Jesus Followers, Not Freaks!

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Being a follower of Jesus, your mindset is radically different than that of the world’s.

Instead of hating your enemies, you love them by praying for them.

Instead of living a life motivated by fear and greed, your life is energized by courage and a desire to help others.

Your words are radically different than that of the world’s. You speak hope when others expect defeat. Your words inspire, console and heal. Your conversation is beyond reproach. Your words are salted with grace.

Will you always live as I’ve stated here? If you do, please write to me because you will be the first perfect Jesus follower who has ever lived. The radical difference, however, is that when you mess up you go to Him in humble attitude and repentant heart.

When you wrong others, you seek their forgiveness. When your heart is hurt, you freely forgive. When you’ve done a wrong and can offer restitution, you do so.

You don’t knowingly cause others to stumble. You reflect to those who have fallen the grace and mercy that Jesus has given you.

Followers of Jesus, your life in Christ impacts more people than you realize. Don’t quit. Please. Keep looking to Jesus to become more and more like Him. The world needs you. We all need you.

Keep living in Him,


Have You Heard about the Most Potent Remedy for Grief?

FullSizeRender-2A very exciting part of being God’s child is that we can be with our Heavenly Father in a special way anytime…while we’re still in this world.
It’s simple, really. All we need do is push the pause button, get off the hamster wheel of busyness, and spend focused time with Him.
Even in the darkest storms of life, we can maneuver through emotional upheaval and make our place at His “throne of Grace.”
When we do so, we deliberately choose to enter into the Presence of the source of the purest, most powerful love–with God Himself.
I’m confident that there’s no more potent remedy for an unfulfilled life, no quicker healing for grief, and no greater means by which a life is transformed, than by the love that God pours into the hearts of those who sincerely seek Him.
Jeremiah 29:13; Ephesians 3:14-21
God bless you, Pamela