Remind Me, God
When I am feeling lonely and
Perhaps I feel despair,
Let not my ailing heart forget
That You hear every prayer. . .
Remind me that no matter what
I do or fail to do,
There still is hope for as long
As I have Faith in You. . .
Let not my eyes be blinded
By some folly I commit;
But help me to regret my wrong
And make amends for it.
Inspire me to put my fears
Upon a hidden shelf,
And in the future
Try not to feel sorry for myself.
Give me the restful sleep I need
Before another dawn,
And bless me in the morning with
“The Courage To Go On.”
Seek The Blessing
When you rise every day to seek God and
pray or when you keep the night watch
‘neath the stars, Make yourself the Lord’s
servant…ready for His bidding and He will
find you wherever you are.
And when you come before Him to praise &
adore Him -declare yourself as His servant
of grace. Then watch as the angels pull back
the curtains of heaven and God’s light
shines a beam on your face.
When you stand in His presence to quietly
worship and find the mercy that only He fills,
Tap into His glory…till you’re broken and
crying for His presence and His perfect will.
Draw yourself away from the noise of the day
…from the clatter and the world’s constant
demands. Humble yourself and ask God if you
can bless Him with a gift from your heart or
Take a moment to remind yourself this life is
but a vapor and much of it is just chasing the
wind. Re-align yourself and offer God your
agenda so you can go when He calls you again.
When you come into God’s presence, let Him
take you and mold you until your desires and
His come and meet, And the blessing you ask
for & seek with a passion is the one you can
lay at His feet.
© Sheila Gosney
Jesus, the Perfect God-Man
READ | John 20:30-31
A person’s attitude toward Jesus Christ tends to fall into one of three categories. First, some people don’t believe He’s God. They reject, ignore, or diminish His character and lifesaving work, claiming He was simply a “good” person. Second, others may intellectually acknowledge Jesus is God’s Son but have no personal relationship with Him. Third, His true followers believe in their heart that Christ is Savior. As a result of genuine faith, believers become part of His family.
Ephesians 2:1-2 says that before salvation, we’re spiritually dead. During this time, we live according to our sin nature. Those who don’t have a personal relationship with Jesus remain in that state. But when someone places faith in Him, spiritual birth takes place. Then, he’s made alive in Christ and becomes a new creation. The new believer no longer lives according to the “flesh.”
Our position in the Lord affects everything about us, including our attitudes, emotions, conversation, and conduct. The culture’s ungodliness no longer fits our character. As believers, we’re to grow in Christlikeness. We’re to embrace ideas, thought patterns, and activities which are pleasing to God, while rejecting all others.
Jesus willingly took our sins upon Himself. He experienced divine wrath in our place. God accepted His death as full payment for our sins. Ephesians 1:20 says the Lord raised Jesus from the dead to a position of divine glory. His Spirit now lives within us. Understand who Jesus Christ is. Let that knowledge strengthen your commitment to be like Him.
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A man may go to heaven……
without health, without wealth;
without fame, without a great name;
without learning, without earnings;
without culture, without beauty;
without friends and without ten thousand other things—–
But he can NEVER go to Heaven without Christ.
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