Monthly Archives: June 2015

JESUS HELPED ME AGAIN: Recently I was in big trouble. My feet and legs were swollen badly and draining and my breathing was difficult due to fluid in the lungs. Rather than go to the ER, I saw a different dr. the next day. She diagnosed me with congestive heart failure. This, of course, was something I did not want to hear. However, the symptoms, more than the tests, pointed to it. I was put on heart medication and almost immediately my pounding, irregularly-beating, struggling heart has calmed down. Most of the time I don’t even feel or hear it much anymore. Now I realize that I probably needed this help years ago. I’ve been asking Jesus to help my heart, and, once again, He has helped me. It would be nice if He could heal me, however, making me better is something for which I am very thankful! The tiredness, shortness of breath, weakness, heart symptoms, etc, all make sense now. Praise Jesus for His help! In Jesus’ name!

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MONDAY I began this blog for people who are lost, who do not know Jesus, but have only probably heard of Him. I wanted to help them get to know Jesus. As things have progressed, I’ve realized that there are tons of luke-warm Christians who could also benefit from this blog, who may actually be more likely to read it than the totally lost. So now I write for the totally lost and the luke-warm lost. If you attend church, it is easy to talk to Jesus and even perhaps ask Him for help. Then after a while you leave your pew, walk the aisle toward the door and outside you go, to the parking lot. Do you hear anyone mentioning Jesus? Do *you* mention Him? It happens fast; we forget. By Monday church is history. Talking to or about Jesus is history. It is like we are Christians one day and atheists the next. This phenomenon is far too prevalent these days. So, when Monday comes around, make it a point to think of Jesus, to pray to Him, to worship Him, to thank Him for all He has done for you. If you are successful, try it on Tuesday, and Wednesday and so forth. You could remember Jesus *all week* every week and no longer be a luke-warm Christian. In Jesus’ name.

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