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Stretched to the Max



November 13, 2020


Today is Friday the 13th, and maybe there will be a lot of people that will say this is going to be a bad day. Uhm, really? Look. This is what the Bible says about this day!


Ps 118.24

24 "This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it."


It might be Friday the 13th, but, hey, this is a time for you and I who are believers in Jesus Christ to lift up our voices and celebrate! We are to rejoice and be glad in it! Jesus conquered Satan, and all of his demons then, and He will now make a show of him openly for the whole world to see.


So don’t let doubt, or superstition, stretch you to the max. Keep your head on straight by filling it with the promises that God has made to you when you became a child of God.


There is a song that goes like this: "I believe in God the Father. I believe in Jesus Christ. I believe in the Holy Spirt who’s given us new life."


So, don’t let people dazzle you with big swelling words that have no power in them. They will spend most of your time getting you to argue with them over things that have never been settled. Or they will try to wrap you up in empty traditions of men to keep you away from the truth.


Father, Your Word says there are many false teachers out there that are compared to being clouds with no rain and carried with a tempest. It says that darkness is their destiny. We, Your children, are not empty vessels of hot air. We are the children of the light, having the promises that You have given us here on earth, as well as in our heavily dwelling place. So we say unto this mountain of doubt and superstition to be cast into the sea in Jesus' name! Amen!


Blessings on the journey, and remember that the best is yet to come.

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