Went to a football game..
And a hockey game broke out!!
Microsoft says no to US Government request for emails..
IRS audit in 3..2..1..
Has gone Muzzie..
Biden says it is time to take America back..
Yep it is Biden..
Back to traditional values, hard work, and less government!!!
Ban toasters, kettles and hair dryers?
I say ban the GloBull Warming nut jobs!!
Mr. No Photo Op Buck Ofama.
Whom knows nothing about hard work..
Wishes you a Happy Labor Day..
Bloomberg funds Washington anti gun group..
May, just maybe if Nanny Bloomberg used his money to fund small business, training and such to improve lives..
But no..He continues to attack our Rights..
Do not include working for America!!
Who will be doing the shooting? These folks are against guns, cause they be so dangerous..
And those open carry folks go running around shooting people…No…wait..
So who will be shooting into a crowd’ of open carry folks?
Whomever won’t be for long..
Weer’d picks apart Joan’s latest screed of inaccurate, misleading bullshit..
One of my all time favorites..
Who said that?
Then I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, "Now salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of His Christ have come, for the accuser of our brethren, who accused them before our God day and night, has been cast down" (Rev 12:10-11).
Do you discern the voice that whispers in your ear during the course of your day? Whatever voice agrees with what God says about you is the voice of the Holy Spirit. However, if the voice disagrees with the nature of God and what He has said about your life, you can be sure it is Satan whispering in your ear, accusing you.
When you hear any voice in your ear ask "Who said that?" use the filter of the Holy Spirit to discern who is speaking to you. For instance, God would never say to you, "I do not love you. Or, your life is a failure, or you will never amount to anything." He would never communicate words of shame to you. You were made in the image of God.
Respond to the accuser with the audible Word of God, just as Jesus did when He was tempted. He told Satan the truth about Him and His purpose and His needs. James tells us to "resist the devil and he will flee from you." This requires action on your part to respond to the voice we hear.
Whenever another person tries to define your life that contradicts what God says about you, that person has become an idol in your life if you listen and believe their words. Only Jesus can define your life, or Satan can define it by listening to his voice.
Today, start asking, "Who said that?" Align your life with what God says about you.
John’s Doubts about Jesus
For reading & meditation – Matthew 11:1-11
"… ‘Are you the one who was to come, or should we expect someone else? ‘" (v. 3)
Although God would prefer us to believe, He is exceedingly loving and gracious toward those who struggle with honest doubts. Did you notice, when we were looking at Thomas the other day, that Jesus did not reject his doubting attitude, nor did He refuse his request for physical evidence that He was truly the Christ? Instead, Jesus said to him, "Put your finger here; see my hands. Reach out your hand and put it into my side. Stop doubting and believe" (John 20:27). The passage before us today tells of another occasion when one of Jesus’ followers became oppressed by doubt. John was in prison, and probably suffering great discomfort and disillusionment. John?s messengers came to Jesus, wanting to know whether He really was the Messiah, or whether they should be looking for somebody else. John, you remember, had baptized Jesus and had introduced Him to the world with these words: "Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!" (John 1:29). Does it not seem strange that John, who witnessed the descent of the Holy Spirit upon Jesus at His baptism, should now have doubts about who He was and the validity of His mission? How did Jesus respond to this situation? With tenderness and sensitivity, He said, "Go back and report to John what you hear and see: The blind receive sight, the lame walk, those who have leprosy are cured, the deaf hear …" (Matt. 11:4-5). Our Lord could have rebuked the doubting disciple with strong words of reproof, but He didn’t. Although He cares about problems, He cares more about people.
Thank You, Father, for reminding me that You see me, not as a problem but as a person. I know You are concerned about my doubts, but You are more concerned about me. I am deeply grateful. Amen.
For Further Study
Romans 8:18-39; John 8; Revelation 12:10
1. Who condemns us?
2. How did Jesus respond to the woman caught in adultery?