When things go south in a person's life, it's always a real gift to have friends who are there to stand beside you, friends with whom you've built a great relationship over time. Spending time in conversation, getting to know them and they you; experiencing circumstances of all kinds with them. That's the stuff of which great relationships are built, one-on-one. You're not doing it so you've got someone you can depend on when trouble lands at your front door, but it is wonderful to know they're there. So, let's talk about conversation with your Invisible Friend.
For those of us who have lived long enough, most have had some event occur which toppled the expected routine of life as we knew it. We had to completely readjust to a new normal. There is never a reason for hopelessness in our lives.
Which will it be? In Jesus' first visit to planet earth, the Jewish nation lost its privilege of preeminence. The task of bringing the message of salvation to the world fell on us, the gentiles. If you really dig into cultural history, we're a pretty miserable lot. It truly is by God's grace that any of us turned out to be anything. But here's the deal. He is the one that can make us who we're supposed to be, and given that, we'd best take the task seriously. There really isn't that much time left, not just individually, but as a nation and a world. We're actually at a point in history where we're seeing unprecedented turns of events in the awakening of the Jewish nation. Millions are now progressively realizing that Yeshua, as they call Him, is their messiah. They're excited and they're passionate. They put us to shame. Let's wake up. Let's put as much of ourselves and our shoulders into the task at hand, both in our individual lives and as neighbors to the lost.
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