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Tuesday’s Torch 610

Tuesday’s Torch 610

October 20, 2020

There are many in the world who choose to not walk the straight and narrow and many who choose not to believe because they misunderstand some aspects of the Gospel, especially those who have issues that stem from the following question we have all heard if not asked ourselves: Why do bad things happen to good people and good things happen to bad people? 

Firstly I will answer that in a pretty matter of fact way and then I will attempt to explain the wrong thinking with that question to begin with.  The simple answer is agency which is also known as free will.  One of the greatest blessings we have been given is that of agency.  We are free to choose for ourselves what we will do with the life we have been given.  God will not take away our agency. If people who do good have all good things happen to them and those who sin have only bad things happen to them as a result that would interfere with our agency. 

Having agency and knowing right from wrong is the trial and the test we all have in this life.  Will we do what is right even if it doesn’t instantly reward us?  Will we do the wrong thing if it gets us something we want?  Will we choose the right even if it costs us something we desire?  These questions can only be answered if we are truly free to decide for ourselves what we do when rewards in this lifetime may or may not come our way. 

With those answers hopefully at least somewhat out of the way, let’s now look at why the question isn’t exactly one that represents how we view living the gospel. Let’s jump right into this with the following question that I will answer right along with you because it is a super easy one.  Who are we supposed to try and be like?   Jesus Christ.  Many people used to wear WWJD bracelets to try and remind themselves to be like a Jesus, others may have a fish bumper sticker or simply carry a desire in their heart to be like Jesus.

But here’s the kicker when it comes to being like Jesus.  Who did he help during his life?  Did he help himself or did he help others?  Did he do all that he did to bless himself or to bless each one of us?  Clearly he lived for us and he also suffered and died for us.  He lived a perfect life and did only good things happen for him?  We all know that wasn’t the case but yet he did what was right no matter what the result in this life would be.

To prevent this torch from simply being a lecture which hopefully it hasn’t already turned into, let’s hop into a couple verses. In Luke chapter 6 verses 43-45 we read the following. “For a good tree bringeth not forth corrupt fruit; neither doth a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

For every tree is known by his own fruit. For of thorns men do not gather figs, nor of a bramble bush gather they grapes.

A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh.”

In these verses the Savior compares us to trees.  More specifically we are compared to fruit trees.  And our actions become the fruit we put forth.  The fruit of a fruit tree benefits others beyond the tree itself.  How amazing is it to be able to partake of a perfect piece of fruit from a great fruit tree?  I for one think it’s amazing.  Since we are compared to a fruit tree and the verses say we are to be known by our fruit, we also live to bless others!

Disclaimer:  As we do what is right we store up for ourselves treasures in heaven but for the purposes of this message we are primarily discussing here on earth blessings.  Doing good or bad in this life doesn’t mean we will always receive the corresponding blessing for ourselves.  But for those we interact with we can absolutely be a good fruit tree or a bad one. 

Let’s think more along the lines of actual fruit trees for a moment. Some fruits are delicious and others not so much.  I have a small persimmon tree in my back yard, the deer seem to love them but I’ve tried them at various stages of ripeness and they seem to be just about inedible.  The fruit of some trees can make you sick and in extreme cases the poisonous fruit of others can kill you.  The manchineel tree goes by multiple different names.  It’s often called Poison Guava but I prefer a present day Spanish name for it of “manzanilla de la muerte” which translates to “little apple of death.”

Imagine if each time you passed by a fruit tree you had to partake of the fruit of that tree?  You would certainly avoid the little apple of death tree right?  As would others.  As we live righteously and do good, we ensure that we are a good tree bringing forth good fruit because the partakers are those we interact with.  Think about those we spend the most time with, our families and close friends, what kind of fruit are we providing them?

Think of your own children or the other children we cross paths with.  Think of your friends, best friends, spouses and others.  While our righteous choices may not lead to good things for us in this life and while we may still receive good things in life even though we sin occasionally or even all of the time, our impact on others I would say blesses or harms them based on our righteousness or lack thereof.

As we follow the promptings of the Holy Ghost who will never prompt us to do anything contrary to the teachings of the Savior, we will be a blessing to all we come in contact with.  As we sin and follow unrighteous paths, we may still get some good things, but we will cause harm to others.  Maybe just a little upset such as a fruit causing you to need a couple extra bathroom breaks.  But in extreme cases our unrighteousness can cause our fruits to be poison to others, causing them physical, emotional and even spiritual harm.  And those who are the closest to us, they are the ones who are most harmed by our choices to sin. 

So again the message I’m hoping to share is that while the use of our agency may not always match up with the earthly blessings we receive or don’t receive, our agency and the righteous or unrighteous decisions will impact those we interact with, especially those we love.

On a flip side to this message, too often we decide whether or not an action is right or wrong based on how it turns out for us.  If good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people then obviously the earthly outcome for us of our decisions does not determine if the choices are good or bad.

