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    Sun, Apr 27th - 11:19PM


    This space, my BLOG has been going for nearly three years! 

    What fun I've had! 

    What support I've received! 

    What love I've felt!

    I've made friends to keep and everyone I've met through ChristiansUnite has met a special purpose in my life and will always have its impact.

    And since all good things must come to an end...
    this will be my final post. 
    So long, friend ....

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    Sat, Apr 19th - 3:13PM

    How I'm Learning To Know God Personally ....

    It goes without saying that being a Christian is having a personal relationship with our heavenly Father through Jesus Christ, His Son - that is the very definition of Christianity ....

    To come to know God personally and to live in that relationship we must believe and have confidence in the inspired word of God - the Bible.  It is faith that we need and "faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God (Romans 10:17).  But how have millions of Christians come to believe and have faith and confidence in this book we call the Bible?   It is because they have opened their  minds and their hearts as they read and heard - then God did the rest.  "For the word of God is alive and full of power" (Hebrews 4:12).  In addition, our Lord is present with anyone who reads His word with an open mind and heart - He helps them understand and believe.  When that happens, a whole new world is opened.  A world filled with God's love and fellowship through a personal relationship with Him.  As we enter into an exchange of love with Him, we begin to become more like Jesus.  Then our heavenly Father begins to guide us into the plan that He has for our lives.  And we begin to experience joy, peace, and a sense of satisfaction and belonging that is beyond understanding.

    It says in Revelations 3:20 that He stands at the door desiring to come in.  If you open the door of your mind and your heart, He will enter in and your life will never be the same.

    My next few blog posts will be a sampling of God's word that I've learned teaches us How to have a personal relationship with Him - the words are His from His book, THE BIBLE. 

    Open the Door


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    Mon, Apr 14th - 2:56PM


    CALLING ALL PRAYER WARRIORS!  My family is under attack by SATAN!...  but so far, managing to hang on.  My sister has lost her faith and attempted suicide a few weeks ago.  She was mandatory commited to a mental hospital but they can only keep her 72 hours ... not near long enough to help.  This of course has upset our  mother so much that she cries several times a day.  The ripple effect on the rest of us is devastating.

    While I pray for my sister's recovery I also want God's will .... it's so hard not to beg for what I want ... He knows what I want ... He also knows what's in the future and what is best for the Kingdom of God.

    Please keep us in prayer.... 

    I'll be back soon, and continue "Chattering" as long as someone's out there to receive.

    God Bless You, my brothers and sisters in Christ



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    Name: Terri Medina
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