“Jesus saw people and felt their pain, loneliness, misery, hopelessness and desperation”

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WOW WEE! IMPACT!!! LET’S GO TEAM JESUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS IS WHY I PREACH!!!!! PREACH JESUS! THIS IS WHY GOD FORMED FGGAM!! NOT POLITICS! NOT HATE!!! REACH INTO THE WORLD!!! I FEEL THE DEEP PAIN OF PEOPLE EVERYDAY, I FEEL IT IN MY GUT!!!…….JESUS IS THE ANSWER, GOING AND TELLING OTHERS ABOUT THE LOVE AND CARE OF JESUS, ON THE ROAD, IN AND OUTSIDE THE CHURCH, INTO THE DEPTHS OF POVERTY AND HELL….ALWAYS SHOWING THE LOVE OF JESUS!!!!!!!!

IT IS TIME FOR ACTION! CARRY OUT THE GREAT COMMISSION, BE THE HANDS AND FEET OF JESUS!!! LET US GO TEAM JESUS!!! JESUS IS OUR ONLY SECURITY!

Christine Caine

Posted: 16 Dec 2019 11:00 PM PST

December 17, 2019

Jesus saw people and felt their pain, loneliness, misery, hopelessness and desperation — even when it was hidden in plain sight from everyone else. The Greek verb translated “had compassion” or “moved with compassion” in the Gospels is the word splagchnizomai. It means to be deeply moved in the inward parts. Today, we might say it means to be so moved we feel it in our core, deep within ourselves — in our gut. But to feel compassion is not only to encounter an emotion, it’s to be moved to action.

I also love this from Dr. Jim Denison:

The urgency of our kingdom calling cannot wait. Author James Clear quotes an Indian proverb: “Every time you wake up and ask yourself, ‘What good things am I going to do today?’ remember that, when the sun goes down at sunset, it will take a part of your life with it.”

What good things are you going to do today?

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