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Monday, February 16, 2009

God will reveal

Do you ever feel your opinions, your thoughts, even your questions are worthless? Nobody wants to know, they've got it right, so what possibly could you add?

All sin is great in the eyes of God. Lying is not less a sin than murder to God, although it certainly is in the eyes of mankind.

I feel so good when I'm in His word, reading, studying, meditating on what it says, how it pertains to me. God has said He will be near me always when I abide with Him.

Mankind does not have your best interests at heart, only God does. Mankind can draw you downward. Satan can protrude its ugly head in the midst of best intentions. No matter how mature a Christian - a Christ-like follower you think you are or profess to be, Satan can still sneak in.

None of us have known Jesus. We learn more about Him within our hearts, deep within our souls, and our minds, but seeing Him face to face won't happen until our death.

Jesus is our best teacher, our best friend, our confidante. Others teach too and befriend us. Beware. Not everything that is taught is pure, is true. Not every friendship forged is pure and true.

Seek out the answers to the questions that pound within you, questions that make you doubt where you are, what you are.

If you have indeed become a child of the King, if you have accepted Jesus as your master and Lord, if you believe wholeheartedly that Jesus is the son of God and that He went to the cross to die for your sins and mine, every single human being past, present and future, and that He was buried and after three days, He rose again, if you believe this and accept this, you know He is the one you have sought. He is the answer to all your questions.

If you are searching the Holy Scriptures, when you are abiding, walking totally, completely with the Lord, God will reveal Himself to you. He will give you all you need, when you need it, when He determines you will need it. We are not alike. Some of us are babes in Christ, some are quite mature. A lot are in between.

"Every branch in Me (Jesus) that does not bear fruit He takes away; and every branch that bears fruit He prunes, that it may bear more fruit." (John 15: 2)

The journey continues. No matter how mature you think you are, you don't know all until we meet Him face to face.

"For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am know." (I Corinthians 13: 12)

I ask dear Lord to know the road to travel, to follow your path for me, to be able to discern your truths for me, to obey you fully. Wherever I am to go, whoever I am to meet, whatever I am to do, guide me along the way. Help me to know the words to speak, to write. Help me to know without any doubt your will for my life and how I might inspire others to follow you, to commune with you, to be one with you. Help me too Lord to not be like those who do things for you, so they say, only to be seen by others. Help me to worship and praise you, be respectful of you always, for you only. Not for others. Show me Lord the desires you have for me and how to accomplish them. I thank you. Amen.

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