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Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me. If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also; and from now on you know Him and have seen Him. (John 14:6-7)

 

For if we live, we live to the Lord; and if we die, we die to the Lord.  Therefore, whether we live or die, we are the Lord’s.  (Romans 14:8)

I set My rainbow in the cloud, and it shall be for the sign of the covenant between Me and the earth.  (Genesis 9:12)

“Give Thanks”

Give thanks with a grateful heart, Give thanks to the Holy One, Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ, His Son.  And now let the weak say, “I am strong”   Let the poor say,  “I am rich”  Because of what the Lord has done for us.

We give thanks to You oh Lord, We give thanks!

Lyrics by: Henry Smith

 

52 thoughts on “Home

  1. Lynn,
    Being a Christian myself, I love this site. It is SO needed at this point in time. Our world is getting darker by the day. I fear that we are at the end of time based on all the signs. Some people just don’t see it though and refuse to believe.

    Personally, I think I was born believing. God got me through so many bad times yet I know He was present in the good times too. Of course, I know sometimes He still shakes His head at me saying “What are you thinking…..” We’re all works in progress.

    I have a sign on my armoire that I look at ever night. It says: Let Your Faith Be Bigger Than Your Fear. Your site will help us remember. Thank you.

    • Hi Debbi,
      Thank you so much for your thought provoking comments! I too believe we are in the end times. If anyone reading this wants to learn more, please go to: (Daniel 2, 7) (Matthew 24) (2 Peter 2) (Revelation 13, 17, 18). Sadly, the unbelieving heart will never accept our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and therefore cannot recognize the signs of the end times. Sharing the Gospel is so crucial.

      Like you, I am a work in progress. When we follow Christ, we are a work in progress until that glorious day we see Him face to face.

      You have inspired me to write up a card that says,”Let Your Faith Be Bigger than Your Fear” and put it in a place where I can read it daily.

      Jesus is coming back!
      Lynn

  2. Hey Lynn, I love your site. I see you have One Place on there. I love One Place, it’s what I listen to while I’m walking. I usually listen to Tony Evans or David Jeremiah. My wife listens to Jan Markel constantly.
    Personally I am enjoying a closer walk with the Lord this las year, more than ever before. I’ve been a Christian a long time but being in Bible Study Fellowship where daily study, not just devotional reading is almost required. At first I looked at it as a requirement, now I see it as a privilege.
    Again, I really like your site.

    • Hi Dennis,

      It is such a pleasure to meet you. It is always wonderful to come across other believers from different areas. I absolutely love how you see Bible study as a “privilege” rather than a “requirement”. Very well said. And I am so happy you are walking closer with the Lord. I pray I do also.

      In Christ alone we are saved,
      Lynn Drew

  3. Lynn,
    I love your site. 🙂 Something for everyone and Good News for All. I love the variety of topics and am so happy to have found your site. I’ll be sure and visit often as there’s so much stuff to navigate through. Thanks for all you do in sharing the Good News!
    Love and Blessings!
    Cary

    • Hi Cary,
      It is an honor to have you stop by. I know you are dedicated to helping others reach their potential in Christ and we sure need to stand together as we proclaim the Good News to a hurting and suffering world. We know Jesus is coming back because He said He would, so every minute counts!

      All glory to God,
      Lynn Drew

  4. It would seem a great deal of people have concerns for the things that are happening in this world. I have to say things are getting crazy. It just does not make sense to me. I also these things must happen and it is still amazing to me how much God loves us and still gives us the chance to repent and follow His will. When I think of Jesus dying for us sometime I have to really think about it. He knew no sin, he was perfect but He suffered for us, He was lied on and criticized and He still went through all those beatings all that hatred for us. He loves us all and I still find it amazing. He was doing the will of God. I don’t think anyone can describe the love that God has for us because it is beyond our understanding. It is truly nice to meet you and I hope we stay in touch.

    • Dear Claudette,
      Amen and Amen! So very well said. It will be such a joy to meet you in eternity and we will praise and give glory to our Lord Jesus forever. As you say, things are getting crazy, so we will hold on tight to the promises of God.

      Jesus paid it all,
      Lynn Drew

  5. Love your site, Lynn. I love your focus on giving glory to Christ. Also, I want to learn more about using every skill and outlet to do just exactly what you are doing! Giving God glory! I will stop off there again. What a testimony! You have obviously been at this a long time! I have so much to learn! I hope you don’t mind me stalking a little! 🙂 Yours is much like the website I want to create ‘someday’, when I learn enough!

