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Tuesdays Torch week 492

Tuesday’s Torch

07/10/18

By: Tim Sader

Wives do not have authority over their body but yields it to her husband. In the same way, husbands do not have authority over their body but yields it to his wife. (1 Corinthians 7:4)

When the wedding was over the house hadn’t sold yet so we had to part ways for a while again. This was the hardest time we ever spent apart it was only a day and a half before we made a way to be together more until we could find a house. In this life we go through hardships and in them we can grow closer to God because He is there with us. After ten days together again Sammy had to check in on things in her part of the world so she wouldn’t lose her benefits or help. Her sister-in-law met us at Lowes in Columbia because she was seperated and her husband worked there so she’d drop his son off and pick Sammy up there. Three days later when Laura came back to get her son Sammy hitched a ride again and we picked her up at the Waffle House. After the first ten days in York Sammy and me had worked out a bit of a rutine so it was slightly easier because she knew what to expect. When she came to visit we slept in the guest room, she brought her shower/potty chair for bathroom and washing. We got a hoyer lift to pick her up if my mom needed it to transfer Sammy and our friend Janet also helped mostly in morning and at bed time. Sammy is not big on restaurants, food is just not her thing but we mainly ate out since it was just mom and me. We did a lot of takeout food when Sammy came to visit and she suffered through a few meals with me at my favorite places. Mom cooked a few nice meals though and we did most breakfasts and lunch at home with leftovers and quick meal options. We had many visitors when she was there people who wanted to get to know Sammy and hang out before we moved. We really connected with our friends Bobby and Ashley during these trips. Some of our best moments together were shared with this other couple we truly enjoyed our moments with them and Lila their little girl just loved Sammy. Our first alone date without a care giver was with them; we went for pizza and had good conversation. The first trip in May lasted five days not long enough but more days together. That time we made it eight days apart, felt like the longest time ever before we were together for six more days.

These moments at my old house when Sammy was able to stay with me I think we were learning many things about being married. When dating someone we learn all the ways we are alike but after marriage when two people live together we start to see how we are different. In something I read it said some of the biggest disagreements in a new marriage are over control of the thermostat and the television. This would be true for us because I like it warmer than Sammy and she is hot most of the time. She is able to use TV controls better than I can so that one was resolved by default. Lucky for me we like a lot of the same shows and if I want to watch something she’ll play it for me. As far as the thermostat goes it stays just about cool enough for her and I use a blanket and or a heater depending on the season. Wives and husbands no longer only belong to themselves they have someone else’s interests to put before their own. A few months back at Ashley Ridge Church we did a series by Andy Stanley called What Happy Couples Know. In it he says, “Marriage is a submission competition.” It’s not about what they have or haven’t done for us it’s about laying down our agenda and putting them first. Husbands should have confidence in their wife and the good value she brings into his life (Pr 31:11-12). Many women do many great things but our own wives should surpass those things in our in our eyes. We should honor her with praises and words of encouragement (Pr 31:29). The Lord, our Holy One, God of all the earth is like a husband to us all. He calls us back to Him if we are distressed and troubled He will not reject us. We maybe apart for a moment but His compassion will bring us together again (Is 54:5-7). The love I share with Sammy makes me want to put her first which is difficult because shes always putting my needs before her own. Our love also makes it difficult to be less than five feet apart or we miss one another so after marriage we were never apart long.

Lord I ask that our relationships with others would bring you glory so that they see an example of you in it. Help us to stop tring to control everything but to turn control over to you so that we can properly learn to love. Help us to submit our agenda and put first whoever it is we are in relationship with. Show us it’s not about what we get out of it as it is about what we put into our relationships to help them grow. Give us kind words and deeds to speak and do so we can be an encouragement to significant others. Lord thank you for being a husband to us, always beckoning us back to you and for never turning your back on us. In Jesus name, Amen.

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.com we 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 07/10/2018 in Torches

 

Blog from February 15, 2016

February 15, 2016

04/09/18

By: Cindy Lundhagen

As forewarned or promised…stepping forward boldly or doing something perceived as incredibly stupid…here I go. You see I don’t believe Jesus wants me to be silent about the glorious things He has done for me, what He is currently doing within me or how He wants to use me now or in the future. I think He wants me to sing out His praises…so that is what I intend to do. Sharing my story strengthens my faith and I hope it will yours as well or perhaps lead you or someone you know in His direction again…or for the first time. Jesus has helped heal deep wounds, has brought me peace and a promise of eternal salvation…which is the crux of my end message to you. I have no secrets anymore… Know that I am willing to talk to anyone at anytime about anything if it could help you.

