Remember: After leaving Egypt, God only intended the Israelites to live in the wilderness for eleven days. Instead, they alone chose to live in the wilderness 40 years.
How about you, brethren? Are you currently living in the wilderness? If yes, for how long? Are you convinced that it is biw time to truly (and faithfully) enter God’s rest?
For Christ strongly desires to claim you as His inheritance; to live in you and communicate His love through you to a needy, lost world. With an open heart, read very prayerfully the words of Jesus in Matthew 11:28-30 – “Come unto Me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden…
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Were You Thinking of Me?
As I sit around the fire
Warming and weaving
Stories and memories with my friends,
My thoughts drift to you
And I wonder . . .
As you sat about the fire
With the twelve
Yet knew what was coming,
Were you thinking of me?
By Martha L Shaw 2-14-2016
This is not my blog home, its on blogger dot com. I do like to reblog other writers blogs to here, cause they are good and important to read what other people have to say. My blog is entitled, It is Your Turn…
Richard T. Hicks
“Go and sin no more.” Did Jesus really say that to the woman standing before him? Did he expect that she was able to live such a life? Remember, she was just brought to Jesus by a group of angry men who had already passed judgment. She was guilty’ they caught her in the act.
As we read this passage this morning, where do we find ourselves in the story? It goes without saying that all people are sinners and have fallen short of God’s glory. We know how to choose right from wrong, yet all too often we join the mob by pointing out the sins of others, lest we admit our own disobedience. We must acknowledge our sin for it is the only thing we truly own. As the woman is dragged before Jesus, the court of public opinion has already decided her fate. Little did…
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