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9:15 AM   [12 Oct 2013 | Saturday]

Trials of Life

 Every person who believes that Jesus is, in fact, the Messiah, is God-begotten. If we love the One who conceives the child, we’ll surely love the child who was conceived. The reality test on whether or not we love God’s children is this: Do we love God? Do we keep his commands? The proof that we love God comes when we keep his commandments and they are not at all troublesome. 1 John 5: 1-3 (MSG)

The old saying is true. Action speaks louder than words. The story was brought to my attention recently of someone who was going through a storm. They were to embarrass to call so they poured out their heart via email a certain person. I was told their emails had always been answered in the past but this particular time it was not even acknowledged. The person going through the storm said they were even more embarrass than when they first reached out to the person. I was told the person they reached out to mantra is "believers should be intentional towards one another."  That is a true statement we should always be intentional towards one another. Also, believers should never be guilty of talking the talk but not walking the walk. If convicted of something, it should be of doing good towards others, especially those in the household of faith who are in need. Sometimes a need is just an acknowledgement of what someone is going through. Can I get an amen!!!

If your are guilty, maybe your should say "Oh my".  In James 4:17 we are told anyone who knows the good he ought to do and does not do it, is sinning. Beloved of God, lets truly be intentional towards one another. Lets stop making excuses. You know the ones, for example "I don't want to get in the Lord's way, because The Lord may be trying to teach them to learn to trust in Him." Starting today may we stop using "holy excuses" to prevent us from serving and walking along side our brothers and sisters in Christ. Sometimes people need Jesus with skin on!!!

 
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