It’s Your Free Will, Your Decision…
Good late morning beautiful people, good morning. I just returned from Decision America-Northeast Tour at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds. I was so blessed as many people stood to receive Jesus Christ in their heart as Reverend Franklin Graham brought a simple but profound message.
People came on their free will to those fairgrounds, no coercion. You walked in and you walked out as many times as you wanted. The price to get in was just like the price we pay for receiving Jesus, free. His message was clear as he read the Holy Scriptures. At the end, everyone makes their own choice, their decision. Let me tell you God’s beautiful people, many stood on their own free will to accept Jesus. I sure can say the working of God’s spirit is alive and well. Reverend Franklin is just a man, but the word of God when it goes out does not return void. God is not dead for sure, he is alive and it’s your decision beautiful people, your choice. The Word of the God is true, it’s alive, it’s active and it’s sharper than any two edged sword (Hebrews 4:12). Let’s Pray:
Father, thank you for laying your life down for all mankind. Thank you today you are alive and well and your spirit does live within all whomever will ask. No one will be denied if they ask and receive. Today, we join our faith, pray and believe many will come to know you this season, all across this globe. It truly is harvest time.
Father, thank you that you give us our own free will. There is no fighting, no coercion, it’s simple really. Just present the truth (God’s Word) and people believe for themselves. At the end of the day, it’s between Jesus and each of us, anyway. He knows the heart of man, he is the God that sees it all.
Father, we pray many will choose to believe today and begin the journey of knowing you Lord, for there’s nothing greater than journeying with Jesus. We give you thanks. Amen
Have a blessed day God’s beautiful people. God’s Not Dead, he is alive and he wants you to make your own decision. Tour on Evangelist Franklin Graham. It’s not by might, nor by power, but by his spirit. (Zechariah 4:6)
Oh, how I love the book of John.