Thus Speak Nirmal

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Living one day at a time

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The Bible is very clear that there is needful help in every trial. Physical burdens are ill to bear, and mental burdens are even harder. However, faith allows me to face each day knowing that tomorrow is also in God’s hands.

This is the day which the LORD hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it.

(Psalm 118:24 KJV Bible)

  • I know He is the beginning, so why do I worry about the end?
  • I know He is the creator, so why do I wonder who will destroy?
  • I know He has forgiven me, so why can't I forgive myself?
  • I know He is a healer, so why do I speak of sickness?
  • I know He can do all things, so why do I say I can't?
  • I know He will protect me, so why do I fear?
  • I know He will supply all my needs, so why can't I wait?
  • I know He is my strength and my salvation, so why do I feel weak?
  • I know that everything and everyone has a season, so why when someone's season is over do I weep instead of rejoice?
  • I know He is the right way, so why do I go the wrong way?
  • I know He is the light, so why do I choose to walk in darkness?
  • I know that whatever I ask of GOD, GOD will give me, so why am I scared to ask?
  • I know tomorrow is not promised, so why do I put off for tomorrow what I can do today?
  • I know that the truth shall make me free, so why do I continue to lie?
  • I know He gives us revelation knowledge and understanding, so why do I lean on my own understanding?
  • I know I should live in the spirit as well as walk in the spirit, so why do I choose to live in the spirit but walk in the flesh?
  • I know that when praises go up blessings come down, so why do I refuse to praise Him?
  • I know I am saved, so why do I refuse the word He has given me?

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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Story time it is...

I read this story on the internet and felt that it should go in my blog for sure:

There was once a bird which stayed close to a sugar factory. It usually had the habit of taking sugar from one place to another. One fine day, while repeating its usual course of fly, the sugar which it was carrying fell off into a pot containing water. Desperate to get the sugar back, the bird dipped its beak into the pot containing water. Since the sugar had just started to dissolve in water , the water on top of the pot tasted very sweet for the bird. On its way back, thinking the water would still be sweet it dipped its beak to find that the water wasn't sweet. So the bird started taking more amounts of sugar everyday and added it into the water, but still the water in the pot wasn't sweet. In desperation, the bird started working over-time, just to show its mates that it has found a water pot that had sweet water. Its mates never knew the ground reality.

Moral of the story: Half-truth is far worse than complete falsehood.

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Monday, October 05, 2009

Tweets from Rick Warren

People tend to believe the parts of the Bible they like & ignore/deny what doesnt fit their system.U cant box in God!

"The very day I call for help, the tide of battle turns.Enemies flee!This one thing I know:God is for me!" Psalm 56:9 LB

If u look at the world,u'll be depressed.If u look within, u'll be distressed.If u look at Christ,u'll be at rest.-CTenBoom

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Friday, October 02, 2009

Always know...

Always know that God cherishes you and live that way

What a wonderful promise it is. A sense of security in God's arms. A sure sign that ONLY God can love us unconditionally come what may. Like an expression of joy that descends on a sailor's face on seeing a lighthouse when sailing though a tempest. He gets the assurance that the destination is not far away and he just needs to focus on the lighthouse and sail towards it.

The Bible says in Psalm 55:22 "Cast your cares on the LORD and He will sustain you, He will never let the righteous fall". An answer when we are too bothered about the problems in life.

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