This may be several days old but the message is powerful for this entire season! Jesus may come tomorrow! He may come a long time hence (though I think the former more likely than the latter). What will He find you doing?
LOVE-HOPE-PEACE In Our Changing World
Black Friday… a day when multitudes of Americans act irrationally, creating retail chaos. I would like to share with you a Christ-like alternative to camping out in front of a store, charging through the doors when they’re opened, grabbing items from other people’s hand and completely forgetting the truth of Christmas. Take a few minutes please to watch this video. If it moves you, please go to the Gospel For Asia link in my Christian missions section. The past three years I haven’t purchased many gifts for my “huge” family (7 grown adult children, their mates and my 15 grandchildren). But, I have given gifts in the names of my children and grandchildren to families throughout the poorest areas of Asia. There are 3 things we take for granted in this country– food, warm clothing and clean water. Millions of Asian fathers or widowed mother are unable to provide…
View original post 97 more words
Hi Pastor J! Well, He won’t likely find me shopping–but it’s a good bet I’ll be writing an email, or commenting on His blogs! God bless you and the fam–love, sis Caddo
Awesome Sis! When Jesus comes may He find us changing the world one word one soul at a time!
What a great reblog! Lord, I pray you find me doing your work Lord. Let me be sensitive to the Spirit leading me. Thank you, Pastor J, many blessings to you.
Amen Deb! May we be wasted for Jesus!
Thank you for reblogging! I just heard of a Gospel For Asia at another blog today! God bless you for spreading His love and ways to share it!
This just touched my heart so. The church staff this year is forgoing presents for each other and we are giving our gift money to the work of the Lord! Time is short!
I commented on this on Stephanie’s blog. We also support Gospel for Asia and love to receive advice of gifts given on our behalf.
Yes, time is running out and once again I am reminded of the words written in the diary of Jim Elliot that I ‘pinched’ for my life motto:
“So live, that when you come to die, you have nothing left to do, but die”
I love this quote Angela!