Apr 06, 2020


V. E. Why weep for Jerusalem

(See bibliography, Michael Brown, 1992, p. 99-106)

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Judg 10:16
Isa 22:4
Isa 63:9
Jer 9:1
Jer 13:17
Lam 3:48-51
Amo 6:6
Lk 19:41-44
Lk 23:28-29
Rom 9:1-4
Heb 5:7
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Imran — 23 December 2012, 11:16

Apparently not if my life is any indication. From randieg scripture, it has became clear how important people really are. Of course, we know this and yet loneliness and isolation are everywhere (even in the church) in our current society. If we truly valued people, I do not think this would be so. I just spoke to a very social, very well-like person last week who mentioned she is thankful for busyness because it does not let her have time to become lonely. One thing for sure is that God values people. I recently lost my keys (actually my toddler hid them) and in a time of prayer God was able to focus my mind/heart on the fact that He feels about people the way I was feeling about my keys. I became very aware of how He misses/longs for the ones who are not in fellowship with Him the lost. His desire is that they would be saved/know Him. Of course, we also know this and yet claim to love Him despite interacting daily with the lost and often time not even caring. For me, I have decided to make it my ambition that I will not let those around me starve for the attention/affection I could so easily give them (or more accurately He could give them through me). I am far from doing this well, but it remains my ambition none the less. I am learning that the more difficult people are the more they need His Love/acceptance. It is the people that we really have reasons in the natural to stay away from that we should go to and love that they might repent and come into LIFE. May He give us Grace and open our eyes this Christmas season to those around us. May we see them through His eyes. Amen.

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Honey — 14 May 2012, 19:13

Step 4 – “Let us examine oelresvus and repent and turn again to the Lord. Let us lift our hearts and our hands to Him in Heaven” Lamentations 3:40-41 So, what’s so scary about step 4? After all, we are just looking at what we have done and what others have done to us. It’s already in the past and we can’t change it, but maybe by looking at how we behaved will help us change now, even though it sometimes hurts to remember. But was I ever really able to forget? Step 4 allowed me to discover why it really hurt and why I was afraid to even look at the past. Those “old guys” that wrote the steps sure were smart. I cannot turn again to the Lord and repent without self-examination. And once I set it all on paper, with the guidance of a sponsor, and really looked at what made me act like I did, the hurt began to fade, yesterday became less important than today, what had happened began to lose it’s power over me, and the future brightened ever so slightly as I began to understand that God was caring for me all along. He never turned away, I did. My resentments, my fears, and the harm I did others were what made me miserable. God didn’t do it, I did. My heart is lifted to Him in Heaven.