So let’s begin. I started out in a “normal” family until 2nd grade…father, mother, older sister (2 yrs) and younger sister (5 yrs). We went off and on to a Catholic church of which I remember very little; I had a basic concept of God and prayer and that’s it. My mom began an affair, parents got divorced, and my mom remarried with custody of us kids. It didn’t take long to realize my world had been upended. Through the rest of my childhood, I experienced periods of poverty, sexual and physical abuse, and neglect. I was exposed to violence, alcoholism, abandonment and isolation, the death and destruction of things I loved, the attempted suicide of my mom and a host of other “really bad stuff” not imaginable to most kids. Though for me, the worst was feeling unwanted and unloved.

But let me tell you about God during this period. He was always, always there. He was a constant reassuring presence in the midst of a storm of chaos. He got me through many lonely days and terrifying nights. And I learned to pray…really just to talk to God when I had no one else.

Since I’ve read the Bible in the last few years, I often turn to John 6:16-21 when facing fear and circumstances outside of my control. In it Jesus walked on water in a stormy sea and his disciples were “terrified”. His answer to their terror is subtly profound, and important to grasp — he doesn’t explain himself; he simply reveals himself. “Don’t be afraid. I am here!”. Our assurance that everything will be OK has everything to do with the presence of Jesus in the midst of our fear. And more than quelling our fear, He invites us to walk directly into the fear, knowing that He is always with us, we are never alone and we are loved beyond belief by a mighty, mighty power that NOTHING can overcome.

Hang in there with me for a little more of my history…you’ll see the depths He has pulled me from and the lengths He went to…and then things will get interesting. Until next Monday…

Cindy Lundhagen – Summerville, SC

 
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THE NATURE AND CHARACTER OF FALLEN MAN

SEVEN FUNDAMENTALS OF THE CROSS

ONE: THE NECESSITY OF THE CROSS

III. THE NATURE AND CHARACTER OF FALLEN MAN

By: Brother Cliff

The nature and character of fallen man: the horror and depravity of sin.

Sin: deceived, selfish, lust, rebellious, pride, fear, guilt and shame.

Death: darkness, chaos, lies, anger, abortion, theft, war, disease.

Fallen man is deceived by sin. He is selfishly rebellious, prideful in lust, and driven by fear, anger, guilt and shame. He dwells in confusion and chaos; ever bound by lies. Sinful man is the prisoner of Satan.

Hopelessly captive; the servant of sin fuels and promotes death and the kingdom of darkness every day of their life.

1Jn 3:8 He that committeth sin is of the devil; for the devil sinneth from the beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil.

:9 Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him: and he cannot sin, because he is born of God.

:10 In this the children of God are manifest, and the children of the devil: whosoever doeth not righteousness is not of God, neither he that loveth not his brother.

Fallen man:

deceived/wicked

selfish/lust

prideful/rebellious

fearful/guilty

shame/darkness

chaos

lies

anger

abortion

death

theft

war

disease

Joh 3:19 And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.

Nature of God                        vs                     Nature of Fallen Man

Holy/Love                                                       deceived/wicked

Different/Self-giving                                      selfish/lust

Good/Severe                                                   prideful/rebellious

Righteous                                                        fearful/guilty

Wisdom                                                           shame/darkness

Just                                                                  chaos

Jealous                                                             lies

Fire/Light                                                        anger

Way/Truth/Life                                               abortion

Mercy                                                              death

Grace                                                               war

Patient/Kind                                                    disease

Gen 1:4 And God saw the light, that it was good: and God divided the light from the darkness.

1Jn 1:5 This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.