    • Hi Carla,
      You are so kind! I have been doing my site since last year. You can stalk my site all you want! 🙂 It belongs to our Lord. You have a heart for Christ, and for sharing God’s Word, so I know you will find you place online. I so encourage you, as we need so many more Christ honoring sites for others to see, and to help bring others to Him.

      God Bless you Carla, look forward to meeting you one day in glory!!
      Lynn Drew

    • Hi Patricia,
      What a pleasure to hear from you and thank you for your kind words. I am so glad you like “Blessed Assurance”.

      My precious grandmother was Catholic and I loved going to church with her when I visited her in the summers. Later she moved back to my hometown. She was such a Jesus honoring and Jesus loving lady. My wonderful mom, who is also of strong faith, decided to raise us Protestant and she was ok with that because she taught me Jesus was the center of everything! Catholic or Protestant. I so often thank God for the prayers of my mother and grandmother. We will meet one day in glory, Patricia! I so look forward to it.

      The Lord bless you and keep you,
      Lynn Drew

  6. Hi Lynn,

    I’m so glad to find another Sister in Christ who loves the Lord and acknowledges the authority of the King of Kings.

    I saw the image of the rainbow and the reference to Genesis 9:12 above and it made me want to share something that I have learned fairly recently from my reading of Scripture while learning the Hebrew language:

    In Hebrew, the word “keshet” means “rainbow,” but it also means “bow.” We know that the rainbow was the sign given to Noah as a promise from the Lord that He would never again punish mankind through a flood. I will note here that this was in the first book of Scripture: Genesis.

    Genesis 9:12-13 (NKJV)

    And God said: “This is the sign of the covenant which I make between Me and you, and every living creature that is with you, for perpetual generations: 13 I set My rainbow (keshet in Hebrew) in the cloud, and it shall be for the sign of the covenant between Me and the earth.

    Now when we go to the last book of Scripture, Revelation, we see the word “keshet” again, except in a different context:

    Revelations 6:1-2 NKJV

    Now I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals;[a] and I heard one of the four living creatures saying with a voice like thunder, “Come and see.” 2 And I looked, and behold, a white horse. He who sat on it had a bow (keshet in Hebrew); and a crown was given to him, and he went out conquering and to conquer.

    Now there have been a lot of noted Bible scholars who have said that this is the Anti-Christ, or on the polar opposite end of the spectrum, that this is the Lord Jesus Himself. I actually beg to differ on both points.

    First, in this context, John is in a vision watching as the Lord Jesus, who is depicted as a “Lamb with seven eyes and seven horns who has been slain for the world,” opens the first seal and one of the four heavenly beasts introduces the rider on the white horse with a bow (keshet). It doesn’t really make sense that the Lord opens the first seal as the Lamb and comes out as the rider once it is opened.

    Remember that keshet means both a “bow” and “rainbow.” I see this as a messenger of the Lord who goes out to all the earth and proclaims the pure gospel to all people so that there would be no excuse for them to deny the true, living God. I came to this conclusion for a number of reasons, but first of all the rider has a bow, the sign of the Lord’s promise that He would never destroy mankind with a flood again. How significant of a message would that be in the end times, during the period of unrest before the tribulation as the Lord indicated in Matthew 24, to remind the people of the Lord’s everlasting covenant, to remind everyone that he is the same Lord yesterday, today, and forevermore.

    Also, the fact that he has a “keshet,” not only signifies the covenant he made with Noah, but also the “Torah” or the teachings, and instructions of God. Let me share with you an interesting passage I read in torahresourcesinternational.info:

    The Hebrew word torah is derived from a root that used in the realm of archery, yareh (remember “keshet” means “bow” as used by archers). Yareh means to shoot an arrow in order to hit a mark, the mark or target, of course, was the object at which the archer was aiming. Consequently, torah, one of the nouns derived from this root, is, therefore, the arrow aimed at the mark. The target is the truth about God and how one relates to Him. The torah is, therefore, in the strict sense instruction designed to teach us the truth about God. Torah means direction, teaching, instruction, or doctrine.

    Isn’t it just awesome? The “keshet” not only signifies the Lord’s eternal covenant but also his perfect teachings and commandments, the “Torah”. I believe that the rider will carry this message to all the world “conquering and to conquer.” How significant is that in this day when so many professing Christians say that the “Law” has been done away with!

