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BRUCE MCGEE MINISTRIES
Gary Godard Chief Technical Officer
An elderly lady was teaching the four and five-year-old
Sunday School class.
During one of the lessons, they were learning about the
building of Solomon’s temple.
The teacher explained that when the temple was finished,
the presence of the Lord filled the temple.
All of a sudden, the children’s eyes widened, and they were
filled with excitement.
Soon the teacher discovered, however, that the source of their
excitement was not joy that God had come to dwell in the temple;
but the children had imagined God filling the temple with presents!
Suffer me a little, and I will shew thee that I have yet to
speak on God's behalf.
LIGHT from the WORD.
Meekness, in Christians, demands we do not exalt self.
But that same meekness demands we exalt our Lord.
Do not associate meekness with weakness.
Meekness is actually power under control.
It means using strength and ability when necessary.
Self-discipline of the soul for Christ, demands Christians speak out
"on God's behalf."
Job (above) calls upon his friends to "suffer me a little,"
or LISTEN awhile!
All Christians do not have a pulpit, but all do have friends to whom
they can talk of Jesus.
We may not own a newspaper, but we have a STRONGER
resource -- WORD OF MOUTH!
When immorality looms around us, do we not have
"yet to speak on God's behalf?"
Shall the right be silenced
while the wrong is publicized?
Let's hear the voice of the lambs
"speak the truth in love."
When you have the “present” of God’s presence,
let Him work “in you both to will and to do of
HIS good pleasure!” (Philippians 2:13)