Thursday, November 14, 2013
Yo bro, or sorry..is it Joe or Mo? It's time to go.
We be strangers here. Yep, sojourn-travelers if ya will, those who cruise on through even if we have no Harley, and we reside here temporarily. Uh-huh, your home, it ain't really your permanent home. Don't spurn, we have some temporal stuff that'll one day burn.
Remember how the Psalmist voiced, "Nevertheless I am continually with You; You hold me by my right hand. You will guide me with Your counsel, and afterward receive me to glory" (Ps. 73:23-24). Well, others might feel constantly lonely, but we are shown in Him we're never ever alone. We need never to feel like that. We can pour out our hearts daily to God and we can freely worship Him.
"My times are in my Father's hand; how could I wish or ask for more? For He who has my pathway planned will guide me till my journey's o'er." —Fraser
Christ hears each and every prayer we pray, and says it'll be okay. Just obey. He meets A-L-L our needs...not those greeds. So we can plant seeds. How uber-cool is that! Therefore, since we are forgiven n blessed, we have gobsa surplus of love left over.. it's for others who are outside, or those in the press n have no rest, who need help outta that mess.
Don't isolate, no no, infiltrate. Instead of bleed on and on, go intercede.
God is walking next to us. He lifts us up and He told us to, "Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations..teach them..and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age" (Matt. 28:20 nkjv).
Think 'bout it..deeply. Know any peeps today who feel kinda troubled, or harassed, or hurtin', or burdened ..as they travel down life's weary road? Who comes to mind? Perhaps you too have experienced such n such, or opposition, or pain, or misunderstanding, or big reversals, or a weird situation, or maybe you feel similar to that other junk I mentioned before, believer? Have you prayed about it more than you've talked about it?
Why remain weary in well-doin' when the Spirit can make you cheery in it, all bright, light, edified and pleasant in it? Don't get snowed at your abode or even while you're hittin' the road. Simply trust, lettin' Christ lift the heavy load.
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