Even in the midst of your pain, sorrow, frustrations in life, the best thing you could do is to come closer to Jesus. That's the ultimate divine medicine.
Yes. Come to Him. He is your miracle to your current situation.
Do You Feel It?
You have shown me the path to life, and you make me glad by being near to me. Sitting at your right side, I will always be joyful. —Psalm 16:11 (CEV)
As you decide to come close to Me, the Light of My Presence shines brightly upon you. Do you feel it? It’s that warm feeling when you know you’ve done something that makes Me smile. It’s that Peace in your heart when you’ve poured out all your sorrows to Me. It’s that bubbling-over Joy that fills your voice when you sing My praises. It’s that perfect Love I always have for you— even when you mess up.
This is one of those wonderful things about Me—the closer you get to Me, the closer I draw you to Me . . . which brings Me closer to you . . . and on and on and on.
Do you feel that Joy? Open your heart to Me—and receive even more joy!
Source: Jesus Calling For Kids iphone/ipad app By Sarah Young
Acts 1:8 8But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”
Before Jesus went back to heaven, He told His disciples to “wait for the Promise of the Father”. (Acts 1:4) There are thousands of promises in the Bible, so which promise was He referring to?
The early church knew which promise Jesus was referring to because He had told His disciples, “Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the Promise of the Father, which you have heard Me speak about. For John truly baptized with water, but you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit not many days from now.” (Acts 1:4–5) Jesus was referring to the baptism in the Holy Spirit with speaking in tongues. (Acts 2:1–4)
Jesus wants you to know the value of the Promise of the Father because He said, “You shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me...” He did not say, “You shall do witnessing,” but “You shall be witnesses”. In other words, your very person will be a witness to Him!
This is because the power you receive when you are baptized in the Holy Spirit is the same power that so anointed Peter that the sick were laid on the streets for his shadow to fall on them and heal them. (Acts 5:15) Even handkerchiefs and aprons from Paul’s body were so saturated with the anointing of the Spirit that when they touched the sick, people witnessed diseases and evil spirits leaving the sick! (Acts 19:12)
That same power caused a Holy Spirit-baptized church member, who prayed in tongues, to experience God’s healing power when he laid hands on his mother who was in an advanced stage of cancer. And because she was healed, she became a witness of the love and power of God to her friends and unbelieving relatives.
Beloved, when you are baptized in the Holy Spirit, you will be a witness to others that no problem, trial, disease or sickness is a match for the power of the Spirit in you!
Huwaaaah! Jesus is soooo speaking to me through this!
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Tell It to Me
The LORD gave me what I had, and the LORD has taken it away. Praise the name of the Lord!
—Job 1:21 (NLT)
You don’t like it when your plans are messed with. You planned to go to the movies, but your parents said no. You wanted to spend the summer goofing off, but you ended up babysitting instead. You had a goal in mind, but I said, “Not now.”
When you don’t get to do what you want, you feel like stomping your foot and yelling, “No!” But instead, you push your anger and frustration down inside you. I want you to let that frustration out—to Me. I’ll understand, and I’ll help you sort through it. Then—and this is the really tough part—praise Me.
Remember that all good things—your possessions, your family and friends, your health and talents, even your time—are gifts from Me. Thank Me for the good things I give you, but do not cling to them. Be willing to let go of anything I take from you, including your plans. But don’t ever let go of My hand!
Source: Jesus Calling For Kids ipad app By Sarah Young ( definitely a MUST-HAVE APP!)