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MY faith in LORD JESUS CHRIST
My story with God
I KNOW HE LOVES ME EVEN WHEN I STRAYED AWAY.
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I am 46 years old, unmarried.I am fun loving.I would like to meet more christian people through various sites in different countries to learn more about the faith , culture an d so on.If GOD wills hope to meet my partner also
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A fox who lived in the deep forest of long ago had lost its front legs. No one knew how: perhaps escaping from a trap. A man who lived on the edge of the forest , seeing the fox from time to time, wondered how in the world it managed to get its food. One day when the fox was not far from him he had to hide himself quickly because a tiger was approaching. The tiger had fresh game in its claws. Lying down on the ground, it ate its fill, leaving the rest for the fox.
Again the next day the great Provider of this world sent provisions to the fox by this same tiger. The man began to think: "If this fox is taken care of in this mysterious way, its food sent by some unseen Higher Power, why don't I just rest in a corner and have my daily meal provided for me?"
Because he had a lot of faith, he let the days pass, waiting for food. Nothing happened. He just went on losing weight and strength until he was nearly a skeleton. Close to losing consciousness, he heard a Voice which said: "O you, who have mistaken the way, see now the Truth! You should have followed the example of that tiger instead of imitating the disabled fox."
In what ways do you feel like the disabled fox?
In what ways do you feel like the tiger?
Who is the "Voice" in this story?
Is it okay for the disabled fox to continue living, or would it be better off either dead or never alive in the first place?
Are there any people in your life who are like the disabled fox, but you wish they were more like the tiger?
Heavenly Father, my life is in Your hands. Yesterday, today, and forever, I am safe and secure in You. Lord, please help me to know that You are in control. Help me to believe You are at work in my life right now, even when I don't see it. Help me to trust in what I do not see, when what I see is so painful. Please help me to know You are taking care of my needs.
Lord, thank You for listening to my cries for help. Thank You for loving me so much. Help me to believe You and the promises You have made. Forgive me when I doubt You and Your love. I believe, Lord. Forgive me for my unbelief.
The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged. Deuteronomy 31:8
The world was blessed at Christmas with a miracle of love... a guiding star and angel choir rejoicing from above. They pointed to a tiny babe within a cattle stall- a Saviour bringing peace on earth- the greatest gift of all.
Celebrating the humble birth of our glorious Saviour and wishing you a season full of overflowing joy and peace. Christmas Blessings
For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given...and His name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6 KJV
Jesus never told us to predict a day or hour when He would return, but He did tell us to be aware of the times in which we live and to always be ready for His coming.
What are we to do and how are we to live in the light of all that is taking place around us? Look up! God has a plan and He is working out His plan. The coming of the Lord is drawing near.
Here are four things God wants us to be doing as we await the sound of the trump of God and our gathering together unto Him: - Guard your heart (Matthew 24: 12) - Come together with other believers (Hebrews 10:25) - Make Christ known (Matthew 24:14) - Be full of hope (Titus 2:13)
Opportunity Knocks...Must You Answer? Be very careful, then, how you live…making the most of every opportunity. Ephesians 5:15-16.
December is the month of opportunities—parties to attend, charitable contributions to make, special worship options, chances to reconnect with family and old friends. Too many good things to crowd into too few days! How can you make the most of these choices? Start by settling your mind on the Christ Child. See his simplicity and humility. Then pray for the wisdom to know when to say “yes” and when to gracefully decline an opportunity