How are you? Hope you had or are having a good day, today?
The title of this writing is actually a title of Pastor John Fenn’s audio teaching in The Church Without Walls International website. I’ve heard him talk about the sin of presumption:
When are we to do what we know to do in the natural, and when should we ‘stand in faith’ for something? The sin of presumption is assuming something is God’s responsibility when in fact, it is our responsibility.
I really like his teachings, as they are down to earth. I’ve seen and heard of some Christians who are off balance in their daily life, doing nothing, but saying God will provide and they heard His voice. Pastor John shared some examples of those who had debts in a credit card company, but didn’t want to talk to them nor get rid of their credit cards. And a lady who didn’t have money for her gas filled water in the gas tank, believing the Lord would turn the water into gas and ended up ruining her car and spending more money to fix it. And he also shared his own example in the weekly thoughts series, Lesson I just Learned. He had a vertigo and he saw Jesus come to a gathering, but He didn’t heal him, saying “You did it to yourself.” And he got to understand that he ignored the inner voice that the Lord spoke to him, to take a rest and he also didn’t listen to his wife, while He used her to convince him to take one day off during the week.
And I would like to share more from the weekly thoughts, Lesson I just Learned #1, #3, and #5 that Pastor John wrote in 2018.
There is a time to command the body, and a time to listen to the body
Some Christians become so enveloped in a particular stream of teaching they think they can command, proclaim, speak their world into existence while ignoring common sense and due diligence. That is presumption: The act of thinking something is God’s responsibility when in fact it is our responsibility.
I once had a man who worked for me come to my office early one afternoon asking for prayer. He said he got headaches daily in the early afternoons and he had prayed for himself, had hands laid on him for prayer, commanded, proclaimed, bound and cast out the devil and all the ‘usual suspects’, but was no better.
I guess I was the last resort I thought to myself after he told me everyone who had prayed for him and all he had done to be healed. So we sat down and I did what I prefer to do when about to pray for someone, which is to sit in silence and see what the Father would say or reveal. Instantly I heard the Father say, “He is dehydrated. Tell him to drink water and cut back on the coffee, which I’ve been dealing with him about.”
He was shocked, absolutely shocked at how ‘unspiritual’ that word was. He was a bit like Naaman the leper of II Kings 5 who balked at the command to wash 7x in the river Jordan to be healed, but eventually humbled himself to do so. My friend was expecting a great, loud, commanding prayer from the Seer to rid him of his headache. “Just drink water? Really? Is that all there is?”
The next day he checked in again; never a headache since that day. A year later we saw each other and he was still amazed that something so simple had cured him.
And that’s the difficult thing for Christians
There is a sub-culture of error among many Christians in which they believe that God will make up the differences for their ignorance or disobedience in the natural, or the ignoring of common sense in life and/or business. That is incorrect. Before I return to healing I can explain the principle by using other examples.
He isn’t your silent partner making up for you not doing what is right; Meaning you still have to do what is right and proper with due diligence because He won’t excuse laziness or dishonesty or failing to do what you know to do in the natural. Natural things are here on the earth and therefore our responsibility. IF after we do what is right and proper, moral and just in the natural, THEN God enters because that flow of righteousness allows Him to flow to us.
Examples of doing right in Jesus’ life
Look at Jesus when He fed 5,000 and at another time 4,000 men, plus women and children. What did He do that was right in the natural? He first organized them according to Mark 6:40 into groups of 50’s and 100’s. That means those maybe 20,000 people were first made to sit down in about 200-400 groups of 50 and 100 each. Walk it through your mind – think it through – imagine the disciples being made by Jesus to take the time to organize that many people FIRST, before the miracle came. But they did, THEN the miracle came.
He didn’t just pour out blessing so it would be all unorganized – was the world created so that you see nothing but disorder in nature? Of course not. So why do people think they can ignore doing right in the natural and God will bless? Error. It applies to life, to body, to health, to business, to money, to relationships – everything.
We also know the infrastructure Jesus set up before the miracle went from before He started by organizing the groups, until after He finished because they counted up the baskets of left overs – 5 in one case and 7 in the other. (Matthew 16:8-10)
God promises not to give us more than we can handle – I Corinthians 10:13. That means not only will He limit the attacks of the enemy and make a way of escape, but it also applies to blessings. He won’t give you more than you can handle. So if you aren’t handling your money righteously now, He cannot bless you with more. The Father could multiply food for Jesus’ life that blessed others because (in part) Jesus could organize the people to handle that huge of a blessing – the Father would not give His Son more than He could handle, and aren’t we glad Jesus could handle it!
