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Daisy Mahoney

Daisy Mahoney

I was listening to a song today entitled “Jesus Rescued Me”. In the song it talkes about the mountains in our lives seeming too high and sometime we feel we are crossing rivers that are too wide. We dont have to worry because Jesus will rescue us. He climbs our mountains with us and he even carries us across those wide rivers. He is our strength that keeps us going.I know there are some people today feeling some discouragement but just remember Psalms 46:1, God is my refuge, my strength, and a very present help in trouble. He also said, Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavey laden and i will give you rest. He willdo that for each one that feels that way. I also just want to say to my pastors, Bro. Mark and Sis. Kim, that i love you both, I am praying for you and i am there behind you to help hold up your hands when they get weary and tired. To them and my church family I just say I love you all and we know for sure that Jesus will certainly Rescue Us. Have a blessed day the rest of this day and your day tommorrow.

Written By Daisy Mahoney

Is The Church Living For God Today?

Is The Church Living For God Today?.

Today’s Daily Scripture is from the book of Acts. How God wants All to hear the Word of God and Believe!!!!

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This is truly and Awesome look at your perspective. Enjoy.

Healthy Happy Loving Life!

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Today’s UpBeat Living theme is how light our hearts can stay, regardless of what is happening.  We can have deadlines, noisy roommates, lost objects, and a meal overdue, but still stay in a light and pleasant mode.  We have choices as to what we let “bother” us.  If we are determined to feel good and feel happy, when we are solidly centered in our Peace Within, it is hard for any stress to “bother” us.  To illustrate this today, we share a story, author unknown, captured long ago from the great Internet Library of Circulating Stories.  Enjoy, and be light!

This is about an 88-year-old Christian Grandma’s driving experience.  Grandma writes:

Dear Grand-daughter,

The other day I went up to our local Christian book store and saw a ‘Honk if you love Jesus’ bumper sticker .  I was feeling particularly sassy…

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Can the Holy Bible be summed up in just 3 verses? Yes it can!

John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, & the Word was with God, & the Word was God.

Let us break this down a little so that we can all understand what is really being said here. In the beginning was the Word & the Word (Here the “Word” is Jesus Christ, He is the Living Word) was with God, & the Word was God. (God the Father, God the Son, & God the Holy Spirit, so one can say that Jesus Christ is the 2nd Member of the Godhead.)

Looking deeper into this we can see that our “Lord Jesus Christ” as well as the “Word” are one & one being the same. With this being said we can also say that the “Written Word” & the “Living Word” are one & one being the same.

John 1:14 And the Word was made flesh, & dwelt among us, (and we beheld His Glory, the Glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of Grace & Truth.

Again, let us look deeper into this scripture. And the Word was made flesh (This is telling us that “God became man” referring to the “Incarnation”) & dwelt among us, (& we beheld His Glory, the Glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of Grace & Truth.

We learn here that the “Word” did become “Flesh.” Are next question is: Why? The only answer to that question is:

John 1:29 Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world.

So, looking at this as a whole we know that the “Word” became “flesh” to be Crucified on the “Cross” so that all of the “sin of the world” that came to us because of the “Fall of man” can be “taken away.” God is an Everlasting God, so for God to be able to die He must become flesh. This being the “only” answer for the salvation of the human race. “IF” there was any other way, don’t you think God would have used it instead of becoming flesh and dieing on the Cross of Calvary?

If you have stayed with me this far, lets get a little deeper on this subject. Have you noticed that John called Jesus Christ the “Lamb of God”?  This reference was not made by mistake. Beginning in Chapter 4 of Genesis we have the sacrifice of a lamb for each person, during the Exodus we have a lamb for each household, then after that it became a lamb for a nation. But all those millions and millions of sacrificed lambs from the beginning of Creation till the death of Jesus Christ at Calvary’s Cross could do nothing but paint over the sin of the world.

When Jesus Christ died on the Cross of Calvary, He became the “Only” Lamb needed to washed all sins of the world clean for eternity. So we can actually say that Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of all those millions of sacrificed lambs that were offered during the Old Testament times.

We now know that the entirety of the Word of God can be summed up in just these three verses: John 1:1, 14, & 29

And, one verse says it all: 1st Cor. 1:23 “Jesus Christ & Him Crucified” !!!!


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