I was recently a victim of gossip. The reason I say victim is because the cops got called in on this situation. And I have nothing to do with it whatsoever. The person in question I know through church. But somehow the story got mixed up to the point that this person was my roommate. Without going into any more details, I'd like to speak about this problem.
This is one of the tools the enemy uses to tear us down. These are Spiritual attacks against us. Gossip ruins reputations and lives,
As if my life wasn't exciting enough, Daddy gave me a new challenge...... well I know that He literally didn't give it to me, as it is part of my disease, but I am sure He is leaning back and watching me solve this problem....... with a big smile on His Face, expecting the best of me.....
And that's exactly what He's going to get..... if anyone thinks that I am going to get defeated by this, they are wrong.......
My new challenge is the fact that lifting up my arms is almost impossible
Sometimes you hear sermons that you forget almost right away. Other times you hear sermons that you want to forget but can't. On a rare occasion, you hear a sermon that you remember the rest of your life. And then there is that sermon that strikes a chord in your heart, a sermon that God uses to remind you of something you already know but need to hear again.
Yesterday was one of those days that I heard the latter kind. The preaches spoke from Luke 6:6, the man with the withered hand.
Updated Dec 13th 2007 at 09:01 AM by Pilgrimtozion
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It's certainly foolproof and pays on the nail
It covers the seasons of plenty and strife
It's backed by the promise of eternal life.
The eternal salesman will knock at your door
By letting Him enter, your prospects will soar
He'll leave a memento, a guide to your plan
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Hey guys, it's Sunday as you all know, and, tomorrow is Monday, another fun week ahead.
I am doing GREAT today. No worries again. I had a wonderful day in the LORD. HE has blessed me with tons of things I couldn't begin to describe.
I love it when I have a worry free weekend. And, this is the first one in the longest time. I am glad that the LORD has taken all of my worries away from me, and, taken them to deal with in a way He sees fit.