What I’m Up To 2/2/22

I realize I haven’t published anything on my blog since mid. December.

I have been writing, just, on a more personal level. I am also writing the 3rd book in the Zoo BoyZ series,

“KIDEAYERS Vs. Zoo Boyz”

Below is the information regarding the publication of the first book in the series, “The Park” published by Biblioboard (details at bottom)

The Park (written version)— 3 boys sneak into an abandoned amusement park and discover that the park has a mind of its own. (1st story in the Zoo BoyZ series). Link: https://tombeetlebailey.wordpress.com/2017/06/28/the-park-editing//

The Park Audio Book Link: https://tombeetlebailey.wordpress.com/2020/09/15/the-park-audio-book

Zoo BoyZ (sequel to The Park). This book takes you to ZOO Island, a remote, abandoned place where four coming of age boys uncover many things they wish they would have left well enough alone. (Full book in draft form only right now. For a teaser Go to:

https://tombeetlebailey.wordpress.com/2021/05/09/zoo-boyz-teaser-segment/

Zoo Boyz Audio Book playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnjQOVtw61ejO7xabZyR475_opYg6HMHM

KIDEATERS Vs. Zoo BoyZ (After The Park & Zoo BoyZ, this is the 3rd book in the Zoo BoyZ series). I am currently writing this one.  For an unedited written version I have so far go to: https://wp.me/p6Exj2-4nX

Link to publisher: https://library.biblioboard.com/welcome

“THE PARK” full details -Description: A short story about 3 boys who sneak into an abandoned amusement park and discover that the park has a mind of its own. -Category Young Adult Fiction -License Type Copyright held by content provider -Citations APA (American Psychological Association) -Author Tom E. Bailey -Edited by Aileen Bailey, original written in 2017. -Chicago Style (Bibliography)Bailey, Thomas -MLA (Modern Language Association)
The Park https://library.biblioboard.com/content/1c973c98-7a7f-45bc-89a9-a0c0fe14898d.

A Pearl of Wisdom

A thought from the devotional, “One-Minute Prayers to Unwind a Worried Mind

When an irritating grain of sand dwells within an oyster for a while, the oyster responds by coating the intruder and protecting itself from harm.

In time, that gritty annoyance becomes a beautiful, treasured pearl. The oyster does this instinctively.

We have an opportunity to do the same. We can respond to the irritant of worry by covering it in prayer and asking God to protect our hearts, minds, and spirits. The result? God’s peace blesses us with the pearl of wisdom.

Everything written in the Scriptures was written to teach us, in order that we might have hope through the patience and encouragement which the Scriptures give us.
Romans 15:4 GNB

Sin Doesn’t Make Us Bad, It Makes Us Dead.

Inspiration and portions of today’s post were inspired by and taken from, The Rising: 7 Ways the Resurrection Changes Everything -day 3 (http://bible.com/r/4dx) and from God’s Word.

The Resurrected Life

Spiritually speaking, sin doesn’t make you bad, it makes you dead.

The good news of the Gospel isn’t that Jesus makes you good, it’s that He makes you ALIVE!

How? Not by you trying hard or following all the rules perfectly. No, the Gospel brings life when you trust the central promise that Jesus died in your place to give you eternal life with Him.

That faith changes you. I mean think about it, dead people and living people don’t engage in the same activities. That would be weird.

No, when you’ve been made alive in Jesus, you begin to live differently.

As Paul writes here in Colossians, you put off old ways and put on new ways because you aren’t dead anymore, you’re alive.

And yet too often, we may find ourselves doing what we used to do and being where we used to be before our rising. We take naps in our old coffins.

But Jesus’ Rising calls us to wake up and live! One way we can begin is simply by doing what you’re doing right now.

Meditating on the profound simplicity of the Gospel.

If the Rising is just an event that you occasionally look back on, you’ll never find the power to walk it out. But when the Rising becomes so real that it’s not behind you, but in front of you, and

CHRIST’S SPIRIT IS inside of you, that’s where the power lies to really live!

Look up! After all, we’re rising.

Inspiration and portions of today’s post were inspired by and taken from: The Rising: 7 Ways the Resurrection Changes Everything -day 3 (http://bible.com/r/4dx) and God’s Word.

