I have a dear friend who lives in Georgia who I call Miss Teamie. Miss Teamie is 94 years old and she’s not doing very well at all. Her family has been advised by the doctor to put her on hospice. Miss Teamie most definitely knows the Lord and she knows she’s heaven bound. Miss Teamie always showed kindness to me as I worked for her husband in the tobacco patch. The Lord always used this dear lady to encourage me!
Please pray for her and her family. I know they’d appreciate it. Here, there, or in the air!
Fear, we all know what that is. We hear a sound in the night and fear surges through our bodies. We have a house payment nearing and we don’t have the money to pay it and fear makes itself known. Many folks have a fear of the future and of death!
The Lord says, “Fear though not for I am with thee.”
Once upon a time there was a lady who was speaking with great assurance about her salvation. A friend said, “You act as if you are safe and secure on a rock.” She said, “I am. Sometimes I do tremble on the Rock, but the Rock never trembles under me.”
That Rock Is Jesus My Friends!
John 14:2-3, My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am.
I’ve seen many beautiful homes while living on God’s green earth but none of them can compare to what God has in store for us my friends.
One room in our Father’s house will put the finest mansion on earth to shame!
It’s gonna be a perfect room made just for you in mind, prepared by the finest carpenter of all time, Jesus Christ!
I can’t even come close to wrapping my mind around it all.
We are blessed my friends. I’ll cya here, there, or in the air!
It’s January 19th and I want to ask you a personal question Christians.
Did you get up early enough this morning to spend time with the one who gives you life and the one who can take it?
Jesus said in John 6:35….”I am the bread of life.”
He is saying that He is something necessary. We eat bread and different kinds of food to keep us going. Food is a necessity, and so is Jesus.
He is that food that keeps us going in times of trouble and doubt.
For those of us who know Him we have tasted of His goodness many times before, and we realize He’s the provider of life and all things.
Oh, taste and see that the LORD is good! Blessed is the man who takes refuge in him! Psalms 34:8
Though the fig tree does not bud, and there are no grapes on the vines,
though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior.
Nothing was going right for this individual. There were no buds on the fig tree which meant there wasn’t gonna be any figs. No grapes to eat or make wine. The olive crops had failed and there were no sheep or cattle in the stalls. But this man person chose to rejoice in the Lord anyway.
Shoot folks, I moan an groan if there’s no apple juice in the fridge at times and all I’ve gotta do is get in my air conditioned car and drive a half mile and buy some at K Rogers!
God really spoke to me this morning through these two verse. To tell you the truth I’m ashamed of myself!
Be blessed my friends and remember. God promises to meet your needs and He will!