I Am Under The Weather

Hello faithful readers. I injured my back a few days ago and I am more or less disabled. I am on the road to recovery but it is a very slow process. I would appreciate any prayers you might have for me during your worship or prayer time. Thank you. Blessings to all.

I will post again when and if I have enough energy. Thanks.

The Day You’ve Been Waiting For

Friday is here which means the weekend is just around the corner. As you relax this weekend take time to thank God for all you have, where you live and the many blessings He’s bestowed upon you. God is a God of love, mercy, grace and understanding. Take Him at His word and receive Jesus as your savior. You’ll be glad you did.

Is The Lord Your Rock, Your Fortress, Your Deliverer? Read About His Protection Plan Here.

The LORD is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer. My God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. I will call upon the LORD, who is worthy to be praised; so shall I be saved from my enemies.—Psalm 18:2

Who do you turn to for protection in your time of need? Most would answer they turn to the police, medical professionals or other service providers. Who do you turn to when you need protection from the enemy, Satan?

Our Lord has provided us the most powerful weapon in the world to help us in our time of need. His Word can release stress from your life and protect you in the shadow of His wings. God has given us His word to help us in our daily lives. Why not take advantage of this great opportunity to open your bible today and read what God has to say to you.

David, the great king of Israel, found protection and peace in the Lord, and in His word. There is no detail about daily living that is left out of God’s Word. Your life’s direction, protection and peace lay within it’s powerful pages.

May God Add His Blessings To Your Day

I pray that God will add His blessings to your day. If you’ve not accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior then may I encourage you to do so. If you have questions about “being saved”, may I recommend you talk to a pastor or reach out to a friend that you know who follows the Lord. The decision you reach today will have eternal consequences. I pray you will make the right choice.

It’s Sunday And I’m Going To The Friendliest Place I Know

To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul; in you I trust, O my God. Do not let me be put to shame, nor let my enemies triumph over me. No one whose hope is in you will ever be put to shame, but they will be put to shame who are treacherous without excuse—Psalm 25:1-3

If you’ve had a rough week and need to see a friendly face, then this is the place to go. Christians see old friends and worship the Lord. Non-Christians are seeking something that they saw you exhibit during the week. You showed love and kindness to them while others around them were self-seeking and worldly in their interests. God’s love for us and those searching for answers will be blessed when you enter the doors of God’s house.

Do You Live A Life That Is Devoted To Christ?

2You will be hated by everyone on account of My name, but the one who perseveres to the end will be saved.—Matt 10:22

Standing firm is not a way to be saved but it is the evidence that a person is really committed and devoted to Jesus. Endurance is not a means to earn salvation either; it is a by-product of a truly devoted life for Christ. Endurance grows out of commitment to Jesus Christ. In Matthew 10:22, Jesus predicted that his followers would be severely persecuted by those who hated what he stood for. In the midst of terrible persecutions, however, they could have hope, knowing that salvation was theirs. Times of trial serve to weed out true Christians from false or fair-weather Christians.

When you are pressured to give up and turn your back on Christ, don’t do it. Remember, the benefits of standing firm and continuing to live for Christ far outweigh anything the enemy has to offer.

Remember to praise God from whom all blessings flow.

Thankfulness—Remembering All of God’s Benefits

Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body; and be thankful—Colossians 3:15

We don’t have to face our worries alone. We have a faithful partner in the Holy Spirit, who lives within us to guide us, direct us, and show us the way to having faith that overcomes our worry. Letting Him lead is key to leaving our worries behind.

Thankfulness is also the result of remembering all God’s benefits instead of dwelling on the circumstances that tend to rob us of peace. Counting our blessings in this way insures the rule of Christ’s peace in our life.

Therefore, we don’t have to let our concerns and worries bury us in a sea of unrest. Christ’s peace, which is available no matter what we are facing, can strengthen our confidence and trust in Him.