A Message for Monday

Hi all and good Monday morning! Glad you could make it to the table once again 🙂

 

I hope you are all doing well and your families are healthy. Please remember that you can send me your prayer requests at any time and I’ll gladly pray for you. I found an interesting verse that I’ve read a million times but seems to have an extra significance right now…

 

John 16:32 says “Behold the hour is coming indeed it has come when you will be scattered each to his own home and will leave Me alone yet I am not alone for the Father is with Me.”

 

At this time of us being scattered each to our own homes, let us not forget Jesus. Let’s seek Him and cling to Him and hold on to His promises. Now is not the time to leave Jesus alone but to talk to Him frequently and get to know Him better. Now is the time we need a friend, wouldn’t you agree? Jesus is longing to be just that… our very best friend. Talk with Him today. Tell Him your fears and struggles. He’ll understand and comfort you. No need for social distancing with Jesus. Take good care table family. See you Wednesday.

2 thoughts on “A Message for Monday

  1. John 16:32 is Jesus talking about how the disciples will abandon him when the soldiers come to take him away. They are confused and scared, and run to the safety of their homes. He is comforted by the knowledge that God his father is with him always. In the next verse Jesus said that we would have trouble, but we are to have peace because he has overcome the world. While we are in the safety of our home, we can take this time to study the bible and reflect on his words of comfort and encouragement. The words fear not is found throughout the bible to affirm that he is with us always, in every circumstance.

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