thats a good sign now God can use you. ask Him what He would have you do. trust and obeyi love you son from grampa thru old old john
Dear Anonymous, I don't wish to come across as defensive as I am not feeling the least bit defensive. However, I am concerned you have misinterpreted the situation and possibly in a somewhat judgemental spirit. There are some key points to which I am going to make you aware: 1) God can already use me.2) God has already been using me.3) I have already asked Him what He would have me do.4) I am obeying and doing what He has instructed me to do.5) I trust and obey Him. 6) I hated my life the other night because of the failings of somebody else I dearly love, NOT because of something I did. Sincerely, Kim
I don't know Does God use us or we need Him to help us in the land of the living as David did.
It is not an either/or proposition!
P.S. your grandpa's house was beautiful. So much prettier than the mansions the preachers live in now
I wholeheartedly agree with you on that!
Kim why do you use the f word it is so crude and unattractive
The "F" word is a power word. In its most basic and fundamental form it convey a powerful force of emotion and sentiment. When used appropriately it is a beautiful and transcendent word that cuts to the quick in reifying the degree of anger or frustration or contempt or angst being conveyed. That some people misuse and abuse it does not change that any more than the people who misuse and abuse the word "love" ruin the concept of love for the rest of us: they don't! Only legalists and modern-day Pharisees get hung up on the "F" word. Such people are either carnal or spiritually immature. In either case, I am not concerned if such people possess an artificial and man-made taboo regarding it. They can go to their church and I shall go my church. Kapeesh?
Yes I get it I don't think I am a legalist or Pharisee I just find that word unattractive. There are things more powerful than that word for a believer. How long was Vernon in the rehab? What did his wife die of? You alluded to brain wasting.
seriously, Kim it's an ugly word