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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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NO NEGLECT Jul 14, 2017

Thoughts for today(July 14)   “No Neglect”   Then Jesus made the followers get into the boat. Jesus told them to go to the other side of the lake. Jesus said that he would come later. Jesus stayed there to tell the people they could go home. After Jesus said good-bye to the people, he went up into the hills. Jesus went there alone to pray. It was late, and Jesus was there alone. — Matthew 14:22-23 (ERV) Key Thought: For me, two convictions come out of Jesus' actions: —Jesus is compassionate to the end! —Jesus may have put off his time with the Father, but he didn't neglect it! Let me explain. While grieving the loss of John the Baptist, Jesus ministered to the crowd and also to his disciples. Jesus took care of the crowd so he could send the disciples away on ahead of him. Then Jesus entered into his time of prayer in a place away from the crowds and in the presence of his Father. Both his caring for the crowds and his disciples as well as his time alone with God are important reminders to me. In my grief and heartbreak, I need to remember others and not wallow in my own self-pity. But helping others must not be an escape from spending time with God. Only time with the Father truly renews, restores, and revitalizes. Today's Prayer: Holy God, I confess that I cannot bear under the load of life without your help and support. Thank you for supplying me with power to deal with difficult times in ways which honored you and blessed others. Thank you for never forsaking me. In Jesus' name I thank you. Amen.   This was received from Sam Bearden this week by Wayne Uppendahl:   Dear Friends and Family,            This past week-end Ruth was unable to keep anything on her stomach and on Monday we took her to a hospice center.  She has made improvement there and they are planning on sending her home this Friday.  The hospice center has been giving her meds through a pick in her arm and that has made a big difference.  Today and Tomorrow they are giving her meds by mouth in preparation  of going home.            This week we have enjoyed visits by Ruth's brother John (Illinois), cousins Nathan & Debbie (Michigan)and son Tim and granddaughter Sophie (Hawaii).  Also local visitors have included our pastor Jim Laverty and several Mountville Mennonite Church folks.  Last but not least son David and daughter -in-law Deb have been very helpful.             Because of Ruth's severe symptoms she was not able to take the targeted cancer therapy drug which the doctor wanted her to take.  We are agreeing that now we will not take it if offered.             Ruth continues to place her trust in her Lord.  Sam    God Bless. Ron  




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