Post by chaplainksw on Nov 17, 2015 22:10:39 GMT
Some things in life are seen too big to handle.
Our hearts go out to Damon and Cindy during this difficult time. May the Lord God be your strength and comfort. In Jesus name, Amen
Spent time with two families last week that had to said good bye to love ones too soon, one young and one old, but the hurt is still the same. When hearts break, tears fall like rain.
“Jesus wept” is the shortest verse in the bible. His heart was broken, not at the death of Lazarus, for Christ would soon raise him, but he was moved with compassion for his families heart brokenness.
Our tears don’t go unnoticed by God for the scripture tell us “He keeps them in a bottle”. Everything has a time and a purpose, especially when it involves pain!
Find strength in knowing that for the believer that God will make everything new.
Revelations 21: 4and He will wipe away every tear from their eyes; and there will no longer be any death; there will no longer be any mourning, or crying, or pain; the first things have passed away."
Please remember the family of Ron Evans (owner and tuner of the Excalibur Nitro Nostalgia F/C) whom I had the honor of speaking for at his Memorial service last Saturday.
And for the tragic terrorist killings around the world, a prayer for peace and healing.
As Goliath rained terror over Israel, he spoke great blasphemes against their God and it seemed no man could defeat him. David, but a boy, had the faith of a warrior; faith in his God to protect him against such evil. The government dressed him in their armor, but to no use, for it was too heavy and useless against the giant. So he went to the brook, prayed and selected the stones to defeat Goliath.
Moral of the story…When faced with a giant, we are not called to fight on their terms with limited worldly methods...especially when it comes to threats to our faith and beliefs!
Keep your faith strong, chin up, chest out and especially your prayer on!
May you know the love of God this Thanksgiving season.