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“Spread the Good News and do it with hope. Tell the young, the poor, the elderly, the uninformed, the sick, the dying - tell them all about Christ. Tell them of His power, and of His love; tell them of His exploits, and of His feelings; tell them of His peerless wisdom, and of His resplendent glory; tell them what He has done for the chief of sinners; tell it to them over and over again.”

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Israel, Behold Your King, see how humbly He comes; yet mighty in the power of the Spirit - fulfilling divine prophecies and resolutely ready to embrace the Cross.✝️ Messiah Jesus - Our Emmanuel. O love Him and laud Him, ye daughters and sons of Zion, ye children and heirs of God.❤️ 

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Prayer - Communication

I ask the Holy Spirit to teach me how to communicate and to help me speak to Him first before anything else.

Then I’ll get these immense feelings and my heart would be so heavy and I try and find all these other means to express and the Holy Spirit is like ‘hello it’s me! Speak to me!’ To the point that my head starts hurting and He gets my attention.

Then I laugh and remember the prayer I prayed and I start thanking Him and speaking to Him in tongues so he can take this dreadful headache away and I tell Him all that’s on my heart.

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•From Bethlehem … to Galilee•

~Matthew 21:14-22 KJV


Blind and lame men came to Jesus in the temple and He healed them. The chief priests and scribes were sore displeased when they saw the wonderful things that He did and the children crying in the temple: Hosanna to the son of David. They said unto Him: ‘’Hearest Thou what these say?’’ And Jesus said: ‘’Yea; have ye never read, Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings thou hast perfected praise?’’ The next morning Jesus was hungered and saw a fig tree in the way. He found nothing thereon when He came to it and said unto it: ‘’Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward for ever. And presently the fig tree withered away. The disciples marveled when they saw it and said: ‘’How soon is the fig tree withered away! Jesus said: ‘’If ye have faith, and doubt not, ye shall not only do this which is done to the fig tree, but also if ye shall say unto this mountain ⛰, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; it shall be done. And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.’’


📚We see that certain leaders or teachers were not happy with Jesus. Maybe some pastors or teachers are not happy with some of us as well. But we should never forget that live is about Jesus. Of course our boss at work and teacher of school are important, we should respect them, but we should do God’s will over all. 📚Jesus was hungry and wanted some fruit. There was none to be found. Maybe we are the fig tree. Jesus might be asking some stuff of us, but we don’t bear any fruit. Let’s pray that we will bear the right fruits. 📚Prayer, it is so important. Whatsoever you shall ask in prayer, BELIEVING, you shall receive. Faith is also very important. We can move mountains in that case. But let’s do right, look at James 4:3 —> Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask amiss, that ye may consume it upon your lusts.


April 6th - 2020 📜

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Message Of Love

“Jesus went …always pressing on toward Jerusalem.” Luke 13:22NLT

I awakened to the Lord saying, “This is life and death.” Later He said, “everyone is infected. They’re all dying. No one can live in that condition.”

“For the wages of sin is death.” Roman 6:23 NLT. Holy Spirit was right. No one can truly live in sin’s condition. But that wasn’t the entire verse. Oh glory to God, He didn’t leave us there with the sin-virus bringing death. “but the FREE gift of God is eternal life through Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Jesus pressed on to Jerusalem. He knew He was going to be tortured and murdered. People, I wouldn’t have pressed on, would you? I was thinking about all my special people, there’s twenty-four before adding spouses. You better believe I love them viciously, protecting them in their rottenness. There’s a great possibility, I’d take a bullet for them. But knowingly be tortured to death, I’m not sure.

Kim Walker sings a song, ‘How He Loves Us So.’ Yes, I’ve got to say, He loved us SO immensely, to press on to Jerusalem knowing the torture which was coming. Not saying, many believers haven’t taken torture and murder for Christ. Thousands yearly are murdered and some tortured for not denouncing the name of Jesus. But even those believers, nor any others went purposefully on their way to those torturing murderers. At least 99.9% were captured, not looking for death. Paul, being the odd man out, Acts 21:11-13, knowingly went looking for what he knew eventually  would kill him. He too pressed on to Jerusalem, because he wanted to deliver the message of grace to the Jews there.

Did you know the world still doesn’t want to know the message of love, mercy and grace? They would rather kill everyone, than allow the message of love to be spread about. Just like we’re now discovering the Coronavirus was made in a laboratory; given to the population with only the goal to make people suffer and die; all people are hated by satan and his servants.

Our Savior pressed on to Jerusalem for us. He took the sin-virus, with which every man is infected from birth, upon Himself. Jesus was tortured to give us a vaccine— His blood.

We’re coming into holy week, the celebration of Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection. Have you asked Jesus to come live inside of your core being? Did you give Him the right to be your Lord, your Master. If you haven’t asked Him to cure you of the sin-plague, do so now. Use your own words, acknowledging Jesus is God’s only Son; ask for His needed forgiveness for all which the sin-plague has done through you; then invite Him to live in your heart, and to be you God-Lord-Master.  He’ll show up and He’ll move in.

Also, I hope you will get a cracker, and some juice, right there in your home. Share the cracker and juice with those in your family, who have asked Jesus into their hearts. Look on line, or open your Bible to read aloud Luke 22-24, followed by reading 1Corinthians 11:23-32; eat the cracker realizing it has just become Christ’s flesh. Drink the juice realizing it has just become the blood of Jesus. Then sing, shout, dance, praise and glorify Jesus for “pressing on to Jerusalem” to set you free from the sin-plague. Choose God. Choose Christ. Choose life. Choose God’s free gift. It’s your choice. You choose.

PRAYER: Heavenly Father thank You for sending Jesus to die for our sin-plague. Thank You Jesus for being willing to come and die in our place. We praise You. Help up please to carry Your gospel of peace and salvation so others may choose You, in Jesus’ name I pray.

by Debbie Veilleux
Copyright 2020 You have my permission to reblog this devotional for others. Please keep my name with this devotional as author. Thank you.

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Growing up I always heard people talk about the promptings of the Holy Spirit as a warm fuzzy feeling in your chest or a happy feeling but that’s not how I’ve experienced it. I always experienced the promptings from the holy spirit as a tug. Like there’s a big rope attached to me and the Holy Spirit is pulling me towards where I need to go.

Maybe the Holy Spirit just knew that I wouldn’t respond to just feelings. That I’d dismiss them. Like one day I decided I wanted to test how far I could walk without my walker and with justa cane. So I decided that I wanted to walk to one of the local churches in the area on a Sunday. I almost walked to the Lutheran church but instead I felt that tug telling me to walk no further and to visit the local nondenominational fellowship church. There I ended up meeting with a family friend I hadn’t spoken with in quite a few years.

The way the Spirit manifests can be different for everyone but this is how it manifests for me.

How do you experience the promptings of the Holy Spirit?

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