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Universal Utterings for 9-16-2014
Better a little with fear of the LORD than a great fortune with anxiety. Proverbs 15:16
Strive eagerly for the greatest spiritual gifts. First Corinthians 12:31
First Corinthians 12:12-31, Proverbs 15:15-19 & Luke 7:11-17
Looking for the Spirit in the simplest things overcomes the brashness of reacting in a rush allowing a real response to take place without worry of physical altercations or words that one might regret filling them with anxiety. Yes, I know it’s hard not to react when something happens that disrupts your tranquility but the greatest spiritual gift is the aptitude of patience in practice making prayer more powerful in proclaiming God’s purpose forsaking none living in the faith, hope and love of Jesus!
We all struggle with letting go and letting God but do we rush back in a moment’s notice and plead with God to forgive? The gift of the Spirit pushes its greatest influence upon you when we take the time to acknowledge His forgiveness in the thoughts, actions and deeds of the works He beckons us to accomplish in the Name of Salvation’s Charity. Feeling fear of God simply means we strive eagerly to practice, pray and proclaim every step of the way not allowing reactions to steer the way we respond in Jesus. Amen.
We ask in prayer. Dear LORD, we pray we eagerly strive to live in the Spirit of Love. We pray for Jeff. Prayers for Dr. Cruz-Peluca. LORD from Proverbs 15:18 I chant; “The ill-tempered stir up strife, but the patient settle disputes.” In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.
I am a poet obedient to Christ,
Evangelist Thomas Cruz†Wiggins
†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed†
Proverbs 15 15 thru 18 Disputes settled patient one meddled
Evil poor days to ignore
Feast continual heart good ritual
LORD fear little better to adhere
Anxiety fortune great possible extortion
Love herb is the dish to observe
Hatred ox fatted anger copycatted
Strife’s fill stirs tempers ill
Disputes settled patient one meddled
© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins September 16, 2014 5:17 AM EST