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Acts 14

"...they stoned Paul and dragged him out of the city, supposing that he was dead. But when the disciples gathered about him, he rose up and entered the city..."

I`m not sure I`ve ever really paid attention to this part of the passage until today. It speaks to the danger Paul faced as he taught the gospel, but it also speaks to the power of presence.

Paul is hurting. I would imagine that his hurt extended beyond the physical, though. He has put his heart and soul into delivering a message that saves people, yet they try to kill him. If I were lying in the dirt, I`m not sure I would get up. I`m pretty sure I wouldn`t get up and head back to the places where people had just tried to kill me. But notice that Paul does not get up alone; he gets up with people surrounding him. I`m sure the presence of those people made a difference.

When people gather around us in difficult moments, it makes a difference. It reminds us that we are not alone in whatever trial we must endure. It can even remind us of God`s presence in our lives. We need people to come alongside us in moments of despair, heartache, and difficulties. In the church, God has called us to be present in each other`s lives. We`re not supposed to be nosy, just near and ready to encourage.

Someone in your life probably needs you to come alongside them. You don`t have to say anything; just let them know you`re there. Just walk with them, pray with them...just be present. We all need people to gather around us. We are stronger together than we could ever be alone.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 13

"...will you not stop making crooked the straight paths of the Lord?"

The truth is always the truth, even if no one believes it. In Acts 13, we read of continued opposition to the truth.

Paul and Barnabas don`t cower down to the opposition; they bravely stand against it each time they encounter it because they know the power of the truth. Many believe as they share the truth, and the church grows again.

We live in a world today that wants to shame us for the truth we follow. There is no shame in believing that which is true. We must never forget to deliver the truth in love, but sometimes we have to shake the dust off our feet and move on to share the truth with those who want to listen. Jesus reminded us that it is much easier to just go along with the crowd, but it won`t get you where you need to go (Matt 7:13-14).

Don`t be ashamed to stand for the truth, even if it means you have to stand alone.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 12

"Now I am sure that the Lord has sent his angel and rescued me..."

I`ve never had to be rescued from a life-threatening situation that I can remember. I`ve never been cut out of a car, had to go into emergency surgery or be airlifted anywhere. I am thankful for that, but I am also grateful that there are people I can call if that is ever the case. I am thankful that we live in a place where people are professionally trained to rescue people.

When all hope seems to be lost for Peter, God rescues him. The Christians gathered to pray for his rescue, and God showed up. Interestingly, when Rhoda tells them that Peter is at the door, they don`t believe her! To be fair, even Peter thinks his escape is a vision. Only when he`s outside the gate does he realize it`s real.

Don`t we do that sometimes? We pray for God to rescue us, and when it happens, we have a hard time believing it. We don`t want to hinge our faith on God always answering our requests exactly as we wish to, but when we do experience a victory over a difficult situation, let`s be quick to glorify God. He is the ultimate rescuer, and He is always on duty.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 11

...the circumcision party criticized him...

Haters. There will always be haters. Unfortunately, there can also be haters in the church. Thankfully, they are few and far between. They are usually judgmental, unaccepting, and self-righteous. They seem to think who belongs and doesn`t belong is up to them, not the Lord.

The early Christians faced a dilemma; either they would listen to the haters, or they would listen to the Lord. Thankfully, they listened to the Lord as Peter recounted what happened with Cornelius. As a result, the church expanded to welcome those who, at one time, had been considered enemies of Christianity.

I`m hard on the haters because I`ve been one. I`ll have to admit that sometimes I still am. I can be more like the "circumcision party" in this passage than Peter. There are times I listen to my prejudices instead of listening to the Lord. I have dismissed those who desperately needed someone to reach out to them. Maybe you`ve done that as well.

Next time you start to question someone`s sincerity, first take the time to really listen. If the crowd had not listened to what Peter said that day, it would have set back the gospel`s spread. Thankfully, they listened to the Lord, and "a great many people were added to the Lord."

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 10

“Truly I understand that God shows no partiality..."

If you watch the news enough, it feels like no good people are left on the earth. I guess it`s the media running the stories they know will gain traction, but it can be pretty discouraging. Most news programs even have some kind of special segment that ensures there is at least some good news in the world just so we don`t entirely give up on humanity.

There are probably more good people on the earth than bad ones. People who are trying to be kind, helpful, respectful, etc. We don`t hear about them much. When Peter is called to Cornelius` house, it feels like he is hesitant to be there (read verse 28). Perhaps it is because of his experiences with soldiers, his experiences with Gentiles in general, or his personal prejudice. But he also knows that God is involved, and God knows what He`s doing. Peter trusts God, and as a result, Cornelius` household has the opportunity to become Christians.

