4/29/2020

Blessed be God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which according to His abundant mercy hath begotten us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, — 1 Peter 1:3

That the trials of your faith, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ: — 1 Peter 1:7

Whom having not seen, ye love; in whom, though now ye see Him not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory: — 1 Peter 1:8

Receiving the end of your faith, even the salvation of your souls. — 1 Peter 1:9

Author: Margaret from soulfood101blog

Praying the world will read God's Word for themselves, and not rely on what someone else tells them His Word says or means.

10 thoughts on “4/29/2020”

  1. Thank you sister for posting such powerful scripture verses. I always enjoy reading your posts. You miss Margaret are one of the Christians here on WordPress who I can recommend to anyone without the slightest reservation.

    Will you please go to my post and welcome a new Christian to WordPress? She is the mom in a family that we fellowship with, and she doesn’t know anybody here on WordPress, (she just recently joined).

    You’ll find her in the comments,

    http://leeposkey.com/2020/04/12/an-unexpected-huge-blessing-from-god/

    Oh, and if you think of someone else who would be a good friend for her, would you please pass the word?

    I thank you. 😇

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    1. Why thank you Brother that is some very kind words and it means a lot :) I certainly will. I have been missing a bit of posts for the past couple of days. As I explained about getting glasses and having to get use to them. I thought when you get glasses everything would just clear up. I had no idea that it would mess with my head so much. I mean everything did clear up I guess I was so use to things not being clear it is taking some adjustment time :) BUT I will right now go and take a visit with her :)

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      1. Thank you very much miss Margaret.

        And I’ve been wearing glasses for about the last 10 years, and I relate to your adjustment.
        But your reading comfort will improve. 😀

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      2. It sure made everything very clear! I had some readers but when I started needing them to see EVERY THING hahaha we decided best go get some glasses. We got the exams a couple of weeks before the pandemic hit. I had been putting off getting them because 1. The eye place was closed and 2. I didn’t feel they were a necessity. Then the LORD blessed me with some masks so I went and picked them up :) It is getting better every day. Just strains my eyes and brain but a little less each day :)

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      3. I was just funnin about your glasses.

        Is your adjustment to living away from your familiar home getting any better?

        If it’s any consolation to you, I grew up in tinytown hickville, and I never fully adjusted to Houston when living there for decades.
        Hence, we’re back in rural gulf coast Texas, not far from where we grew up.

        So it’s not a Texas thing that is hard to adjust to.
        It’s a being in a big cold city thing that’s hard to adjust to.

        I remember hearing Joe Diffie song, “home” and crying for being homesick for my hometown of Anahuac Texas.
        But work sometimes takes a person where a person never expects.

        But other personalities can live all over the place and adjust well. I’m just not one of those people.

        I’m telling you this just for the off chance that you may need to hear something like that, so that you don’t feel like a loser for having a tough time adjusting to the big city.

        God bless you and your family my friend.

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      4. Well I didn’t feel like a loser but now that you mention it hahaha Now I am kidding you :) I think I am doing much better than ever could have been imagined but thats how it is with God, is it not? No one, not even me thought I’d get here. Everyone said I’d back out, that it would be more commuting like the past 2 decades BUT I truly put my trust in God. He knows what is best, and if He didn’t want me here then I would not be here. I get homesick but then again I get “Home sick” for heaven too. So, it is natural. Plus God never said everything He wants for us will always be comfortable.

        I was getting into a groove, driving all by myself like a big girl when the virus stuff happened. I am still driving because hubby is working from home(mostly) so I am the one going out and getting supplies.

        When this is over, I’ll be able to really get out and see the great state of Texas proper, right along with the rest of the world :)

        Thank you for always being so encouraging Brother. It is a blessing :)

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