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« on: June 07, 2004, 02:20:09 PM »

                As christians there is a process within
                that many of us hardly ever use,
                it is called reaching out to others.

                If we are to love others as Jesus would want from us,
                and if we are in wellness,where is the fear?
                I can see the shame in not doing so.

                I feel the shame also when He does the blessing through me,
                and others try to compliment me.
                It is a hard place to be in when one knows God is doing the work,
                and some glorify the gift,and not the giver of it.

                There is a whole different set of responsibilities put into motion
                along with the accountability  in doing a ministry for God.
                In obedience, out of love,what others think of anothers words
                is their own judgement call.

                Of course how many of us are aware of our unwellness
                when we rise up in the flesh?
                Perhaps that is why not many do the reaching out to others,
                and when they do, it is misinterpreted as being from the self.
                For those who discern,their spirit knows what's from God,and what isn't.

                Glorifying God in  any manner is what it is!

                God sees the intent of the heart,
                and we will all come to that place of judgement,
                for what we say and have said.
                So many christians do not seem to fear God,
                let alone know Him.

               "Behold, the Lord's hand is not shortened,
                that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy,
                that it cannot hear."
                                                     Isaiah 59:1

               "The Spirit itself beareth witness with our Spirit,
                that we are the children of God."
                                                     Romans 8:16

               " The Lord is my light and my salvation;
                 whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my
                 life; of whom shall I be afraid"
                                                     Psalms 27:1

                                     In His love,            lampwicke   xxx


{"Writing is a gift of the Spirit of God,enjoy the love in the words & thank not the writer,but the giver of the gift."} "for out of the abundance of the heart
                 the mouth speaketh".Matthew 12:34b.
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