Don`t give up on humanity. Plenty of people still love God and want to follow Him. Sometimes they need some direction. Perhaps you are the guide they need. Look for the Corneliuses of the world. God hasn`t given up on humanity; He has made a huge investment in us...His Son. We will never be worthy of that sacrifice, but He considered us to be worth it.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 9

"Who are you Lord...Here I am Lord..."

For good reason, the focus of chapter 9 is often the conversion of Saul, the man who will later be renamed Paul. Saul`s conversion is recorded three times in Acts alone (chapters 9, 22, & 26). It`s a significant event. But there is another conversion in chapter 9; the conversion of Ananias.

Ananias was already a Christian when the Lord called him through a vision to go visit Saul. I think I would have had the same reaction as Ananias. Saul had a reputation for hurting Christians. Ananias had heard from many people about Saul. He didn`t want to go, but ultimately he trusted God and made the visit.

Most likely, there is a Saul in your life somewhere, a person that you might never consider as someone who wants to know more about Jesus. (You probably just thought of them after reading that line.) Ananias needed a conversion in how he thought about God`s power to change people just as much as Saul needed a conversion to follow Christ.

Often we give up on people who are unresponsive and miss a chance to reach them when there is some kind of life-changing event that affects them. The "Here I am, Lord" moments of life don`t usually look like we want them to because we aren`t looking for the people who are truly asking, "Who are you, Lord?"

Conversion is an ongoing process. Don`t forget that every day we need to allow Christ to change us so that we can truly see life through His eyes and His heart.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 8

"You have neither part nor lot in this matter, for your heart is not right before God."

Simon the Magician has always been a fascinating person to me when reading through Acts. He is a prominent person with great influence in Samaria. Whatever form of magic he practiced, it caught the attention of the community.

Simon becomes a Christian when he hears the gospel preached and continues following Philip. When Peter and John come to town to impart the Spirit, Simon tries to buy the ability to impart spiritual gifts to others. He is reprimanded and told to repent. He is told that his heart is not right before God.

There have been times when I wanted to strike a deal with God. I make promises to Him if He`ll only get me out of this jam I`ve gotten myself into. I want Him to bless my decision after I`ve made it, not seek His guidance while in the decision-making process. From our reading today, it appears that Simon wanted to make a deal with God for selfish reasons, not so he could glorify God.

God is not in the deal-making business. The deal He has offered to us is His Son, but we must follow Him and His commandments (Jn 14:15). We come to God on His terms, not ours. By the way, I`m not saying that we can`t make requests of God, ask God to work as only He can in a situation, or cry out to God in frustration. What I`m saying is that we shouldn`t try to use God to get what we want. If we make a request of Him, let it be for genuine reasons, and then let us glorify Him regardless of the answer we receive.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 7

"Brothers and fathers, hear me."

There is an adage that reminds us that if we do not learn from history, we are doomed to repeat it. Stephen`s sermon in chapter 7 is a history lesson. He reminds his audience of where they have come from and the promises God made. He also reminds them that they have a long history of ignoring God`s instruction.

Each of us has a history. There are moments in my history that I am proud of and some that I would like to erase permanently (more than I`d care to admit). Even though I can`t change my past, I can learn from it. The pains of some of those memories can be strong; the times when I acted selfishly and hurt others. Perhaps you can identify. When I choose to learn from those moments, I am less likely to repeat those poor decisions. I try not to let guilt keep me from living a full life in Christ. I have tried to learn to accept God`s grace and mercy.

Some of you might have a painful history written by others. Human beings are capable of some truly evil things. While you cannot erase those moments, please don`t give them power over your present or your future. There are a lot of people in Scripture with painful histories, but they learn to allow God to overcome and heal. Don`t give in to the cycle of passing those hurts on to others. Don`t allow the past to determine your future; let Jesus do that.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 6

"Now in these days when the disciples were increasing in number, a complaint...arose"

I love the church. I love the people that make up the church. But because people make up the church, sometimes it can be challenging. People are imperfect. People have different personalities that don`t always mesh well together. People have opinions. People have tempers. People can be hard to love.

In the early days of the church, there was amazing growth. Along with growth comes growing pains. Complaining is often connected to those growing pains. When people are in need, hurt, or feeling neglected, they often complain. It`s a way of crying out for help. We don`t like it when people complain, so we often judge them and criticize them instead of trying to figure out how to help them. Complainers are hard to love. I know that because sometimes I`m a complainer.

