Archive for September 2023

Take Me Over

Take me over Lord

Sanctify my heart anew

I surrender all of me

Give my life to you

Jesus, you’re the blessing true

Nothing more to want or need

Fill me daily with Your selfless ways

To glorify and live for Thee-“

Upon the cross you bound my sin

And nailed it to the tree

My God my everlasting peace

My perfect victory

Morning praise

Ksg. 23

A Hospital ( A Haven of Rest)

The Church means people; people that know they are saved by grace. They don’t act like they’ve arrived; but they know that they need a Savior and are called to live according to God’s purpose for their lives. They are in a constant state of forgiveness for others; because they know they have been forgiven. This whole world is full of hurting people.

The church body is a group of people who love others just as Jesus (who is God) does. He left His glorious home in heaven, just for us because He loved us all. He loved all those that He encountered; unto the point of His death on the cross for us.

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him shall not perish and have everlasting life.” John 3:16.

Church is also people that support each other in the ultimate God given task to help and to lead others to His heavenly Grace. So if a church of people can treat all who enter, with unconditional love, they will see Jesus’ face; and grow together.

Paul gives a good description of what God’s church should be, in First Corinthians 12 and 13. We all have God given gifts that make the whole church complete. God’s pure sweet love grows in us; as we have His unconditional love in us for others.

The church is like a hospital where everyone comes to get well. Whether babes, children, youth, singles or adults; everyone must feel wanted. None of us is perfect, we are all just forgiven, saved by His grace, cleansed by His blood and healed in His name (Hallelujah!) Spread the word! That not one be lost. Love them into the Kingdom. Jesus is the way

By Kelly Sampson Griswold