Ya may also enjoy the post I wrote using the movie 👉”Weekend At Burnie’s“👈 as an illustration. Go to: https://tombeetlebailey.wordpress.com/2020/11/25/weekend-at-burnies-revisit/


God’s Word

Colossians 3:1‭-‬11 GNB

You have been raised to life with Christ, so set your hearts on the things that are in heaven, where Christ sits on his throne at the right-hand side of God. Keep your minds fixed on things there, not on things here on earth. For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. Your real life is Christ and when he appears, then you too will appear with him and share his glory!

You must put to death, then, the earthly desires at work in you, such as sexual immorality, indecency, lust, evil passions, and greed (for greed is a form of idolatry).

Because of such things God’s anger will come upon those who do not obey him.

At one time you yourselves used to live according to such desires, when your life was dominated by them.

But now you must get rid of all these things: anger, passion, and hateful feelings. No insults or obscene talk must ever come from your lips. Do not lie to one another, for you have taken off the old self with its habits and have put on the new self.

This is the new being which God, its Creator, is constantly renewing in his own image, in order to bring you to a full knowledge of himself.

As a result, there is no longer any distinction between Gentiles and Jews, circumcised and uncircumcised, barbarians, savages, slaves, and free, but Christ is all, Christ is in all.
Colossians 3:1‭-‬11 GNB


Classic Christian Rock song, “Come Alive” by Ruscha:

We Can’t Earn God’s Love

The Lord is kind to people and he forgives them. He is slow to get angry and his love always continues. He knows that we are weak humans. He remembers that he used dust to make us.
Psalms 103:8‭, ‬14 EASY

Love the Lord your God with all of your mind and your thoughts. Make him the most important person in your lives. Think about him every day.
Deuteronomy 6:5 EASY


Portions of Unblinded Faith: Open Your Eyes To God’s Promises • Devotional were used for this post as well as God’s Word (links at bottom).

Unfailing Love

The consequences of sin—our own or someone else’s— can make us feel as though God’s compassion and mercy are far off.

At times we feel as if His anger has been unleashed upon us alone; left with the feeling that His unfailing love for us is seemingly out of reach.

According to God’s Word our behavior is not at the center of God’s focus.

For far too long we have thought that for God to show us His compassion, mercy and love, we have to earn it.

That is never going to happen.

Taking God at His Word, regardless of our feelings, we need to hold on to the fact that God couldn’t love us any more or any less than He already does.

God’s mercy isn’t linked to a measuring stick. He’s not some hot-tempered, irrational killjoy ready to ruin our lives with unquenchable anger.

God’s love for us is not based on our performance,

but it is reserved for those of us who have been adopted into His family through faith in Jesus Christ (Ephesians 1:4-5).

He instructs us, His children, to show Him reverence and seek to love Him with all our being as He chooses to keep His covenant and remembers His promises from everlasting to everlasting (Psalm 103:17-18; Deuteronomy 6:5). 

Life is more about Him and less about us.

God is always compassionate and merciful, not easily angered and unfailing in love.

God is always who He says He is and will always do what He says He will do.

Closing Prayer:

God, I know I’m not perfect, but I’m thankful You don’t look at me any differently because of my mistakes. Thank You for having compassion for me, and for being willing to help me learn and grow. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Taken in part from, “Unblinded Faith: Open Your Eyes To God’s Promises • Devotional” https://bible.com/reading-plans/11466/day/3?segment=0


God’s Word:

I say to myself, ‘Praise the Lord!’ Everything that is in me, praise his holy name! I say to myself, ‘Praise the Lord!’ Never forget all the good things that he has done for you! He forgives all my sins. He makes me well again when I am ill. He saves me from the deep hole of death’s power. He always loves me and he is kind to me. That is how he blesses me so much! He gives me many good things for my life here. So I become strong again, with the strength of a young eagle. The Lord does what is right and fair. He helps poor people who receive pain from others. He showed Moses how he works to help his people. He showed the Israelites the great things that he could do. The Lord is kind to people and he forgives them. He is slow to get angry and his love always continues. He will not always tell us that we are wrong. He will not always continue to be angry. We should receive much punishment for the bad things that we do. But the Lord does not punish us so much. For people who worship him, his special love is very great. How far is the sky above the earth? His love is greater than that! How far is the east from the west? The Lord has taken our sins farther away than that! He no longer says that we are guilty. As a father is kind to his children, the Lord is kind to us. He is kind to people who worship him. He knows that we are weak humans. He remembers that he used dust to make us. A person’s life is like grass that quickly dies. He is strong only for a short time, like wild flowers in a field. A hot wind blows over flowers and they die! Nobody even remembers where they were growing. But the special love of the Lord will always be with people who worship him. He promises to be kind to their children’s children for ever. He continues to love people who obey his covenant. Those are the people who obey his laws. The Lord rules from his throne in heaven. He rules as king over everything. You who are the Lord’s angels, you strong angels who do what he tells you to do, praise the Lord! All of you who belong to his armies in heaven, his servants who do what he wants, praise the Lord! Yes, everything that the Lord has made, in all the places that he rules over, praise the Lord! I say to myself, ‘Praise the Lord!’
Psalms 103:1‭-‬22 EASY

