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THINK ABOUT YOUR LIFE!
Below is an article written by Charles Moore. Charles Moore and I go way back but I did not realize it for some time. Charles Moore had a son Chuck (Charles W. Moore II) and we met at Harding as students. Charles II was interested in missions, and at that time his farther Charles Moorer. was a missionary in Rome, Italy . Years later we moved to Chandler. A Christian woman with two children moved here and while eating lunch we talked about her family. I found out that she was Chuck’s sister, Contessa, and Charles and Carolyn’s, daughter. Charles and Carolyn came here several times to visit their daughter and grandchildren.
Charles and Carolyn live in Texas now but their hearts love the Italian work. Charles works hard on his computer, on the phone and writing for the Italian work. I love to email Charles and to get his emails. Our sermon topic today is Parents and Children and we are studying Ephesians 6. Please consider what Charles has written about you, me and every human being. Also I am including his email address, I think you would also enjoy reading his mission report about Italy. God bless you Charles and Carolyn. My life is richer because of you. It is great how God put people in our lives . Please consider carefully what Charles has written.
EDIFYING THOUGHTS FOR TODAY
Where did you come from?
Where are you going?
These are good questions. Think about them.
Of course God is the giver of all life? He is our creator. He is our God. He is our Life. He breathed into Adam the breath of life and he became a living soul (Genesis 2:7). The same is true for us. Humanity began with Adam and Eve. Think about them. What was God’s purpose for them? What is God’s purpose for us? What is God’s purpose for you personally? You are a special person. There is no one else in the whole world that is just like you. Let God use you for His purpose.
We need to realize where we came from and why God brought us into the world. There is a reason and you can be sure it is a good reason. We all need to find ourselves like the Prodigal. I think is exciting. It is edifying. At one time we were a desire in the heart of our mother and a gleam in the eye of our father. Where did that desire and gleam come from? God designed the whole thing. God knew all about us before we were ever born. He knew who we would be, what we would be, and where we are going. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we only knew? God knows our thoughts, and he knows our hearts. He knows what we want to do, what we plan to do, what we have done, what we are doing, and what effect it will have on our whole life. God knows everything. We must put our trust in Him. I will write some more about this later. In the meantime, sit down and write some of your thoughts about these questions. Share them with me if you like. I would enjoy reading them.
GOD BLESS YOU AND KEEP YOU Charles W. Moore — firstname.lastname@example.org