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God’s Love & Peace to You

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Well, they say all good things must come to an end. I’ve been publishing this blog Monday-Friday for a year. But, the G3 Church is moving on with some new media and ways of communicating. Watch on the G3 Church website for more information as it becomes available. As for me, if I start another blog, you’ll catch me on Facebook and Twitter.

The goal of this blog was to connect our modern culture with the God of the Bible. On most days, I feel I successfully did that. Hope you thought so too.

There’s a song on The Beatles’ “White Album” called “Glass Onion.” In it John, not so subtly, reveals that the walrus (mentioned in the song “I Am a Walrus”) was Paul. He sings: “Well, here’s another clue for you all, the walrus was Paul.”

Well, here’s a couple of not so subtle clues for you, readers:

The gorilla was Bruce.

And, The savior of the world is Jesus.

There is salvation in no one else! God has given no other name under heaven by which we must be saved. Acts 4

Hello, Good-Bye

Telemarketer: “Good evening, I’m conducting a survey and if you’ll answer a few questions, I’d like to send you a gift.”

Me: “A gift for answering how many questions?”

Telemarketer: “Ten questions.”

Me: “And the gift is a free gift?”

Telemarketer: “That’s correct.”

Me: “I don’t have to purchase anything?”

Telemarketer: “Well, I will make you some offers. And you choose one, then you get the gift.”

Me: “So, it’s not free, I have to purchase something to get it.”

Telemarketer: “No. The gift is free. It comes free with the purchase.”

Me: “Then, it’s not a free gift, is it.”

Telemarketer: “The gift is free.”

Me: “Uh…goodbye!”

People have conversations with you, but they don’t mean what they say (especially if they’re trying to sell you something). Confusing, huh. And frustrating!

Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Philippians 4

Prayer is simply conversation with God. Pretty staggering that God would want to have a conversation with a human being. But, get this! Not only does he want to have a conversation with you, but what he says is honest, sincere, frank, and on the level. No double talk. He may not speak with you in an audible voice; however, he does speak with you. He does answer your questions. Above all, he listens to what you have to say.

You: “God? You there?”

God: “I’m here…go on, I’m listening.”

***Hey, did the title of this entry remind you of a Beatles’ song? I thought so…me, too. Click below and go to a singalong with The Beatles! Sing out loud!!! THE BEATLES

 

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