https://bible.com/bible/2079/psa.103.1-22.EASY

Before God made the world, he chose us to be his people because of Christ. He chose us so that we would please him. Because we belong to Christ, God accepts us as completely good. This shows how much he loves us. Long ago, he already decided to accept us into his family as his children, because of Jesus Christ. He chose us to belong to him because it made him very happy.
Ephesians 1:4‭-‬5 EASY

https://bible.com/bible/2079/eph.1.4-5.EASY

Love the Lord your God with all of your mind and your thoughts. Make him the most important person in your lives. Think about him every day.
Deuteronomy 6:5 EASY

https://bible.com/bible/2079/deu.6.5.EASY

Spiritual Senses

I just finished day 5 of the @YouVersion plan ‘Awakening Your 5 Spiritual Senses to God’s Grace’.  What I want to share from it may very well change how you think about your relationship with Christ.

Our freedom from the law translates into a no-strings-attached, total acceptance that we are anchored to through Christ.

This freedom means that we need not walk on eggshells with the Lord. We can move forward confidently, knowing that we are loved with an unshakable, unbreakable love purchased through blood. 

Second, we taste the goodness of the Lord in the new covenant as God has bestowed on us a new identity, making us clean and close to God. We are heavenly at the core.

Our righteousness is not some positional status God has given us while we actually remain dirty and distant.

No, God has actually cleansed us and made us new. He has given us a place of honor in His family by exchanging our old spiritual DNA for a new self.

We are now literally and actually partakers of His divine nature.

(2 Cor. 5:17; Col. 3:10; 2 Pet. 1:4)

Third, our new covenant forgiveness is an incredible demonstration of the Lord’s goodness toward us.

While the forgiveness of old involved animal sacrifices once a year, the new covenant forgiveness we now enjoy is very different.

Jesus Christ is not up in heaven dying again and again, and therefore, we are not being forgiven progressively.

Instead, the sin issue is now over. Christ is seated in heaven at God’s right hand, and his work is finished.

This means we are completely forgiven and cleansed people, entirely reconciled to God. 

Lastly, the new covenant announcement is that God has given us His divine life. Life has been restored to the place formerly housing death.

When our human spirit was exchanged, old for new, we were filled with God’s Spirit and sealed by him until Christ’s return.

(Eph. 1:13–14)

His presence in us is for here and now, and His presence is for the eternity we already participate in. 

Freedom, identity, forgiveness, and life—these make up God’s new way. Each enables us to taste the goodness of the Lord in a special way. Each awakens our spiritual senses to God’s grace.

Find out for yourself how good the LORD is. Happy are those who find safety with him.

Psalms 34:8 GNB

My Jesus, You’ve changed how I look at myself, how I look at others, and how I see You. Thank You for forgiving me once for all. Thank You for freeing me from the impossible standard of the Law. Thank You for giving me a brand-new identity. But most of all, thank You for the gift of Your life. You are so incredibly good to us, and I will love You all the days of my life. 