The apostles were patient with the complainers. They listened to their concerns and addressed them. One of the most interesting things is that this issue that could have destroyed the early church actually helped it grow. The apostles asked the Christians to find men who could serve those in need, and it pleased the whole group. When we are all willing to listen to each other, care for each other, and humble ourselves before each other, there is no problem too big for the church. When we hold onto our selfish agendas, pride, and stubbornness, even the smallest issue can bring division.

The church will always have issues because it`s made up of people. Let`s cut each other some slack and try to love each other better, warts and all. Remember, the reason Jesus died is that we need Him; we are imperfect, and sometimes that shows. Let`s practice the forgiveness, grace, mercy, and love that has been shown to us by offering it to others.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 5

“We must obey God rather than men. "

I`ve never faced persecution like the apostles did in the early days of the church. I`ve never even come close to being persecuted like they were simply because of my faith. That kind of persecution still exists in the world, but not here.

Reading passages like this has caused me to ask if there has been a time when I have had to make a decision even remotely close to this, a decision where I had to boldly face a situation where I could experience a real consequence because I must follow God rather than men? Perhaps that`s the wrong question. The better question is to ask if I`m already doing that consistently every day.

Every day we are called to live in such a way as to bring honor to the sacrifice of Christ. If it makes us unpopular, so be it. If it means we don`t get the promotion, so be it. If it means people think you are intolerant, so be it. We never want to present ourselves as unloving. There is a way to have courageous, unyielding faith in God`s truth and still be respectful of others.

We are blessed to live in a country that provides religious freedoms, but what if those freedoms didn`t exist? Would you still find a way to worship God? Would your faith mean just as much to you? The decisions of men should not dictate our faithfulness. Our decision to be faithful under duress begins by being faithful before the duress comes. Don`t wait for troubles and trials to express your faith.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 4

But Peter and John answered them, “Whether it is right in the sight of God to listen to you rather than to God, you must judge, for we cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard.”

One of the boldest statements of faith is uttered by Peter and John in Acts 4. When they are faced with punishment for declaring the name of Christ, they stand up to the leaders and tell them they won`t stop.

Their boldness was not found in their personalities, although we know that Peter had a pretty strong personality. Their boldness was not found in their position in society. The leaders state that Peter and John were uneducated men; they weren`t upper class. Their boldness did not come from the rights they had as citizens. Their boldness came from God.

Too often, we think that our boldness must come from some of the very things I listed above. Like Peter and John, however, it must come from somewhere else. Our boldness must be based on our faith in Christ and His promises. If we truly believe in God, we cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard.

Find boldness to live in the faith today, but not because of your personality, your position, your pull, your rights...find boldness to live in faith today because you serve the God who is above all.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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Acts 3

"...he clung to Peter and John..."

In my reading today, this phrase stood out as never before. Luke tells us that the lame beggar whom Peter and John encounter who receives healing enters the temple courtyard with them, praising God. What struck me, however, is that he is so grateful to Peter and John that he clings to them.

I wonder how many people had passed by this individual day after day at the Beautiful Gate without giving thought to his situation. Perhaps some of them had helped him from time to time out of pity but then gave up on him. Peter and John paid attention to him, offered what only the power of God could supply, and then reached out their hands to lift him up. Don`t miss that last part.

There is a lame beggar somewhere in your life. Granted, they may not look like a lame beggar. They might look like an exhausted colleague, a lonely shut-in, a homeless person, a desperate friend, or even your preacher. We see them every day, but we choose to ignore them or consider them someone else`s concern. Perhaps today is the day to reach out and help pick someone up. We all need that from time to time, don`t we?

Send a text, make a call, drop by and visit, have a conversation, etc. You never know when you`ll be the hand of God reaching out to someone who has no one else. They need Jesus just like you do.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy Weekley

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Acts 2

"And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved."

There are some who have the idea that God wants to send people to Hell. Nothing could be further from the truth (2 Peter 3:9). The scene in Acts 2 is evidence that God wanted everyone gathered for Pentecost to hear the saving message of the gospel so that they could find forgiveness for their sins. The apostles are given the ability to speak in various languages through the Holy Spirit so that those gathered could understand the message that was delivered.

We find the word "added" twice in Acts 2. The Lord is constantly looking to add people to His church. Jesus died to make it possible for all to be part of the eternal kingdom. We have to decide for ourselves, however, if we want to be added. Nobody is going to force you to be part of the church; that has to be something you desire. To be part of the church, we must listen to the teaching of the apostles as they tell people what is necessary to find forgiveness of sins.

