Saturday, 8 September 2012

Day Two-Jesus on the Mainline



Take  a  moment  to  listen to  this  foot  tapping  song,  'Jesus on  the  Mainline Tell  Him  what  you  Want ' .
I  am  sure , like  me  you 've  had   times  when  you   are  trying  to  contact  someone  but  they  are   not  answering  the  phone,  or  you  are  getting  a busy or  switched  off  signal.
No so  with  the  heavenly  line. Our  Father  in  heaven is  always  listening and  sending  answers  to  our  prayers. Might  not  be the  way  we  want  them  answered  -  but answer  He  will with  a Yes,  No,  or  Wait  a  While.
The  waiting  part  is  tough,  I  tell  you but  as  God  's  plans  and  purposes  emerge  through  the   flow  of  time we   can    say; It  was  for  the  best.

"Yes the   Lord  hears  the   good  man  when  he calls  to Him  for  help, and  saves  him  out  of  all   his  troubles".
Psalm 34;17 (BIBLE)

My  dear  friend  Zim You  can  visit  her  in  Poland  HERE,  gifted   me  this.Its  in  Russian and  mean Thank  you for  your  great  blog.
Thank  you Zim,
You  are  a  blessing   to  me.

6 Fertilize my soul:

Shelley said...

I love this song...have sang it many times...in church with brothers and sisters in the Lord,and home all my myself...me and God :) Blessings

Zim said...

All pleasure in my site :) Yes, our Father is ready 7 days in week and 24 hours! It is great! :)

Carol-Ann Allen said...

Amrita! Yesterday I got all boggled down by the particulars of the definition of "infallible proof". Just because of the way my mind works (often resulting only in a big headache!) thinking it through was beneficial for me. However, you've helped me return to the beauty of the simplicity of this 40 day venture by your description of sharing something simple of how we experience God every day! THAT I can do!

Buttercup said...

I know I will enjoy reading these posts. Thanks for the great thoughts.

Lynda Olsen said...

I remember this old song well Amrita. It used to be sung often in a church we went to way back in the 80's, but it has been around much longer than that.
Blessings to you!

Amrita said...

Thank you all for your comments.

C_A I found your post very enlightening