You just finished day 5 of the @YouVersion plan ‘Awakening Your 5 Spiritual Senses to God’s Grace’. Check it out here: http://bible.com/r/4U7

[from “Heaven is Now” by Andrew Farley]

Get encouraged in God’s grace with Andrew Farley’s videos! https://andrewfarley.org/


Classic Christian Rock song, “Thrown Away” by Dogs of Peace:


God’s Word:

Anyone who is joined to Christ is a new being; the old is gone, the new has come.
2 Corinthians 5:17 GNB

You have been raised to life with Christ, so set your hearts on the things that are in heaven, where Christ sits on his throne at the right-hand side of God. Keep your minds fixed on things there, not on things here on earth. For you have died, and your life is hidden with Christ in God. Your real life is Christ and when he appears, then you too will appear with him and share his glory! You must put to death, then, the earthly desires at work in you, such as sexual immorality, indecency, lust, evil passions, and greed (for greed is a form of idolatry). Because of such things God’s anger will come upon those who do not obey him. At one time you yourselves used to live according to such desires, when your life was dominated by them. But now you must get rid of all these things: anger, passion, and hateful feelings. No insults or obscene talk must ever come from your lips. Do not lie to one another, for you have taken off the old self with its habits and have put on the new self. This is the new being which God, its Creator, is constantly renewing in his own image, in order to bring you to a full knowledge of himself. As a result, there is no longer any distinction between Gentiles and Jews, circumcised and uncircumcised, barbarians, savages, slaves, and free, but Christ is all, Christ is in all. You are the people of God; he loved you and chose you for his own. So then, you must clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. Be tolerant with one another and forgive one another whenever any of you has a complaint against someone else. You must forgive one another just as the Lord has forgiven you. And to all these qualities add love, which binds all things together in perfect unity. The peace that Christ gives is to guide you in the decisions you make; for it is to this peace that God has called you together in the one body. And be thankful. Christ’s message in all its richness must live in your hearts. Teach and instruct each other with all wisdom. Sing psalms, hymns, and sacred songs; sing to God with thanksgiving in your hearts. Everything you do or say, then, should be done in the name of the Lord Jesus, as you give thanks through him to God the Father.

Colossians 3:1‭-‬17 GNB

2nd letter from Peter. Ch.1 verses 1‭-‬9 (Message Translation) I, Simon Peter, am a servant and apostle of Jesus Christ.

I write this to you whose experience with God is as life-changing as ours, all due to our God’s straight dealing and the intervention of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Grace and peace to you many times over as you deepen in your experience with God and Jesus, our Master. Everything that goes into a life of pleasing God has been miraculously given to us by getting to know, personally and intimately, the One who invited us to God.

The best invitation we ever received!

We were also given absolutely terrific promises to pass on to you—your tickets to participation in the life of God after you turned your back on a world corrupted by lust.

So don’t lose a minute in building on what you’ve been given, complementing your basic faith with good character, spiritual understanding, alert discipline, passionate patience, reverent wonder, warm friendliness, and generous love, each dimension fitting into and developing the others.

With these qualities active and growing in your lives, no grass will grow under your feet, no day will pass without its reward as you mature in your experience of our Master Jesus.

Without these qualities you can’t see what’s right before you, oblivious that your old sinful life has been wiped off the books.
2 Peter 1:1‭-‬9 MSG

It’s in Christ that you, once you heard the truth and believed it (this Message of your salvation), found yourselves home free—signed, sealed, and delivered by the Holy Spirit. This signet from God is the first installment on what’s coming, a reminder that we’ll get everything God has planned for us, a praising and glorious life.
Ephesians 1:13‭-‬14 MSG

Amen

When Everything Else FAILS & Fades

Portions taken from day 1 of the free @YouVersion plan ‘Hope: A Study in Scripture’  By Annie Harley

At this time there are three things that continue. We continue to trust God. We continue to hope for his good things. We continue to love other people. But the most important of these things is love.
1 Corinthians 13:13 EASY

1st Corinthians 13:13 explains that even if everything else fades, faith, hope, and love remain (continue).

Faith and love seem like very obvious pursuits of walking with Christ, holding His hand; however, hope can often times feel like:

  • an elusive concept,
  • confusing,
  • like crossing our fingers,
  • wishing for the best,
  • a wishful thought in which the outcome is unknown,
  • thoughts such as, I hope it doesn’t rain tomorrow or I hope my friend doesn’t get bad news on her health.

Honestly that’s exactly how many of us may view hope. But, that is not the biblical word.

The idea behind the word we translate as hope in the New Testament is:

  • like an anchor for our souls,
  • not just wishful thinking,
  • confident,
  • expectant,
  • a joyful certainty!

God is who He says He is.

He will do what He says He will do.

Biblical hope is always rooted in the future. All throughout scripture, hope is always pointed towards what is coming. It gives perspective to see beyond the current moment.