Righteous decisions bless the lives of those we come in contact with, especially those we are close to.  Unrighteous decisions harm those we interact with and devastate those we love and are extremely close to.

This message isn’t shared to beat anyone up but to express that what we do does matter.  Both in the hereafter where we are storing up treasures in heaven and also in the right now as we bless or harm those we spend time with.  Sin harms those we associate with even if it seems to have no harmful effects. Righteousness blesses them even if it’s unnoticeable to us.

May we all cultivate our relationship with the Savior, may we all strive to live righteously and bring forth good fruit!  As we look around in our personal lives as well as looking around the world around us, it is evident the harm being done by sin turning many fruits bad.  Again, it may not appear to be causing harm to those doing the acts, (it is spiritually speaking) but the harm being done to others is a strong poison. 

So in closing, be a peach tree, or a Fuji apple tree, maybe even a Granny Smith, pear or plum tree.  But please, let us all strive to live righteously or we could very well be a “manzanilla de la muerte” to those in our lives.  Don’t let outcomes be the determining factor between right and wrong.  Choose what is right regardless of what we think the earthly outcome will be.  That is what it means to live righteously.  That is what it means to be known by our fruits.  May God bless each of us as we strive to do what is right, and my prayer is that on top of being a blessing in the lives of others that we can each receive a bit more happy than sad as well.  Feeling good about yourself is a tremendous blessing and one that we will receive as we choose the right. In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

I know the message technically just ended but I would like to add one last thing in Jesus’ name:  The Atonement makes it possible that as we repent and choose the right, we can change the type of fruit tree we are.  There is always hope!  Of this I so Testify!  Have a blessed week!

-Bobby Stewart

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 
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Posted by on 10/20/2020 in Torches

 

Tuesday’s Torch 609

Tuesday’s Torch 609

October 13, 2020

What a tremendous blessing it is to be able to pray directly to our Heavenly Father in the name of Jesus Christ.  We have recently discussed prayer and being able to “pray always” as we carry a prayer in our hearts.  I mentioned last week what a difficult month this will be for many people that I care deeply for and for myself as well.  So this week I would like to share what I hope will be a sweet and simple message.

Many of us tend to pray much more fervently in times of pain and anguish.  Often we ask for blessings for our loved ones and for ourselves. Begging and pleading for desired outcomes can fill our prayers as our tears fill our eyes and soak our pillows at night.  I have a testimony that God hears our prayers, every single one.  I’d like to share with you a promise he gives to us about every prayer.  A promise we are given no matter if the outcome we are praying for is going to be provided or not.

In a portion of Philippians 4:6-7 we are told that “in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”

This scripture doesn’t promise that we will get our way.  Believe me sometimes I wish it did because there are wonderful blessings I have prayed and prayed for that at this point in time haven’t been granted but I know that God hears them and that He grants the promised blessing from this passage. 

We are to pray about these things that concern us and the things that keep us up at night, the worries and cares that occupy our minds and hearts.  We are to pray “with thanksgiving.”  That part isn’t always easy especially when we are praying concerning something or someone we either fear we are losing or we have lost.  When you’re sad or upset or even angry about a situation, expressing thanks isn’t usually the first thing on our mind.  But we can look at things under a different perspective and be thankful for the time we had. We can be thankful for the blessings we have previously been granted and have faith in knowing that there are still untold and sometimes unimaginable blessings waiting in the future. 

I’m getting a little ahead of myself and almost shifted into my very constant message that nothing is impossible for God but despite that being absolutely true it isn’t the intent of this weeks message.  The specific promised blessing in the quoted verse is the intent. So what is promised as we make our requests known unto God in our prayers? “the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”

We are promised peace, not just any peace but God’s peace.  That He will keep our hearts and minds through Christ.  Christ makes this all possible as he has borne our pains and our griefs.  He has atoned for our sins as well as felt our pains, our anguish, our sadnesses, regrets and heartbreaks.  So that we may be comforted. So that we may receive peace in our hearts and minds.

God knows. He sees you. God hears you.  He sends you his peace.  You can know that you are absolutely not alone.  As we look around and sometimes think that nobody understands what we are going through and while we wouldn’t wish our pains and sorrows on anyone because they hurt too bad, we sometimes cry out that if only someone understood then they’d see, they would understand what we are going through and maybe just maybe it wouldn’t feel like it’s only us, that we are suffering alone.  Sometimes we feel like it would change everything if we could just let someone know what is in our hearts and minds. 

The promise in that verse let’s us know that there is someone. Through Christ who has felt what we feel, there is someone who knows exactly what we are going through. We are never suffering alone.  And that pain and anguish that we feel, the pains that we wouldn’t even wish on our worst enemy, they were felt by our greatest friend.  By our Savior.  By Jesus Christ himself. 

