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God is Here, Where Are You?

God is ready and waiting for His children to call upon Him for help. Isaiah 65:1 states; “I was sought by those who did not ask for Me; I was found by those who did not seek Me.  I said here I am, here I am, to a nation that was not called by My name.”  This verse was a future reference to the Gentile nation coming to know God through salvation that is offered in Jesus Christ.  The word Gentile is the reference used in the Bible speaking about everyone who does not belong to the nation Israel. 


This verse depicts a picture of God stretching out His hands to His people saying “I am here ready to help you, all you have to do is call out to Me.”  Is the church today becoming more like the nation Israel?  As the church, are we trying to do ministry with our own power and strength instead of calling out to God for help?  When we ask God for help we are asking Him to change us.



Human but Godly

 Jesus leads the way for humanity to live in godliness.


We do not know much information about Jesus’ early life before He started His ministry at the age of thirty.  Every year we read about the birth of Jesus at Christmas and then we have a snap shot of Him visiting the temple in Jerusalem when He was twelve.  Other than that, we do not hear much about Jesus’ life. 



Having a Good Reputation

Each one of us is responsible for our own reputation!

A disciple named Timothy in the Bible was a person who had a heart for the Lord. Timothy did not come from and all Christian family. His mother and grandmother were Jews who came to know Jesus and his father was Greek and one who did not put his faith in Christ. However, the prayers and the witness of his mother and grandmother allowed Timothy to make the right choice and to choose Jesus.


Life’s Uncertainties

Life’s uncertainties are overcome by faith and trust in God!

Consider the birth of Jesus. “So it was, that while they were there, the days were completed for her to be delivered. And she brought forth her firstborn Son, and wrapped Him in swaddling clothes, and laid Him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn.” Luke 2:6-7