The Terrible “T”s

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© Jeanne E Webster.  All rights reserved and observed.

What a beautiful day today! The sky is blue, the breeze is cleansing, the birds are singing and all is well… No–not really. Just look around you; read the newspaper; watch the television news. There’s trouble in “River City” and it starts with “T:” “T” for trials, tribulation, terror, turmoil, tension, and trepidation. Some days we are so overwhelmed with the struggles of living, we darn near give up. Well, DON’T!

 

Have you a heart that’s weary
Tending a load of care
Are you a soul that’s seeking rest
From the burden you bear?

Do you know my Jesus
Do you know my friend
Have you heard he loves you
And that he will abide till the end?

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Who knows your disappointments
Who hears each time you cry
Who understands your heartaches
Who drys the tears from your eyes.

Do you know my Jesus
Do you know my friend
Have you heard he loves you
And that he will abide till the end?

Have you heard he loves you
And that he will abide till the end?…
~Skeeter Davis

Did you know that Jesus sees your every teardrop?
Did you know that Jesus knows your pain?
Did you know that Jesus is the best friend you’ll ever have?

Why, you say. Because he loves you with a love you’ve never known. It’s a heavenly love. It came down from heaven, and for over 2,000 years, has spread all over this earth. It comes free of charge, is non-judgmental, is yours for the asking, and you can’t out give it ever. It lasts forever too, just like you.

Jesus loves you so much he wanted you to be loved like God created you to be loved. Once you tell him you want his love, he will come into your heart and stay there forever. Each day of your life will be wrapped in his love, protection, joy, and comfort. The world may deal you hardship, but within your spirit is One who can buffer that with such sweet relief. He’ll go with you through the valleys and up those mountaintops. He is truly the best friend you’ll ever know.

Begin today to know this special person, this superhuman Savior, this wonderful Comforter. Get out your Bible and read about him. Did you know that as you read the Bible, you are being taught by the Holy Spirit? Yes, you are guided and led by the Holy Spirit to the truths that God’s Word reveals to anyone that is thirsty and hungry for true love and eternal security.

Ask Jesus to come into your heart.
Seek to know him.
Knock on the door of his heart and he will let you in.

He’s really there, waiting for you, ready to love and comfort you. As a little child, open your heart and let him in. Make this the best day of your life.

“Have you heard he loves you…?” Yes, you have.

John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in him shall not perish but have everlasting life.”

2 comments on “ The Terrible “T”s

  1. Jeanne – I thought I had lost you into the depths of my computer’s memory and that my computer liked you so much, it was going to keep you from me forever. Well, here we are and I’m reading your inspirational and prayerful words once again.
    Each time I searched the internet for you, hoping to reconnect, it would take me to the page where you first started writing to bring Christian Women together. I do hope I don’t lose you again and am adding you to my personal reader’s list.
    Sheri

    • Sheri! At last! We are together again! I have been busy coping with the ins and outs of rheumatoid arthritis with resulting other “pains” acquired from the treatments! Ha. Keep on writing such marvelous articles; they reach the unreachables and expose us to the nuances of life, as it is at present. Blessings, dear friend.

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