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Recently my husband and I have been reading out of the book of Ephesians during our devotions in the morning. I felt impressed to jot down some of the thoughts that have come to me during this time. Walking in unity is so important in our Christian walk and in our relationship with our brothers and sisters in Christ.
In Ephesians 4, Verses 1 - 3 we are encouraged to walk worthy of the calling with which we have been called with all lowliness and gentleness, with longsuffering, forbearing one another in love. If we do this, we are endeavoring to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. Yo no sé ustedes,, but this has not always been easy for me. Seguir leyendo
Cantares 5:12 His eyes as doves By streams of waters, Washing in milk, Sitting in fullness. – Traducción Literal de Young
This verse speaks to me of the importance of gaining God’s perspective, seeing with His eyes and looking at everything in life from the Lord’s point of view. The Lord says His eyes are doves, which speaks of His heart of gentleness and compassion for us. He wants to teach us how to look through His eyes. He loves correcting the vision of His people, removing the distortion and replacing it with the crystal clear vision of truth. Seguir leyendo
Several weeks ago the Lord spoke to our intercessory group and said “Make Room.”
So what did that mean?
The Lord went on to explain that He desired to do a deeper work in our lives. God wants us to expand our thinking, open our hearts and allow Him to heal old wounds. He wants to impart more insight, sabiduría, revelation and discernment to His people for these end times. This means making room in our daily life for more time with the Lord and the study of His Word. Seguir leyendo
Mateo 19:26 — Jesus had just addressed the youth with great wealth and He declared: “With God all things are possible to them that believe.”
Paul said in Galatians 3:22 — “That the promise of faith in Jesus Christ might be given to those who believe.”
Marca 9:17-24 — This is the account of a father with a son who had seizures. The father said to Jesus, “If you can do anything, have compassion on us and help us.” Jesus said to him, “If you can believe all things are possible to him who believes!” The father cried out, "Señor, Creo; help my unbelief!" Seguir leyendo
En Hebreos 13:2 (EE.UU.) it reads: “Forget not to show love unto strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.”
The Aramaic Bible in Plain English reads: “And do not forget kindness to strangers, for by this, some who, while they were unaware, were worthy to receive Angels.”
I heard that scripture quoted throughout the years and I remember when I was young thinking how strange it would be to have angels in your midst and not realize it. I was fascinated by the thought. As the years passed and I have grown older I have heard some interesting stories that are worth repeating. Seguir leyendo