Preaching, for Free

Written by Joyce C. Lock


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And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them overrepparttar fourth part ofrepparttar 147156 earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and withrepparttar 147157 beasts ofrepparttar 147158 earth. Re. 6:8

Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even atrepparttar 147159 right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us. Who shall separate us fromrepparttar 147160 love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? Ro. 8:34-35

He that hath received his testimony hath set to his seal that God is true. Jn. 3:33

And when he had openedrepparttar 147161 fifth seal, I saw underrepparttar 147162 altarrepparttar 147163 souls of them that were slain forrepparttar 147164 word of God, and forrepparttar 147165 testimony which they held. Re. 6:9

I said in mine heart concerningrepparttar 147166 estate ofrepparttar 147167 sons of men, that God might manifest them, and that they might see that they themselves are beasts. Ec. 3:18

2005 by Joyce C. Lock http://www.angelslight.org/viewauthor.php?id=8 http://our.homewithgod.com/heavenlyinspirations/ This writing may be used in its entirety, with credits in tact, for non-profit ministering purposes.

Joyce C. Lock is a published author, poet, and columnist. In addition, she founded and maintains the email ministries "Heavenly Inspirations" http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HeavenlyInspirations/. Joyce's writings encourage us in our relationship with God and each other.


Giving God Our Heart

Written by Joyce C. Lock


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In fact, if a dime was all you had left, there is no tragedy but what, if you still hadrepparttar mental capacity, you would give that child away. The reason is that you made a choice to love that child. The choice was not made to suffer. But, if suffering would be a result, you would still choose to love that child as they would be so dear to your heart that you would not want to break theirs ... and breaking their heart, in such a way, would be aboutrepparttar 147155 most horrible and tragic thing, this side of heaven; for both of you.

In such, you would, still, not be perfect; inrepparttar 147156 eyes of man. But, you would have achieved a perfect heart; for which that heart became perfectrepparttar 147157 moment you made it your non-negotiable choice.

It'srepparttar 147158 same way with God. When we stop to realize that God's love for us is as pure as that perfect little infant and consider what He has already done for us is way more love than any of us deserved, then begin to realize we were created in His image (so, whatever we would feel in like circumstance, He does, too), and makerepparttar 147159 choice to love God, it becomes a covenant ofrepparttar 147160 heart that you'll never want to take back, 'til death do you part.

Then,repparttar 147161 more we come to realize 'what God does see' is our heart (and whatever would cause us to hurt causes Himrepparttar 147162 same), being that we already love God, we choose to give Him more and more areas of our heart (because we don't want to break His); wherein He fills all that darkness with light and love ... and a true romance relationship blossoms ... 'til we become that infant, beholdingrepparttar 147163 face of our Father, and finally realize, absolutely everything that represents darkness was Satan's doing, to keep us from our rightful place with God.

Blessed arerepparttar 147164 pure in heart: for they shall see God.

Matthew 5:8

2005 by Joyce C. Lock http://www.angelslight.org/viewauthor.php?id=8 http://our.homewithgod.com/heavenlyinspirations/ This writing may be used in its entirety, with credits in tact, for non-profit ministering purposes.

Joyce C. Lock is a published author, poet, and columnist. In addition, she founded and maintains the email ministries "Heavenly Inspirations" http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HeavenlyInspirations/. Joyce's writings encourage us in our relationship with God and each other.


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