Where is Jesus When I Need Him?
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Where is Jesus When I Need Him?

Life Reference: John 11:1-44  Focus…

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Keep the Foundations Strong
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Keep the Foundations Strong

Life Reference: I Peter 3:8-12…

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“And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:19 in the New International Version of the Holy Bible).

My attention was drawn to this passage in a recent meeting. The King James Version of this scripture reads “supplies all your needs.” Both versions convey that God supplies all. The word “all” means everything; nothing is excluded. Whatever I have need of He will supply. What a great God I serve!

Prayer: Thank You, God, for supplying all my needs. There is no reason to worry because Your supply is unlimited. In Jesus’ Name. Amen!

Devotion by Kaye Singleton

Jesus said, “And, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me.” (John 12:32 in the King James Version of the Holy Bible). In this verse Jesus was speaking of His death on the cross but we can still lift Him up today. This is why it’s important to create an atmosphere of praise and worship at the beginning of every church service. Our purpose is to encourage those who come in with a heavy load to be drawn into heavenly places where answers are available. It is your responsibility as a believer to offer heartfelt worship and words of encouragement to point those in need to Jesus Christ – the answer to their individual crisis! Lift Him up as high as you possibly can so that others will be drawn to Him!

Prayer: Thank You, Lord, for the avenue of praise. When we lift You up, we are drawn into Your presence.

Devotion by: Kaye Singleton

Someone sent me the following in an e-mail message. It had no title so I entitled it, “If.”

If the economy collapses, He is still my Provider!
If the healthcare is unsustainable, He is still my Healer!
If disaster shall come, He is still my Protector!
If the powers that be strip me of my patriotism, He is still my banner!
If my life should be taken, He is still my Salvation!
He is my God. He is Jesus, the Way, the Truth and the Life!

Prayer: I am so glad that You are my God and You are the same yesterday, today and forever. The world I live in is so “iffy” it makes it hard to plan anything. You never change. You can handle any “if” that comes along. Amen!

Devotion by Kaye Singleton

“He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble: I will deliver him, and honour him” (Psalm 91:15 in the King James Version of the Holy Bible). In my opinion one of the neatest inventions is “Caller ID.” I have it and use it when I don’t want to answer sales calls. The program allows me to screen my incoming telephone calls with the option to choose which ones to answer. In contrast, it’s so good to have a God who always answers when we call. It’s a given! He wants to hear from you. Not only does He answer us but, He will be with us when we are in trouble; deliver us and honor us for calling on Him. Can’t beat that kind of deal, can you?

Prayer: I really don’t know how people live without you, Lord. It seems like trouble follows me around; so glad that You do too!

Devotion by Kaye Singleton

Words are so important particularly to those who are grieving over the loss of a loved one. Often I am at a loss for words. The Apostle Paul writing to the church at Thessalonica gave them words to comfort one another. They were words of hope when he told them that the Lord would descend from heaven with a shout. “Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord” (1 Thessalonians 4:19 in the King James Version of the Holy Bible). What comforting words these are!

Prayer: Hope of Your soon return is a comforting word for me. When I feel such heaviness over my losses, I can read Your Word and be comforted knowing You are coming back to take us from this world of sorrow. Thank You, Jesus!

Devotion by Kaye Singleton

“And they come unto him, bringing one sick of the palsy, which was borne of four” Mark 2:3 in the King James Version of the Holy Bible).

I recently read a book entitled, “When I Lay My Isaac Down: Unshakable Faith in Unthinkable Circumstances” by Carol Kent. Carol and her husband, Gene, have only one son, J.P., who is serving a life sentence without parole for killing a man at gun point outside a restaurant in Orlando, Florida. Their journey through this unthinkable circumstance has not shaken their faith in God. Carol refers to the friends who helped her as “stretcher bearers.” She wrote, “We will all wind up on the stretcher at some point in life.” The unexpected happens to all putting us at the mercy of others. Thank You, Lord, for my friends!

Prayer: Jesus, please help me to be a stretcher bearer for those who are in need of assistance. It may be that I am next to need someone to lift me up and carry me to You!

Devotion by Kaye Singleton

There comes a point in the season, I promise, where suddenly you know. You know. It’s time. And you may still not see what’s happening, but you know that it is. I realize I’m being extremely vague here, so let me back it up a little. There was this girl named…