Brother Cliff — Fort Mill, SC

 
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Posted by on 07/05/2018 in Friends on Fire

 

Tuesdays Torch week 491

Tuesday’s Torch

07/03/18

By: Tim Sader

Endure hardship as discipline; God is treating you as his children. For what children are not disciplined by their father? (Hebrews 12:7)

After a big ordeal over the hotel putting us in the wrong room on the first night of our honeymoon stay in Charleston we had a wonderful time learning to be husband and wife. The way newlyweds rejoice after the wedding is much like the way God delights in us when we partner our lives to Him. The day we left our honeymoon was my new wifes birthday and we only were able to spend part of it together because I had to go back to my house three hours away an leave her there. This felt wrong on so many levels; not a great way to start our marriage having to leave my wife on her birthday. There was nothing I could do about it because mom had an appointment the next day. This was harder than we ever imagined since we were used to it through all our dating and engagement. After marriage it hurt to the core to be seperated so soon from my one my true love. Sammy cried for days when I left, I cried some to and just was not happy about anything because all I wanted was to be with her. After such intense time missing one another we knew something had to happen so we could be together more time until our house sold. The whole time we were dating Sammy was only able to make it to my house in York one time when her dad and step mom were going to a wedding a little further into North Carolina. A couple days after we were apart Sammy finally told her dad she missed her Timmy and had to go to where I was at. I think it was hurting him to see his little girl so sad because he agreed to bring her half way if we could meet them somewhere and pick her up. We decided to meet at a restaurant called Lizard Thicket in Columbia, SC. I knew her friend Medina lived there so we asked if she wanted to meet us for an early dinner to help ease the difficult transition. From there our house was a little less than two hours away so we went ahead and got on the road. When we got there it was so nice to finally be together for quite a few days at least. I don’t remember many details about this time the main thing is we were together and everything felt right in our newlywed world.

Coming to my house so far away was a huge step for Sam probably the most difficult thing she had done in her adult life. Her dad and home-health aides had been taking care of her needs for many years just like my mom has taken care of me. Leaving the comforts of home was a major trial for her I wonder if I could have done the same though know I would have if it was an option. What was a worse hardship than leaving though was staying and being separated for an unknown amount of time so she endured it in order for us to do what was the greater thing. The greatest reason we can endure hardship is for the love of God and our relationship with Him. When we endure difficulties in life we should think about them as we would look at being disciplined. This isn’t to say God made trouble for us but how we face obstacles in life is important. We can learn and grow in times like these or we can stay beat up and defeated by our circumstances. Children are disciplined because of love in order for them to mature and grow up making better decisions. This is how we are meant to handle hardships in life. When we overcome opposition it strengthens and encourages our faith. We must go through many hardships to enter the kingdom of God (Acts 14:22). No trouble or hardship we can face will keep us from the love of Christ. We can be confident in knowing that nothing in the entire unverse, visible, invisible, spiritual, physical or anything in creation can separate us from His love (Rom 8:35-39). As servants of God we are commended by our endurance in times of trouble. Paul endured beatings, imprisonment, hunger, lies, bad reports, mistaken identities and so much more but through all this bad He also experienced so much Gods goodness and grace (2 Cor 6:3-10). The grace given us through Christ is enough for Him to be there through all our trials this is why we boast in weakness because in weakness He is our strength (Heb 12:7). Together we trusted the plan we set up for Sammy to stay with me and though it was hard with the help of God it all worked out.

Lord I ask that you would help us in our times of trouble so that together with you we can overcome our trials. When we face hardships God help us to learn and grow from it so that we can be strengthened in our faith. Lord help us to enter the kingdom of God through our difficulties by turning to you in the midst of them. I ask that we would see that we’re more than conquerors in all things because of your great love for us. Help us not to be defeated by our struggles but to focus on how you give us the victory. In Jesus name, Amen.

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.com we 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 07/03/2018 in Torches

 

The Divine Nature and Character of God

Seven Fundamentals of The Cross

ONE: THE NECESSITY OF THE CROSS

II: The Divine Nature and Character of God

By: Brother Cliff

Holy Love

Holy: good, wholly other-than, unique, no comparative, different.

Love: severe, other-centered, self-giving.

Holy is far beyond the opposite of evil. Every attribute of God is incomparable to all other expressions. There is nothing, there is no one who compares. He alone is God. The eternal, unchanging God is Holy Love. He is a hungry, consuming Fire. He is everlasting Light. He is the Way, the Truth, and the Life. He is Righteous. He is Just. He is Jealous. He is Wisdom.

God is merciful. He is full of grace and kindness. God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is wholly, Holy Love!

Joh 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

:17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.

God is:

Holy/Love

Different/Self-giving

Good/Severe

Righteous

Wisdom

Just

Jealous

Fire/Light

Way/Truth/Life

Mercy

Grace

Patient

Kind

God is immutable: unchanging, always the same!