The same applies to our subject of health – are you handling the food you have properly? Why would He bless you with more activity, more business, more things to do if physically we aren’t handling what we now have? More later…but first to drive the point home some more…
That is why Paul…
…repeatedly lists the qualifications of leaders as morally upright, stable in life, stable in family. They have the infrastructure in place for God to bless them in the natural. He is in the spiritual, we live in the natural. God is righteous and honest and He can only flow through that – so if our lives are not matching His integrity, then we tie His hands.
This series has been one in which I’ve shared my own experience and conversation with the Father concerning why I had vertigo. His solution wasn’t a dramatic divine touch, rather He directed me back to better stewardship of my time and energy. His solution was seen with the very mundane and practical steps of taking a full day off each week, but it was a divine touch.
The supernatural is often hidden within the practical. That makes it seemingly simple, mundane, even boring. We don’t want to be like Naaman whose pride at being told to wash in the muddy Jordan river 7x would heal him of his leprosy caused him to turn away – the miracle didn’t come in the form he expected so he rejected God’s solution. Don’t be like that.
Very often it is the simple act of taking responsibility for our lives that is the supernatural act God requires. It isn’t glorious nor doest it come with goosebumps and chills. As with Jesus making people sit down in organized groups, the Father flows through practical things we do to facilitate Him moving in our midst.
Does it speak to you? I really like his practical teachings and they are true. Looking back the incident I had related to my health in this February, I’m simply grateful to the Father. Similar to the story of the man whom the Lord dealt with about coffee, He dealt with me by giving me a severe dizziness and nausea. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have had a blood test. It made me have the test and I found out my cholesterol and liver index was bad, in addition to anemia, and I changed my diet. Reducing the carb, cutting off the unhealthy foods and coffee and doing exercise were the things I had to do in the natural. My sister is still impressed by my cutting off coffee, except on a special occasion, after I enjoyed it for the last decades. But I chose to drink more water than coffee, as it dehydrates me and it’s not good for anemia. In the latest blood test, my doctor said I have no anemia and my liver index is normal. I still have high cholesterol, when I get off medication. So, for now, I take medicine, while being on a healthy diet and working out. I will do my part in the natural, while I also hope for His divine healing on cholesterol.
Friend, it’s my prayer that we do our part in our health, work, finance, relationships – everything in the natural and then leave the rest to the Lord.
Have a bliss!
No temptation has overtaken you except such as is common to man; but God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will also make the way of escape, that you may be able to bear it. (1 Corinthians 10:13)
How are you? Hope you had or are having a good day, today?
Do you know what gift you have from the Lord? Ephesians 4:7 says
“But to each one of us grace was given according to the measure of Christ’s gift.”
And it went on to say in verses 11 and 12,
“And He Himself gave some to be apostles, some prophets, some evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ, till we all come to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a perfect man, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ;”
My hairdresser is certainly gifted in evangelism. She takes some time during the week, in order to share gospels with children in the playground near her salon and leads a few to the Lord each time. And she also shares the gospels with unbelieving customers. One day, one of her Christian customers in her 60’s said to her, “Can you please help share the gospel with a friend of mine? She is in her 80’s. I tried to lead her to the Lord, by helping her and sharing His love. I visited her to her home often and gave her foods. Sometimes, I gave her massages. But, it’s so hard for me to open my mouth to share the gospel.” And the hairdresser willingly accepted her offer and visited the elderly lady together with her. She shared the gospel with the elderly lady, saying to her, “I’m not asking you to come to my church. It’s not about coming to church.” And she also encouraged her to live joyfully and brightly in the Lord, talking about her literally dark rooms in her house with all the curtains closed. Much later, when the Christian customer came to the beauty salon, my hairdresser heard a wonderful report from her. The elderly lady accepted the Lord and began to go to church. And she was changed. She lives in a rich neighborhood, but she has been so stingy, never sharing any small stuffs like snacks or drinks with her friends. Now, she became a giver, starting to share foods with her friends. And this time, my hairdresser got to know more about the elderly lady from the Christian customer. She had a tragedy long ago that her youngest son committed a suicide in her house, hanging himself. It left her a trauma and she has lived literally in darkness, with all the curtains in her house closed, since then. But, the resurrection power of our Lord changed her and her house, and she was indeed born again. I was in awe, listening to the amazing testimony.
