I’m reading the word, meditating on true spiritual meaning and praying for both right and righteous opportunity

236 am, 24/10/2014

I’m reading Isaiah 41:13, Isaiah 48:10 and 17-18, Luke 16:11, John 16:13, 2 Timothy 2:5-6

I’m believing what I’m reading applies to me

Thank You Father and praise You

Thank You Lord Jesus and praise You

2.45 am, signing out

signing in again at 2.54 am

> what is good and what is better?

> “but what is Best in Alzheimer’s prevention and care?”

> what is not good enough to be right? > what is not good enough care to be righteous?

3.00 am, signing out

3.07 am, back in again, I apologize for the outs and ins but that is how I receive

what does it mean to be righteous?

> Here are a few points:

> speak my words unto them, whether they will hear, or whether they will forbear:                        for thy are most rebellious.    > Ezekiel 2:7

be strong in the Lord < Ephesians 6:10 > not in our strength ( Jeremiah 17:5 & 9 )

> be not slothful < Hebrews 6:12 >

> by love serve one another < Galatians 5:10 >

> speaking the truth in love, may grow up into him in all things, < Ephesians 4:15 >

> as we have opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith. < Galatians 6:10 >

> But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, James 1:22

> Be ye therefore perfect, even as ___________        < Matthew 5:48 >

> Because it is written, Be ye holy: for I am holy. < 1 Peter 1:16 >

signing out 3.29 am

3.35 am, logging in again

> that by these ye might be partakers of the divine nature,                                                           > having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust. < 2 Peter 1: 4 >

3.39 logging out again

3.44 am, in again

> why wait?

> why procrastinate?

> Do you not see two great opportunities?

> Who sees the benefits and a GREAT Blessing?

> Who will investigate and who will participate wholeheartedly?

> why be slothful? < Hebrews 6:12> or why  be lukewarm? < Revelation 3:16 >

>  but in the end, after all is said and done, it is your choice.

> but, let us just one more time look at

> Deuteronomy 30:19.

4.01 am, out again.


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