I find myself today praying for others and being prayed for praying for them. The Lord lives through us as we grow more and more in His strength. Some are issues with illness of a family member and a dear friend. Another blessing for another family member for a good doctor visit. When we are hurting or in need, we become one with the Lord, comforters. We cannot do it alone, Christians are a body of one church in Christ Jesus.
We know as Christians whatever happens is according to His will. We trust and praise Him in our prayers. We pray for needs for others, and ourselves to remain obedient servants. He will answer according to His will, not ours.
So come before the Lord Jesus today, on bended knees before His cross where He died for you. Trust Him with all you are. When you leave here, it is with your soul only. The rest means nothing. He sees to it that we have what we need. So you can be dragging all the riches in the world down through the wide gate and that evil soul will perish, or you can be at peace knowing your Lord Jesus, God the Father, and the Holy Spirit who dwells within you will be awaiting you. The gate is narrow unto life, with an immortal, glorified soul and body and treasure beyond all we could ever imagine in heaven. (Matthew 7:13-14; Matthew 6:19-21)
Are you striving for that narrow gate? Test yourself. Do you believe Jesus Christ was crucified, died on the cross, and rose from the dead and ascended into heaven to right hand of God the Father? Jesus’s death is a complete propitiation (substitution) for remission of our sins, past, present and future. (Romans 3:25; Romans 6; Hebrews 2:17; 1 John 2:2; 1 John 4:10) He died for all that God the Father will draw to Him (Jesus). Jesus will lose none and will raise us up on that last day. We were lost sheep, many will remain lost sheep, cast off forever. The angels rejoice in heaven over one sheep that is found. I pray you are His sheep because all His sheep hear His voice and will follow no one else. (false gods, god mockers, false teachers). (Jude 18:16-19; Matthew 7:15-23; Matthew 24:23-26)
God is the I AM. Always was, always is and always will be forever into eternity. John 8:54-59) By Faith we understand. (Hebrews 11)
The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit!