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One True Teacher

2 Timothy 4:2-5  Preach the Word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage-with great patience and careful instruction. For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths. But you, keep your head in all situations, endure hardship, do the work of an evangelist, discharge all the duties of your ministry.

For thousands of years, women have played such a vital part in supporting the Kingdom of God. Joshua 2 outlines the activities of Rahab, a woman with a heart to serve God. Although she is noted in Joshua as being a prostitute, she knew God and understood his plan of salvation. Rahab could have chosen to be a bitter, self-serving woman who continued to live under the label that society had placed on her but she chose better.

Rahab followed her heart and we should too. Women, God has given us a heart for him or should I say I heartbeat for him. The presence of God is such a warm and comforting place for us to come and be nourished to handle life’s daily trials. God provides us with his comforting words, his matchless love and if we’re paying attention, he continuously whispers sweet “somethings” in our ear, reminding us of how beautiful we are and how much he loves us.

We in turn have to be that Kingdom Representative for him. He needs us to walk in that beauty and confidence. He needs us to keep him first in all that we say, do and think. Our actions, spoken and unspoken should always lead others directly to him. There are so many hurting hearts in this earth and we have the influence, the connection and the heart to make a difference.

Key Words in today’s scripture are: Preach the word; be prepared in season and out of season; correct, rebuke and encourage…at the drop of a dime you have to be ready to encourage others, correct them and rebuke them and with the same tongue, at a moments notice you may have to lead them to Christ. Study God’s Word and Be Ready!

Much Love,

Mrs. Misenheimer

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Exodus 23

How Great Is Our God!

This week, we will focus on Exodus 23

Exodus 23 outlines the importance of operating in truth toward all mankind and especially ourself. When we break down the barriers of lies, deceit and untruthfulness we get a clear reflection of who we are in God thru Christ Jesus. When we get free from the baggage and the labels that life will throw on us, we are pushed into God’s presence and are able to worship him in truth! In Exodus 23, God promises us the personal assignment of an angel (v. 20), he promises to be an enemy to our enemies (v. 22), he promises to bless our food and water (v.25), he promises to take sickness from us (v.25) and he promises to give us long life (v. 26).

The bible tells us that angels are God’s personal messengers and he sends them out to declare his word and fight on our behalf. What a comfort it is to know that we have a personal angel preparing our way, all we have to do is walk in God’s truth. You may ask, ” what is God’s truth?” God’s truth is that we are all his Children and he knows each of us by name. He is not far from us, but always near, always answering our call and saving us from trouble. God’s love is unfailing!

My prayer for you

Most Holy God, your people are struggling to hear your voice. In the midst of all the confusion that the world can hold, we need you now more than ever. Father God, I pray that you heal families and break the yoke of sin on this world. I pray that your children will walk in truth and cast down lies and deceit. I pray that they will realize your blessings. You have promised to send your personal angel, to make our enemies your enemies, to bless our food and water, to give us an inheritance, to heal sickness and to give us long life. We activate these promises by faith. We trust you at your word and believe that all things are possible in you. We love you and celebrate this week of Passover with full expectancy. In Jesus name we pray. Amen!

Be blessed and have a wonderful week!