A special tree in the meadow.
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The jewel tree.
“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit. John 15:5 New International Version
A branch never worries about having sap to nourish it. It is totally dependant upon the tree.
So too it is with us. We need not worry about where or when Jesus will supply us with means to serve Him. He will supply it for us.
One night I had a dream. I was led into a beautiful meadow. There was a tree in the middle if it with many different jewels hanging from its branches. There was a sunbeam that shone on it to make it sparkle.
That morning while listening to:” Thank you for giving to the Lord” visions came to me of all the people I shared Jesus with and became Christians. They are the jewels in the tree.
When you walk with Jesus, He will give you opportunities to share Him with others. Then you too will have your tree of precious jewels.
Prayer: Please Holy Spirit Shammah (He is present) walk with me today and guide me to opportunities to serve you by serving others.
I ask in the name of He who served while He walked on the earth Jesus Christ. Amen.
May you be blessed with love, peace and joy.
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