Let us come to the mountain of the Lord, here He will teach us His ways.
Today I write to the ďpoorĒ not so much those without money but the spiritual weak and insecure. These are the people of this day. You complain that God does not here your prayers nor see your despair. Nevertheless, you donít consider where you come from. The Land of milk and honey is abundant but you donít partake in the prize. Complain if you must but your sorrow will increase if you donít listen to my Voice in your hearts.
Hear my Voice clearly, you have no wants. Can you eat today; others around you have no food like Haiti. I pray for them so God will restore them. You work hard for your money Iíll pray for Haiti harder than you work for money. For it is written, ďIíll show you my faith through my good works.Ē
The time has come to preach the Word of God to the World. They wonít like what I have to say. Most will die for hardened hearts care of this world. Remember Luke 8:4-15 where Jesus explained how a farmer scattered seed (the word of God) across his field, some fell on the footpath, some fell on the shallow soil, some fell among the thorns, while other fell on fertile soil. Whereas the seed, which fell on the footpath, represents those who hear the message, but the Devil comes, steals it away, and prevents them from believing and being saved. The seed that fell on the shallow soil represents those who hear the message with joy. But like young plants in such soil, their roots donít go very deep. They believe for a while, but they wilt when the hot winds of testing blow. The thorny ground represents those who hear and accept the message, but all too quickly the cares and riches and pleasures of this life crowd out the message. Therefore, they never grow into maturity. But the good soil represents honest, good-hearted people who hear Godís message, cling to it, and steadily produce a huge harvest.
As it were Joseph raised up took his wife to Bethlehem in Judea now the Lord will increase His word to His people once again as He did in the past to save His name sake. Come let us go to the mountain of the Lord to learn of His ways.
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