Heb 13:8 Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.

Consider next the nature and character of fallen man: the horror and depravity of sin. From the moment Adam was deceived by Satan and then chose to sin by rejecting God’s Word, all of mankind have been the inheritors of his sin nature and its fruit; which is death. What is it about sin that is so horrifying and depraved in, and through the life of a sinful person?

Rom 5:12 Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned:

“sin entered into the world, and death by sin…”

Every time sin is committed it is directly enabling and promoting death in the world. Sin is the inherited nature and character of every descendant of Adam in the earth. All are sinners by nature, and by default; promoters of Satan’s kingdom of darkness through sin and death.

All that produces death; whether it be by disease, murder, war, abortion, prejudice, hatred, starvation, suicide, or any other means by which death comes, its spiritual root is always mankind’s sin in the earth.

This Biblical truth strips away the subtle lies of rationalization; justifying some sins as more or less ok, because they are not nearly as bad as others. All sin fuels death. Sin must be destroyed and the sinner punished as a promoter of death. That is why God has declared: “the soul that sinneth must die”. [Ezek 18:20]

Brother Cliff — Fort Mill, SC

 
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Tuesdays Torch week 490

Tuesday’s Torch

06/26/18

By: Tim Sader

As a young man marries a young woman, so will your Builder marry you; as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride, so will your God rejoice over you. (Isaiah 62:5)

On the day of our wedding we were blessed to have found the perfect venue someone divinely made available just for us. After forgetting the rings across town we had a beautiful wedding ceremony, dinner and reception. One of our best days got me thinking about how we should give God our best because He gave us the best of everything. After the wedding we had not made to many plans about what we were doing afterwards. We knew we were going to Embassy Suites and staying there for a few days to celebrate our marriage and rest after an exhausting week. Unfortunately we needed help to come with us on the wedding night and honeymoon. My mom was the main one who was helping us. Also one of Sammy’s school aides Medina was at the wedding and offered to come that night to help since there were so many things to do to get us comfortable. We said our goodbyes to a few stragglers cleaning up and headed to my van after getting her luggage for our little trip. When we got to the hotel it was prom night they thought we were dressed up for it and directed to go the other way for the prom. We told them we just got married and were checking into our honeymoon suite. We thought the wedding dress was obvious but I guess it could have been mistaken for a prom dress. When we got to the room it was visually disabled friendly but not with a wheelchair accessible bathroom. This upset Sammy’s friend Medina most of all because it made our wedding night inconvenient. The bad thing was they had a full house that night and couldn’t move us until the next day when we were settled and didn’t want to move. To get my princess out of her beautiful gown and use the bathroom they had to open the pool area just for us. When we got back to the room they delivered us complimentary champagne, fancy cheese and crackers. We were high on love so we stayed up late talking and counting money from our guests. When we finally laid down it had been such a full day we passed out as soon as we hit the pillows. I think often times we have big plans for the wedding night but I’m almost certain not much happens that night except sleep.

I knew for us this was going to be a different kind of honeymoon because intimacy looks so different for us anyway. One funny thing we realized that night is king size beds do not work for us. It is impossible to get us close enough to have any kind of cuddles in a bigger bed than a full size. Not only did we have help staying with us but some of our out of town family and guests came to visit the next few days. The day after I remember feeling like a new man but also had some allergy issues with congestion. When I got up we ordered some food from room service. I could only eat a little and take my pills so I could lay down and work the congestion out of me. When I got up I felt better and was even able to hold my wife on my lap for a while. The next day was so much better we had some lunch and watched movies together. Later my dad took us out to dinner at Carrabas because the next day was Sammy’s birthday. That night Sammy and I sat on the couch together and had some cuddle time before bed. The next morning we got up and went back to Sammy’s dads house and had alone time in her room before I had to leave my bride on her birthday for my house four hours away. This felt very wrong to us during our time of rejoicing to be apart until our house sold. God rejoices in us much in the same way a groom celebrates his bride. Just like the rising sun is the bridegroom coming from his chamber, like the winner of a race (Ps 19:4-5). The king rejoices over the happy bride in the wedding chamber; he enjoys the beauty adored by the wedding guests (Sg 1:4). We are Gods delight but do we feel the same about Him? He has clothed us in garments of salvation and a robe of righteousness like the bride and groom who dress up for their wedding day (Is 62:5). Rejoicing in my bride was the best part of those days we spent together during our honeymoon.