In my monthly zoom meeting with 6 members including my pastor in Singapore, there is an American brother who used to be a missionary in Mexico and now lives back home. In sharing updates, many times, he shared a wonderful testimony to lead people to the Lord, including his co-workers, neighbors and so forth. I thought he is gifted in evangelism and that’s why he was a missionary. Then, in one meeting, my pastor in Singapore talked about the five fold ministries in the book of Ephesians. Interestingly, he said 6 members in our meeting have different gifts and our group has the five fold ministry: the American brother as an evangelist, a pastor as an apostle, another pastor as a prophet and he himself and his wife as teachers. Then, he said to me, “Yunee, you have a compassionate heart and you’re gifted as a pastor (shepherd). You know that, right?” I smiled at him and in my heart, I was in awe, as our Father many times used my pastor to give me confirmation. I shared in some of my blogs that the Lord said to me, “Feed My Sheep!” After that, when I asked Him to give me confirmation, He unexpectedly said to me, “Do you love Me?” And immediately, I knew it was the question that Jesus asked Peter, later saying, “Feed My Sheep!” Now again unexpectedly, He said to me through my pastor that I’m called to be a shepherd to feed His sheep. And it gave me comfort, too. Whenever I heard wonderful testimonies from my hairdresser and others on leading people to the Lord, I thought to myself that my calling is more for edifying His children rather than evangelizing unbelievers. Just like we are different parts of the Body, our function is different. And many times when I simply shared my testimonies including what the Lord said to me in my heart and so on with the hairdresser and other believers, they would say to me, “I’m so encouraged.” “I’m so stirred up.” “Your story made me repent, too.” And I was grateful for that.
Recently, I took The Old Testament Survey I, the online classes on the Church Without Walls International website and in one of the classes, Pastor John Fenn shared his own testimony. Long ago in a campus, he was supposed to lead a meeting for evangelism. But, he didn’t feel any anointing and he was so discouraged. Then, the Lord said to him (I paraphrase), “You’re called for My Body, not for evangelism.” And he shared the comfort in knowing His calling. In another teaching (I think it was on the book of Exodus), he said that people tend to think the Spiritual gifts as speaking in tongues, prophesying, word of wisdom, word of knowledge, healing, miracles and so on. But, the gifts like sewing, handyworks and so on are the same gifts from the Lord. Some are good at numbers and others are good at fixing things. I totally agree with that. Joseph has an administrative gift. And you might have the same gift as his. Or you might glorify Him and comfort others by playing the musical instruments.
Since I wrote the draft of this blog earlier this week, interestingly enough, I got to read some other Scriptures about the gift:
For I say, through the grace given to me, to everyone who is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think, but to think soberly, as God has dealt to each one a measure of faith. For as we have many members in one body, but all the members do not have the same function, so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another. Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, let us prophesy in proportion to our faith; or ministry, let us use it in our ministering; he who teaches, in teaching; he who exhorts, in exhortation; he who gives, with liberality; he who leads, with diligence; he who shows mercy, with cheerfulness. (Romans 12:3~8)
And Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians 7:7 about principle of marriage:
For I wish that all men were even as I myself. But each one has his own gift from God, one in this manner and another in that.
I found it very interesting that he says being married or single is one's own gift from God. So, I searched more on this in EnduringWord, the commentary by Pastor David Guzik:
i. Significantly, Paul regards both marriage and singleness as gifts from God. Many find themselves in the “grass is greener” trap, with single people wishing they were married and married people wishing they were single. Each state is a gift from God.
ii. To be single or married is a special gifting from God. When Paul writes his own gift, he uses the same word for spiritual gifts in 1 Corinthians 12. Each state, married or single, needs special gifting from God to work.
