Come To Me!

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Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden in light.     Matthew 11:28-30

These are the words of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ which can be found in the Gospel of Matthew, the first book in the New Testament. We as human beings go through difficult times in our own lives with very real disappointment and struggles. Rather it is a loss of a job, our home, a broken relationship, someone we love who is chronically ill or something worst someone we love has died, and left us behind.

Regardless of what our situation Jesus wants us to bring all of our problems and worries to him through our pray time. Yes, he already knows what troubles you, however he wants a relationship with you, and one way to do this is when we have our quiet time with him.

Trust Jesus at all times, he knows the pain and sorrow that you are feeling, and he wants you to pour out your heart in his presence.You need to release all those emotions in a safe place. Demonstrate your trust in Jesus by opening your heart in him, as you do so, he promise to keep it safe.

Remember that Jesus is a man of sorrows, fully acquainted with grief. Because of all he has suffered for all of us on a cross. As your pour out your emotions in his presence your heavy burden grows lighter. You no longer carry your sorrows alone. You release them to the Savior, and he then relieve and refresh your soul. Moreover, as your heavy heart grows lighter, you are freed to learn more on him, and who he really is. 

Come to Jesus and get to know who he truly is, in a everlasting depth and breadth. You will find that he is indeed a refuge, a safe place flooded with eternal love. Linger a while in His presence, letting His love soak into your soul.


Grace and Peace to You My Friends


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