Reach Out

“If I can just touch His clothes,” she thinks, “I will be healed.” Mark 5:28 The woman was desperate, she only had faith, nothing to offer, only hope in His testimony. She humbly crawled through the crowd, identity hidden, to touch the hem of His garment. She overcame her fear of what others thought. The mighty power in Who He said He was — was enough! He drew her by faith to approach Him. She was penniless without influence, or education.

Perhaps you are desperate for a change, a healing, a second chance. You too have nothing to give, but you are hurting. You hesitate to come to Jesus because others seem to know more about Him. They appear so clean, trim and fit in their faith. If that describes you, note carefully, that in the crowd, only she was commended that day for having faith. It wasn’t a wealthy giver, a loyal follower, or an acclaimed teacher. It was a shame filled desperate outcast who clutched onto a hope in Jesus. Rev 12:11 “They triumphed over him by the blood of the Lamb and the word of their testimony.” AMEN đź’• Triumph over the temptations, Triumph over rejection, Triumph over worry and fear —by the Word of God, and by the testimony of your VICTORY because “He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world” Our resident Holy Spirit is ready and able to cripple the Liar with Truth. He will bring to immediate remembrance Scriptures to cause the devil to flee!

John 3:16-17 “For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him.” Reach out, ask Jesus to be your Lord and Savior.

3 thoughts on “Reach Out

  1. “While we were yet sinning” God’s mercy came upon us, we repented, He forgave us and anointed us as His ambassadors to represent Him, as we walk in faith with a backbone fortified by the Holy Spirit. Faith without works is dead and useless, so we continuously out our salvation by actively obeying God’s Word. The Creator of the Universe has given everyone a measure of faith and we activate our faith by walking surrendered to the Holy Spirit within. Praise God for His plan that we are alive in Him, for such a time as this. His expressed concern that He may not find faith on the earth when He returns, is our call to step out in bold faith, hope and love. The greatest of His commands is that we love Him, ourselves and one another. Our obedience to this command is how we will represent Him best during these end times. Perfect love casts out fear, so we fix our eyes on Jesus, the Author and Perfecter of our faith. No matter the incident, circumstance or what fear is being promoted in the world, we hold onto the faith our Father delivered into us, and recite scripture just as Jesus did when tempted. Perfect Love was what grew cold for most and Jesus rebuked the Church at Ephesus for letting their first love get pushed aside by the cares of this world. Despite the rebukes and commandments God gave His people NOT to fear, those with little faith or mind to obey, feared. We need to heed His Word and warnings and “FEAR NOT”. We read His Word and we ingest His Word and allow He who is in us to calm our hearts as we grip tightly to His promises. Our Father desires our obedience over sacrifice. We overcome evil by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony. Our personal testimony is developed through trials and we are sanctified by His grace in our trials. We fall short, we miss the mark, we admit our weakness, and He is strong to forgive, and issue more love, mercy and grace. The testing of our faith is what purifies us in the fire of 2021. Dive deep into His Word and be fortified for His glory. Yahweh has promised us the victory through our Messiah Yeshua – to overcome the evil in this world. Amen

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