The Younger

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Hi Peeps,
Today’s Quote
“The Younger generation must connect, study, learn from the old biblical generations from the Bible to fix existing and new problems that will arise.” ~ Jon Barnes

Trains

Get onboard with God’s train to teach your family, friends, and enemies the values God has taught you. You cannot teach what you don’t know and do. Your life’s examples and choices should point to God and not to the hypocrisy of your actions and lack of faith. Surround yourself and your family with the best people to work with and be available to coach, observe, and protect them. You are the conductor.

Boats

The older generation can see when the storm is coming and will not get into the boat until the weather clears up. The inexperienced generation will try to travel when it is not safe, tempting fate and God. Do not get into the boat with friends traveling into the eye of the hurricane. Following foolish ideas will get you killed, even when you are having lots of fun while doing it. Learn from the older people who know and practice God’s lifestyle.

Planes

Using the latest technology will help you to share God’s information but you must see the map of God’s perspective through an aerial view to understand the vantage point of obedience.  The Bible is the overall perspective of wisdom that is needed from reading all of the stories to avoid making the same mistakes of old. Use God’s plane and flight plan to heaven and share the coordinates with others.
Today’s Question
Did you select the right coordinates from God or are you following your wicked family, friends, and enemies to hell?
Enjoy The Reading

1 Samuel 11 

Saul Defeats the Ammonites

11 About a month later,[a] King Nahash of Ammon led his army against the Israelite town of Jabesh-gilead. But all the citizens of Jabesh asked for peace. “Make a treaty with us, and we will be your servants,” they pleaded.
“All right,” Nahash said, “but only on one condition. I will gouge out the right eye of every one of you as a disgrace to all Israel!”
“Give us seven days to send messengers throughout Israel!” replied the elders of Jabesh. “If no one comes to save us, we will agree to your terms.”
When the messengers came to Gibeah of Saul and told the people about their plight, everyone broke into tears. Saul had been plowing a field with his oxen, and when he returned to town, he asked, “What’s the matter? Why is everyone crying?” So they told him about the message from Jabesh.
Then the Spirit of God came powerfully upon Saul, and he became very angry. He took two oxen and cut them into pieces and sent the messengers to carry them throughout Israel with this message: “This is what will happen to the oxen of anyone who refuses to follow Saul and Samuel into battle!” And the Lord made the people afraid of Saul’s anger, and all of them came out together as one. When Saul mobilized them at Bezek, he found that there were 300,000 men from Israel and 30,000[b] men from Judah.
So Saul sent the messengers back to Jabesh-gilead to say, “We will rescue you by noontime tomorrow!” There was great joy throughout the town when that message arrived!
10 The men of Jabesh then told their enemies, “Tomorrow we will come out to you, and you can do to us whatever you wish.” 11 But before dawn the next morning, Saul arrived, having divided his army into three detachments. He launched a surprise attack against the Ammonites and slaughtered them the whole morning. The remnant of their army was so badly scattered that no two of them were left together.
12 Then the people exclaimed to Samuel, “Now where are those men who said, ‘Why should Saul rule over us?’ Bring them here, and we will kill them!”
13 But Saul replied, “No one will be executed today, for today the Lord has rescued Israel!”
14 Then Samuel said to the people, “Come, let us all go to Gilgal to renew the kingdom.”15 So they all went to Gilgal, and in a solemn ceremony before the Lord they made Saul king. Then they offered peace offerings to the Lord, and Saul and all the Israelites were filled with joy.
Love,
Jonathan

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