Thankful Thursday! November 5, 2015

 Isaiah 54:17

"No weapon that is fashioned against you shall succeed, and you shall refute every tongue that rises against you in judgment.  This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord and their vindication from me, declares the Lord.”

I thank you, my Lord, for: 

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My sweet, beautiful Zumba ladies dressed up for Halloween last night -- a surprise for me!!  What a gift!  What a treat! 😃

Watering the plants outside

Good communication with and forgiveness from those you love

Sons who are grateful and kind, loving and protective.  

Hope

Sunshine and wind!!   Beautiful weather!!

Fall!

 “But prayer is the link that connects us with God. This is the bridge that spans every gulf and bears me over every abyss of danger or of need.

 

How significant the picture of the apostolic church: Peter in prison, the Jews triumphant, Herod supreme, the arena of martyrdom awaiting the dawning of the morning to drink up the apostle’s blood, and everything else against it. “But prayer was made unto God without ceasing.” And what was the sequel? The prison open, the apostle free, the Jews baffled, the wicked king eaten of worms, a spectacle of hidden retribution, and the Word of God rolling on in greater victory.

 

Do we know the power of our supernatural weapon? Do we dare to use it with the authority of a faith that commands as well as asks? God baptizes us with holy audacity and divine confidence! He is not wanting great men, but He is wanting men who will dare to prove the greatness of their God. But God! But prayer! A. B. SIMPSON

 

Beware in your prayer, above everything, of limiting God, not only by unbelief, but by fancying that you know what He can do. Expect unexpected things above all that we ask or think. Each time you intercede, be quiet first and worship God in His glory. Think of what He can do, of how He delights to hear Christ, of your place in Christ; and expect great things. ANDREW MURRAY”

Excerpt From: L. B. E. Cowman. “Contemporary Classic/Streams in the Desert.” ZONDERVAN. iBooks.