    But back to the original thesis that I do not believe that this is either the Anti-Christ or a false prophet or even the Lord Himself. This rider also wears a crown and is on a white horse. Both are symbols of righteousness in consistency with Scripture. I have gone through a few sources that say that he is bringing “false peace” and a “false gospel,” but we should remember that first of all, this rider comes directly from the orders of the Lord, Himself. Secondly, when a character is of an evil origin, it is always made very clear throughout Scripture, especially in prophecy. Third, the four “horses of the Apocalypse” appear in Zechariah 8 and are described as “four spirits of heaven, who go out from their station before the Lord of all the earth.” In both Zechariah or Revelations, these horses and horsemen take orders from the Lord, Himself. Notice also that the colors of the “keshet” (rainbow) actually make up “white.” This rider is a servant of the Most High God, Himself!

    But why is it not the Lord Jesus? Well, it is because in this scene, he is the lamb who opens the first seal. Also, as stated before, Scripture already refers to the horses and horsemen as “spirits of the Lord.” They take orders from the Lord, just like angels, but they are not the Lord. The Lord Himself does appear later in Revelations, without a bow, but a lot cooler than the first seal rider on the white horse:

    Revelations 19:11-13 NKJV

    Now I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse. And He who sat on him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness He judges and makes war. 12 His eyes were like a flame of fire, and on His head were many crowns. He had[e] a name written that no one knew except Himself. 13 He was clothed with a robe dipped in blood, and His name is called The Word of God.

    I believe that just as John the Baptist prepared the way of the Lord in His First Advent, the rider on the white horse is another servant of the Lord who will make way for the Lord in the Second. The First Advent showed the Lord in his humility, but the Second One will reveal Him in His Full Glory.

    It’s also a clear pattern throughout Scripture that there is a great leader chosen by the Lord who straightens things out before everything goes downhill from there.

    I think there’s so much more to it, but as this was really the longest comment I ever wrote on a website, I think I should write it down for another day.

    Again, it’s great to meet you, Dear Sister in Christ!

    David

    • Hi David,
      Thank you so much for your comment and for your word study on “keshet” as it was very enlightening. You know I admire your thinking process and your approach to studying God’s Word. You have a gifted mind. I actually see your reasoning for seeing the rider on the white horse to be a messenger of the Lord who is to proclaim the truth to the world so they have no excuse not to believe. Very thought provoking. However, I do believe there is a stronger case from Scripture to be made where the rider on the white horse is the Antichrist (Rev 6:2) whereas, the Rider in (Rev 19:11-13), is indeed Christ Himself.
      The seven seals are opened by the Lamb, who is worthy, to show events that will happen on the earth during the seven years of tribulation before Christ returns to earth. So these are actually events and not a messenger so to speak. And this is extraordinary, these signs follow the same order as the signs that Jesus speaks of in Matthew 24, where He tells His disciples the signs before His return to earth.
      …the first seal – the Antichrist is let loose and he initiates the seven years of the Great Tribulation / See also (Matthew 24:3-5)
      …the second seal -war begins / See also (Matthew 24:6)
      ….the third seal – worldwide famine / see (Matthew 24:7)
      …the fourth seal – war and famine leads to massive death and destruction / see (Matthew 24:7-8)
      …the fifth seal – persecution of God’s people, a vision of the souls of the martyrs / see (Matthew 24:9-13)
      …the sixth seal – the great earthquake and other worldwide celestial happenings / see (Matthew 24:29)
      …the seventh seal – brings the second wave of judgments – the trumpet judgments.

      However, God does provide two witnesses or messengers to the earth to testify to the truth of God in the last half of the Tribulation.
      (Revelation 11:7-14) New King James Version (NKJV)
      The Two Witnesses

      7 When they finish their testimony, the beast that ascends out of the bottomless pit will make war against them, overcome them, and kill them. 8 And their dead bodies will lie in the street of the great city which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified. 9 Then those from the peoples, tribes, tongues, and nations will see their dead bodies three-and-a-half days, and not allow their dead bodies to be put into graves. 10 And those who dwell on the earth will rejoice over them, make merry, and send gifts to one another, because these two prophets tormented those who dwell on the earth.
      The Witnesses Resurrected
      11 Now after the three-and-a-half days the breath of life from God entered them, and they stood on their feet, and great fear fell on those who saw them. 12 And they heard a loud voice from heaven saying to them, “Come up here.” And they ascended to heaven in a cloud, and their enemies saw them. 13 In the same hour there was a great earthquake, and a tenth of the city fell. In the earthquake seven thousand people were killed, and the rest were afraid and gave glory to the God of heaven.
      14 The second woe is past. Behold, the third woe is coming quickly. (Revelation 11:1-14)

