The Things Which I Say

Luke 6:46 (KJV) And why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say?


I chuckle to myself just about every time I sit down to write and prepare my discourse. Why? Well, have you noticed a theme that seems to run through all my discourses? That's right, I write on such a tiny verses with only a  few words! Believe me when I say, I didn't select this verse, or any of the verses that I talk on. Now, I can hear someone say, okay, how do you pick the particular verse?

When I sit down and do my daily school work, GEC Bible School, which is apart of our church, the one that is brand new here in Boulder, Colorado... also the missionary work that I pray that some will take serious in their giving outreach.

Building a new ministry is funding intensive, because of the ground that needs to be prepared, the digging deep into the city's ground (people of the city), (not the physical dirt...LOL), establishing a pier network for the foundation, which is founded upon rock (that means Jesus Christ!), and I can go on and on at all the enormous amounts of pre-activity that is required prior to launching a new work of the Lord. I for one am shocked and a greatly overwhelmed.

However, because of the Spirit of God, things seem to work out in favour to what the Lord is looking to build here in this amazing city! By the way, our Bible School can be taken anywhere you live... it's that simple and elegant!

What I just finished saying, actually relates to much of what the verse for today's discourse is all about. And it also is a theme that is in the 86 verses of today's school work. God is so good, isn't he?

The entire 2,465 word Christian Content Discourse is written at Here's a direct link to, "The Things Which I Say" Thank you for your faith. I hope you enjoy today's show!

God bless you my friend,

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And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved."
—Acts 2:21 (KJV).

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