Winners

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Hi Peeps,
Today’s Quote
“You are a winner because you fear, respect, and love God with wisdom, knowledge, faith, and mercy, by using God’s Holy Spirit to control and purge your evil ways that can come from your heart, mind, mouth, eyes, ears, emotions, imaginations, and actions.” ~ Jon Barnes

When

When winners whine, they allow the devil to steal the Glory God has given you as the light of the world to shine before your peers.  let God’s Good Materials and Inventory from your life surround and overcome evil with Good from God’s Grace. God’s wrath of Hell will be upon us soon enough, as it selects the many who chose that road of evil.

Wine

When we share this new wine of faith from God, allow the Spirit of God to intoxicate evil doers with the Love of God, since our actions will be different than what would be expected.  Miracles can happen with obedience to God, not just talent.

Win

Winners are clothed with the finest materials and inventory that God provides the few who will walk the narrow path towards the Heavens. Many time the good things you do will go unnoticed, like a secret that emerges into the future of discoveries, yet God will know right now, you are a winner.
Today’s Question
Are you a winner in God’s Eyes and Heart, based on your lifestyle, faith, and good works for Him?
Enjoy The Reading

Exodus 40

The Tabernacle Completed

40 Then the Lord said to Moses, “Set up the Tabernacle[a] on the first day of the new year.[b] Place the Ark of the Covenant[c] inside, and install the inner curtain to enclose the Ark within the Most Holy Place. Then bring in the table, and arrange the utensils on it. And bring in the lampstand, and set up the lamps.
“Place the gold incense altar in front of the Ark of the Covenant. Then hang the curtain at the entrance of the Tabernacle. Place the altar of burnt offering in front of the Tabernacle entrance. Set the washbasin between the Tabernacle[d] and the altar, and fill it with water. Then set up the courtyard around the outside of the tent, and hang the curtain for the courtyard entrance.
“Take the anointing oil and anoint the Tabernacle and all its furnishings to consecrate them and make them holy. 10 Anoint the altar of burnt offering and its utensils to consecrate them. Then the altar will become absolutely holy. 11 Next anoint the washbasin and its stand to consecrate them.
12 “Present Aaron and his sons at the entrance of the Tabernacle, and wash them with water. 13 Dress Aaron with the sacred garments and anoint him, consecrating him to serve me as a priest. 14 Then present his sons and dress them in their tunics. 15 Anoint them as you did their father, so they may also serve me as priests. With their anointing, Aaron’s descendants are set apart for the priesthood forever, from generation to generation.”
16 Moses proceeded to do everything just as the Lord had commanded him. 17 So the Tabernacle was set up on the first day of the first month of the second year.18 Moses erected the Tabernacle by setting down its bases, inserting the frames, attaching the crossbars, and setting up the posts. 19 Then he spread the coverings over the Tabernacle framework and put on the protective layers, just as the Lordhad commanded him.
20 He took the stone tablets inscribed with the terms of the covenant and placed them[e] inside the Ark. Then he attached the carrying poles to the Ark, and he set the Ark’s cover—the place of atonement—on top of it. 21 Then he brought the Ark of the Covenant into the Tabernacle and hung the inner curtain to shield it from view, just as the Lord had commanded him.
22 Next Moses placed the table in the Tabernacle, along the north side of the Holy Place, just outside the inner curtain. 23 And he arranged the Bread of the Presence on the table before the Lord, just as the Lord had commanded him.
24 He set the lampstand in the Tabernacle across from the table on the south side of the Holy Place. 25 Then he lit the lamps in the Lord’s presence, just as the Lordhad commanded him. 26 He also placed the gold incense altar in the Tabernacle, in the Holy Place in front of the inner curtain. 27 On it he burned the fragrant incense, just as the Lord had commanded him.
28 He hung the curtain at the entrance of the Tabernacle, 29 and he placed the altar of burnt offering near the Tabernacle entrance. On it he offered a burnt offering and a grain offering, just as the Lord had commanded him.
30 Next Moses placed the washbasin between the Tabernacle and the altar. He filled it with water so the priests could wash themselves. 31 Moses and Aaron and Aaron’s sons used water from it to wash their hands and feet. 32 Whenever they approached the altar and entered the Tabernacle, they washed themselves, just as the Lord had commanded Moses.
33 Then he hung the curtains forming the courtyard around the Tabernacle and the altar. And he set up the curtain at the entrance of the courtyard. So at last Moses finished the work.