The peace of God we are told “passeth all understanding.” That peace goes beyond understanding.  What a promise.  What that tells me is that it’s more than understanding so it’s something else entirely.  To me that means we don’t have to understand what has happened, what is happening or what will happen to receive this blessing.  We can receive this blessing of peace which is greater than a mere understanding. 

So maybe seeking to understand why something is the way it is would actually be seeking a lesser blessing than we are promised merely for asking to begin with.  As we next pour out our hearts in prayer, may we all feel, recognize and more fully appreciate the peace that simply praying to our Father in Heaven can give us.  That peace comes through our Savior Jesus Christ.  It is a free gift.  It was not without cost but it is free to us because Jesus has already paid the price. 

To all who are hurting.  To all who are missing someone or multiple someones, to all who are in a difficult situation that they never expected to be in, pray to God, pour out your heart and soul to one who loves you so much that He sent his Son to live and die for your sake!  Pray with thanksgiving.  Do this and be filled with peace. Be filled with the peace of God through Jesus the Christ.  I testify to you that God loves you and that He will bless you as he has promised he will!  I share this message with you and I continue to pray for you in the holy name of Jesus Christ our Savior, Amen.

-Bobby Stewar

rwstewart@live.com

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 
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Posted by on 10/13/2020 in Torches

 

Tuesday’s Torch 608

Tuesday’s Torch 608

October 6, 2020

I’ve been going back and forth over the message for tonight, especially as it is the 100th consecutive numbered Torch I’ve done since being entrusted with carrying it forward, but feel like this is the proper direction to go.  I miss Tim and Joe Sader.  Such amazing guys that each in their own ways could really brighten a room and cause you to have more joy in your life.  I will forever treasure all of the great memories we made together and consider myself a better person by having known them.  I know for a fact I’m not the only one who feels that way. 

I’ve been trying to think of what to discuss today when I spoke with Tim and Joey’s mom and got some input from her and from Tim’s wife Sammy.  I searched back through some Torches from years ago and will quote from a message written by Tim as a large portion of tonight’s message.

Trusting in God can at times be easy and other times very difficult.  When things are good and it seems everything is falling into place, it’s easy to say we trust in God as we point out all we are being blessed with.  When things aren’t going perfectly though, it’s not always so simple.  And when things are absolutely terrible, what then?  Here are some of my friend Tims thoughts from April 2016:

“The times in my life I have most trusted in God have come after some of the most difficult moments I have faced. At the end of 2007 I had to be hospitalized because of some chest congestion that messed up the gasses in my blood. This was extremely life threatening but I had a dream about being in the hand of God and after a tough battle I rededicated my life to Him. In 2011 my brother Joe died but instead of blaming God I trusted Him even when I became ill from the grief and seemed to be following him to the grave. I grew so much in these two experiences that I am not the same as I used to be. Trusting God especially when it’s difficult is the best thing we can do because He will be our refuge.”

I am absolutely grateful that Tim responded to these challenges that would have broken many but that he pushed through in faith and rededicated himself to the Lord. I know that God had many purposes left for my friend Tim and it is to complete those purposes that he was blessed with as much time as he was.  This last couple days have caused lots of thoughts about my friends.  This whole month will be full of memories for all who knew and loved them.  Two days ago would’ve marked Tims birthday and later this month we would’ve been celebrating with Joe by undoubtedly crunching down on some crab legs somewhere or another. 

God has many purposes for each of us and it is my prayer that we can all rise to accomplish ours throughout all of the challenges that attempt to interfere.  No matter where you are or what your circumstances may be, I can assure you that you have a purpose and that God has a work for you to do if you are but willing.  Tim was.  That’s why this weekly Torch even exists!  I’d like to share a few more words from that Torch which I hope can be of great help to us all:

“When the world around us is falling apart we can keep our composure if our trust is in the Lord because we know it will be okay no matter what. We must learn to trust in the Lord with all our heart and lean not on our own understanding; if we will submit our ways to Him our path will be made strait (Proverbs 3:5-6). Walking a straight path is easy but when we are on a path that He’s not leading us down it is easy to get lost.”

At this point in the message Tim compared following a path without the guidance of the Lord to being lost with no directions, map or GPS and no knowledge of where you’re even at and then trying to find your way.  But how glorious it is that we can always turn to God, we can always seek our Father in prayer.  We can always follow the example of our savior Jesus Christ to find the way, by reading and studying of his life and ministry. And we can rely on the Holy Ghost to guide and direct us. We need never be lost in the wilderness if we are but willing to turn our lives over to God, He will see us through.  He will lead us to the purposes he has for us. 

That previous message and much of this Torch are based out of Psalm 62:8 which states:  “Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before him: God is a refuge for us”  I can testify that as we do that, we will receive help and strength to overcome our challenges and accomplish the righteous purposes God has in store for us.  There are things that need doing and people that need to be reached that just maybe you are the only one who can accomplish it.  Please accept the call, please put in the effort and be willing to serve God. 

