We need to share…

Folks, there are so many people with testimonies (simply sharing what The Lord has done foe you.)

Amazing! You caught a bus, something that slipped out of your hand did not break (and should have), despite conditions ‘things’ worked out well, folks an endless stream.

I was moved to say, “let us share.”
Why? Just what happened to you, might be just what somebody somewhere else needs to hear.

Peace, hope and faith…all covered in Love is the way to go! Amen.

If possible a little recording, either audio or video will do an extra mile of good!

In no simple words – share!

There is another website of Facebook by the same name – Injesusname.blog check it out.
There is a link to share and/or email. Feel free to be blessed as you share.

One thing my Spirit keeps returning to is the chapter is Ecclesiastes that repeatedly talks about the fact that ALL things have happened before and will happen again:
“What has happened before will happen again. What has been done before will be done again. There is nothing new in the whole world.
“Look,” they say, “here is something new!” But no, it has all happened before, long before we were born.
No one remembers what has happened in the past, and no one in days to come will remember what happens between now and then.
I, the Philosopher, have been king over Israel in Jerusalem.
I determined that I would examine and study all the things that are done in this world. God has laid a miserable fate upon us.
I have seen everything done in this world, and I tell you, it is all useless. It is like chasing the wind.
You can’t straighten out what is crooked; you can’t count things that aren’t there.
I told myself, “I have become a great man, far wiser than anyone who ruled Jerusalem before me. I know what wisdom and knowledge really are.”
I was determined to learn the difference between knowledge and foolishness, wisdom and madness. But I found out that I might as well be chasing the wind.
The wiser you are, the more worries you have; the more you know, the more it hurts.”
Ecclesiastes 1:9-18

Here, there is an unspoken message to share, a fact that we have shared is that history as we know it is His-story. There are arguments, a fact is that ALL we see in Physics and the essentials of Science came from the unseen. Neutrons, electrons, atoms…seen them? We have studied proof that they exist, but where from?
I would be remiss to spout all this already written material, when we can simply link you:

https://creation.com/atoms-and-gods-order

http://www.mostholyplace.com/book-02_chapter-d02.html

Again, we have a leading to share:

How to Spread the Word of God

Pray for courage. One of the hardest things about spreading God’s good news is gathering the courage to do it.

Be bold. Don’t think ‘I’ll just get persecuted.’

Be persistent! (Not annoying! Let your life speak, you are created to be an example. ” What she/he has, I want it!”

Tell everyone around you, then everyone else. (Share.)

Read the Bible and obey God, just what and how we should do it is in The Word. Holding, keeping it as a decoration is a loss! You have a pot of gold! And you ignore it. Bored, lonely? Speak to God! Amazingly, we might have heard the song: “What a friend we have in Jesus! ALL our sins and griefs he bore and we share! What a privilege to carry EVERYTHING to God in prayer.”
We have sung that so many times without actually thinking of what it truly means!

Honesty and Trust.
The development of honesty and trust in a friendship helps those involved feel comfortable confiding in and communicating with each other. According to Director of Research and Education at the Glendon Association, author and clinical psychologist Dr. Lisa Firestone, mutual honesty between friends helps build a solid relationship and encourages integrity and directness in general life in and outside the friendship. Honesty also leads to trust, which is another important quality. You should be able to trust your friend and expect the same in return.

Listen

Though it may seem like a simple task, listening is very important in a friendship. Making an effort to listen when your friend is discussing or explaining a topic of interest is a form of respect. It also helps show that you actually want to learn about things that are important to your friend. To show you are listening, you can ask questions, maintain eye contact and provide feedback on the subject during and after a conversation.

Having Fun and Benefits

You should make your friend feel accepted by including him or her in activities that you both enjoy. This is true of friendships at every age; from childhood to late adulthood. Having fun and feeling comfortable are important characteristics of friendships. There are many other benefits that can result from a strong friendship. For example, the MayoClinic notes that friendships boost happiness, reduce stress, improve self worth and encourage healthy habits.

To understand just what it means, we have to seriously consider all points.
A friend?
Be there for them when they need you in their hard times.

Also, bond with them by having fun together.
Our short list discusses so very much.
Have fun together?

I will touch on this…Who made comedy, comedians? Who was the first being to laugh? Imagine you are a constructor on a project and something positively unexpected occurs. A smile, a chuckle, a laugh?

He who sits in the heavens shall laugh; the Lord shall hold them in derision. —Psalm 2:4

No! His same infinite greatness that mocks man’s defiance also marks His sympathy for man in his lost condition. He’s the same God who takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked (Ezekiel 33:11). And He was the incarnate Savior who wept over Jerusalem when His own people rejected Him (Matthew 23:37-39). He is great in judgment but also in compassion (Exodus 34:6-7).

God’s laughter gives us the assurance that Christ will ultimately triumph over evil. Any defiance of Him and His will is futile. Instead of opposing the Son, we should submit to the Lord Jesus and take refuge in Him.

God dwells in light and holiness,
In splendor and in might;
It’s godly fear of His great power
That helps us do what’s right. -D. De Haan

To return to how to spread The Word:

Search for ways to spread the Word.
Sharing testimonies! “What The Lord has done for me, I cannot tell it all…” Factual? Or just a song we ‘recite’ in service? Share people! How is someone else in the same/exact situation that you have bested to climb out of the hole?
Jesus told the disciples to expect trials. He begins John 16 by stating (16:1, 2), “These things I have spoken to you so that you may be kept from stumbling. They will make you outcasts from the synagogue, but an hour is coming for everyone who kills you to think that he is offering service to God.” He ends that chapter in a similar vein (16:33), “These things I have spoken to you, so that in Me you may have peace. In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world.”
Yet in spite of these words and many other similar Scriptures (John 15:18; Acts 14:22; 1 Thess. 3:3-4; 2 Tim. 3:12), many that profess to know Christ stumble and fall away when they get hit with various trials. If you’re going to persevere with Christ, you must know in advance that you will face times when you are in the pit, and you must know what to do when you’re there. Rather than turning away from the Lord, you must learn to turn to Him to rescue you from life’s pits.

And live the Example to others.
https://www.openbible.info/topics/living_by_example

We have been given the encouraging word, to spread The Word, Amen.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.wikihow.com/Spread-the-Word-of-God%3famp=1

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