      It is such a pleasure to communicate with you David and I am always interested in your thoughts and views on Scripture and what is going on in the world today that we know is directly related to our full acknowledgment that Jesus Christ is coming back! Hallelujah!

      I pray your comments have encouraged others to get into the Book of Revelation.

      Look forward to seeing you in heaven my dear brother in Christ.
      May our Lord richly bless you in so many ways,
      Lynn Drew

  7. Lynn, You have composed an absolutely beautiful site so full of inspiration and compassion. Many will be blessed and enlightened thru your sharing and your rewards will come directly from our Father. PTL!
    Jude

    • Hi Jude,
      Thank you so much for your encouragement and for stopping by. It is certainly my daily prayer that others, both believers and non-believers, will be blessed here and hopefully bring them to a closer walk with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It is all about Him, now…and forever.

      May His love continue to guide you and give you strength in all you,
      Lynn Drew

  8. Hi Lyn

    Your website struck me as very calming and had a message for everyone.
    Although I am not a religious individual I do believe in the Unity of Religious Ideals from all faiths. I see the manifestation of the Divine in everything from babies to sunsets
    I think we are all joined by an invisible thread called Universal Love.

    Your website is an inspiration

    • Thank you so much for your comments! I found them extremely interesting on many levels and I am with you on seeing the Divine in everything from babies to sunsets. Beautifully said.

      It is true that many people, with sincere hearts, are turning to the unity of religious ideals from all faiths. This can be a very slippery and dangerous slope when it overlooks Biblical Doctrine for the sake of unity because at some point, the Lordship of Jesus Christ and our submission to Him is denied. So it goes back to the one question we all have to answer – is Jesus Christ who He said He is, or do all roads lead to God?

      The Lord bless you and your family,
      Respectfully,
      Lynn Drew

  9. Lynn,
    What a great site. As I read through each of your pages I was inspired to continue my own spiritual growth and to better shine His light through my life. (Including within WA.) If I can be so bold as to suggest an additional piece of information that could be added to your pages. Perhaps at the end of your repentance page, you could add the “sinners” prayer. Give people the opportunity to accept Christ right away. I know the Holy Spirit spoke to me as I read your pages, and I’m certain that He does the same to non-believers who might happen onto your site.
    God bless you in your ministry.
    John (Golfspecialt)

    • Hello John,
      Thank you for your comments and I am very happy you are bold and offer suggestions so there is more opportunity for people to find and know Jesus Christ. And I am thrilled that focusing on Him here has inspired you to continue your own spiritual growth.

      Non-believers are so welcome here – everyone is welcome here. So feel free to pass it on to both believers and non-believers. The Holy Spirit is working in so many glorious ways as people around the world are being saved through faith in Jesus Christ alone. To Him be the glory now and forever!

      Many blessings to you and your family,
      Lynn Drew

  10. This is a beautiful website that tells the whole truth of what Jesus did for us all. By sharing about Richard Dawkins is interesting as you mentioned how testy and rude he can be. It only shows how he is fighting the conviction of the Holy Spirit. What he needs is to get knocked off his donkey as the Apostle Paul experienced. Then maybe he would be a zealot for the cause of Christ.

    What a difference in his demeanor from Billy Ghram. It is just the evidence of what the Holy Spirit does to a yielded heart as to one who fights the conviction.

    You have a wonderful testimony in your website that can witness and give the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to man.

    Martyy

    • Hi Marty,
      Thank you for your insightful comment about the different demeanor between Richard Dawkins and Billy Graham. Very poignant observation. Mr. Dawkins is on my prayer list and I know there is hope for his salvation until his last breath but you are so right; he sure could use the Damascus road experience that as believers we all experience in one way or another. You are very wise and I appreciate your comments very much. I hope you come back and visit.

      I so look forward to meeting you in the presence of our Savior.