I know that Tim put his faith in God, that same God that you and I put our faith in.  While reading through some of the past Torches he wrote it was impossible not to notice the vast difference in our writing styles.  But these words I will share with you that he shared long ago absolutely mirror the feelings of my heart.

“God is Able to handle everything that we need Him to; nothing is impossible with Him. Since He wants to and can do far beyond our greatest dreams we should trust our lives to Him. At all times we can trust in God; we can pour our heart out to Him and no matter what it is between us and Him. We all have secrets, hidden sins or things we would tell to no one. We can take it to God because He already knows, we can run to Him for safety and we will not be disappointed with the outcome. Secrets are safe with Him because He has guidance for us to handle what needs to be dealt with.” -Tim Sader.

I add my testimony to his, that as we Trust God, as we turn our lives over to God, he can help us to accomplish far more than we could on our own because absolutely nothing is impossible for God!  And if we are allowing God to work through us, according to his will, then absolutely nothing will be impossible for us as well. I share these words ever so humbly in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen!

-Bobby Stewart and Tim Sader

rwstewart@live.com

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 
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Posted by on 10/06/2020 in Torches

 

Tuesday’s Torch 607

Tuesday’s Torch 607

September 29, 2020

Today has been very busy.  Hectic would be a valid word to use in describing the day.  I’m probably not the only one that has had a crazy day so I’m sure others are in the same boat. 

It would be on days like today that we could find ourselves feeling too pressed for time to do all of the spiritual things that we should do daily. Prayers, pondering  and scripture study can often fall by the wayside.  And if things are crazy now with the events of 2020 throwing things into disarray then just imagine how much crazier, busier and more hectic things will be as we get even closer to the second coming when we have been promised even more calamities?

So an aspect of the Gospel that I have been spending time contemplating today is that sometimes we find ourselves being too busy for God.  We sometimes excuse ourselves from not praying as often or maybe skipping a blessing over our food before scarfing it down because time is limited. Perhaps personal or family scripture study is something we never make time for or maybe we usually do but sometimes let slide when things are crazy.

I am not bringing this up to shame anyone because none of us are perfect and I’ve definitely been guilty of missing some of these important things on many occasions.  I bring this up in order to praise God our Heavenly Father by stating the following.  He is never too busy for us.  When we need him and we turn to him in prayer he is always there for us and will hear us.  The scriptures are always available to us as well.

I’ll share a scripture that is located in Luke Chapter 21, these verses come after some discussion regarding events prior to the second coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.  Verses 34-36 state:

“And take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares.

For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth.

Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.”

These verses tell us not to get caught up in a life of excess or sin and getting so distracted by the cares of this life that we aren’t spiritually nourished and prepared.  We are told to watch and pray always.  This is the part I would like to call attention to: why would we be told to pray always unless God is listening always?  Our Father in Heaven is available to us all hours of the day and night. So when you find or make the time to reach out to him he is there waiting to hear from you just like the loving Father that he is!  As we make our relationship with him a priority we can receive even more guidance and direction simply by seeking him more fervently. 

We will be thoroughly blessed as we take the time to fully reflect on these amazing facts.  Even if we really are pressed for time, talk to God. A simple thank you for this day, or to ask for help with a tough decision or to help us get everything accomplished during our crazy day!  I promise that He is listening and is there for you any time you reach out to him.

And how do we “pray always”?  We can carry a prayer in our hearts always.  Keep our hearts and minds open to the influence of God, allowing the Holy Ghost to speak to us always!  Keeping that line of communication open will make a tremendous impact in our lives. 

Let us strive to limit the distractions that can get in the way of our spiritual growth.  Figure out a better way to make use of our time and redirect our thoughts from so many worldly concerns that can not only take your attention away from righteousness but can actually take us farther away from God.  Let us stay watchful and prayerful.  Especially during these insanely hectic days and all of those to come.  You can and will be blessed for your efforts!  Of that I am absolutely certain.  And I share these thoughts with you in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

-Bobby Stewart

rwstewart@live.com

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 
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Posted by on 09/29/2020 in Torches

 

Tuesday’s Torch 606

Tuesday’s Torch 606

September 22, 2020

So for this weeks message I decided to do a little something different. As anyone who ever watches the tv or spends even minute or two on social media or simply is coherent already knows, there’s an election coming up.  There are a lot of other really big things happening too so hear me out on something and don’t jump to conclusions but here goes, I’m going to tell you who you should trust and who you should vote for.  Ready? 

God our Heavenly Father and his son Jesus Christ.  See, I’m not really going to tell you who you should vote for in the presidential election or any senate races, not gonna share with you my thoughts on the Supreme Court even though I’m definitely full of opinions.  But in comparison it’s not as important as people are making it, at least not in comparison to things of an eternal nature.

