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The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone. Psalm 118:22 New International Version
Deep down everyone knows there is a God.
Yet many reject Him.
Because, they refuse to obey Him.
So when you are sharing Jesus with someone in a non-confrontational way and people laugh at you do not be insulted or surprised. Look up the word rejected in a Bible concordance and see how many times in history people have rejected God.
Yes it is heartbreaking, especially when it is someone you love like a family member.
When you feel that sadness, think of how sad God feels. Then, silently say: I do not reject You God. I love You.” Say it is the same way a mother or father says it lovingly and reassuringly to their child when they are hurt.
Prayer: Jehovah Abba (God our Father) it hurts when people reject You and I know it hurts You even more. When that time comes I close my eyes and picture giving You and big hug and saying: I love You my precious Papa. I say this in the name of He who loved us some much He suffered torture and a horrible death for me Jesus Christ. Amen.
May the sweet sunshine of Jesus' precious love bless you today and every day.
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