This wonderful post by Maxine...well needs to be shared, read and passed on! We can NOT afford to walk the easy faith life especially now. I believe we will see Christ's return in the next decade so we must be living the hard faith...the sharing of the gospel...the walking the "straight & narrow"...doing what is… Continue reading DON’T SETTLE
Well, it appears that the Holy Spirit is moving within certain members of this community in reference to our King and Saviour.
So I must share both. Same story with different thoughts. I love how the Holy Spirit does that😊
Laura, thank for this wonderful post and opening my eyes to see a new perspective!!
In the ancient middle east, the majesty of a king was expressed by more than merely his robes and adornment, but also by his royal aroma.
Instead of being crowned during a coronation, Hebrew Kings were annointed with a sacred oil, heavily perfumed with the most expensive spices and only used for consecrating objects in the temple and anointing priests and kings. It’s aroma acted as an invisible crown, bestowing an aura of holiness on it’s recipients.
Even after their anointing, kings would perfume their robes with precious oils so that during royal processions, the fragrance of the expensive oils would inform the crowd that a king was passing by.
King David’s Wedding Psalm 45:7-8. King Solomon Song of Songs 3:6-7.
The word Messiah in Hebrew is Mashiach which literally means “The Annointed One”. (Christos or Christ is the Greek equivalent.) Therefore the word Messiah…
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This..yeah!!! This post deserves an award all by itself! Go check out Melissa's powerful heartfelt wonder! https://melissamclaughlin.org/2020/07/01/our-king-is-coming/
I enjoyed reading this article from one of my fellow Christian Marriage Bloggers. Go check it out. Are there other common marriage problems that you can think of? 20 Most Common Marriage Problems with 20 Solutions for Married Couples
Jessika’s words touched me just now. Then I just kept reading several posts of hers. She is authentic, open and honest. Go check out her blog please. I promise you will come away blessed as there are posts for everyone. Certain words and phrases brought to mind several of you that could relate in her posts. This just happened to be the one that struck a cord in me with her compassionate heart!
It’s been 3 years since he confessed hints of his infidelity over breakfast.
Initially, I blamed him.
I blamed his wandering eye.
I blamed his callous disregard.
I blamed his all-encompassing love for himself.
And initially, I blamed his adultery for the ultimate destruction of our marriage.
But now, years later, my heart has not only forgiven,
my heart has softened allowing my eyes to see things in a new light.
Now, I blame him less.
And instead, I blame our broken world more.
I blame the ever-cunning, always-persistent enemy more.
Matthew 5:28 tells us, “But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.”
Anyone. Who. Looks. At. A. Woman. Lustfully.
Not anyone who flirts.
Not anyone who touches.
Not anyone who engages in anything.
Throw it in reverse.
Anyone who so even LOOKS at…
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