God is the one who causes us to hope for good things. I pray that God will bless you very much. I pray that he will cause you to be happy and to have peace in your minds. He will do this because you believe in him. As a result, God’s Holy Spirit will make you strong with his power, so that you hope even more certainly.
Romans 15:13 EASY

Amen


Notes: All throughout Scripture, these three distinctives, faith, hope, and love are found together (Galatians 5:5–6; Colossians 1:4-5; 1 Thessalonians 1:3, 5:8; 2 Timothy 1:12–13; 1 Peter 1:21–22).
Faith (trust) is “the reality of what we hope for; it is the evidence of things we cannot see” (Hebrews 11:1 NLT).
Scripturally, faith and hope are inseparable. You cannot have faith without the hope of salvation, and it is impossible to have hope without believing in faith.
You just finished day 1 of the 12 day @YouVersion plan ‘Hope: A Study in Scripture’. Check it out here: http://bible.com/r/544

⛔Stop Stinkin’ Thinkin’🛑

Why do bad things happen to good people? Ya really don’t know how “good” someone is until something bad happens and you see how they respond.

I just finished day 1 of the @YouVersion plan ‘How to Battle Fear‘ (link at bottom).

Here are some notes on that thought that helped me. I hope it helps you too.

Test It

In difficult times, we must consider what we’re filling our minds with.

It’s important to be informed, prepared, and ready to the best of our human abilities;

however, Too many times I have been overwhelmed because I overload with too much negativity or information that incites fear.

God is honored when we play our part, but we must allow Him to handle the rest.

Nothing surprises Him. 

When things go beyond our reach and we feel we’ve lost control, we often let our minds run rampant with fear-filled thoughts and what-if scenarios. Before we know it, our actions are no longer rational

There’s good news!

We have a guide to help us own our thoughts.

Philippians 4:8 is a great test as to whether we should think about something. The verse tells us to think about things that are true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and worthy of praise. Consider each word listed below. 

True
One of the most important things to consider about our thoughts is, “Are they true?”  We need to focus on what is authentic and real.

Noble
Because we are children of God, we’re in the highest of ranks! Our thoughts should be loyal, royal, and regal. Let’s not allow ourselves to think in an unkind or repulsive manner.

Right
Thinking the right thoughts means allowing accuracy and appropriateness to guide us. We are called to right-living and right-thinking by God’s Word.

Pure
To be pure in heart and thought is not as difficult as it seems. It’s simply choosing to think about good, upright, and honest things. 

Lovely
To think lovely thoughts means to see the beauty in life and allow our minds to think upon those things. Let’s look for the good (the beautiful, not the ugly).

Admirable
To be admired is something most people want. But do we want admirable thoughts? Thoughts that are credible and distinguished and allow us to live in such a way that is commendable. 

Excellent
The best of the best is what excellent is. When our thoughts are excellent, they are superb, exceptional, and fabulous. Excellent thoughts lead us to live excellent lives.

Worthy of praise
What thoughts are worthy of praise? Thoughts about God.

🔴 His ways, 🔴 His plans, and. 🔴His creation, to name a few. It’s safe to say that when our thoughts are on Him, that’s a good thing. 

So, what happens when we test our thoughts with these guides and our circumstances are still bleak? That’s where faith enters. We weren’t created to know the future—that’s God’s job. 

🔴He sees. 🔴He knows the future because 🔴He is all-knowing, 🔴He is all-powerful, and 🔴He’s everywhere all the time.

And guess what?

🔴He sees you. 🔴He’s with you. 🔴He’s covering you.

Even when we can’t sense it, we can trust that 🔴He is with us. 🔴He is standing on 🔴His truth. 

Can we adjust 100% of our thoughts? Probably not. But, in the world of our thoughts, some improvement is better than none. We can begin to win this mental war by owning one thought at a time.


God’s Word

Summing it all up, friends, I’d say you’ll do best by filling your minds and meditating on things true, noble, reputable, authentic, compelling, gracious—the best, not the worst; the beautiful, not the ugly; things to praise, not things to curse. Put into practice what you learned from me, what you heard and saw and realized. Do that, and God, who makes everything work together, will work you into his most excellent harmonies.
Philippians 4:8‭-‬9 MSG

You just finished day 1 of the @YouVersion plan ‘How to Battle Fear’. Check it out the full 4 days here: http://bible.com/r/4vB

Prayer, Power, Purpose

The Power of Prayer

I just finished day 4 of the 5 day @YouVersion plan ‘REBOOT’ (link at bottom) Here is what I gathered from today.

