Tuesday, September 4th, 2012


A guest thought by Dan Gilpatrick
Keyword: Rest

This is my eldest son, Danny's, first sermon. While I know pride is a sin, I could not be more proud of this young man who gave me 99% of my grey hairs while he was but a teenager.

Danny and I are living proof of the words of Christ when He said "but to whom little is forgiven, the same loveth little." Luke 7:47b for we both, when we finally went broken and in tears to the Lord to ask forgiveness and for His control over our lives, had much to be forgiven for.

R&R - Rest and Restoration from Destiny Center Church

this thought is archived in three places, in additon to Dan's church, and ACP's previous thoughts, it is also archived as christianpatriot.com/dan01.htm

Sometime in the not too distant future I want to talk to you men in the Militias, about Luke 20:25 and Matthew 24:24.

Lord, make my faith as that which I perceive the Samaritans to have had. Amen.

As you ponder today's Scripture, ponder also your own relationship with Christ. Are you a Samaritan or are you a Galilean?

Lord give us eyes to see, ears to hear and a heart attuned to Your word.

Men, let us strive to be men who follow Christ, and pray our wives will, as Peter's and Abraham's wives did, simply follow.

Nai erchomai Kurios Iesous.

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