Statement of Confession: I believe in the Trinity--Father, Son and Holy Spirit; The Three are One in the Father. I believe that Jesus is the Savior to those that accept Him in genuine repentance of their sins through faith as their Lord and Savior. I believe that baptism--immersion, burial--is an outward show to the world of their acceptance of salvation by Jesus for His dying, resurrection and His sitting at the right hand of the Father in heaven. This ministry is FREE.
PrayerBy: Rev. Lynwood F. MundyGood morning Father. May the countenance of Your radiance shine upon me and all of the peoples of the world. May we see this glow in our lives and thank You for letting us bathe in Your radiance of grace and mercy. In Jesus' name. Amen. Glory be to God that sits on His heavenly throne! Hallelujah!
Matthew 19:14King James Version But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven. Read at Bible Gateway Read all of Matthew 19 Public Domain
July 23 Finding God in Sheol 2 Samuel 11:1–12:31; 2 Peter 1:11–8; Psalm 139:1–24
We’ve all felt distant from God. Sometimes it’s sin that makes us feel separated from Him; other times it could be a lack of prayer. Either way, when we feel apart from God, God has not moved away from us. God never moves—we do. But we can find solace in the words of Psa 139: “O Yahweh, you have searched me, and you know me. You know my sitting down and my rising up. You understand my thought from afar” (Psa 139:1–2).
We spend so much of life explaining ourselves to others. Trying to manage perceptions is a norm in our society—especially for those of us in fast-paced work environments. There’s nothing wrong with this as long as our motives are pure, we’re being honest, and we’re not obsessed with what others think. But it’s certainly comforting to know that with God, we never have to explain ourselves. He already knows. He has already searched us—and He is always present.