“To pray is to change. Prayer is the central avenue God uses to transform us. If we are unwilling to change, we will abandon prayer as a noticeable characteristic of our lives. The closer we come to the heartbeat of God the more we see our need and the more we desire to be conformed to Christ.”

—Richard Foster (Celebration of Discipline)

“If your heart hungers for souls to be saved and your nation to be turned to God…then the life of prayer is a must.” —Paul Y. Cho (Prayer: Key to Revival)

We all want to live a life that carries meaning and purpose.

We want to see our family thrive in every season regardless of what may come.

We want to hear God’s voice and be lead in the right direction for our life. As Believers we all desire this. However, intentions are not actions. 

It can also be true that we all want these things right now, instantaneously.

We want to snap our fingers, say a word, press the button, and it happen exactly as we desire it. This is often a

false reality.

This is often how we view and see prayer. If I say the magic words then it should happen, right? 

Prayer, as Richard Foster notes above, is the central avenue God uses to transform us and to be changed for the better. This does not occur in an instant moment, but in a gradual, habitual lifestyle of prayer. 

True Reality

To pray is to seek God’s heart. To pray is to confess your sins, and share your heart with God. To pray is also to listen and focus on God’s voice through His word. 

Prayer should be more about what God does than some ritual we attempt to perform.

A life that carries meaning and purpose is found in moments of prayer. Our families thrive, persevere, and overcome in every season through moments of prayer. We hear God’s voice and find direction for our life in moments of prayer.

The Apostle James understood that, “The earnest prayers of a righteous person has great power and produces wonderful results” (5:16b)

Prayer is the fuel to a greater spiritual life. It is the difference between life and death in your spirit. Prayer is the power and the key that unlocks victory in your life.

This is said so we’ll in this Classic Christian Rock song, “Power Of Prayer” by The Joe English Band (former drummer for Paul McCartney Wings):

Prayer:

Lord, as I pray, help me pray. Speak to me. Hear me. Change me. Have your way in Jesus name, and literally for Christ’s sake, may it be so.


God’s Word

Are you hurting? Pray. Do you feel great? Sing. Are you sick? Call the church leaders together to pray and anoint you with oil in the name of the Master. Believing-prayer will heal you, and Jesus will put you on your feet. And if you’ve sinned, you’ll be forgiven—healed inside and out. Make this your common practice: Confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you can live together whole and healed. The prayer of a person living right with God is something powerful to be reckoned with. Elijah, for instance, human just like us, prayed hard that it wouldn’t rain, and it didn’t—not a drop for three and a half years. Then he prayed that it would rain, and it did. The showers came and everything started growing again.
James 5:13‭-‬18 MSG

https://bible.com/bible/97/jas.5.13-18.MSG

God appeared to Solomon that very night and said, “I accept your prayer; yes, I have chosen this place as a temple for sacrifice, a house of worship. If I ever shut off the supply of rain from the skies or order the locusts to eat the crops or send a plague on my people, and my people, my God-defined people, respond by humbling themselves, praying, seeking my presence, and turning their backs on their wicked lives, I’ll be there ready for you: I’ll listen from heaven, forgive their sins, and restore their land to health. From now on I’m alert day and night to the prayers offered at this place. Believe me, I’ve chosen and sanctified this Temple that you have built: My Name is stamped on it forever; my eyes are on it and my heart in it always. As for you, if you live in my presence as your father David lived, pure in heart and action, living the life I’ve set out for you, attentively obedient to my guidance and judgments, then I’ll back your kingly rule over Israel—make it a sure thing on a sure foundation. The same covenant guarantee I gave to David your father I’m giving to you, namely, ‘You can count on always having a descendant on Israel’s throne.’
2 Chronicles 7:12‭-‬18 MSG

A sure thing on a sure foundation.

https://bible.com/bible/97/2ch.7.12-18.MSG


REBOOT http://bible.com/r/5Tf

To start at Day 1 of the 5 day @YouVersion plan ‘REBOOT’ go to: http://bible.com/r/5Tf

F.R.O.G. Full Rely On God