      To our Lord God be the glory now and forevermore,
      Lynn Drew

    • Hi Udoh,
      Thank you so very much for your comment! I can tell you and I are on the same page. It’s all about our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It is so imperative that we share the Good News with everyone possible. Then let them decide to say either yes or no to Christ.

      I pray you and yours are richly blessed in so many ways,
      Lynn Drew

  11. Hi Lynn, it appears that a lot of people in wa are Christians. I love that. For you and many others wanting to get the word out is totally awesome. Thanks for the kind words and we will definitely keep in touch. Sleep tight and God bless you. Thanks for what you are doing. Much success to you.

    • Hi Janice,
      There are so many followers of Christ who are standing strong and getting His word out whenever possible, and in so many different ways, all across America and the world. I praise Him for giving us the strength and the opportunities to share His love, hope and salvation with others!

      The Lord bless you and keep you always,
      Lynn Drew

  12. Lynn this was very special to my heart and you have done such a wonderful job in representing our Lord Jesus Christ.
    I feel your message to all here on earth will receive your message and I cannot thank you enough for all that you are doing as I can really see The Lord is with in your heart and is working with you and all of the people that you are touching and reaching out to.
    Beautiful site…keep the good work up!

    God Bless you always,

    Linda 🙂

    • Hi Linda,
      Your thoughts are so encouraging to me, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I ask that anyone who finds this site meaningful to please send it on to those you know who are believers and non-believers alike. We are living in such perilous yet exciting times, and reaching others with the Gospel of Christ is absolutely paramount.
      Dear sister, I love your heart and I look forward to meeting you one day in glory!

      To God be the glory now and forevermore,
      Lynn Drew

  13. This is an all Christian site. Very nice. The topic of your sight gets right to the point and if you are not interested you may not click of it. Very well put together and I am very inpressed with its very high quality. lots of posts to choose from. Article and videos very interactive and stirs the heart. Keep up the good work.
    Claudeth

    • Hi Claudeth,
      Thank you for stopping by and for the kind words. I pray that this site stirs many hearts towards Christ. Please feel free to share this site with anyone. It will always point to Christ and not man.
      May the Lord bless us and keep us always in His care,
      Lynn Drew

  14. Hi Lynn,
    I’m not sure what to say but I suppose there was a reason I landed on your page. I do hope and pray we can get past what may be lurking in the horizon. I thank you for this meeting.

    Jim

    • Hi Jim,
      Well, I certainly agree with you, we need hope and prayer for something is indeed lurking in the horizon. I believe everything happens for a reason, so I am glad you landed here, Jim. May the Lord bless you and keep you, and I will keep you in my prayers.
      Blessings to you and yours,
      Lynn Drew

  15. Lynn, what a beautiful sight this is. Blessed is He indeed. Through these dark times of persecution of violence, it is imperative that we stand strong together, in His Love. Your website is a light in the darkness and it certainly was God’s touch that guided us to meet one another. I pray that many seeking people will be touched.
    In His Love,
    Nancy

    • Hi Nancy,
      Your strength and your faith is such an inspiration to me. You have come through so many difficult trials and only in Christ are we true overcomers. We will stand strong together in prayer for those being persecuted for their belief in Christ. Thank you Sister!

      for His glory,
      Lynn

  16. Hi Lynn !
    Very awesome site. Lots of terrible persecution, especially in the middle east. I am a American and very disappointed in my governments non response to this issue. Hopefully the Christian nations will stop tolerating this and take action to change this situation.

    • Hi Mike –
      Thank you for coming by and for your comment. You raise such an important point. Why our country and other countries are not doing anything to stop these atrocities is beyond moral reason. Prayer may be the most important thing we can do for persecuted Christians around the world. Let us encourage one another.
      May the Lord bless you, Mike, for caring and for talking about this issue. I so look forward to one day meeting you in glory!

      Jesus is coming back,
      Lynn Drew

  17. Hi Lynn, much thankfulness and gratitude for the You that your are, the Christ Love that radiates through you and pours forth into the hearts of those who visit your beautiful website. Many people are looking for that Love and do not see that it is always as near as their breath, within them, through the Holy Spirit of Truth. The song above is very peaceful and Holy and we really enjoyed listening while we perused your site. Thanks and God Bless.

    • Veanna and Dennis – How nice to hear from you! You already know I think you are two of the dearest people ever! Thank you so much for your encouraging words! Thank you for your comment on the the Holy Spirit! You have such beautiful hearts for Christ. May God continue to bless you and keep you, now and forever!

