Finally, Now I Can Do It.

Now that the pressure to post and post too much I have more time to write for me and get to know you better, I thank God for it. I am doing the best I can but, there are so

many nice people and not sufficient time for all so, I am aking the Lord to guide me in this new travel, getting closer to you all, getting to know you better because unfortunately, is very hard to do that seriously and post seriously as well.

God will direct me and I trust He will show me all He wants me to know,

Later,

Pat.

 

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This is Faith and trust in the Lord no matter what!

Radically Saved

Good morning and Happy Saturday my friends! Made it through another work week, amen? For those that have to work on the weekends; I salute you. Was there for many years and I know it stinks but praise God I have a job now that affords me the weekends off (usually). So with that said a couple of things before I get started.

1. The intent of my post today was to be about the killing of innocent life; AKA abortion. It is a subject that is near and dear to my heart but after the events this week, God gave me a different message for today. rest assured though I will get back to it.

2. The above picture is of my boys with the exception of one who is down in Florida. (Love you Aaron!). There is NOTHING I would not do for any of them and here…

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Devotional

Genesis 18:13–15

This unusual meeting between Abraham and three men is actually a divine encounter in which God takes on human form. On rare occasions in the Old Testament, God appears in some physical way to get his point across. (This kind of communication culminated 2,000 years later when Jesus of Nazareth was born; one of his titles was Emmanuel, which means “God with us.”)

Perhaps you’re thinking that you’d have no problem believing in God if he were to appear to you miraculously. But neither Abraham nor Sarah viewed this encounter as a summit meeting with God. As a matter of fact, Sarah was quick with a doubter’s laugh (as Abraham had been; see Genesis 17:17) and even lied right to God’s face.

Be cautious of the unusual or bizarre in the spiritual realm. Faith that is built primarily on such infrequent happenings doesn’t have a solid foundation. God can and sometimes will do unexpected things that will affect you personally. As you seek out God’s direction in your life, you’ll discover him at work in the everyday occurrences. And it’s the perception of God’s hand in everything you do that provides the firmest foundation for building your faith.

Taken from NIV The NIV Journey Bible

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