Monday, June 27, 2016

You are precious in God's eyes!


πŸ’¦ If you are the Lord's Redeemed, it doesn't really matter what people think or say about you. They may be quick to judge from what they see and hear.
πŸ’¦ But what really matters is what God thinks about you because He is the only One who can see your heart and knows even your innermost thoughts!
πŸ’¦ It does not really matter in people reject you, God will accept you the way you when you come to Him and He will mould you into a beautiful vessel and make you the apple of His eye and call you a man/woman after His own heart.
πŸ’¦ In your spiritual walk you sure don't need people who will throw your past on your face but a God who has forgiven your past and remember them no more and reminds of your Glorious future with Him in Heaven.
πŸ’¦You do not need to feel discouraged listening to the accusations of the devil. He is a 'master deceiver', 'father of all lies' and 'the accuser of the brethren.'
God is still working on each of us so that the day we see Him, we will be like Him!
🌺 1 John 3:2 "Beloved, now we are children of God; and it has not yet been revealed what we shall be, but we know that when He is revealed, we shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as He is."
Be encourage reading God's Word and you are Yeshua's beloved!

God bless!

Julia

🌺 1 Thessalonians 5:23 "Now may the God of peace Himself sanctify you completely; and may your whole spirit, soul, and body be preserved blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. 24 He who calls you is faithful, who also will do it."

Sunday, June 19, 2016

When dad goes and never returns

"Honor your Father & your mother that your days may be long upon the land, which the Lord your God is giving you." Exodus 20:12



Doris Haase writes:

"When my Parents would go away, Mother would tell me that Aunt Ethel was going to take care of me. They always returned.

But when I was 5, Daddy got sick. He went away in an ambulance and Mumma told me he wouldn't be coming home.

When Daddy's strong arms had wrapped around me in a bear hug, I always felt warm & protected. But now everything changed. I crawled far under my blankets at night, trying to feel safe.

My mother came & sat beside me. " You miss daddy don't you honey?", she asked softly. "Well so do I. But you still have a Father-God Who lives in Heaven, let's talk to Him."
"Our Father" she said so earnestly, that I knew someone was really listening. "We need to feel Your Presence so we'll know we are not alone!"
Then she began to cry holding me. I pressed my face against her shoulder and let my tears soak her dress.

"Father-God" I whispered. Slowly a new comforting feeling filled me. I felt safe again, the way I used to when daddy was home,"
By: Doris Haase

Can we tell the dads in our midst how much we love them and appreciate them?
Let us pray for them and speak a blessing over them today & not when they are gone!
God bless all days not just today but always....
Leslie Rajkumar you sure a great dad to your children!!

Julia

Thursday, June 9, 2016

Whisper a prayer....


So many people pass by us daily, as we walk the street, shop and others we rub shoulders with when we travel by bus/train. We sure can whisper a prayer for the one who sits, walks, stands close to us.
We may not know his/her name, Jesus does and He moves.
One day in eternity we will know the answers to these quick, shooting prayers. What a joy to hear our Lord say, "He's saved, this one was healed and that one missed an accident because you prayed".
Keep praying!

Julia

Monday, June 6, 2016

An Interesting Conversation I had with someone on Indian Politics:

This is my 1st political blog! As some of you know when dad was alive, he was a Congress supporter, a congress worker who served the party (and also served in the Church) with dedication all his life, so win or lose, I am an INC supporter and always will be!
I walk dad's path .....

Here below is an Interesting Conversation I had with someone on Indian Politics:

The other day, someone asked me "Why do you still support Congress a 'Sinking ship'"? 
I answered, "Because the ship may be struggling to stay afloat now, but it has sailors who are strong, well informed, have faced many storms together, so will get their hands and heads together with the Captain and see it pass through the storm. You think we are underwater? You are mistaken! We still are afloat! You think our sailors are tired? Some may be bowed down but will rise up stronger!" 
This person said, "But many sailors are abandoning this ship to save their lives." 
I said, "True sailors & warriors stay, let the fence sitters go. Anyways it is hard times that show who are committed. A true "sailor" not only stays around in the most difficult time but will steer us back to ground! A few true "sailors", "warriors" "volunteers" "workers" "leaders" who stay by us through our difficult and dark times, are better than many fairweather followers, who fade away in our hard times." 
This person asked, "So you will support Congress always?" 
I said, "You doubt that? Look at the ideology of this party, the heritage it has left behind, no party stands in comparison to it. I am and will be a Congress supporter!" 
I added, "I don't say the Congress party never failed, has no flaws or has made no mistakes. Who is perfect on earth? But place all the political parties in a plater and ask me to pick one, it will be INC (Indian National Congress)!"
Finally this person said, "You sure are a diehard Congress Supporter!" I said, "You said it right!" 
__End of Conversation___

Quote: "Hard'ship' steers us towards our real strengths" To any INC (Indian National Congress) leader, member, supporters, worker, volunteers, warriors, gatekeeper, flag bearer, cheerleader, SM activists reading this I would say, "it is not over, all is not lost, keep giving your best and be the change you want to see around. Soon we will gain the lost grounds one step at a time, one seat at a time. Let each of us be the change we want to see around." 
Always an INC supporter,
Julia

(Juliyana Leslie)

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