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Lord we thank you for the relationships you have blessed us with, not only the romantic ones. Help us to rejoice in everyone you have interwoven our lives to be part of. We thank you God for rejoicing over us and helping us to build our lives around you. Lord you are king of our lives so help us to come into your chamber with joy and gladness. May you be our delight God because of your son Jesus being our garments of righteousness and salvation. Help us to be like the sun rise; we will praise your love so that the world will adore you. In Jesus name, Amen.

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.com we 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 06/26/2018 in Torches

 

Tuesdays Torch week 489

Tuesday’s Torch

06/19/18

By: Tim Sader

Your mouth is like the best wine. May the wine go straight to my beloved, flowing gently over lips and teeth. (Song of Songs 7:9)

The days leading up to our wedding were very busy with family and activities to prepare for our big day. The evening before we got married we met the wedding party at our location to have a rehersal so everyone would play their proper role the following day around four o’clock. Just like we had to practice for that day we need to practice righteous living so that we can be pleasing to God and lead others to Him. For the longest time before our wedding we didn’t even know where we were having it. We looked at several places early in our engagement but none of them were what we wanted within budget. We put this on hold far longer than every recommendation we read about. No one gets the perfect wedding venue on the desired date unless it is six months to a year ahead of time. Four months before our date we still had no venue and thought we’d be doing it in someone’s yard. A few weeks before we planned to send out invitations Sammy was reading about a wedding venue reopening in Summerville. As soon as she read about it she contacted the new tenant and set up a time to meet with her. It seemed like this place was opened just for us; we were the first wedding on their books. The Summerhouse is a beautifully restored home in Summerville. It was just under 1500 dollars and that included our beautiful cake. Only six months after our wedding the business shut down again. It was the perfect place for to do the wedding and reception. Laura Sammy’s sister in law was our wedding planner, her and her sisters cooked all the food for the rehearsal dinner and wedding. We had drinks and appetizers between ceremony and reception while we were taking pictures. Dinner was pork tenderloin, green beans and mashed potatoes we also had a limited open bar for wedding guests. On the day of the wedding I showed up at the wrong time, Sammy was supposed to get there first so she could be inside while I was waiting on the front porch. I got there early but she was late so she just waited in the van until I went inside.

Before we all started walking in to our songs someone asked if I had the rings. I knew they were my responsibility but we discussed this after the rehearsal and since they were in Sammy’s room and she was getting ready there she would bring them. In all the excitement they got left but Sammy’s step brother Cody came to the rescue and went to the house to get them. This got things started about a half hour late but not a total tragedy. We all made it down the aisle just like we practiced. Sammy was the most beautiful bride I had ever seen it was like she was floating on a puffy white cloud. After I got past the people standing in my view I saw my wife and it brought a tear to my eyes. Our pastor Jenn gave us a traditional service but we wrote our own vows since we love each other so much. We presented rings to one another for a never ending symbol of our love. We lit a unity candle together with a little help from our wedding party while Katie one of the bridesmaids played guitar and sang A Living Prayer in the style of Alison Krauss. Last but not least we called the kiss crew to assist in me tasting the best wine, the lips of my bride. All of our guests would say this was one of the best weddings they had ever been to there wasn’t a dry eye in the crowd. The dinner, reception, dance, cake and speeches all came at us fast but it was everything we dreamed it would be. God tells us that he will teach us what is best and direct us in the way we should go (Is 48:17). Paul’s prayer to the Philippines is that our love would abound more in knowledge and understanding so we may discern from Him what is best, pure and blameless (Phil 1:9-10). What God wants is for us to do our best to have His approval, to be a hard worker and to correctly handle the word of God which we have learned (2 Tim 2:15). Ultimately God brought us together and our wedding day was the best day of our lives.

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Lord I pray that we would always be open to your teaching and guidance so that we may learn what is best for our lives. Help us to understand God that the best wine flows from your mouth because your words change everything. I ask that we would love the knowledge and insight that comes from you so that we may discern what is best. Give us a deep desire to be pure and blameless until the coming of Christ so that we would always give our best to you. I pray that we would work hard and correctly handle your word of truth. In Jesus name, Amen.

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.com we 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 06/19/2018 in Torches