So vote for God.  Vote for the Savior and the Holy Ghost.  Place your trust there.  No other leaders have what is best for you personally in mind as much or more than them.  When I say vote I also include in that sustaining and representing.  So very many of my friends on social media have within their first couple posts visible on their page posts that let you know their political affiliation or opinions on current events of the day but how evident are their beliefs?  You may know if they are voting for Biden or Trump but do you know who they are trusting with eternal salvation?  Now I’m not saying we should all spend every moment online sharing Gospel messages, but shouldn’t our relationship with the savior and our time spent in the scriptures be at least comparable to the time spent caught up in politics and Facebook opinion sharing?  I think so and I’m one of those who is guilty of sharing far too many political viewpoints and bickering with friends far too often online when I’m not sharing pictures of my food.

Now I’ve mentioned who to “vote for” and now I would like to rattle off some things to vote for and to give some of our attention to that’ll help us get out of the funk that paying too much attention to politics and social bickering can cause us to be in. 

Vote for Forgiveness!  For yourself and others.  Whether for something minor or huge things you don’t feel you can ever get past. Vote for righteousness!  Personal accountability for where you are in life and where you want to be.  Vote for patience, don’t expect everything you are seeking to happen right now or all at once.  Do your best and strive diligently because just maybe the journey to receive the blessing you seek will teach you the lessons that you need in order to keep the blessings once you finally get them. 

Vote for repentance.  The knowledge that the price has already been payed for every mistake you’ve ever made and that gift is yours, should you accept it is marvelous. You can change and you can overcome your past mistakes.  Vote for compassion.  There are so many ways we can feel about people, so many times we could become irritated or frustrated or downright angry at people, choose compassion because we don’t fully know what they are struggling with.  Maybe we view their struggle as something made up or otherwise imagined?  So what, that doesn’t mean they aren’t allowing it to hurt them, have compassion on them.  Doesn’t mean approve of whatever the action you don’t like is, but step back and attempt to see the person beyond simply a thing they are saying or doing. 

Vote for the Gospel.  Vote for scripture study.  Vote twice for prayer!  Vote three times for Faith, Four times for Hope and 47 times for charity!  Vote as many times as you can for Love!  There’s no voter fraud with the voting I’m talking about doing.  And don’t just vote for God and Christ and all these things, don’t just say “yep of course”, get involved.  Let it fire you up way more than many are letting politics or social justice or even what apps people are wasting time on can.

Seems to be more people are concerned with getting people on their side or proving people wrong in so many ways that aren’t of eternal significance.  Contrary to popular belief, who you vote for as President doesn’t send you to heaven or hell.  And it doesn’t mean your friend with opposite opinions is following Satan.  Unless of course they plan on writing in a vote for Lucifer which they probably aren’t doing.

We are all here on Earth with our own unique struggles and our own gifts and talents.  We have our own one-of-a-kind perspective.  Let us make the best of it.  Would you like to know my thoughts on how to do that?  My vote is that you turn it over to God.  The possibilities of what we can accomplish by ourselves is so small in comparison to what God can accomplish in our lives if we let him.  If we choose to use our God-given agency to do what He would have us do.  I vote we put our trust in the Savior of the World.  And let us do it now.  No need to wait until November 3rd or any other day. 

In closing my friends, my brothers and my sisters, remember John 15:10-11 which states:

“If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father’s commandments, and abide in his love.

These things have I spoken unto you, that my joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full.”

Remember these words of the Savior as you strive to keep the commandments and live righteously.  May we all have the fullness of Joy promised in those verses.  In the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

-Bobby Stewart

rwstewart@live.com

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 
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Tuesday’s Torch 605

Tuesday’s Torch 605

September 15, 2020

Today’s message will start with something that happened over this past day.  As many of you may know I typically use a power wheelchair each day.  As some of you may not know, the chairs require a full charge each night in order to keep the battery in good shape and ensure the power needed for daily circumstances.  Last night as all other nights I plugged mine in and went to bed. Today I went about my day around the house and when running a late errand realized that the battery was rapidly approaching dead.  At that point the errand running was over.  Apparently somewhere in the process of plugging it in, a proper connection wasn’t established. It could have been the plug wasn’t in all the way or some other user error.  I’ve forgotten to plug it in on many occasions and had to deal with that to varying degrees too.  Connections and charged batteries are important.

This power wheelchair scenario can apply to an aspect of the Gospel.  Preparation or more precisely Spiritual preparation is very important.  We have to recharge our spiritual batteries quite often.  So many of us seek guidance and answers quite often through prayer, but are there things that can prevent the connection from giving us the charge we need?  Absolutely. 

For one, we have to keep ourselves worthy of the spirit, that doesn’t mean we must be perfect but we should be striving to live righteously.  But if we are spending our days living in ways that remove the spirit from our lives that would be like me spending my whole day doing laps around my house or spinning my tires in mud and expect to maintain a charge all day.  Making it back to the charger at the end of the night would be pretty tough with a completely dead battery. 

