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Saturday, April 20, 2013

In the darkest hours of mankind, our LORD will return to save those that are His - but until then

we must be about our Father' business.

God does not need us, God needs nothing. God has chosen to include man in His great work of saving the lost, delivering the sinner and rescuing the perishing. He has not called us because we are qualified, capable, witty, charming, brilliant or bold, but because we are not. Once our foolish pride accepts that we are nothing apart from God we are at last a vessel our LORD can use. Leaning on His everlasting arms we can witness, share and live a life worthy of our calling.  Staying close to our Teacher, our Shepherd and our Guide  we journey through this wilderness until we are at last home - safe in the arms of our Father. 


  1. Amen Ali...we are merely vessels, as you've stated. We have no power to save, however, the message we bring does. May we pray fervently for our Lord's return.

  2. And even more fervently for the lost among us, those that are not ready for His return. Millions are separated from the Only One who can save, blinded by the world with its glitz and its glamour seemingly never noticing the sinful condition of their soul.