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17, For we are not like so many, who peddle the word of God for profit; but we are speaking in Christ before God as persons of sincerity, as persons sent from God. 2 Corinthians 2


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Teach us To Pray Oct 25, 2013 1 Comment

What is it that quickly gets our attention? Where are we running off to? Distractions, frustrations, lust, greed, fill our days. We are filled with feeding at the trough of self-indulgence, our affections and appetites. Our plates are full of tastes of the world. Look at us now, barns all filled; Solomon was not as arrayed as our grandchildren. From early until late we respond to emergency, the urgent. Duty calls, hungry, angry we meet the challenge of the moment. We arise and go, drawing us away to our own love of what satisfies. The arousal of emotion that beats in our hearts, feelings that fill us up with what entertains. Surface relationships, short term interests, escapes from reality take us into spaces of happiness based upon happenings. To be honest with ourselves, to get real with where we are headed, being brutal in our assessment of why we do what we do for enjoyment. We want to admit to where real joy is. Believe what is true, clean and decent. Care for what God cares about. “Casting all our cares upon Him, for He cares for us.” Where do we go, but to the Lord? Who is the Maker and the Master of our living? These first love thoughts about you, Jesus, makes us blush in confession of whatever separates us. We feel forgiven, cleansed and in your presence, accepted during this secret quiet time place being alone with you. What we ask for ourselves we ask for others who would cry out to you too, knowing you hear us and answer any who ask. This is just who you are; it has very little to do with our asking, it is what you have created us for; to bring glory to your name.