So why is it so important that we keep the spirit with us and keep our spirits fully charged?  Well let us read in the scriptures a major part of what the Holy Ghost does for us.  1 Corinthians 2:9-14 states:

“But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.

But God hath revealed them unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God.

For what man knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man which is in him? even so the things of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God.

Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God.

Which things also we speak, not in the words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but which the Holy Ghost teacheth; comparing spiritual things with spiritual.

But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.”

These verses clearly state that we don’t see the answers we seek from God with our eyes or our ears and they don’t just magically appear inside of us.  The answers and truth we seek are given to us by the Holy Ghost.  How do we know that receiving these things are dependent upon living righteously and keeping commandments?

In those verses it speaks of “the things which God has prepared for them that love him.” Add to that the words spoken by the Savior as recorded in John 14:15-17 and it will become abundantly clear.

“If ye love me, keep my commandments.

And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever;

Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you.”

It is keeping the commandments that qualifies us for the companionship of the Holy Ghost. It is keeping our spiritual batteries in good shape that will allow us to make that connection through scripture study and prayer that’ll give us the power and ability and fuel we need to make it through our lives. 

So let’s say my wheelchair battery were to die.  Ok, it would be terrible but I could call someone to come help, hopefully my phone would be with me and charged…  Hmm. Maybe I could’ve used a dead phone analogy and gotten the point across to more people?  Hmm. Oops. 

But to the point I’m making, I could survive the physical fallout of a powerless wheelchair, something purely physical.  But to live life in such a way as to lose the spirit of God completely?  That is the incomprehensible sadness that many in this world are carrying with them throughout their lives.  To even limit the spiritual connection with our Heavenly Father is painful.  Let us all strive to strengthen that connection. 

The way is clear. Strive to keep the commandments, live clean and as righteously as possible.  That thing, whatever it is, that is right this minute popping into your head that you should either stop doing because it’s bad or that good thing you’re thinking of that you know you could be doing better: Make that change.  Put in the work required to strengthen the spiritual connection so that you may stay on track.  So that you may receive the answers, the guidance and even the strength required that comes in no other way except through the Spirit of Truth, that is the companionship of the Holy Ghost!  And as I have to do with my chair, let us recharge our spiritual batteries every single day! 

I testify that I know for certain that the Holy Ghost really will prompt you and direct you as you allow it to happen by striving to make righteous decisions and seeking that guidance and direction through prayer and study and by keeping the commandments,  And I share this message in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

-Bobby Stewart

rwstewart@live.com

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 
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Tuesday’s Torch 604

Tuesday’s Torch 604

September 8, 2020

“Be still, and know that I am God.” is a very well known passage from Psalm 46:10.  I’d like to discuss what it means to me and how I apply it presently.  I say it that way because it’s very cool the way a passage of scripture can mean different things to you at different times.

Currently this verse applies regarding trying to do so much.  I, like many others, am a ‘fixer’.  Show me a problem and I’ll do everything in my power to fix it. I might not always be able to but if I fail then let’s just say the failure is magnificent.  Unfortunately that can cause problems such as trying to fix things for people when they merely wanted someone to listen or by becoming obnoxiously persistent when I perceive a problem exists.

There is nothing inherently wrong with trying to fix problems or paying attention to details but it can cause additional problems.  Overthinking and anxiety go hand in hand and can increase your levels of bad stress which contributes to many health issues.  Outside of that, I know firsthand that obsessively trying to fix relationship problems can actually make the problems worse.  So how do we let go of things we want to fix?  No, seriously, how?

I’ve heard a lot of people use the quote “Let go and let God.”  I think it’s one of those things that is so much easier to say than to do.  I think it’s very close to the meaning of the verse I quoted to begin this message, “Be still, and know that I am God.”  The thing I really like about the verse is “be still”, or in other words calm, at peace.  I can think back to many times where had I been more willing or more able to be calm and peaceful that situations could’ve worked out far better. 

So how then does the verse say to do that?  By knowing that God is God.  We don’t have to do everything ourselves no matter how it may seem in the heat of the moment. In fact there are so many things that only God can do for us that he can only do if we get out of his way!  It’s extremely hard at times despite being so very simple.  Just be still, know that God is God and stop trying to do his job for him by trying to control every single aspect of a situation.

I’ve tried controlling things and trust me, I am not God for an infinite number of reasons and one of those being I’m terrible at it!  I’m probably not the only one who feels like at times I have the reverse Midas touch.  You’ll remember from mythology that everything King Midas touched turned to Gold.  Well it doesn’t take much thought to realize that the reverse Midas touch would be everything you touch turning to poop!  And yeah, I found a way to use the word poop in the Torch.  I felt like it was better than the word crap or other options.  Was it the right call?

