The greatest among you must be your servant. Anyone who raises himself up will be humbled, and anyone who humbles himself will be raised up. Matthew 23:11-12

Categories: Wig's Word of God Today- Scripture Discernment and Poetry

Wig’s Word of God Today 3-6-2012


If you are willing to obey, you shall eat the good things of the earth. But if you refuse and rebel, the sword shall eat you instead — for Yahweh’s mouth has spoken. Isaiah 1:19-20


The greatest among you must be your servant. Anyone who raises himself up will be humbled, and anyone who humbles himself will be raised up. Matthew 23:11-12


Isaiah 1:10, 16-20, Psalm 50 & Matthew 23:1-12


I was talking to a close friend last night about the difficulty of praying for someone who is so ugly and disrespectful to our right to pray for the unborn that it is very hard to pray for the person’s conversion. There are times when we both just want to lash out at this person and return ugliness and rudeness for ugliness and rudeness. I was reminded as we spoke of the very first time I realized who the person was who is so rude and ugly that I walked over and placed my hand on her shoulder and indentified myself as someone she had known since I was probably 11.


I had not seen since her sister’s death and my father’s moving from Miami to Georgia. The opposition leader of the abortion mill was in fact a past step family member who I knew very well and for a very long time whose sister was married to my dad. As I laid my hand on her shoulder that day and said, “Do you remember me? It’s Tommy Wiggins,” she about fell over as a comrade of hers asked, “Are you coming to join our side.” With a smile and a squeeze of my palm on her shoulder I replied, “No, I’m here to let you know I’m praying for you.” I haven’t stopped praying for her since.


Today I am reminded again from Scripture of our need to be constant in our humility and patience in prayer when it comes to dealing with the people of the world that hate, act rude or seem ugly. Jesus said people are going to hate you because you love Him and He reminds us the world hated Him first before they hated you and that we should always be steadfast in prayer for those who persecute you. I must admit this woman is tough to love let alone pray for but I urge us to follow God’s own advice and pray constantly for her own conversion as well as the humility to remain prayerful in word, action and deed. Amen.


By Father, Son and Holy Ghost we to live in humility for those who persecute our belief of Your Son’s Truth. I’m praying for my mom’s complete recovery LORD. We pray for “40 Days of Life” volunteer prayer people who are on-scene from 7 am to 7 pm daily through Easter. We pray for the Emmaus Team in NJ. We pray for LIFE FM. We pray for all people. Jhaysonn my brother I’m praying for you hard Bro. 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

God Will Exalt the Humble to Eternally Stay


The life of humility may seem hard

Stay steadfast in prayer to never bar

The ugly and sinful from prayer’s a far

The LORD guides us to live as His mark


Lifted on high the humble at heart

The beginning was a terrible start

Sinful and prideful to separate and part

The LORD’s Truth to live from the heart


Gain wisdom and understanding of how to act

From God’s Word establishing His pact

Be ready to say kind words to sinners each day

Though ugliness is thrown in your face as you pray


God Will Exalt the Humble to Eternally Stay


© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins March 6, 2012 @ 5:09 AM EST

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