Getting Ready for Sunday

It is Friday January 11, 2019 and Sunday is coming.

There are many who think Sunday is just another day of the week.  It is, in fact, the first day of each week, and the day the early Christians met in remembrance of our Lord’s resurrection.

I have never tried to hide the fact that I am a follower of Jesus Christ.  I do not believe in Him because I am fearful of eternity’s fire if I do not.  I believe in Him and follow Him because He loved me, and loves me so much that He proved it.

In recent years I have grown to a place in Him that I never doubt or question His love for me.  What I do question and sometimes doubt is my love for Him.

My goal throughout every week is to Get Ready for Sunday.  The day I join with a few others to lift up the name of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in our place of worship;  singing hymns of worship and praise, praying, and to preach and hear the preaching of the word of God.

I pray that anyone who is reading this is like minded, and you are preparing yourself to meet the Lord, with those of like mind in Church on Sunday.  It will surely improve your heart, mind, and attitude through the coming week.

If you are not getting ready for Sunday you may not be ready for the day the Son returns.

God richly bless you

From the banks of Flat Creek,

`tim

Reading Books

Let me tell you what I am in the process of reading.  I bought a copy of a book by Joel Rosenberg, titled “The Twelfth Imam”.  I have read two or three of Rosenberg’s books before, “The Ezekiel Option” and “The Last Jihad” from the local library.

His books are novels, and are published as political thrillers, and they often have a Christian message in them.  Don’t let that stop you from reading them.  I am not writing this as a review, but to let you know I am enjoying the reading of it.  Once I start  it is hard to put down.

Rosenberg is a Jewish, and a Christian.  He also has a blog I have an e-subscription to.  It is Joel C. Rosenberg’s Blog.  You may find it interesting and informing as well.

“The Twelfth Imam” is pretty much set in the Mid-East, and deals with the life of a young man; David Shirazi; aka   Reza Tabrizi, a CIA operative in Tehran, Iran.  This story line is right along with many things happening in the Mid East.  Things we hear on the evening news and some things you and I might suspect are going on too.

You can probably find in your local library.  If this tickles your fancy, get it and read to your hearts temporary content.

Yeah!  Even folks who live along the banks of Flat Creek can read. 🙂

-Tim