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  1. Ricky Kilgore on July 15, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    Bro. Jeff the scripture you used should as you say truly fit every church of our true Father. Here in Cleburne CO. Alabama we have Batist churches galore and then all kinds of other denominations that make jokes about each other instead of coming together in the face of the Father. “Jesus said: I am about my Father’s business.” I think we should be also. God Bless my brother in Cghrist nay you stand tall in his Word.



    • Jeff on July 15, 2019 at 1:45 pm

      The type of division you described breaks my heart, Ricky. I used to roll like that as a young Baptist preacher. I see less of it now, but we both know it hasn’t disappeared. Father, unify Your people for the glory of Jesus!



  2. Linda Tainowitz on July 15, 2019 at 12:18 pm

    This is so entirely what I have been feeling for such a long while now. But my feelings buck my Rabbi (Messianic) and my congregation, including my husband, so I seldom voice them.
    What I most want to share, tho, is rhema I received many years ago … about 13. I was distraught & troubled abt many things (Martha, Martha). Three things the LORD spoke to me, in this order, in the most breathtaking setting: “BE STILL (and know that I AM); CEASE STRIVING; your times are in My hands.”
    I’m so grateful to have ‘stumbled across ‘ your ministry, Pastor Lyle! I drafted an email to you after I heard you (several days ago); maybe I’ll send it.



    • Jeff on July 15, 2019 at 1:43 pm

      I love this response, Linda – thank you for being a first-time commenter too! My prayer is that you continue to press in for all that the Lord has for you. He is faithful to what He speaks. So often, we will meet skepticism and even opposition from well-intending people. I learned the hard way that there is no profit in trying to convince these types of people in our lives. We have to let them be wrong, continue to love and respect them, and then continue to “press on to know the Lord.” You encouraged me today!