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  1. Marvena Greg Williams on August 4, 2011 at 12:28 pm

    While riding in the car today Marvena read today’s blog to me. I found many things that I can relate to. While there are certain commonalities, that I share, my spiritual birthday in Feb. 2008, and following days, weeks, months that followed, have been tailored specifically to fit my needs. At times I feel God is pouring the holy spirit in me faster than I can drink it up. And the excess flows over me like a small child who’s drinking milk from a cup to fast. At other times, when the old worldly Greg pushes himself to the surface to be commander in chief, I wonder how could I profess to believe and have such weak faith. At those times, I feel ashamed, and
    have to find a quite place to pray, ask forgiveness, for my worldly thoughts and weak faith. Spiritual decernment, understanding that God has you where he wants you, and unyielding faith in the face of adversity has not come easy for me. I usually try to overcompletly things. While(Greg) try’s to fix things. When I slow down and pray about things, the answer usually comes in the form of the KISS principle, keep it simple stupid. Elaborate plans, spectacular showy presentations, and wordy explanations can never compare with simple heartfelt actions, words and deeds. God continues to mold me everyday despite me being me. Greg Williams

  2. Ann on August 4, 2011 at 10:42 am

    Along with Glen I will add my Happy re- Birthday. May your day be blessed and your mind comforted from the daily stress that only He can give you.The blessing you gave me this morning with your blog and also the words of assurance of forgiven sin. I am saved and need not doubt any more…..PRAISE THE LORD…and I bask in His Love!

  3. Dana on August 4, 2011 at 10:24 am

    Jeff, as always thank you for allowing God to be His “mouthpiece”. I really needed to hear that this morning. It is something I am always struggling with myself. I have been praying to God for a long time about “change” and accepting His grace and mercy inspite of things i’ve done. God does answer prayers and definitely “speaks” to HIs children. Through a pastor in “Lawrenceville” who I have never met in my life. WOW! The power of God is GREAT AND AWESOME!!!!

  4. glen on August 4, 2011 at 9:11 am

    All I can say is Happy rebirthday, Jeff!

  5. David on August 4, 2011 at 8:38 am

    “As I had given up my sin to Him on that day in August I now had to give over my righteousness to Him”
    One hard and on-going battle.
    That’s what Paul was talking about in Romans 10:3 (people going about to establish their own righteousness and not submitting themselves to the righteousness of God).
    By nature that’s what we all try and do (even as believers) … we seek to “get acceptable” or “maintain acceptability” to God by how we live.
    The cross shows it’s not that simple.
    That’s why Paul uses that interesting word “submit” … give in, stop trying, accept you can’t achieve the required standard … and trust in what has been done for you at Calvary.

    As Stuart Townend puts it :
    There’s nothing I can do
    To make You love me more
    To make You love me less than You do
    ‘Cause it’s GRACE!

    Thank God for free & sovereign grace that makes us “accepted in the Beloved”!