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Stretch Out Your Hand


Indonesia, October 30, 2011

It’s a blessing through Kobes at Kobes’sBlogs in Spanish, and translated into English by Kei. Thank you for put this on my fb wall, dear.

‘Stretch Out Your Hand’

Sometimes the hardest thing to do when we need something, it’s closer to Him
It’s like when the need is great, but you can make it harder to closer to Him.

Luke 6:6-10
Jesus is teaching in the synagogue (synagogue=church). In a day of rest (Sabbath=Sunday) and a man with a “withered hand” sitting in front of Jesus. The Pharisees are watching him closely., In their eyes the Sabbath is not reason enough for Jesus to heal. But Jesus, seeing the need, call the man forward.

Jesus looked around at them all, and then said to the man, “Stretch out your hand.” He did so, and his hand was completely restored. Luke 6:10 (NIV)

Overcoming all the reasons why you should not pass, decide to respond to the invitation of Jesus.
We all need Christ.
And Jesus makes the same invitation to us today – ‘Stretch out your hand’

In the “center of our worship” extending our hands to God, He will come to us with all our needs and we must be aware that He is willing and able to restore and meet with us again.

When we gather and worship flows, it is because God is with us.
We received responses, and we are confident we can hope in God, who speaks to us individually or in public.

Looking for God more than ever and you will see your church truly find God, extending our hands to God in every moment of life.

“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.
Matthew 7:7 (NIV)

Blessings and Peace!
With Love, Kobes

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~ by keishinta on October 30, 2011.

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