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by: Don Carmichael

07/18/2022

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Almost funny, but really not.  How many times do we really think before we act?  Are we thinking as we drive or just driving?  Your life may depend on your answer!  We don’t have to stop and think to answer a call, but it does help to stop and ask God for favor or calmness first, as we have discussed.  Think.  Remember.  Actively engage.  Think.
“I will remember the LORD’s works; yes, I will remember Your ancient wonders.  I will reflect on all You have done and meditate on Your actions.”  No different than our own memories being important, remembering God’s person and works will add both humility and certainty to whatever we are doing; and yes, remembering and meditating is thinking.  Remembering not only the crossing of the Red Sea by Moses and company and Jesus walking on the waters of the Sea of Galilee, but remembering also His mighty works in our own lives is important.  Actually thinking.  Meditating on them and the people involved.  Times of rescue, a check in the mail or still being alive after an accident.  Remembering.  Thinking.  Then, thanking.
‭‭Father, thank You for Your constant providential care and provisioning, Your plan for each of us, Your mighty and majestic works, all founded on Your love which never falters.  May we sing from our hearts of Your care and love, as we think of Your tender mercies.
“Finally brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable — if there is any moral excellence and if there is anything praiseworthy — think on these things.”  Engage!
Psalms‬ ‭77:11-12‬, Philippians‬ ‭4:8‬ ‭CSB‬‬ ‬‬
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Almost funny, but really not.  How many times do we really think before we act?  Are we thinking as we drive or just driving?  Your life may depend on your answer!  We don’t have to stop and think to answer a call, but it does help to stop and ask God for favor or calmness first, as we have discussed.  Think.  Remember.  Actively engage.  Think.
“I will remember the LORD’s works; yes, I will remember Your ancient wonders.  I will reflect on all You have done and meditate on Your actions.”  No different than our own memories being important, remembering God’s person and works will add both humility and certainty to whatever we are doing; and yes, remembering and meditating is thinking.  Remembering not only the crossing of the Red Sea by Moses and company and Jesus walking on the waters of the Sea of Galilee, but remembering also His mighty works in our own lives is important.  Actually thinking.  Meditating on them and the people involved.  Times of rescue, a check in the mail or still being alive after an accident.  Remembering.  Thinking.  Then, thanking.
‭‭Father, thank You for Your constant providential care and provisioning, Your plan for each of us, Your mighty and majestic works, all founded on Your love which never falters.  May we sing from our hearts of Your care and love, as we think of Your tender mercies.
“Finally brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable — if there is any moral excellence and if there is anything praiseworthy — think on these things.”  Engage!
Psalms‬ ‭77:11-12‬, Philippians‬ ‭4:8‬ ‭CSB‬‬ ‬‬
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living w/god: Baptismal speech

I am Desire and this is my son Enrique Gianluca. Today, I am here to share with you how God has changed my life.

For a long time, I wondered why, why things were not happening the way I wanted them to happen, after all, I was working hard, I was providing, I was strong, and I trusted myself.  As I looked for answers, I turned to the world, but the world was not providing answers.  I found myself blind, hopeless, and disoriented, and I lost all perspective. In my desperation, I turned to Christ, and I asked Him to come into my life and free me from this burden and guide me to live for him.

It was not until God heard my request that I received answers. The day that He knocked on my door and I opened my heart to Him was the day I understood I inflicted this pain on myself because, for a long time, I trusted myself instead of trusting Him, I relied on myself when I should rely on His promise. Jesus said on Matthew 11: 28-29 “Come upon Me all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from Me. For I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your soul, and My yoke is easy, and my burden is light

When God came into my life, he offered me a new beginning, a new life, and I embraced it with open arms because for the very first time, I understood that I am not alone and I should not be afraid because everything is under His control, not mine, and so I trust Him, and today I declare Him as my savior, my refuge, and my strength.

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