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Seeking the Lord’s heartbeat brings Glory Hallelujah!

 

The Lord’s heartbeat says leave retaliation, vengeance, and avenger to Him!

 The last train to leave the station climbing up the mountain of persecution is the train of obeying the Lord’s heartbeat. Romans 12:17, 19 – Do not repay anyone evil for evil. Do not take revenge, my friends, but leave room for Gods wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge, I will repay,” says the Lord.

The passenger on the train of seeking the Lord’s heartbeat through obedience had freedom from a heavy load of bitterness, unforgiveness, and resentment.  On the other side of the tracks, on the trains of retaliation and avenger the passengers Cain, Samson, Ahab, and Jezebel were consumed with bitterness, unforgiveness and resentment. They paid an enormous price for their train tickets for their ride on the trains of retaliation and avenger.

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The Lord’s Heartbeat Forsaken

Forsaken First Love

Revelation 2:4b – You have forsaken your first love.

When the body of believers begins to tolerate sin in the church, the church is no longer listening to the Lord’s heartbeat.  It is lowering the standards and compromising the church’s witness.

God is the director and we are to follow His Script (which is Scripture). However, most of the time, we come to a part in His Script and we stomp our foot and say, “HALT”. This part is too difficult and painful to perform.

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First Love, Seeking The Lord’s Heartbeat

Do you remember your First Love?

Anniversary

My very first crush was in elementary school. He was it. I thought he was the most divine human being on this earth. But what did I know in elementary since he did not even know my name much less that I was even on this planet.

My first true love came when I was nine. I accepted Christ as my personal Savior. During this time, several tragic events happened in my life.

Through these events, I began to search what is “Love” and who is “Love”. At this time, church had become a part of my mother’s and my life as we searched for the Lord’s heartbeat.

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