      Keeping you in my prayers always,
      Lynn Drew

  18. Hi Lynn,
    What a wonderful, peaceful site you have here. It’s heartwarming. You are a good writer and I enjoy reading your thoughts on our great God. He is truly awesome. I’ll be back to read more.
    Thank you, 🙂
    Judy

    • Hi Judy –
      I am totaly with you, He is truly awesome, and it is all about Jesus! I am so blessed to be meeting people like you who are from so many different places, and yet, as believers, we are all in the family of God. And, we will spend eternity together.

      I pray the Lord watches over you and yours, now and forevermore.
      Jesus reigns!
      Lynn Drew

  19. Lynn, this is a beautiful website and I am so pleased to have found it. I will return often and read more of your blogs and other content. God does amazing things for those who follow Him. Having moved to a new area I was seeking a church that I could attend and come to love just like the church I left behind. God knew exactly what I needed and pointed me in the right direction. The very first church that I attended in my new home town is the right church for me. I love it already. It is packed full with warmth, smiles and friendliness, and of course with deliverance of God’s Words of welcome and support.

    Blessings
    Valerie

    • Hi Valerie-
      Thank you for such a warm and encouraging comment! And for sharing how God is so faithful. And I am so blessed that you visited and pray you come back.

      May the Lord richly bless you and keep you,
      Lynn Drew

  20. Hi Gee –
    Bless you Gee, and thank you so very much for your kind words. You obviously share my love for Him and I welcome any comments or suggestions you might have – please stop by anytime.

    May our Lord Jesus be with you now and forevermore dear sister!
    Jesus reigns!
    Lynn Drew

  21. Beautiful website. Thank you so much for all this great and wonderful content. I have bookmarked your site and plan to check back often for more words of wisdom. I feel as if this whole site came from a very heartfelt, living Christian. Thank you for sharing.

    Gee

  22. Blessed Assurance is one of my favorite songs, I have so many. I’ve been a Christian since 1994 although I have been on fire for the Lord for about the last year. I’m in a beautiful church now and I have noticed a tremendous difference in my prayer life now that I am surrounded by supportive souls with like minds. Following Christ has made the difference between life and death for me, physically as well as spiritually. He has saved me in more than one way and more than once. I praise Him everyday and give Him all the glory! Thank you for building this website, I’ll definitely keep my eye on it.

    • Hi Rae Anne –
      What a joy it was to read your reply. Your loving words in Christ have really blessed me deeply and I know they will bless others also. Your humbleness and love for Christ, and your love for your fellow worshipers is obvious and inspiring.

      God Bless you dearly Rae Anne and I so look forward to meeting you in Heaven one day where we will give Him all the glory forevermore.

      Jesus reigns!
      Lynn Drew

  23. This is God’s creation…Satan will have his short time. There will be a new heaven and a new earth..where all sin will be put away forever. This earth and all his people are in his hands…thru the valley and shadow of of death…I will fear no evil…for Thou art with me..The joy of the Lord is our strength. ..rejoice for our redemption drawer near

  24. I really enjoy reading this website information, the links are helpful and the topic content thoughtfully presented. I will forward it to others and will check back frequently to look for new entries. You are serving the Lord in a very loving way as the site name implies.

    Thank you for your efforts!

    • Thank you for your kind words and encourgement Denise! Encouragement is a wonderful gift from God, and you certainly have that gift. I hope you come back often, and please feel free to give any suggetions or ideas. Thanks again.

  25. Persecution around the world – so hard to watch and definitely cannot be understood – except it is biblical. I pray for you. May you find peace knowing that your faith in Christ will get you through this. I, myself, cannot watch Christ crucifixation – it is just to hard for me to watch. I have a very difficult time watching violence taking place in this world, even though I know Christ died for me. God Bless You All.

    • Marty – What a sensitive heart you have for those suffering, including our Lord Jesus Christ. I competely understand and respect your view. Because of what you wrote, I am posting a link that people who love our Brothers and Sisters in Christ can do something positive by signing a petition to President Obama to start helping those being persecuted around the world. We need to pray and take action.
      Stand strong, take heart, for our Lord Jesus Christ sees all, and He will come back as He promised. All wrongs will be made right!
      “I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End,” says the Lord, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty,” (Revelation 1:8)

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