Oct 09

Psalm 63:1

David wrote this psalm while in the wilderness. The wilderness was a barren, desolate place where he was deprived of the comforts of home and exposed to bad weather and hostile enemies.

These things were in and of themselves enough to make the wilderness a very troubling and trying experience. David found it to be even more so for another reason. While in the wilderness he was away from the sanctuary of the Lord.

The question is not whether we, as God’s people, will have to go through wilderness experiences, but rather how to face them. It is at this point that David’s psalm offers tremendous help.

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Apr 25

Matthew 26:36-46; Mattew 27:32-37

 

During this walk, we find "Seven Characters" of Jesus that brought deliverance and salvation to humanity. His love for humankind, shown in each moment of His walk through Jerusalem.

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Apr 08

Matthew 28:18-20

18 And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. 19 Go therefore[a] and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,20 teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen.

 

The sense of loneliness can be deceptive when in the midst of a storm.

"Where is the Lord?" and "Why does He seem so far away?" are everyday concerns and outspoken statements. The belief that He, the Lord, is with you at all times is most important in your walk and lifestyle as a Christian.

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Mar 05

Hebrew 7:25-26

Intercessor: a person who intervenes on behalf of another, especially by prayer. The Person of Jesus Christ explained in Hebrews 7:26

Jesus is forever (continuously) praying for you!

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Mar 04

John 5:1-9

The Sheep Gate was a small entrance to the city in the northeast segment of the wall near the temple.  The “Sheep Gate” represents salvation. This pool with its eight colonnades or porches would house so many looking to be healed! We could look at this as looking to be saved from illnesses, diseases such as, crippling, blindness, and paralyzed including being lame. 


“The lost sinner does not need help; he needs healing.”

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Mar 19

Psalm 23:5-6

On the basis of this trust, every moment of David's life will be filled with God’s richest blessings. The greatest blessing will be an intimate fellowship with God through continued worship of Him. 

What was comforting to David was that this was in the presence of his enemies. Despite impending danger, the Lord spread out a table for him, that is, God provided for him.

 

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Mar 09

Text: Psalm 23:4

In the journey that you (we) are on the walk is simply easier when you can see with you eyes the fruit of your journey! However, when sight becomes dark and there is a dimmed and almost bleak vision of your life as you once saw it and rejoiced in it, questions arise and fear dictates.

 

In the valley, faith should reign and prayer should resound the very words when (that) you stated when you first believed. Trials will come at various times and in unwanted places in your (our) life. It is how you walk that speaks loudly how you truly believe and what you have retained in your daily prayer life.

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Mar 09

Psalm 23:1-6

We all are on journey! That journey has great opportunity and awesome moments of grace for your life!    

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Jan 27

Text: 2 Corinthians 5:17 

This scripture expresses deeply in our hearts the realization of  “Change". The Word change can also be defined as "transformation", which one can and should conclude that there is a total difference in a person once they are transformed.

 

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Sep 17

Text: Psalm 22:1-2; Matthew 27:46

The Grace of God is abundant for our lives. Reading and listening to these powerful words in Scripture brings thoughts of abandonment, desertion, and rejection. These words amply describe loneliness, which in turn brings emotion pain and confusion.

Often time loneliness can be situational and not permanent! Also, conditional with duty coupled with a sense of abandonment.

In either case or other circumstances that can cause loneliness, an abrupt shudder races through your soul!  Questions begin to be asked in your bruised heart and the mind becomes sharp and thoughtful.

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