Article Library of Christian Thoughts October 21, 2017
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God is faithful in fullfilling His promises
Historically, God has been faithful in fulfilling every one of His promises - He began fulfilling this particular one from the moment Jesus resurrected, over 2000 years ago; therefore...

I take this opportunity to Bless You in the most precious name of Jesus. As I was meditating on the theme verse of this newsletter, found in Isaiah 43:19, I was drawn to the pre-text and was reminded of the following biblical principles:

1. Historically, God has been faithful in fulfilling every one of His promises

- He began fulfilling this particular one from the moment Jesus resurrected, over 2000 years ago; therefore we can rely on the fact that He "will continue to do this new thing" for us, even today.

2. There are some promises that are conditional

- the condition to this particular one is found in the previous verse 18, "Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old."

Based on these principles, I respectfully ask you to consider the following questions:

Have you been experiencing something " new that is springing forth" in your life lately? If not,

Can it be that you are clinging to sins, hurts or memories of your past that are robbing you of the opportunity to enjoy the newness of life that Christ died for?

Just remember that dams are put in place to keeps rivers from overflowing. The aforementioned might be the dams that are not allowing the river of God's

"new thing to spring forth" in your life. I remind you that God buried all these things in the bottom of the ocean and promised that He would never again remember them; so why should you allow the enemy to remind you of things that God has already forgiven and forgotten?

Just a thought from someone who loves you and wants the best for your life,

Pastor Jay


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