Friend, you and I have at least one gift, charisma, being married or single. :) Our Father gave each one of us the Spiritual gifts for His purpose. We don’t have to get discouraged by not having the gifts that someone else has. Each one of us has a different calling. With your administrative gifts, or gifts on numbers, music or handcrafts, you might have been called to your current job. And if He also called you as evangelists, you’ve been leading or will lead your co-workers, customers, neighbors and so forth to the Lord, just like my hairdresser. You might feel you’re in your element, whenever you teach, or whenever you write or talk in small groups. It’s my prayer that we glorify our Father and edify His Body, no matter what gifts are given to us.
Have a bliss!
And Moses said to the children of Israel, “See, the Lord has called by name Bezalel the son of Uri, the son of Hur, of the tribe of Judah; and He has filled him with the Spirit of God, in wisdom and understanding, in knowledge and all manner of workmanship, to design artistic works, to work in gold and silver and bronze, in cutting jewels for setting, in carving wood, and to work in all manner of artistic workmanship.
How are you? I’m well.
On July 25th, I had a monthly zoom meeting with my pastor in Singapore and others. My pastor encouraged us to memorize the Scriptures, saying memorizing the Scriptures is actually meditating on them. I tried to memorize the Scriptures many times, but wasn’t really successful. But after the meeting at that night, I decided to practice it again. In July 27th, Wednesday morning, while still lingering on my bed, the Scriptures, Ephesians 2:4~7 came into my mind, especially, the verse 7, “that in the ages to come He might show the exceeding riches of His grace in His kindness toward us in Christ Jesus.” So, I thought I would memorize these verses from Ephesians 2, after I memorized some verses in Psalms 103 the other day.
“4 But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, 5 even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved), 6 and raised us up together, and made us sit together in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus, 7 that in the ages to come He might show the exceeding riches of His grace in His kindness toward us in Christ Jesus. (Ephesians 2:4~7)”
It took quite long to memorize the verses and I still have to repeat them. Then, at that night, I watched a brand-new post in Superhouse Church channel in YouTube. Pastor John Fenn uploads a post on every Wednesday in the US time so it comes out usually in my evening time. The post title was “Lessons Learned by Visitations from God Part 2” and I watched it on my bed before going to sleep. At the end of the post, Pastor John shared one of Jesus’ visitations. To my amazement, he said what Jesus said to him, “You know? People get saved for Ephesians 2:6, but the Father and I saved you for verse 7.” And he went on to say that we only focus on ourselves and on the world, but the Father and Jesus are looking into the ages to come. I thought to myself, amazed, “Could it be that Christ in me kept speaking to me today about His kindness and His exceeding riches of His grace that He would show us in the ages to come?”
Speaking of His kindness, I think of Pastor John’s testimony on one of his visits to the heaven where he was surprised to meet his golden retriever Abby and his monkey Tilly. He shared this testimony in some of his audio teachings or YouTube posts and I copy what he wrote in his book, Knowing the Ways of God:
The Bible describes Jesus as coming back on a white horse and the people who accompany Him are on horseback as well (Revelation 19:11,14). Elijah was taken into heaven in a chariot pulled by horses (2 Kings 2:11), so we know that horses are in heaven. Based on that and the many times Jesus spoke to people and said, according to your faith be it unto you, Barb, the boys and I had asked the Lord to have Abby, our golden retriever in heaven. I was thankful for His faithfulness. To this day I wonder if He recreated Abby and Tilly, or made exact duplicates but I really don’t care. Just to know they are there is enough and the rest I leave in His hands.
After reading and hearing his testimony, I have a hope. I asked the Father to give me the opportunity to live with Honey girl, my Labrador retriever, in heaven. Somehow, out of almost 10 year of her life so far, I lived with her for a few months only. And she has been enjoying her company with my sister and brother-in-law and I'm grateful for that. Yet I asked the Father to allow Honey girl to be with me in eternity. I don’t care whether some people might say to me, “Well, it’s not scriptural.” I leave it in His hands. And another hope is on horses. I like horse and I like watching wild horses running. I watched a Korean show on one of our kings who became a founder of one dynasty long time ago. And in one scene where the king rode on a horse and ran across a field, I felt mesmerized and I also wanted to run, riding on a horse. And it was on my bucket list that I would own a horse or horses in my future farm house. Yet I have a fear of falling off a horse. Then, when I got to understand “the armies in heaven, clothed in fine linen, white and clean, followed Him on white horses. (Rev. 19:14)” are referred to the saints who were raptured, not the angels, I got so excited. I thought to myself, “I wouldn’t need a horse in my lifetime here on earth. I would ride on a white horse with the Lord and other saints and I wouldn’t worry about falling off a horse at all! I would wait till then.” And I also asked the Father to give me horses, Lab puppies and many beautiful flowers and trees in addition to Honey girl, in my future home in heaven. Why wouldn’t our Father give me those creatures of His I love, in eternity? I would welcome you in my home, when we are there. You’ll see my horses, Lab puppies, my garden full of flowers and trees and yes Honey girl.
