Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), I've written many times about how worshipping my Lord, touches my heart. Especially on SONday, like today.
Last Sunday, I worshipped my Lord.
Not here in Windsor. Instead, I was in Lake Havasu City (LHC), Arizona, USA.
Are you surprised?
To be honest, I was sort of surprised that I would be in LHC, because it wasn't a trip I had taken time to plan. More about this, another time.
In any case, my cousin E, who lives in LHC, was born of a Jewish mom, and a Protestant dad who, as far as I know, never really worshipped at church. Except possibly, when he was young.
A long time ago, she began being led to believe in Christ. For this, I praised God! After all, I had been praying for her for this, for many a year.
After being widowed for a while, life took a turn. She made contact with someone she had known many years ago.
In the past, I wrote about how she had been widowed, and then remarried in February this year. She married a fellow she had been in love with, about 44 years earlier! He's been a born-again Christian for quite a while, now.
How blessed I was, being able to worship at the Baptist church, where my family worships! Here's a LINK to Calvary Baptist Church, in LHC.
How grateful I am that my family member has come to Christ and gained salvation.
After all, God's Word tells us in John 3:3, "Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God."
It amazes me even to this day, that I had prayed for so many years, that my cousin would become born-again. And, she has!
How thankful I am that she is a convert, who has also been obedient to God's leading, and been baptized. Thank You, Lord!
How blessed I feel, that like others in her life, God answered our prayer for my cousin. Thank You, Lord!
How grateful I am that both my cousin and her new husband focus on Jesus and love Him, in a saving relationship! Thank You, Lord!
If Jesus is not your saviour, please read the New Testament portion of the Bible. Begin in the book of John, where you'll read that a person must be born again, just as quoted above.
May the Holy Spirit convict you, and guide you to faith in Christ.
Until next time...
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