how wise are you

December 18, 2015

sound sleep

“And when they were come into the house, they saw the young child with Mary, His mother, and fell down, and worshipped Him: and when they had opened their treasures, they presented unto Him gifts; gold, and frankincense and myrrh.” Matthew 2:11.


Wise men seek the Lord. Do you seek the Lord? Is that the burning ambition of your heart and life? You say, “Well, I come to church.” I’m not talking about that. Think about these men from the east. Do you know where “the east” was? They’re talking about Babylon. Three hundred miles across Syrian desert, distance and difficulty.


Now, Christmas cards picture them coming on camels. I don’t know how they came, but I know how they didn’t come…by airplane, bus, automobile, or motorcycle. I know where they didn’t stay. They didn’t stay at the Holiday Inn.


And they came in spite of danger. It was the time of King Herod, insane with jealousy and rage, who had had his own wife and three sons murdered. In the face of that danger, these men said, “We have come to seek Jesus Christ.” Wise men will seek Him in spite of distance, danger and difficulty.


The wise who seek Him will see Him. When they came into the house, they fell down and worshipped Him. It’s worth seeking Him because, friend, when you seek Him, you will see Him. “Ye shall seek Me and find Me when ye shall search for Me with all your heart” (Jeremiah 29:13). They searched, found Him and saw Him.


Do you have a desire to know Him? To love Him? To serve Him? Do you find something drawing you to God?

God bless from

Pray for Donny, he was born today with a hole in his heart, survived surgery and is another miracle baby.

Praise from Olivia, she is doing wonderful and still covets everyone’s prayers, she looks amazing. This is a girl that never dated because she was to ill and now at 23 has her first date this weekend, prayer works

Pray for Brad as he launches a new business and is trying for the first time to be a witness for Christ in his own company.

Mr. F, has been coming for counseling for almost two years, sexual addiction, has not acted out once in the whole time period.

Pray for Gayle, she has gone 43 days and acted out today but sought counseling right after and is praying to work the program.


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