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Eric Sikma
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Your IDENTITY. What's yours? In God's eyes, did you know you were designed with ideas in mind which no one else has the exact same abilities to carry out? Walk it out, discover/rediscover yours, then see how high you can REALLY soar with The Lord--ABOVE eagles, as the old song says.
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"To everything a time, a place, a purpose..." In God's eyes,that includes the tiniest details. A few examples: You blinked your eyes for the 47,953rd time today at 9:16 AM & 21.5 seconds and not 22 seconds. You inhaled this air molecule and not that one. This blade of grass grows here and not there and is this tall at this time. The list goes on and on and on. It all has purpose. If God can keep track of all that, He can EASILY walk you through life and build you for eternity.
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Two realities, two choices...your flesh looks this way, your spirit that...both real...both existing side by side...two separate ends...two separate outcomes. What SEEMS "factual" in the flesh is not necessarily so in the spirit and vice versa. The question, then, is how do you evaluate things and decide what the best choices are in them? It depends on which reality you're standing in while asking the question.
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Wow, he put me on this page, to me you. My struggle is the desire to find Christian friends. However there is not a church in this area that is actually following scripture. The Holy Spirit will show me "symbols" . Its hard to explain in words, but I get red flag warnings. Im not perfect, FAR from it. But I do not need influence from "apostate churches" , especially when Im so eager to learn. I have talked and prayed a lot w Jesus. He gave me Amos 8;11 one morning, it was on my coffee pot too, as I was crying in prayer. It may sound weird, but I talk A LOT to Jesus, All day. I dont know scripture, but the HOLY SPIRIT tells me. Its so amazing and comforting. Just yesterday I was talking about feeling like "all I do is ask"...instead of GIVE. I want to give Lord. Next thing I get is to read Romans 4 and 5. WOW...it fit again. Happy tears😂. He wants us to ask him, lean on him. Im not a burden to him. Its not works that make me righteous, its my complete FAITH in Jesus! I asked him to show me a church, and he has protected me and guided me all along. I love this feeling of complete COMFORT, and I want others to KNOW. Jesus has it All in his hands , all in his timing. Many Blessings, always in the safety of Jesus! ((((Hugz))))
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What you learn as The Lord shows you, you in turn can teach others which can in turn be built upon to teach yourself even farther. Nice little principle you can apply to your individual process of walking with Him.
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"We will never really know everything happens for the good of us behind the scenes of the visible world. God works in secret, and our perspective is often so small that the meaning behind things sometimes eludes us. But He sees everything and his eyes are about the big picture.
Let us thank Him for all the blessings unknown in our path, for the blessings that we overlook. Live in amazement."
--Translated from a post by Ademhalen bij God
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"Human strength is of little consequence when The Lord decides to act."
--Soldiers For Christ Ministries
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Hopefully some out there read statements like these and are incited to intercede against scenarios like these seeing as that's one of the biggest tasks at hand in the role of the church in the first place:
"Right now One of My congregation in Village, a region where Christians are oppressed and persecuted. It is very dangerous to be a Christian in my area. Right now, The Hindu and Muslim people have cut our village congregation from access to water. If we go to the Hindu areas, our people are attacked with stones and arrows. Everyone in our congregation (including children, orphans, and elderly) have to walk three miles to a nearby village every day to bring clean water back to the village."
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Two realities, two choices...your flesh looks this way, your spirit that...both real...both existing side by side...two separate ends...two separate outcomes. What SEEMS "factual" in the flesh is not necessarily so in the spirit and vice versa. The question, then, is how do you evaluate things and decide what the best choices are in them? It depends on which reality you're standing in while asking the question and what The Lord might be trying to accomplish in your life versus what YOU might.
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I have learned to just hand IT ALL OVER to Jesus. He already has it all worked out. It may not be on your timeline, or your understanding. Thats why were not supposed to rely on our understanding. Amazing things happen in your life when you just submitt to Jesus and follow the Holy Spirt.
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Do personal circumstances always NEED TO make sense in a believer's natural thinking when there's a God who merely has to SPEAK galaxies into existence and who is in control and who knows far more about why those circumstances exist in the first place?
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"We will never really know everything happens for the good of us behind the scenes of the visible world. God works in secret, and our perspective is often so small that the meaning behind things sometimes eludes us. But He sees everything and his eyes are about the big picture.
Let us thank Him for all the blessings unknown in our path, for the blessings that we overlook. Live in amazement."
--Translated from a post by Ademhalen bij God
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This has got to be one of the biggest sets of ironies EVER. There are two camps in the world: Those who belong to The Lord and those who do not, all by choice. For those who are saved, it is mind-boggling how many times they are looked down upon, stereotyped against, held in contempt, rejected, insulted, mistreated--be it secretly, subtly, blatantly, violently or otherwise it may be, yet what are they accomplishing? Absolutely nothing, literally 0% of anything at all in the long run. Call that the first big irony but there is another that is even bigger than that. Above and beyond any of those actions, those who reject God by whatever ways, means and efforts they use to ultimately accomplish nothing still have not even addressed there could ever be regarding salvation: Worst case scenario, what if Christians are wrong and all this "religion stuff" TRULY IS a bunch of hokey pokey? What then? Life ends someday and that's that. No harm, no foul, really, is the bottom line. Flip the coin. What if YOU'RE wrong? Slightly different story, huh? The sad part is that by time that's fully realized, it will already be too late for a second chance.
Rather than putting so much effort into something which nets out to nothing seeing as none of it ultimately has any impact at all on those who belong to The Lord, there's a far more intelligent question those who reject God should be asking: Heaven or hell...Since I'm on my way to the latter, what should I consider doing about that since every choice I'll ever make ultimately will ever affect me and me only?
Is that the biggest irony? Actually no. There's one more. One decision...That's all it takes yet so many prefer the entire lifetime of completely wasted effort over something that can be accomplished in less time it takes to blink.
How's THAT for ironic?
Pure insanity is more like what it is...
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Reminder if you belong to The Lord: It's never about who you are in the mirror, it's about who you are because God said, Christ did, and the Holy Spirit does.
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LIFE TO THE FULLEST FOR ME: Accepting someone unconditionally, no matter how dark their hour or why, digging deep, walking and talking along the way, then eventually watching them reach that point of touching the face of God.
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God RULES!!
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  • Muldoon Christian School
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