When the apostles are asked by the crowd what they need to do to find forgiveness, they are told to repent and be baptized for the forgiveness of their sins. Not everybody listened that day, but those that received their word were baptized. I`m sure there were more than 3,000 people there that day, but those 3,000 chose to follow Christ. It was the beginning of something amazing in their lives. It became their family, their community, and their lives...but it all started with deciding they wanted to be added by the Lord.

Thanks be to God that He shows us over and over how much He desires to have a relationship with us that will last into eternity! He wants to add you, not exclude you.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing! ~ Jeremy

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Acts 1

"All these with one accord were devoting themselves to prayer, together with the women and Mary the mother of Jesus, and his brothers."

What do you do during transitions? If you are fortunate, there is some downtime where you enjoy the completion of one project before moving on to the next. Some do not have that luxury and are on to the next project at full force. Some live in a constant state of transition because they never finish any of their projects. 😁

After Jesus` ascension, the apostles returned to Jerusalem and began praying. During this time of transition, as they were waiting for the Holy Spirit as Jesus had promised, they prayed. I would love to know what they were praying for. I imagine it was for guidance, courage, and maybe even comfort. They were in a time of transition, and the best thing they could think to do was spend time with God in prayer.

Sometimes we are forced into transition. We are not given a choice to finish a project; the project becomes someone else`s to complete. Those can be even more challenging times of transition.

I imagine that the apostles still felt a little lost, a little unsure of what was next. Maybe you can relate; you`re not sure what is next. Do what the apostles did and pray. Spend some quality time talking to God about your anxieties, your disappointments, etc. If the time of transition is a positive one, thank God for helping you during that time, ask Him to bless your future, and ask for His guidance in all you do.

Transitions can be hard, but with God`s help, they can become a great time to reflect and grow.

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John 20

“Have you believed because you have seen me? Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.”

Doubting Thomas; that`s the nickname the apostle is stuck with because of the scene in John 20. The fact is we can all be like Thomas from time to time.

Why Thomas wasn`t with the other apostles when Jesus appeared to them is unclear. Perhaps Thomas was just trying to spend time alone figuring out what life was going to look like from now on. Maybe he was grieving the fact that he had dedicated himself to Jesus and then failed Him. For whatever reason, Thomas had chosen to separate himself from the rest of the group.

I`ve noticed that for me, doubts creep in when I am separating myself from God. I don`t mean that I struggle to believe in God. I mean more like doubting that God really can do beyond all that I dream or imagine (Eph 3:20-21). When my prayer life gets lazy, I get separated from God. When my personal Bible study time is lacking, I get separated from God. I forget how awesome God is when I don`t spend time with Him. I forget how He has cared for His people all throughout history. I forget how gracious and merciful He is to us. I forget how amazing His love for me is even when I am being unlovable. How quickly the doubts creep in.

When Thomas does see Jesus, it melts away all doubts. He is humbled but immediately renews his faith in Christ, as evidenced by his declaration, "My Lord and my God!" If you have doubts, Jesus gets it. I don`t think that he scolded Thomas in that scene; I think He lovingly approached Thomas and encouraged him to believe. He does the same today. He encourages you to believe. Spend some time with Him, and you`ll see.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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John 19

"It is finished."

These are Jesus` last words from the cross. As He is dying, this is what He leaves us with. There is so much meaning in these three words.

*The excruciating hours of pain during His crucifixion were over.
*His mission to be the ultimate sacrifice for our sins was accomplished.
*The power of sin and death was destroyed.
*God`s plan to redeem mankind was fulfilled.

Even though Jesus` death was a finish to His work, it was only the beginning. His death would be eclipsed by His resurrection in just three days` time. In the eyes of His believers, He would go from martyr to Messiah as they beheld an empty tomb on Sunday morning. His work was just beginning when He uttered those words on the cross. As Jesus finishes this work, it begins another; being our eternal mediator, advocate, and Savior.

Thanks be to God that Jesus finished this part of His work. Without the cross, there would be no hope of heaven for us. Without the cross, there would be no peace in the promises of God. Without the cross, there would be no crown for the faithful. Thanks be to God that He finishes what He starts!

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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John 18

“I have said nothing in secret.”

There is a lot of secrecy shrouded in the actions of the religious elite in this chapter. They sneak Jesus around through the night conducting His capture and trial. When Pilate asks why they bring Jesus to him, they are vague in their response. Even Peter tries to keep His connection to Jesus secret, denying that he knows Him, just as Jesus said he would.

