Wig’s Word of God Today 4-4-2011
Jesus said to him, “You may go; your son will live.” The man believed what Jesus said to him and left. John 4:50
Isaiah 65:17-21, Psalm 30 & John 4:43-54
We all enjoy a gift given to us freely by our confession of sinful ways providing all the chance to repent and confess with our mouths Jesus is the Son of the Living God. When we become in touch with the Living God He will teach us to follow His Way of faith, charity and love. Isaiah shares with us the Truth of a Savior who brings hope to our lives to accomplish His Will in Truth and in Deed. You can become in touch with His grace through daily reading of your Bible, prayer and proclamation. Choose a time every day and sit with the LORD to listen to His directions. Keep a writing tablet near by to pen any thoughts that come to mind. Listen in silence and pray the Our Father and He will teach you. The LORD may not teach you in your time but He will teach you in His time.
By sitting in silence you can learn to discover what God has in store for you. The Royal Official who sought Jesus out to heal his dying son learned to believe by his faith knowing Jesus would heal his son from afar. On the way home his slaves met him and told him his son was recovering and had taken a turn for the better at the same time Jesus said, “You may go; your son will live.” A healing occurred from a distance by his faith and your healing can occur too by your faith in the One and Only Son of God Who can eliminate any illness or trouble by our trust in His Truth. Take the time each day to get in touch with Jesus through practice, prayer and proclaiming and your love of loving the Son will guide you to become even closer to His Truth and thus live His Will completely. Amen.
So we ask in prayer: Dear God, we pray today to believe always Your Son will guide us to live in Truth by our faith and our works. May we be a people who loves living to accomplish Your Will for Your Glory. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.
Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins
“Spirit led God inspired Christ fed”
Repenting Never Quit- Psalm 30
Cry to Him
Healing is near
From your belief
Guidance so dear
His anger fades
Grace never ceases
Nighttime of prayer
Daytime of releases
Anger will stop
Love will commit
Life in thanksgiving
Repenting never quit
© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins April 4, 2011 @ 5:41 AM EST