Word of God, Speak

20 thoughts on “Word of God, Speak”

  1. You ask two very thought provoking questions >> “Are we Jonah’s who fool ourselves into fleeing from the One who orchestrates our lives? Or are we Moses’ who will climb mountains to hear His voice?” My prayer is that I climb and not flee.

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  2. I love God’s Word, Julie! It’s our daily spiritual nourishment. Something we can’t live the victorious Christian life without. Love this thought from the prayer: “Lord, we praise Your name! Thank You for giving us the Holy Bible, Your Word which speaks to the unseen, which heals the broken, and makes beauty from despair’s ashes.” Amen!

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  3. Great post! ( I confess, when I read your title I wanted to skip the first three posts on FMF and go directly to your post.) Each person is gifted by God to see this weekly prompt in a unique way. I just enjoy reading your blog and other blogs so much!
    💛Terri D
    Could you please read my post ACRONYM•ACTIVE? I am number 8 on FMF,

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    1. Oh Terri! It is wonder-full to meet you here. Thanking Jesus for ministering to you in this post. I look forward to reading yours, number 8. Please be patient as I will not forget. Working today. In Christ, Julie

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  4. Amen, the Word of God is so active and thru Jesus, our Living Word, we are drawn into His story being written and lived out here. So amazing!! Thank you for these dear thoughts today. May the Lord bless your meditations on Him and give you His direction for your next time of speaking out His Word.

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      1. Thank you so much Julie. Yes, please pray that the allergic reaction that I had after the nerve block is just localized to the prep/wash that was used before the injection. It has settled down now, praise God, and I’m trusting Him for the next time to be ok! Love you Dear Sister!

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  5. Wonderful thoughts and post Ms. Julie. I too love how God speaks to me through the words He inspired so many centuries ago. His word truly is a living entity ma’am. For each subsequent generation can learn, grow, and prosper from it. While I know community (the fellowship of the body of Christ) is so important to help encourage and support our spiritual growth, it’s when it’s just me, God, and His word, one-on-one where I think I grow the most. God’s blessings for your wonderful and inspiring post ma’am.

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    1. Thank you J.D. for the encouragement here today. Like you, I do find the closer I am with Him in my private quiet time, the more I hear Him speak into my life. En-JOY what remains of this given day, brother. In Christ, Julie

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  6. I will always marvel at how great His ability is to speak through all of His creation. Everything that has come from His hand has a unique voice if we would only humble ourselves to listen. One of the greatest of His Words to me came through a simple dandelion. Let us never underestimate His ability to speak directly to us. If we stay humble and open He will delight us with amazing words through the most humble of circumstances. May His Words flow into and through my sister as you speak! Blessings to you!

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    1. Oh my yes, Homer, God’s heart is in every molecule of Creation. How beautiful that He used a dandelion to impact your life at a given moment. I relish any time I get with Him. And thank YOU for that blessing. I am tucking it into my heart. I speak not this Saturday but the following two.

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