Tuesday, August 9, 2016

When you're tight friends with a worker who delights to do immeasurably more than any people can ask or imagine.. should there really be prolonged times of discouragement in your arena?

Have ya been feelin' down? How come? Dude, keep on tryin’--ain't over 'til it's over. Have ya fallen over?.. let's get over it. God can get you over. He overcame. Get up again and profit from what happened.

It’s no time to quit seeking Him and His will for your life. No time to live discouraged–Christ is there to encourage you. With ya to guide. 

Fight the fight. Be salt, be light.. a reflector of His light.. be not uptight. 

God can affect things positively by his Sovereign purpose and power… even when the electorate here or whacko politician’s and others who are skilled at cheating (on either side really) have made things much tougher with this economy by putting in the wrong leader and dumb policies. 
Need some work today? You’re not alone–sadly many still do. I meet em. Pray and obey–daily. There’s no other way to be really happy n blessed in God’s will. I personally know many people who are still out there looking. So sorry about that! Didn’t have to be that way, but it is so we will make the best of a lame situation again. 

To Him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us. Ephesians 3:20

Have you been running into some opposition or employment impediments?
Press on with biblical faith and Christ’s joy from fellowshipping. Live a life of praise and thanksgiving in His Spirit. By God’s mighty power working in us, He is able to do far more than we may dare to ask or even dream of.

Never measure God’s unlimited supernatural power by your limited expectations, or crazy circumstances. He’s bigger than all of it. 

“We do not lose heart”… cuz we have some help with our hearts. Paul wanted the Corinthian church to see and continue to experience the grace of God at work in his life, which could cause “thanksgiving to abound to the glory of God” (2 Cor. 4:15). 

His testing and trials were so severe that he was “hard pressed on every side,” “perplexed,” “persecuted,” and“struck down” (vv.8-9). Yet what did he do? He encouraged the people not to lose heart in troubles (v.16) but to fully trust God. During our difficulties, we can be drawn nearer to God and on-fire saints in an healthy local church.

Dear Father, Please help my friends find the right work and get through the trials that they may be facing today. Help us to know You and do your will today. Help em.. aid us in seeing and embracing all that You have given us in Your Son, Jesus Christ to get the calling done—forgiveness, hope, encouragement, and Resurrection Power to live a new life. The task is big, but You are bigger still. You basically told us to, Go tell with love.. Go preach the Gospel by life, by attitude and by good deeds. Send an awakening here as the world is watching us. Thanks for the grace, wisdom and anointing to live this life consistently for your glory. Amen.  
Hey Tiger. Hey Sport, You might feel weak or even be weak. Not a prob for God. What does He say?

My strength is made perfect in weakness. —2 Corinthians 12:9

So I say.. study and keep on studying (the truth of the Bible), knock and keep on knocking (where the Shepherd leads, He feeds. Where He guides, He provides), seek and keep on seeking (He still loves you and does have a specific plan for your life), ask and keep on asking (earnest, fervent praying sure beats merely sayin' your prayers). Remember God is on the throne and His throne is called a throne of grace. It's about free not earned grace, so let your requests be known today with thanksgiving! Don't be a stranger to Him.. not even one more day

“The brick walls aren’t (always) there to keep us out, the brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something.” ~ R. Pausch see9|24one.corinthians.in.bible



Has the ride of your life been real bumpy and rough? Jesus told his disciples…

“Let us go over to the other side.” Mark 4:35  

“God uses testing in our lives to rid us of impurity and teach us that our strength’s in Him and not in self-sufficiency.” —Sper

The Apostle Paul knew well–knew intimately and intensely the power of God to do things that could not be imagined. He prayed in God’s presence–in Jesus’ Name. His own conversion from persecutor of the church to persecutee–as a follower of Christ was a perfect example of the power of God (see Acts 9). 
In his letter to the young pastor Timothy (the pastor of the church in Ephesus), Paul refers to the power of God in the improbability of his conversion. It is only by the power and grace of God that “a blasphemer and a persecutor and a violent man” (1 Tim. 1:13) could be transformed into a man who, when in prison and facing capital punishment could say “to live is Christ and to die is gain” (Phil. 1:21).  facebook.com/shareJesus
Wanna come to know God personally? Good! The Bible reminds us, “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up” (Galatians 6:9 niv). One day it's done for ya, life will come to an end. Make your reservations in advance for what follows. If you have put your faith in Jesus Christ, you will go to heaven. Plain and simple. If you have not put your faith in Jesus Christ, you won’t. You determine here where you are going to spend eternity. You decide whether you will go to heaven or a real place called hell. Come on, let's be frank--we don't have time for more PC-talk. By repenting of sin (turning away from it to Jesus, you know we've all blown it..) and trusting the Lord--by accepting Christ via biblical faith, you know you will go to heaven. Remember, Heaven is not for good and religious people; it is simply a place for forgiven people. Christ told us only one is good.
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