Walking through life with a smile on our face and a song in our heart is the best way to keep our mind and heart in a good place. Life has many turns and many trials, but when we keep centered on all the good that is in our life, the trials are short lived. Smiles are contagious. Ever notice how a room brightens up when someone walks in who is always smiling, always happy, always extending a warm greeting to others? What better gift can we give another, than a sincere smile. I remember finding a young man sitting on a log, deep on the trail above Multnomah Falls, on the Columbia River of Oregon, many years ago, while hiking on a trail.
He was deep in thought, so I apologized for startling him. Sitting down on the log next to him, I opened my backpack, and handed him half of my lunch.
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I assured him that I was indeed flesh and blood, and no angel. But I also told him that I was sent by God with a message. The message from God was that he was loved, and that God had a plan for his life, and this period of despair would soon pass. He handed me his revolver, which I placed in my backpack, and we had a long conversation about his life. Eventually we walked together back to our vehicles. To this day I feel blessed that God allowed me to be His messenger on that lonely trail, and I try to be available each and every day as His messenger.
When we make a concerted effort to be centered in Christ, each and every day, each and every hour, we make way for a heart and mind that is always in a good place, and we allow the love of Christ to be seen and experienced by others. Tone three.
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John David Walt. Thirtyone Days. As He had planned, He would send a final — a very last — Messenger. It dates from about years before Christ and is generally known as the Covenantal Book. Note: The Old Testament was written mainly in Hebrew. The Jewish nation Israel expected, desired and longed for the coming of the Messiah — according to Scripture Old Testament. And, unhappily, they are still waiting. They are still waiting because they have never recognized Jesus as the Messiah, the Christ. He was sent for one purpose, as described above — to prepare the way for the coming of the Messiah, the Christ, Jesus.
The apostle John wrote about John the Baptist John. This one came as a witness, to bear witness concerning the Light so that all might believe through him. He was not that Light, but was sent to bear witness of that Light. Thus the purpose of his baptism was that he was to become known as the baptizer of sinners who would repent and confess their betrayal of the covenant, in order that Jesus, at His baptism, could be made manifest and be revealed to Israel John.
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