The Lord’s Glory Fills the Tabernacle

34 Then the cloud covered the Tabernacle, and the glory of the Lord filled the Tabernacle. 35 Moses could no longer enter the Tabernacle because the cloud had settled down over it, and the glory of the Lord filled the Tabernacle.
36 Now whenever the cloud lifted from the Tabernacle, the people of Israel would set out on their journey, following it. 37 But if the cloud did not rise, they remained where they were until it lifted. 38 The cloud of the Lord hovered over the Tabernacle during the day, and at night fire glowed inside the cloud so the whole family of Israel could see it. This continued throughout all their journeys.
Love,
Jonathan

Imbalanced Emotions

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Hi Peeps,
Today’s Quote
“Enjoying the Good work that you do for people each day with your positive attitude is a direct reflection upon how much you love God and your commitment to His Excellent Plans.”

Entertainment

It is interesting and sad to see how people can put on a show of fake identity, just to look good, yet live such a sad, ugly, and unGodly looking lifestyle. Let your love be consistently beautiful each day and your walk with God will be complete. Stop entertaining the devil just to make money, since you cannot love God and money at the same time. Enjoy fixing the scale of your lifestyle and obey the Truth in God.

Fresh Approach

Let your schedule flow with God’s Goodness and Grace in you life so that you can inspire others to live better lives, helping the person standing next to you. But first, help yourself! Your fresh approach is new every morning, as the church bells ring every hour, reminding us of God’s presence, love, peace, joy, and strength in all things we do. God controls your happiness, not people, jobs, places, and stuff. Fresh Fun is for Everyone, who will enjoy God’s Will.

Enjoy God’s Work

Enjoy the feeling of helping others become balanced in their lives, based upon your focus of becoming balanced in God’s Ways, Wisdom, and Grace. In Love, we all can find real, simple answers to all of our problems, because we ask for God’s help, follow His plans, and do the balanced amount of work each day to complete the job, on the road to Heaven. Allow God’s Love to balance out your life.
Today’s Question
Did you notice how much better your life is with a pure heart, loving God and people or does your dark lifestyle reflects your blindness towards God’s narrow path?
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Exodus 5

Moses and Aaron Speak to Pharaoh

After this presentation to Israel’s leaders, Moses and Aaron went and spoke to Pharaoh. They told him, “This is what the Lord, the God of Israel, says: Let my people go so they may hold a festival in my honor in the wilderness.”
“Is that so?” retorted Pharaoh. “And who is the Lord? Why should I listen to him and let Israel go? I don’t know the Lord, and I will not let Israel go.”
But Aaron and Moses persisted. “The God of the Hebrews has met with us,” they declared. “So let us take a three-day journey into the wilderness so we can offer sacrifices to the Lord our God. If we don’t, he will kill us with a plague or with the sword.”
Pharaoh replied, “Moses and Aaron, why are you distracting the people from their tasks? Get back to work! Look, there are many of your people in the land, and you are stopping them from their work.”

Making Bricks without Straw

That same day Pharaoh sent this order to the Egyptian slave drivers and the Israelite foremen: “Do not supply any more straw for making bricks. Make the people get it themselves! But still require them to make the same number of bricks as before. Don’t reduce the quota. They are lazy. That’s why they are crying out, ‘Let us go and offer sacrifices to our God.’ Load them down with more work. Make them sweat! That will teach them to listen to lies!”
10 So the slave drivers and foremen went out and told the people: “This is what Pharaoh says: I will not provide any more straw for you. 11 Go and get it yourselves. Find it wherever you can. But you must produce just as many bricks as before!” 12 So the people scattered throughout the land of Egypt in search of stubble to use as straw.
13 Meanwhile, the Egyptian slave drivers continued to push hard. “Meet your daily quota of bricks, just as you did when we provided you with straw!” they demanded. 14 Then they whipped the Israelite foremen they had put in charge of the work crews. “Why haven’t you met your quotas either yesterday or today?” they demanded.
15 So the Israelite foremen went to Pharaoh and pleaded with him. “Please don’t treat your servants like this,” they begged. 16 “We are given no straw, but the slave drivers still demand, ‘Make bricks!’ We are being beaten, but it isn’t our fault! Your own people are to blame!”
17 But Pharaoh shouted, “You’re just lazy! Lazy! That’s why you’re saying, ‘Let us go and offer sacrifices to the Lord.’ 18 Now get back to work! No straw will be given to you, but you must still produce the full quota of bricks.”
19 The Israelite foremen could see that they were in serious trouble when they were told, “You must not reduce the number of bricks you make each day.” 20 As they left Pharaoh’s court, they confronted Moses and Aaron, who were waiting outside for them. 21 The foremen said to them, “May the Lord judge and punish you for making us stink before Pharaoh and his officials. You have put a sword into their hands, an excuse to kill us!”
22 Then Moses went back to the Lord and protested, “Why have you brought all this trouble on your own people, Lord? Why did you send me? 23 Ever since I came to Pharaoh as your spokesman, he has been even more brutal to your people. And you have done nothing to rescue them!”
Love,
Jonathan