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6/23/2015

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God Has A Plan For Each of Us

Psalm 25:4-5 "Shew me thy ways, 0 Lord: teach me thy paths. Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day."

God promises to be with us every step of the way.

Have you ever thought, "I'm really just a "nobody" and what can I do for God?" Moses felt that way. Moses tells God in Exodus 3:11 "Who am I, that I should go unto Pharaoh, and that I should bring forth the children of Israel out of Egypt?" And in Exodus 4:10, And Moses said unto the LORD, "0 my Lord, I am not eloquent, neither heretofore, nor since thou hast spoken unto thy servant: but I am slow of speech, and of a slow tongue." Moses begged God to send another, but the Lord became angry and told Moses that his brother Aaron could help and speak the words that should be said. Then God said this to Moses, "And thou shalt speak unto him (Aaron) and put words in his mouth: and I will be with thy mouth, and with his mouth, and will teach you what ye shall do."

God had a very special plan that needed to be accomplished. God chose someone to complete the task who was not famous or popular. I don't believe Moses went around thinking, "I want everyone to notice me. I must do something great!" He had a humble heart and a desire to serve yet felt he wasn't worthy. God said something very important to Moses, "I will teach you what ye shall do." God is still looking today for someone who is not proud, but someone who desires to serve with humility. God has a specific plan for those who are willing to step forward and say they will do what God wants them to - even though they feel the task is too hard. God promises to be with us every step of the way.






Truth In Real Life

Amy Carmichael

“You can give without loving. But you cannot love without giving.”

One of the most famous missionary stories ever told is that of Amy Carmichael’s “unanswered answer” to prayer. As a little girl, Amy wanted blue eyes more than anything in the world! Her mother had always taught her that God answers prayer; so every night before bedtime, Amy would ask God to change her eye color from brown to blue. Every morning, she would jump out of bed, run to the mirror, and check to see whether God had answered her prayer. Every morning, though, her eyes were still brown. Was God really powerful enough to change Amy’s eyes?

As a child, Amy Carmichael had no idea what God was planning to do with her life. When an evangelist pointed out her need to give her whole life to Christ, Amy did. Serving God soon became her greatest enjoyment, and as she grew spiritually, her priorities began to change over time. When she was sixteen years old, Amy went shopping for a dress with her mother. They found the most beautiful blue dress in the store, but Amy turned it down, telling her mother that clothes were no longer the most important thing in her life. God was most important to her.

As she grew older, Amy’s desire to go to the mission field was so real to her that it felt like it physically hurt whenever she thought about it.

Eventually, she moved to the country of India. There, she would finally learn one reason God had sovereignly appointed her brown eyes. As she tried to help young girls escape from temple slavery, the kind of work she did required her to appear to others like an Indian woman. If she had been born with blue eyes, there would be no way anyone would believe she was really from India. The women of India had brown eyes!

Of course God would have been powerful enough to change her brown eyes to blue, but happily, He was also wise enough to leave them brown. On January 18, 1951, Amy went Home to be with her Savior, Jesus Christ, Who had taken such good care of her life from the very beginning.

When God says “no” or “wait” in answer to your prayers, do you trust Him or argue with Him? Are you content with how He’s made you and where He’s put you? Do you really believe that He has His greatest glory and your greatest good in mind when He brings things you can’t control into your life?

Psalm 139:14 – I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; marvelous are Your works, and that my soul knows very well.


Description of God

Who Art, and Wast, and Shalt Be
Revelation 16:5 "And I heard the angel of the waters say, Thou art righteous, O Lord, which art, and wast, and shalt be, because thou hast judged thus."

 

Question & Answer

QIs Jesus Christ God?

AYes, Jesus Christ is the One and only uncreated, eternal, loving God. John 8:58 -- Jesus said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Before Abraham was, I am.

 

BIG Christian Word

Sanctification - (sank-ta-fa-kay-shun)

Sanctification is a term used to show a continual growth to become more and more like Christ. Once we are "born again" we begin a process of growth that continues until the day we are face to face with Christ. (John 17:17) "Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth."