My heart is moved with pity for the crowd, because they have been with me now for three days and have nothing to eat. Mark 8:2

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Wig’s Word of God Today 2-11-2012


My heart is moved with pity for the crowd, because they have been with me now for three days and have nothing to eat. Mark 8:2


1 Kings 12:26-32; 13:33-34, Psalm 106 & Mark 8:1-10


I think it’s safe to say God had pity on the children He created as anyone of us would have pity for our children in their daily needs, challenges or downfalls. He is moved to feed them from the deepest quality our LORD has of being of Mercy, Tenderness and Compassion. He is moved by love and His love created the world for His pleasure. When seeking the divine, we utilize love to become love in our every thought, action and exploit. We wrap ourselves around the Light of Christ as a endowment not to own but to give away. The more you share His Truth the more He grows in your will to live for His Will.


I don’t know about you, but I love talking, sharing and learning from each other as to enjoy the increase of spiritual awareness of my surrender to the Father wrapped up in the Son lifted by the Holy Spirit. The sound of rain outside as I write reminds me of how special His pity is by giving us water to survive and a cleaning of heart constantly to live refreshed and Redeemed. Share His Pity with a friend as he would share pity with you. Be moved to walk in His Light and watch how people are drawn to seeking the Light of Faith. God’s joyful rain is cleaning up Miami right now to welcome the One Conference at UM’s Bank United Center. I know Hillsong United is playing Sat and Sun nights and they are selling tickets to online at I pray people stop and pray at Prayer Point today to lift up our great nation and bring awareness to life.


We pray by God, His Son and His Spirit to show pity as needed just as You LORD show pity on us. We pray for the success of the One Conference this weekend. We continue our Novena of prayers for Robert M. in NJ. We pray for healing in faith, hope and love of the United States of America. We pray for “40 Days of Life” to close abortion clinics. We pray for Prayer Point on site this morning at the abortion mill. We pray for the Emmaus Team in NJ. We pray for LIFE FM. We pray for our spouses, children, family, friends, and the unknown Christ-like people we pray with every day. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.


God Bless His Truth for America,

Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins

Romans 8:28

Spirit led God inspired Christ fed


About four thousand His grace fed by His pity– Mark 8:1-10


In days of old Jesus was with crowd

Speaking His Truth gaining the proud

In pity He said He must feed them all

Three days they’ve gone hungry to crawl


Where can we get food to feed each face?

Where can we satisfy them LORD in this place?

We are a great distance from nourishment to waste

The energy of seeking the food in a blinding haste


What do we have? Jesus chimed in

In the loaves and fish to have them begin

As He ordered the crowd to sit down and dig in

Saying the blessing to multiply bread within


They ate and were satisfied from His ditty

His Truth engaged the rights of the city

The people of God who know He’s pretty

About four thousand His grace fed by His pity


© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins February 11, 2012 @ 4:55 AM EST

One Response to "My heart is moved with pity for the crowd, because they have been with me now for three days and have nothing to eat. Mark 8:2"

  1. Jordan Posted on March 7, 2012 at 2:27 pm

    Oh boy. I have been processing this for, well, since you potsed. As is often the case, I stumbled upon another blog posting about prayer, and it was in such a convoluted way, I know I was meant to. When I first read this, it made me uncomfortable, because how can we pray expectantly for something when we don’t know God’s intention? After sitting with it for a while, I’m less uncomfortable, but now have questions. And, perhaps I may answer them, even as I ask.Here’s a thought that comes to me as I wonder whose prayers God didn’t answer in scripture. Do you know who I came up with? Jesus. My Father, if it be possible, let this cup pass from me; nevertheless, not as I will, but as you will. Matthew 29:39 ESV The cup did not pass.So, I guess there are two things going on, one of which I am woefully inadequate to address, and the other, I am probably also inadequate to address.God answers prayer according to His will and our free will. I do believe there is authority in scripture, but I also believe there is a fullness of time we do not understand.I agree, to beg plead and make disclaimers limits us. It certainly does not limit God. But the question is where do we place our expectancy? I believe in the fullness of time, God *will* heal His people. I believe today He *might* heal, and He might not. But I expect that He can. And I know that even as we walk with a thorn in our sides, He is still able to far exceed anything we ask.I would love feed back, because I am still wondering if I even really understood what you are sharing. As I wrote in my last post, I am trying to see things as they are, rather than through my filters, but, I’ve got 40 years of layers here, so it’s no easy feat! Cassandra

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