‘’ I must have the Saviour with me, for I dare not walk alone “
That is my thought for this and ever day that I may have left, “ Must “ is a strong word, it don’t say maybe you could make it but you “ must “ have the Saviour with you.
In this cold, cruel, selfish world that we are in is going to be a struggle for us all, without the help of our Father above we can never hope to make it. The world, flesh and the devil are to much for us alone. The devil is out to destroy us, and our flesh is called cruel so we “must” begin, continue and finish ever day with our Fathers presence very near, think about this it is a serious matter.
Would you like a little pit stop for something that might help keep us awake, as you know this is all make believe but some of us coffee lovers enjoy doing it, I have Sumatra x bold in the pot. You will be smelling it soon.
I have been reading about two men that are spoken about in the bible, Moses and Joshua. It is their ages at their death that impressed me. It said about Moses that he was one hundred and twenty years old, and it says that his eyes were not dim nor his natural force abated.
And is says about Joshua died being a hundred and ten, and it says that Israel served the Lord all the days of Joshua.
Two very faithful men on the sunset side of life and still serving God and being a help in his kingdom, these thoughts inspire me to desire to keep on going to the last step of the journey, doing the little that I can do, trusting God every step that I take. Dad realizes that the health of all of us has something to do with this, but whatever comes across our path we can keep true in praying.
I hope that I have not bored you this morning with all this, when I get something on my mind it is a relief to talk about it---- Remember to “ Live for others “
I hope to slip in again in the morning.
BYE BYE DAD