Jesus Calling

Happy First of Autumn!

I’m reading a daily devotional book called Jesus Calling. It’s written as if by Jesus himself.

This morning’s entry started, “Trust Me and refuse to worry, for I am your Strength and Song. You are feeling wobbly this morning, looking at difficult times looming ahead, measuring them against your own strength. . . ”

At first I thought, This doesn’t apply to me! Yesterday maybe but not today!

Then I thought, Well maybe a little–I am a bit anxious about the flights to and from New England next month.

Then I thought, Oh, and I’m worried about the way this country is going, about Obama being re-elected, about the economy bottoming out, about war between Israel and Iran, about earthquakes–

Okay, okay, so it does apply!


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2 Responses to Jesus Calling

  1. High K says:

    Several of us are buying these in multiples-Costco has a good price and giving them out as led by the Holy Spirit. Malissa


  2. Jessica says:

    Isn’t it wonderful? I may buy a copy every year, as I’m sure it will still be applicable to whatever I’m going through each day.

    Another book we have just read, on a totally different subject, a book which we hope to encourage every voter to read between now and the election, is THE HARBINGER by Jonathan Cahn. You want to know why America is going downhill so rapidly and in so many ways, why and when God removed His hand of protection from us and how to prevent disaster? This explains it–as a story, a mystery unfolding; you can practically read it in one sitting. And it is all based on the inocuous-seeming verse, Isaiah 9:10. We’ve ordered two copies just as loaners.

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