From God to You

Then shall every man have praise of {from} God– I Corinthians 4:5. This verse reveals one of the most amazing truths that I have ever known. When Christ returns for us then shall every man have praise of God. The word of is the Greek proposition apo meaning from. I once used to be afraid of the end, when judgments and condemnations were supposed to take place because I thought that the pit of hell was my destination. However, when I read this verse some years ago I was totally blown away. For in that great and glorious day when Christ returns, we Christians will have actual praise from God!” ~LMJ~

A Thankful Rescue

“Many a prayer has drifted off to the island of unanswered prayers when the spiritual connection becomes interrupted between the sender and the Receiver of prayer simply because of the absence of advanced thankfulness. (Thankfulness is how to properly address a sent prayer.) The unintended consequence of not being thankful has always been and will always be the cause of shipwrecked prayers. However, thankfulness guiding one’s prayer will see it to its intended destination at the safe harbor of heaven’s throne with the return address intact. So it would behoove us to get in the habit of always starting our prayers with something like the following ― God, my heavenly Father, I thank You in the name of Jesus Christ for. . . (your prayer request).” ~LMJ~