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Happy Thanksgiving Week

Happy Thanksgiving May we all remember during the week to be grateful for our blessings.

What is Impossible For You?

There is nothing impossible for us if we believe. The thing is, some of us are not deep believers anymore if ever we were. Which makes it hard to believe we can do anything. But you see, the secret is who we are believing in. If it is us, then that may be our problem. We have to believe in Him. Jesus.  Why? Because He said, "If you can believe." Everything is possible for Jesus. He doesn't beg us to believe Him or in Him. He just said, "If you believe." If you do believe in Him, then all things are possible. In our weakness He is made strong. Our faith could be weak, if we do not use it often. But if we can just step out in faith, even though it is weak, we will find, we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us. (Philippians 4:13) Trust Him, believe in Him.   Prayer: Lord, sometimes our belief is weak and before long our trust seems to sag. Today I ask you to shore up our trust in you and strengthen our belief in your word that All things are possibl

Content or Should I Change?

E. B. Pusey said, "If we wish to gain contentment, we might try such rules as these: 1) Allow thyself to complain of nothing, not even the weather. 2) Never picture thyself to thyself under any circumstances in which thou are not. 3) Never compare thine own lot with that of another. 4) Never allow thyself to dwell on the wish that this or that had been, or were, otherwise than it were or is. God Almighty loves thee better and more wisely than thou doest thyself. 5)Never dwell on the morrow. Remember that it is God's, not thine. The heaviest part of sorrow often is to look forward to it. "The Lord will provide". It does seem we spend a great deal of our time complaining about things and people and wishing they were different. You wonder if anyone is content. If not, why not? I wonder how much of that discontent is pure habit. We have been in that state so long we truly do not no whether we are really content or not, we just like to complain. I am trying to watch what

Who Do You Trust Now?

C. S. Lewis said, "Trusting God must be a foundational decision that is not based on our current circumstances. He is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow (Hebrews 13:8). We must be grounded in the belief He travels with us through our days. In our daily prayer, we should invite Him along, as this is how our trust will grow." All too often when things in our world are causing problems or panic we immediately try to figure out what we should do to fix it, change it, or make it go away. The thing is, the first thing we should do is go to God and talk to Him. C. S. Lewis is right. We have to make a decision to trust God. That has to be our foundation. Only by trusting Him can we see clearly through the circumstances. He wants good for us. I tell God what is going on, and how I feel about it. My concerns and cares over it. Then I remind Him that my trust is in Him and that I am putting my worries and the situation into His hands. Trusting Him to work His perfect will for me in

What Was the Mystery?

  What is the mystery we need to know? What is the mystery of God? Paul the Apostle tells us that the mystery was revealed unto God’s holy apostles and prophets by the Spirit. Now Paul is trying to reveal it to the Ephesians to help them understand the mystery. The mystery of God was Christ. Through Christ, His blood was shed for all. . . Jew and Gentile alike. All the treasures of wisdom and knowledge are hidden in Christ. The people needed to know this so they would not be deceived. God wanted everyone to be made whole and complete in Christ. This mystery is God’s plan for the last days––the promises of - Christ. Through Christ, we will experience life to its fullness; we will be welcomed by God. Christ is that assurance. Christ is the fullness of God. If we have seen Christ, we have seen the Father. If we know Christ, we know the Father. If we are believers of Christ, then we are in Him; we are full in Christ Jesus. This is what Paul wanted to get across to the people. They had the

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