In contrast, Jesus speaks openly every time He is questioned. He has no secrets. He has been speaking plainly for a while now.

Have you ever tried to keep secrets? I’m not very good at them (unless we’re talking about something told to me in a counseling situation). I usually let something slip simply because I forget it was supposed to be a secret. I’ve ruined a few surprises that way.

Unfortunately, many of us try to keep secrets from God. We do things that perhaps no one else knows about and think we can keep them from God, too, but we can’t. We try to hide our feelings of frustrations, disappointments, etc., from God sometimes as well. Before God, we should be open and honest. He already knows our struggles anyway; why hide them? When we try to hide things from God, we only deceive ourselves (1 John 1:8). Being honest with God means being honest with ourselves.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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John 17

“I do not ask for these only, but also for those who will believe in me through their word..."

Jesus prayed for you. Let that sink in for a minute...Jesus prayed for you. John 17 has been referred to as the High Priestly prayer. Jesus lifts His eyes and voice to heaven and prays for Himself, His apostles, and for us.

Jesus prayed that we would be unified with the Father through Him. He prayed that we would see God`s glory. He also prayed that we would come to understand God`s love through Him.

I`ve noticed through the years of listening to public prayers that you can often identify the things that people care deeply about. There are some who always mention the sick by name individually. There are some who always mention the leaders of our country and others. There are some who always mention our service members. It`s good to hear what is on someone`s heart when they pray.

In this scene, you are what was on Jesus` heart as He prepared for the cross. You were among the most important matters that He could bring before God`s throne in a time when most of us would have only been thinking about ourselves.

Jesus prayed for us because He knew the challenges that would come with being His followers. He knew the divisions that would creep into His Kingdom. He knew the challenges we would face trying to be faithful in an increasingly faithless world. He knew that the true meaning of love would get distorted. He prayed that we would survive and thrive in a harsh environment.

Next time you come before God`s throne, remember that Jesus prayed for you because He loves you. There is nothing we should try to hide from Him; there is nothing He can`t handle.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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John 16

" is to your advantage that I go away, for if I do not go away, the Helper will not come to you."

As Jesus continues His Farewell Discourse, He tells the apostles that He is going to send the Helper to them. Later in the passage, He clarifies that the Helper is the Holy Spirit.

I like that name for the Holy Spirit...the Helper. While we may not always understand exactly how the Holy Spirit works, we know that He does help us as Christians. In this context, Jesus tells the apostles that the Helper would guide them into all truth and give them the words they would need when they faced persecution.

I am not always the best at accepting help, even when I know in my heart of hearts that I need it. Perhaps that`s my pride, perhaps it`s fear of embarrassment, or perhaps it is good ole stubbornness. Whatever the reason, things usually get worse instead of better when I don`t ask for help. God has offered the Spirit to help us overcome the world.

Like the apostles, we need help. God has provided His Spirit to Christians as a helper to navigate the complexities of living in a way that glorifies God. We are in constant need of His word, His comfort, and His guidance. We aren`t supposed to do it alone; that`s why God has given us help.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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John 15

"You are my friends if you do what I command you."

Imagine Jesus calling you His friend. That would be awesome! In John 15, Jesus tells the apostles that very thing. As Jesus nears the end of His earthly ministry, He expresses this change in the relationship with the apostles. He is still their Rabbi and their Lord, but He deeply personalizes His connection to them by calling them friends.

Having good friends is important. Friends are the people we treat more like family than acquaintances. We love hearing from them. They know when we are down or stressed without even asking. They are the first to arrive and the last to leave when we are celebrating or when we are hurting. We can be real with them. They are our support system. Even though there can be drama from time to time, we still love them because we know how much they love us.

If you`ll allow Him, Jesus can be the best friend you`ve ever had. His love isn`t fickle, He`ll always be honest with you, and He will never abandon you when you stand for what is right. He knows you better than you know yourself. He gets you. He`ll be by your side in good times and bad. We know this is true because of what He has already done for you; He gave His life because of His love for you.

Are you a good friend to Jesus? Maybe that`s the better question. Just like with my other friends, I can often do better. Sometimes I don`t listen to His wisdom like I should. Sometimes I dismiss Him when I don`t think He`ll get along with my other friends. But no matter how many times I have hurt Him, He still takes me back. We can have no better friend than Jesus.

May God bless you today as you seek to be a blessing. ~ Jeremy

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