Recently, Sister Margaret Seaward started a class on the book of Ephesians via zoom. I was very glad to know she teaches Ephesians and one of the class materials was Watchman Nee’s book, Sit, Walk, Stand. I felt as though the book of Ephesians and especially chapters 1 and 2 are the theme of this year to me from the Lord. In one of her classes, Sister Margaret used an illustration from her youth when her parents were missionaries in China before World War II. She said when they visited America from China, they took a boat and it took 6 weeks or so. During the trip, her mother opened one bag or one box every day for her children among many gifts from the church family. So, each day, the kids were excited to see a new bag or box opened. Her mother didn’t open all of the gifts at once in front of the kids, but one at a time so that they had something new every day. And Sister Margaret said our Heavenly Father would do likewise in the ages to come.
Friend, I look forward to the exceeding riches of our Father’s grace in His kindness toward us in Christ Jesus in eternity as well as here on earth. And I believe the eternity would never be boring.
Have a bliss!
For the Lord is good;
How are you? I’m well.
I read Pastor John Fenn’s book, Roadmap for Spiritual Growth in this July and he wrote about Beatitude in the first few chapters. Today, I would like to share what he wrote on the peacemakers:
“Matthew 5:9 says blessed are the peacemakers for they will be called the children of God. A peacemaker is not a diplomat. Go back to 2 Corinthians 5:19, that is to say that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself not charging their trespasses to them and He has given to us the word of reconciliation. Now then, we as ambassadors for Christ as though God is begging you through us, we pray you be reconciled to God. The peacemakers that Jesus is talking about in Matthew 5 has nothing to do with the political realm. It has nothing to do with making peace between brothers and sisters. A peacemaker is a witness for Christ, an ambassador who tells people to be reconciled to God.
We are peacemakers. We urge people to reconcile with God. We want to give people part of what we have. We help people make their peace with God.
It is our lives which provide the evidence to the unbeliever, to the person who is poor in spirit. It is our lives which provides the proof that Jesus is Lord, and that He truly rose from the dead and is the Son of God. They can see the turnaround in our own loves from being poor in spirit. In a room of 100 people, if I asked for a show of hands how many people got saved at a Billy Graham Crusade or some other church service, the number of hands that would go up would be under five. If you asked how many were born again through a friend, the number is 95. And that would include if you actually made the commitment after hearing a radio show or your friend had influence in your life which caused you to think in those terms.
Your life provides the evidence for someone else. You are a peacemaker, therefore you are called a child of God. In other words, you become identified as being with the Lord when you start reaching out to others and urging them to make their peace with God.
So, be a peacemaker and just tell others your testimony.”
Friend, do you want to be a peacemaker? I do. And today, I would like to share a few testimonies about the Father, hoping I would be His ambassador.
If you’ve read my blogs from the beginning, (hopefully) you might remember that I shared some stories on the Father’s giving me two flavors of cookies I liked through a friend of mine and satisfying my cravings for some foods through another friend, who didn’t know about that at all. Many times, He blew me away, in small matters that I didn’t even ask Him for. And He reminded me that He is my Father Who cares for me even in small things.
