Jesus Restores our Hope

I walked in the dark
The moon shone above
I lifted my eyes and sought Him.
My voice was still
Yet my heart cried out
In my utterance He caught me.
Blessings and power
from God above.
Rest, the battle is won!

 What power the blood of Jesus Christ, the Lamb of God, slain for the sins of this world, has over those who believe.  All will bow to the Lord of Lords and King of Kings: Those who are in power today, those who were in power yesterday, and all those who will be in power tomorrow.  We each will be held accountable for our ways and in that we can rest. We do not battle flesh and blood, but the darkness of the mind and heart.

I choose every day to hold onto the Joy of the Lord! Let the winds of change blow into your life and sweep away the negative and bring in the positive energy of Jesus! In Him there is no darkness. The Peace of His Death will cover you and the Risen, Anointed King of the New Jerusalem, can work in your life today. These days are a dress rehearsal for the Greatest Show on Earth. That day, which no one knows the hour, will shine brighter than Hollywood and will last longer than silent pictures.  Faith in the God of Promises, preserves those who will share in the blessings to come. You can be an overcomer in Jesus. Will you share in the Joy of the Lord?

Philippians 4:4 KJ “Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice.”

1 Thessalonians 5:16 KJ “Rejoice evermore.”

Pray this with me: Psalm 25:18 KJ “Look upon my affliction and my pain; and forgive all my sins.” For those who know Christ, ask for restoration and for those who do not know Jesus, let Him bring salvation to your soul. Know that you are forgiven. Accept it. Believe it. Receive it. Keep it close to your heart. Forgive yourself. Make room to grow. Seek friends. Seek counsel. Seek and choose life, hope, joy and faith. Let love surround you, your family and friends. Then reach out to the lost and lonely. In Jesus name, AMEN!

Psalm 33:1 NIV “Sing joyfully to the LORD, you righteous; it is fitting for the upright to praise him.”

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