Anyways.  As we are able to relax, and take a deep breath and just be still sometimes, we allow God to do what he does best, we allow him to be God!  Would you be able to fully help someone who was actively trying to be you? “Oh, you’re trying to steal my identity? Hold up let me help you out!” Nope, you can see where that would be a bit awkward and problematic.  So let us all be still.  Let God be God.  Of course be in control of yourself, but relax and be still when it comes to controlling things that you really have no ability or right to control.

This is a lesson I’ve still not fully learned and part of what led me to choose this topic.  I pray that we all may become better at this.  It sure would lessen our stresses and anxieties to know at least a little more completely that God really is God and he really does have things under control.  Be at peace and allow him to make it so that all things really do work together for our good.  I leave this message with you in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

-Bobby Stewart

rwstewart@live.com

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 
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Tuesday’s Torch 603

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday’s Torch 603

September 1, 2020

“Low-sodium diet.” Very simply put, those are terrible words to hear coming from a medical professional.  So many of the absolute best and most wonderful tasting foods are absolutely loaded with salt. Lowering or eliminating the salt content of many of those foods destroys the taste so much that you are oft-times better off skipping the food entirely.  With time and lots of effort, you can make due and try to find other things to eat or to season food with but it’s not the same.

 

People need sodium.  In the midst of horrific genocide in Cambodia under the horrors of the Khmer Rouge one of the things the displaced and fleeing for their lives Cambodians craved the most was salt.  Such a simple thing became a sought after thing of immense value to them.  I bring this up to point out that even in times of fearing for your life, something as simple as salt is a big deal.

 

I have been pondering this for a while, especially as I’ve adjusted my diet gradually over the years.  Low-sodium and other dietary restrictions can be brutal and complicated and just make life quite miserable if you aren’t careful.  I would like to share the following verse that I feel like can give us all just a glimpse of a major problem in the world.

 

“Ye are the salt of the earth: but if the salt have lost his savour, wherewith shall it be salted? it is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out, and to be trodden under foot of men”. (Matthew 5:13)

 

We are the salt of the earth.  What is savour?  Savour is defined as the specific taste or smell of something.  The essence of a thing if you will. Salt has a very specific taste that sets it apart, as anyone who has ever tried a salt substitute or has intentionally or accidentally left it out of a recipe can attest!

 

So what is our Savour?  It is our righteousness and our devotion to living the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  We keep our Savour by following the Savior. By doing as he would have us do and living as he would have us live.

 

Look around at many of the problems in this world.  Something is missing.  Something is being left out of the recipe for peace and prosperity.  Something doesn’t taste quite right.  There is a missing ingredient.  The salt of the earth isn’t found in the amount required to season or to preserve happiness and peace.  Salt has amazing value as a preservative.

 

I understand that this message may seem strange or odd that I would be talking so much about salt.  But our part in all of this is to be the salt, and to not lose the savour that makes us so.  Don’t just read the word, live it.  Don’t just believe in God and the Savior but trust in them!  Put your faith in the Lord and strive to share the testimonies we have acquired!

 

Seriously, look around at problems plaguing our country and many parts of the world.  Christlike virtues would eliminate so many problems and would make so much better.  This world needs us. It needs each of us.  And it needs us to be actively seeking the opportunities to be the salt of the earth.

 

People are trying desperately to find out what is missing from their lives and communities and the world, they are striving to find happiness in all sorts of different ways and down many different paths.  But it is my sincere belief that they are all experiencing the odd and wrong taste of an improperly seasoned life.  They are using a salt substitute instead of the real thing.  Following Jesus Christ and living as he would have us live will help us to find the flavor of life, the essence of life and yes, we will maintain our savour to avoid being trampled by a very hectic and crazy world sometimes.

 

We are caught up in a great big world, and this great big world recipe requires an extra dose of Salt.  Gospel salt if you will.  Let’s make sure we are that salt and help others to be as well.  What good is imitation salt when the real thing is needed? That means we must be active and righteous Christians.  Faithful and devout Christianity and righteousness is what is required of us to make this world better.  Let’s make like this world is a gigantic tub of movie theater popcorn, don’t skimp on the salt or that sodium filled theater butter!!! How bland it would be with none of that.  Life is the same way for so many without our Father in Heaven and his Son Jesus Christ.  Let us share the blessing of the Gospel with others.  That is the missing ingredient.  Ye are the salt of the earth and I thank you for tuning in and wish you only the greatest blessings, in the sacred name of Jesus Christ, Amen.

 

-Bobby Stewart

rwstewart@live.com

 

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

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Tuesday’s Torch 602

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday’s Torch 602

August 25, 2020

 

 

“Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt love thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy.

But I say unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you, and persecute you;

That ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven: for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good, and sendeth rain on the just and on the unjust.”  (Matthew 5:43-45).

 

I felt compelled to share these verses tonight after a couple days where I have allowed myself to get upset and angry about some circumstances that I’m unhappy about and angry at those I have felt wronged by.

