chris landwerlen wrote on 05/19/2013:
well then last thursday my wife had an earache and wanted to go to the doctor. keep praying please viera for a breakthrough!!
chris landwerlen wrote on 05/18/2013:
viera...whether we sin before or after being saved, the blood of jesus is sufficient in both cases to wipe our lives clean from bad decisions. jesus sees you through the perfect love of his eyes. according to romans 8 he already sees you glorified! jesus looks at the heart, not as man sees at the flesh. 1 sam 16. he knows you have repented. he accepts you as his beloved daughter, someone who loves him with all your heart and wants to do his will today! leave the past in the tomb. tomorrow is still in the womb!! chris!
chris landwerlen wrote on 05/17/2013:
thanks viera for prov 25.25!!
chris landwerlen wrote on 05/15/2013:
yes viera, we must press in and on always. blessings to you also and hubby!!
chris landwerlen wrote on 05/14/2013:
you do have a blessed memory dont you! prov 10.7. yes they did lower it to 28000 pesos which is about 3000 dollars but we can pay it off in a years time so that makes it easier to take. jesus pays. ... .we were going to go last thursday but my wife has the tendency to get something in her way and the urgent drowns out the important. please pray!!
yes i would think that women should be checking women and men, men. that would seem to be wisdom and holiness applied. women midwives were mentioned in exo 1. we dont see any men mid husbands!!
chris landwerlen wrote on 05/13/2013:
viera...well i guess there would be a difference between wrecklessness and doing something with a purpose and for Gods glory, knowing he was in it. it would seem each case would have to be analyzed but on the other hand we know fear should never influence our decisions. if christians were prone to one side of the coin, it would be being too reluctant to step out in faith as peter did to walk on the water. most are way too comfortable in their comfortable churches and think that is enough. i just read about women missionaries who climbed mud slidden hills to preach the gospel. going into the world for that purpose and braving jungles and dangers to me would be worth it. climbing mount everest to put your name in some record book wouldnt. chris!
viera...based on acts 4.19, deut 13, 1 pet 3, col 3, mal 4, we know that we need to always keep a balance in our christian lives and never swing too much to the right or to the left spiritually speaking. prov 4.27. actually, we love our familys through the love of jesus that abides in our hearts. we know that jesus love isnt sloppy agape, but a firm and constant commitment to us and also includes discipline at times. heb 12. with the husband, its submitting in everything except where it would cause you to sin. with the children, its loving them as the father loves his children but if ever there is a moment when either my husband or my childen tempt me to put their wills above what i know gods will to be, then i say no. chris! luke 9, luke 14.
chris landwerlen wrote on 05/12/2013:
viera...sounds like you had a happy childhood!! . . . yes we always of course must keep a balance in scripture and especially to know the times we are living in. gods kingdom and satans fight against it must always be first on our minds, not our own financial success. we live in a time or at least we have up to now of a lot of financial abundance that has translated into greed and seeking of possessions instead of christ. being from the usa, i understand the materialistic approach to the bible sometimes since we americans are used to such affluence. our ancestors however knew what it was to struggle for a dollar. my father was just a child when he lived through the great depression and then fought in world war two as a youth whereas i was too young for vietnam and too old for iraq. so we see how gods providence can and does protect us and yet we all live in the same world where only gods sovereign grace can help us to live for his glory which yes is more important than my comforts which is why i still live in mexico, putting jesus before myself. there are and have been times of great persecution against the believers and we know many have lost their lives. some chose martyrdom and others fled. jesus gave us those options. mathew 10, john 21. as you know, we do experience financial and other kinds of trials but praise god they are not forever. we either come through them or go on to be with jesus. either way we win. daniel, jeremiah, ezekiel, all had to deal with their present reality, israel going into captivity. they did suffer but god also made them to prosper in a foreign land. all i know is from our side we need to walk closely to jesus, follow his instructions and keep believing for his deliverance. live each day for his honor and he will fill in the details!!
chris landwerlen wrote on 05/11/2013:
wooops forget to acknowledge your economic faith test also. coming through the fire we come out stronger!! job 23.10.
yes viera thanks, right now i am sweatig like a hog after cutting the grass and trimming but its so much fun!! i am a descendent of adam its true. love gardening. how about you?
well if we take deut 15, first he says there will be no poor and then God says the poor will never cease, we can understand that its not good will for poverty to be any permanent situation in israel but that the princple of duet 28 obedience is key for the jews and us to be free from it. we understand if we look at mathew 5 with luke 6 that jesus is referring to the poor of spirit, not necessarily the poor economically as being blessed. jer 5 shows us that jeremiah had that mistaken notion, that to be poor economically would mean he people would be rich spiritually but no. ephes 4 says we are to share with those in need of course. that is all through the bible. gal 2. 1 cor 16. there may be times as i had myself when i started a new business, that if someone hadnt brought us a pizza, we may have starved to death but that was only temporary. jesus did bless the business greatly right after that. so we see that a christian can go through financial difficulties and trials but as the sons of abraham, gal 3, we should be able to come out on top with the blessings of christ abounding. john 10.10. psalm 112. to be able to lend and never having to borrow. luke 6.38. mark 10.30, 3 john 2. happy day to you!
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