Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I've been writing lately about love. After all, February is love month!
This love month hasn't been easy for me. For many reasons.
When I think of love, I think of Jesus, my saviour. And, how much I love Him and want to worship God, at church.
Being Sonday, my Lord's day, I once again stayed home and did not go anywhere to worship.
Yes, I've gone out and even driven myself. I must say though, I've only done this when I absolutely had to.
However, I have been trying to avoid going anywhere where there are crowds of people.
The more people, the more chance someone will be there, either sick or in the process of becoming sick. The last thing I need, is to become ill with any virus or infection on top of what I my body has already been fighting.
Instead, I've been listening to pastors preaching/teaching, both on radio and through the internet. This morning, I watched Jack Van Impe; here's a LINK to his site.
Recently, I listened to a sermon preached by Charles Lawson, that a Facebook (FB) friend sent me. I thought it was wonderful. It's called: Love Letter From Heaven: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECc8PsBpj0w&feature=player_embedded
While I miss being able to worship with my brothers and sisters-in-the-Lord, I am grateful that in this day and age, much teaching and preaching is available by various means.
One verse I love that shows how important it is, is Psalm 119:105, "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path."
Yes, God's Word lights up my life... and directs my path.
How grateful I am that I am being spiritually fed, even though I am basically at home, alone. How grateful I am, to be able to read and understand God's Word. How thankful I am that I have freedom to read the Bible.
Please pray with me for our brothers and sisters in Christ, who live in war-torn areas, or who do not have freedom to openly read, preach or teach God's Word. Thank you. May God bless you.
Until next time...
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