In this June, when my family had a getaway in a hotel in a nearby city, we signed up for bed & breakfast package. After we checked in, I stopped by the buffet restaurant where we would have breakfast the next morning, in order to make a reservation. I wanted to reserve seats just next to the window to have a central park view. And more importantly, I wanted to ask the employee to give us a table in an isolated area for mom, if any, considering the covid-19. But to my disappointment, the employee in the restaurant said that they have no reservation system, but first come, first served. So, the next morning, we went to the restaurant and a waitress guided us to a table. And I was simply amazed, as she gave us seats just next to the window where we could see a central park and there was none around our table. The waitress guided other guests to the seats far away from ours. I was so thankful to our Father for His kindness, even when I didn’t ask Him for it. He knows my heart. His kindness in the restaurant continued to the very next day, when we departed. He gave us the exact same seats in the next morning, too. Then, in a couple of weeks, we had a family lunch. It was a few days before my sister and brother-in-law went back to their home in California. I reserved a buffet restaurant in Four Seasons hotel, as it provides a private dining room with some additional charge and it’s close to our place. So, I booked a private dining room for mom. As I’ve never been there before, I had no idea as to what the restaurant looks like, but hoped our room would be close to a restroom. My mom tends to go to restroom every 5 minutes, whenever she goes out. I think it’s more like mental or psychological problem than physical, since her dementia developed further. At home, she is totally ok. But whenever I try to change her clothes for going somewhere, she goes to toilet every few minutes. But in the restroom, many times, she said on the toilet, “No pee…” Anyway, knowing she would go to toilet every few minutes while we were having lunch, I simply hoped the restroom is close to our private room. When we got to the restaurant, a waiter guided us to our private room. And lo, behold, it is right next to the corridor to the restroom. Again, I was so thankful to the Father’s kindness. He knows every single detail in my heart and my heart desire. Even though I didn’t ask Him for it, He provided!
And another story in May last year. When my mom was in emergency room due to hyponatremia, she was told to be admitted to the hospital, after being treated almost 24 hours in the emergency room. But due to the room constraints under the pandemic, the hospital wasn’t able to tell us when exactly she would be admitted. From the previous hospitalization a few weeks back, I understood the hospital’s policy on the covid-19 test. Any caregiver who would stay with patients should take the PCR test. But for whatever reasons he/she leaves the hospital even for a few hours, he/she should be tested again. So, I wanted to go back to my place, to grab my clothes and so forth, before my mom was admitted to the hospital and was standing by, sleeping on the bed in the emergency room. It was after 11:30pm. And I asked a nurse whether I could go out for 30 minutes or so, to grab my stuffs. He was very kind and said, “Please go and be in a hurry to be back. Tonight, I have less patients so I can attend to your mother often.” Being thankful, I went out. It was midnight. There were still a few buses running on the street, but I had no clue as to when the next bus would come or whether there would be no more bus to go toward my place. The area is not as dangerous as other cities in the world, but less people and less cars on the street at night. And it’s been ages since I tried to grab a taxi or a bus at that late hour in Seoul. My heart was pounding while walking toward the bus stop and I saw none on the street. I was wondering whether I was able to take a taxi or a bus. I had a taxi application in my phone, but I had to set up some personal information so I gave up the idea, being in hurry. And I kept walking toward the bus stop on the dark street, not knowing whether the bus would be still available. I had mixed feelings from time sensitiveness, kind of fear from literal darkness at night and my darkness on the public transportation status at that hour. Then, just in front of my eyes, there was a vacant taxi coming toward me and I raised my hand and waved it to catch it. Awww, I was relieved, when it stopped. It was a black taxi, which is premium and whose drivers are usually kind. And I found out the taxi driver was super kind. He understood my situation and he said he would wait for me so that I would take my time to grab my stuffs. He drove me for the round trip. What a good Father I have! I felt He watches over me.
Lastly, just this Monday, I had a monthly zoom meeting with my pastor in Singapore and others. At the end of the meeting, my pastor prayed for my family and me. When he prayed for me, he said something like this (I paraphrase):
Father, You know Yunee seldom prays for herself, but for others. But You know her desire in her heart and You would give her more than what she can imagine.
I was so touched, as I knew he heard the voice of the Holy Spirit. And the Father showed His love through his prayer that He knows everything: my desires, my needs. The next morning, when I prayed, I repented of some thoughts over the past couple of days. Forgetting that He is such a good Father, my mind was full of the negative thoughts or worries from the devil. And I was moved into tears, thinking of His goodness and kindness. Since my pastor's prayer the other night, I felt I was changed and had peace.
Friend, I believe you also have your own evidence in your life. It’s my prayer that we become the peacemakers with our testimonies on our good good Father. Blessed are you, as you’re a peacemaker.
Have a bliss!
Oh, give thanks to the Lord!