 

These are wonderful verses but also very difficult ones to always try and live up to.  Perhaps some of you also struggle with this tendency to get upset at people and have a hard time forgiving or being kind to those who you feel have wronged you.

 

I find comfort that as we strive to love others, both friends and supposed or actual enemies alike we are children of God.  Much like as we often resemble our parents and our children resemble us, it’s great to realize that we can develop attributes that make us more like our Heavenly Father.  As we do that, others will be able to see that resemblance in us and will desire to know more about where that light in our countenance comes from.

 

And just as the verse states that God allows the sun to rise and the merciful rains to fall on the just and the unjust we can attempt to offer love and kindness to everyone and not just those who offer it to us.  It’s definitely nice to know that even when we may be struggling to walk the straight and narrow or get sidetracked or angry, our Father in Heaven will not leave us out in the cold dark desert.  He will still provide us with opportunities for success and blessings.  May we all strive to love one another no matter how easy or difficult it can be from time to time.  I hope that this message finds you all well and can be of help to you.  I share this message for your benefit as well as my own, and I do so humbly and prayerfully in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen!

 

-Bobby Stewart

 

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 

 

 
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Tuesday’s Torch 601

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday’s Torch 601

August 18, 2020

 

 

“Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on an hill cannot be hid.

Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house.

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” (Matthew 5:14-16)

 

These are clearly very oft-quotes scriptures and have a very special meaning to me as it relates to this torch that it is my privilege to carry.  I’d like to apply it a bit differently today.  Clearly in these verses the light is a fire.  This isn’t a simple case of flipping a light switch and there it is.

 

So for this message I would ask that you imagine yourself and others as glass mason jars.  People for the most part are strolling around with a lid on but full of straw, sticks, dry leaves etc.  Those who are open to the Gospel don’t have their lid closed.  And once in a while they will receive a little spark that sets them ablaze with the Gospel and they are just eager to learn and grow.  Our job as we are full of this Gospel light or fire if you will is to share it with others.

 

And this is a very huge blessing for that person we share the fire with.  For us?  Not only is it a huge blessing but it is an absolute necessity!  We need to share that fire so that it keeps burning.

 

Back to the analogy, think about it.  If you have a fire burning there are certain things you must do to keep it burning.  Adding more fuel to the fire and growing the blaze by adding more wood.  This can be accomplished by continued prayer and study.  But what else does the fire need?  Oxygen, it needs to breathe.

 

What good is it if we build a blazing fire in ourselves, in our personal mason jar, if we then place the lid on it and twist it tight?  That fire will die.  Some people may have a mighty large jar but the fire will eventually burn up all the oxygen and die.  Smaller jars burn up even more quickly.

 

There is nothing quite as disappointing as seeing someone embark upon a righteous path and start aligning themselves to the Gospel as taught in holy scripture only to turn away and go back.  Maybe some didn’t really get the fire fully started? Maybe they had that fire but then bottled it up, put the lid on it because they were afraid of what others might say or think because of the changes they are making.  Maybe they had friends or even family members attempt to pour water on their flame and put it out?

 

I state this because that doesn’t just happen to those just starting out, it can happen to those of us who have been attempting to stay on the straight and narrow path for a long time.  This can happen as we grow complacent or are worried about taking a stand in a day and age where staying true to righteous principles is downright mocked and ridiculed.

 

So let us strive to not just live righteous principles but to share them. Share the light (fire) that is within you and keep it going.  Continue to pray and study and worship so that we are constantly strengthening our fire.  This is what is needed in order to cause the Gospel of Jesus Christ to spread like wildfire over our land and over the entire world!  Look around Brothers and Sisters, we need that now more than ever before!  I testify of these things and hopefully have shared just a little of the fire that I myself have been trying my hardest to build up.  And if you’d be so kind, I would love your feedback.  Please share your light and your fire with me and everyone around you!  I say these things ever so hopefully and humbly in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Amen.

 

-Bobby Stewart

Tuesdays Torch has been viewed in countries all across the globe through our website and social media. We pray the words of every Torch will sink into the hearts and minds of readers. Please share Tuesdays Torch and encourage others with it. To partner with Tuesdays Torch and help expand our reach please contact us. We pray the Lord will touch our readers. All of what Christ did was so we would believe. He told us not to believe because of what He said but in what He did (John 14:11). Every Tuesday we talk about what He did and is still doing. The best thing God’s done is send His Son so we could be saved (John 3:16). If anyone is not a believer we pray they will invite the Lord into their lives by asking Him to forgive their sins and believing that He is the Son of God. Please share testimonies, feedback or encouraging words by email at: tuesdaystorch@gmail.comwe enjoy hearing from you. Look out for next Tuesdays Torch on our website http://www.tuesdaystorch.com , by email, Facebook and Twitter @tuesdaystorch Thanks and God Bless!

No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light. Luke 8:16

 

 

 
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