July 23, 2017 Karla’s Blog
The devotional today is about when God saved the Jews from Israel. For over 400yrs they lived in this place as slaves. God gave the Pharoah an opportunity to free them and go on about life freely and untouched. Yet Pharoah refused to give up the power he had and refused them their freedom.
In Christ we are given hope, faith, and a mighty powerful love, we just have to except Him. Through His life, and punishment, then restoration in 3 days, we are given the opportunity to accomplish what we need to do. We are so blessed to be a part of this huge movement of the Lord . How could we possibly ask for more. We must focus and reinforce our minds, to say ” while He is working, we are waiting. We should begin our praise as we know if God said it, it is so. He is moving things, changing minds, memories and whatever else it requires to accomplish His promise. We know it is indeed happening, just not on our timetable. It can take a while to accomplish these great request that He has taken on. We have to just have patience and trust in His Word. It can seem to be such a long time yes, but miracles don’t just happen overnight. Proclaiming that prayer and letting the world know how we have no doubts or fears, shows our complete trust in what He says.
I have to show this as my personal goal, and my trust is complete in His ability. As a child of God we are so blessed to have this opportunity.  We should claim this amazing gift.  Proclaim it from the rooftops, as we never doubt He can do it. I have such a desire to heal my family and us all be reunited. Yet, I know this can not happen without the power of God behind it. It will only leave others seeing a full and true miracle from God, that they can and do, still happen in our day. I will Praise God for this gift I know He is working on. Then I will be shouting it from the top of my voice, thank you Jesus.
I am not asking God to heal my body from the many disease and health problems, that have changed my life. Why, because I can see plainly that still being disabled in this bed, I can, and do, accomplish things in His name. He can still use me for work in His plan. I am more than willing to give Him my life for His work. That’s what God created us for.
Thanks for sharing part of your Sunday with me, please enjoy this devotional message from His Victorious Indwelling:

That day the LORD saved Israel from the hands of the Egyptians and Israel saw the Egyptians lying dead on the shore. And when the Israelites saw the great power the LORD displayed against the Egyptians, the people feared the Lord and put their trust in him and in Moses his servant. EXODUS 14:30-31 What does it mean, “the Lord saved Israel”? It means that every foe was silenced, not an enemy was left. It is the case with every one who believes on the Lord Jesus Christ—for He was delivered for our offenses, and raised again for our justification. As it is put in Colossians, “Ye are complete in him who is the head of all principality and power.” I look up into the glory of God, and, far, far above the angels that never sinned I see a Man sitting there at the right hand of the Father—a Man who is my Savior, who went into death for my sins, who died my death, who is now risen from the dead. I am risen with Him, and accepted in Him. Where are my sins? Gone in the cross of Christ. Where are my enemies? Gone also. And where is the Savior? Risen. And where are His people? Risen too, with Christ (Col. 3:1). Salvation is a very large word. It includes forgiveness, and deliverance, and peace, and the knowledge that I am justified. It is not only the knowledge that the Lord died for me, that He put away my sins, but that when He died, I died, and when He rose, I rose. What a blessed thing to have God’s salvation and to know it! It was after the Lord had saved Israel that they sang, “I will sing unto the Lord, for he hath triumphed gloriously: the horse and his ride hath he thrown into the sea. The Lord is my strength and son, and he is become my salvation” (Exodus 15:1-2). It is all coupled with a person, the person of the Savior. He who possesses Christ has God’s salvation.
Is the living Person now in heavenly glory really the Object of our hearts? For some time after I knew the Savior I used to think of Him as One who had lived and died on earth long years ago, and I well remember the day when I knelt down with a dear brother who prayed that we might know the Lord Jesus as a living Person in heavenly glory, and it dawned on me that there was a present Object for my heart in heaven. Our hearts will never be satisfied until that glorified Lord Jesus becomes our object, bright and fair. C. A. COATES
There are many heads lying in Christ’s bosom, but here is room for yours among the rest. SAMUEL RUTHERFORD

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