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Whenever I, Peter, find that needle in a haystack, I try to announce it to the world around me gently, enthusiastically and with precision. Finding those who share my taste in books, art and music is like going on a treasure hunt. I am on another treasure hunt. Let me give you a sip of this fine wine that is inside the pages of "Come Away My Beloved". If you like it, we will pour you a larger glass by directing you to a new web page:|
In a multitude of testings thou shalt learn courage. It matters not the price ye pay, but at any cost ye must obtain strength of character and the fortitude to endure. I would build thy resources until ye be able to carry unusually heavy loads and withstand intense pressures.
Ye shall thus become ambassadors of the Kingdom of Heaven to whom I can assign critical missions, being confident that ye are equipped to fulfill them.
It shall be in vain if ye anticipate resting in a comfortable place. Lo, Zion is already filled with those who are at ease. No, ye shall find thyself put in a place of training and discipline, so that when the moments of crisis come ye shall not become fainthearted, and ye shall not be the victim of unwanted fear.
Trust My instruction in all of this, as ye have in different types of past experiences. I am faithful and loving and I am doing this in order that ye may meet the future days, and not be found wanting.
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For the price of a book of stamps or less we can place the "The Seeking Heart" by Fenelon into your hands. Here is a sample page of the book:
Encourage peace. Become deaf to your overactive imagination. Your spinning imagination will harm your health and make your spiritual life very dry. You worry yourself sick for no good reason. Inner peace, and the sweet presence of God, are chased away by restlessness. How can you hear God speak, in His soft and tender way, when our hurried thoughts create a whirlwind within? Be quiet, and He will soon be heard. Allow yourself one excess: to be excessively obedient.
You ask for comfort, but you do not see that you have been led to the edge of the fountain and refuse to drink. Peace and comfort are to be found only in simple obedience. Be obedient without a lot of talk about how obedient you are. You will soon find rivers of living water flowing within you. If you believe much, you will receive much. If you believe nothing, you will receive nothing, and continue to listen only to the stories your empty imagination tells you.
You dishonor true love by supposing that it is concerned about the insignificant things that continually occupy your attention. Satan is transformed into an angel of light. He assumes the form of a legalistic love, and overly sensitive conscience You should know by now the troubles he will lead you into if he convinces you to be a Pharisee. Reject his advances.
If you allow yourself to have only simple and uncomplicated desires, you will be more pleasing to God than if you died the death of a hundred martyrs. Turn your anxieties to the fact that you have delayed in offering this sacrifice of simplicity to God. Can true love hesitate when the Well-Beloved asks?
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Walking in Jesus' Footstep
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If I walk in the footsteps of Jesus, my footsteps will never be erased.
I prefer to be groomed, not pruned – both are necessary!
If you don't know where you are going, you'll never get there.
I would rather wash dishes with Jesus than go on a cruise without Him.
In His will is our peace - that's a no-brainer.
The world cultivates our minds; Jesus cultivates our hearts.
I would rather hold Jesus' hand than look what is in it for me.
If we do our part, we won't fall apart.
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