January 8, 2006
Come Lord Jesus
Let the reader understand.  Matthew 24:15

It is possible to err when we read the Bible, which may give rise to
false teachings.  The problem is not with the Bible, of course, but with
the imperfect human mind.  To guard against misunderstanding, God
adds explanatory sentences in many places.
Let us read God's written Word diligently and carefully, considering
the text and the context.
There is always the main point in Scripture - that we find the promises
of Jesus Christ, our Redeemer from sin and death.

Oh, Lord Jesus Christ, open our eyes and minds through Word
and Spirit, to the truths of the salvation he has provided for us.
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January 9, 2006
Today is Sunday!  Praise the Lord God!  Shout for joy!  It is a day to greet
God and ask Him into our lives!

Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth.  Psalm 100:1

We are in church today to celebrate, to give thanks, and to enumerate our
blessings.  God is a consistent God.  He is the beginning and the end, the
Alpha and the Omega.  God will be there to guide us to the end.  No matter
your sorrow, no matter your gladness God is there.  Just take the time to
notice that God is not on the side lines or in the margins of the page.  God is
active and with us always!  Knowing this is worth shouting to the rafters with

Thank you God for your many blessing!  I ask that you would continue
to bless and enrich my life with your presence.  I praise Your Name
God Most High!

Take time to read Psalm 65 it states the reasons for thankfulness and praise
on this wonderful Sunday as we celebrate the Epiphany of our Lord Jesus
Christ.  We no longer walk in darkness we walk in the light of the Messiah!

The people walking in darkness have seen a great
light.   Isaiah 9:2