Theme 26, Tears: Let Him InRarely, do I let others see my tears.More Like This
I always bear them alone,
tucked away in my room.
Rarely, do I let others see my fears.
I keep them carefully hidden inside.
I give my love freely.
I give my smile freely.
But rarely do I let anyone farther in.
Somehow, on my own, I let things go.
That is okay.
Sometimes, you don't need to reach out.
Sometimes, being alone is okay.
Sometimes, you need to be alone.
So you can let God in
I let God in,
I let him in when I'm all alone and in pain.
I let him in when I'm joyful.
So, I go off alone,
and let God in.
And then the tears can fade away
God's sacrificesMore Like This
Hebrews 10:12-14 New American Standard Bible (NASB)
12 but He, having offered one sacrifice for sins for all time, sat down at the right hand of God, 13 waiting from that time onward until His enemies be made a footstool for His feet. 14 For by one offering He has perfected for all time those who are sanctified.
These verses are real good and also why I have found so much joy in the Lord. But let's not forget all of God's word is real good. I love God's truth and how it works in us who are being sanctified for all time. Because the Lord Jesus was perfect and died for the payment of sin for those who are in Him. We also are made perfect by His perfect life He lived. I was on the other side once thinking I had to become perfect for God to except me. But that belief is based on man's idea of religion and not God's plan for us. I found no joy in my faith and wondered why I didn't have true joy because scriptures said we would. But I felt li
My niece saw JesusHi Everyone,More Like This
I soooo have to tell you guys something. Something pretty cool happened this morning
My sister has a 3 year old daughter. Her name is Isabelle. This morning when she woke her up, the first words Isabelle said to her mom was “Jesus was with me”. My sister asked her what she meant, and she told her that Jesus had sat with her on her bed. My sister then got her ready and got her in the car to go to school. By the time they got in the car, my sister asked her what Jesus looked like. Isabelle then answered that she didn’t know what He looked like. My sister didn’t think much of this, but then she opened the car door and the light on the roof of the car went on because of the open door. When Isabelle saw the light, she looked at her mom and said: “Jesus looked like that”, pointing at the roof light.
I’ve heard some testimonies of Jesus visiting little children in their dreams.
Revealing Heaven?So, a Christian friend of mine has asked me about someone named Kat Kerr, president of One Quest International, and so I looked her up to see what she is all about. After looking at her bio here ---> http://www.revealingheaven.com/about-the-author/ , I think it would be best for Christians to avoid her ministry. I will be bringing up those reasons in this journal. I will quote sections from that page in italics and talk about the issues with them.More Like This
“Since 1996 she has been ‘caught up’ by the Spirit of God and taken on amazing journeys into the Third Heaven as well as to Hell.”
We need to beware of people who talk about having gone up to heaven, or down to hell, and have come back to earth to talk about it. 2 Corinthians 12:1-4 relates Paul’s experience of going up to the third heaven. Notice that he could not talk about what he saw though --->
1 It is not expedient for me dou