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Tuesday, July 10, 2012


Ex. 17:8-13 THANK GOD FOR GUYS LIKE HUR, Lesson 13a

This is a very important moment in the life of the nation of Israel. As they journey toward the Promised Land, they are faced with their first encounter with an enemy army. The Bible tells us that they came face to face with the armies of Amalek. These people were a nomadic tribe that was a constant thorn in the side of the people of Israel. In this first encounter, they prove their nature by conducting an unprovoked attack against the Israelites. This prompts the Lord to promise the total annihilation of the Amalekites. This promise was later fulfilled.

In this scene from the travels of Israel, we find the great leader Moses mentioned, along with Aaron, as well as the first mention of the future leader Joshua. All of these men were great leaders in the history of Israel and all played a very important role in the early history of this great nation. However, there is another man mentioned in these verses that deserves our attention: his name is Hur. This is a man who steps out of nowhere, does a great work and then disappears into the same shadows from which he came.

People have long looked to Moses and Joshua as great leaders and as role models. Both men are classed, and rightfully so, as true heroes of the faith. However, I would like to say that the real heroes of this particular story are Aaron and Hur. Notice the context. When Moses hands were held up, as a sign of intercession, Israel prevailed in the battle. When Moses' hands were allowed to fall down, Amalek prevailed. After a while, Moses became to weary to hold his own hands up that Aaron and Hur stepped up and held Moses' hands up until the battle was finished. In my mind, they are the true heroes here. Of these two, Hur seems to stand out in my mind. Here is a man about whom we know next to nothing, yet he enabled an entire nation to see a great victory.

Today, I would like to pay tribute to every Hur in the House of God. I would like to honor all those who are willing to take the second seat. Those who are willing to make up the second line. People who are often unnoticed, un-thanked and underappreciated, people just like Hur. People who perform a function in the Body of Christ that is so vital, but who never get the recognition they deserve. People who enable the rest of us to do what the Lord has called us, that is those who make up the front line, those who take the first seat, .

Allow me to share with you four characteristics of guys like Hur that make them very special to the Kingdom work of God. Today, I want to tell you why I thank God “For Guys Like Hur“.


In this story, Moses is unable to hold his hands up, and if they fall, then the Amalekites will certainly win the battle. However, Aaron and Hur step forth and hold the hands of Moses up until the battle is won.

The task Hur accomplished that day doesn't sound like a lot to you and me, however, had is not been for the work of this man, Moses would not have had the strength to do his job, and Joshua would never have been able to lead Israel to victory in the battle. To me, Aaron and Hur are the heroes of this conflict. Had they not been there, the battle would have been lost and Israel would have been defeated! The job they performed was absolutely invaluable!

May I say that things haven't changed? In the church, there are still found the Moses', the Aaron's and the Joshua's. There are still those people who get the credit, those who get seen, those who do the headline grabbing work of the ministry, but behind everyone of those people, there is an army of Hur's. There is a vast number of people who are praying, fasting, and carrying the load so that the first line people are able to do their work. People who pray and seek the Lord's face and lift up the hands of those who are weary in the Lord's work are absolutely indispensable.

Every now and then I'll teach a message that helps someone. After the service, people will come up and tell me they enjoyed it, that it helped them, that they were blessed. People will try to give me the credit. However, I know that anything good that comes out of this mouth and mind, comes from the Lord. I also know that every time I stand to teach, I do so after some saint of God has spent hours before the Lord on my behalf. Nothing means as much to me as the knowledge that some of God's most precious people are holding my hands up in prayer. I want you to know today that I appreciate you. I love you and I beg you not to quit! Please stand in the gap for those who are out in front! The world may never know your name, but if the battle is ever to be won it will be won by the saints of God who are winning the victory in the closet of prayer as they lift up the hands of God's servants.

Even Jesus had some who held up His hands as He ministered, (Mark 15:40-41). If the aid of others helped the Lord, then how could anyone think that they could get by without it? This church would be nothing if it weren't for those people who spent time lifting it up in prayer. This teacher would be nobody if it weren't for the Hur's among us. God bless everyone who stands in the gap for God's servants! No price could ever be placed on what people like Hur are worth to the church!

“Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus” By George Duffield (1858)

Stand up, stand up for Jesus! ye soldiers of the cross;
Lift high His royal banner, it must not suffer loss:
From vict’ry unto vict’ry, His army shall He lead,
Till every foe is vanquished, and Christ is Lord indeed.

Stand up, stand up for Jesus! The trumpet call obey:
Forth to the mighty conflict, in this His glorious day;
Ye that are men now serve Him against unnumbered foes;
Let courage rise with danger, and strength to strength oppose.

Stand up, stand up for Jesus! Stand in His strength alone,
The arm of flesh will fail you, ye dare not trust your own;
Put on the gospel armor, and watching unto prayer,
Where calls the voice of duty, be never wanting there.

Stand up, stand up for Jesus! the strife will not be long;
This day the noise of battle, the next the victor’s song;
To him that overcometh a crown of life shall be;
He with the King of glory shall reign eternally.


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NADINEL 7/10/2012 8:44PM

    We have many "Hurs" at my church. People who do not want fanfare, but serve God with their whole heart, nonetheless. They don't want praise, they want to serve Him only. Thank you God for people who serve like Hur.
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CAVEPRINCESS65 7/10/2012 5:39PM

    Thank you Vic! emoticon emoticon lesson

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DIDMIS 7/10/2012 4:19PM

    This is one of my favorite teachings Vic Have taught on it many times.
Thanks for putting it on here.

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KALLIE1958AR 7/10/2012 3:51PM

    as Always another good sermon ... You are so right ... we all need some to help us thru and you are awesome ... Thank you for being my friend ... emoticon

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THEADMIRAL 7/10/2012 3:34PM

    Thank you! Wonderful blog, Vic!

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GAYLE119 7/10/2012 1:12PM

    Amen Vic! I try hard to be a vessel for God...to be there when He needs someone to intercept on someone's behalf.... I feel that is my calling...to be a Hur..to be in the background to help those He has out front..to pray for people and to intercept for them to the LORD
God bless Vic... emoticon emoticon

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 7/10/2012 11:41AM

    Thank you Vic for another wonderful lesson...I want to be a Hur!

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LOSTLIME 7/10/2012 8:31AM

    Thank you for today's lesson. I want to be a Hur also. I haven't been there in the past with the Lord. But now I can't wait for him to be in my life always. Like I said before,
if it wasn't for you I wouldn't be involved with the Lord or my church today. Thank you,Vic!

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MOM-MOM8 7/10/2012 8:14AM

    emoticon Vic, for shedding a light on the Hur's of our faith. They are so important to God's work. God Bless you through each day and as you prepare these lessons for us. emoticon

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ANHELIC 7/10/2012 8:07AM

    Thank you for your lesson Vic. Every day, I learn something new from your lessons. I want to be a Hur. I have always preferred to be in the background in anything I have done and let someone else take the credit. This is an awesome lesson that brings back things of my past. Thank you so much Vic and may God richly bless for your inspirations to many.
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Thank you for the goodies you send and for being my friend.

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THIS IS MY PRAYER! Mon, 7/9/2012

Monday, July 09, 2012

Most Holy Father, the world is full of people who shouts curses against others, and others responds with blessings against them. Please Father, do not curse our blessings when we chose to be disobedient. Help us to recognize that which is good and that which is bad. You, O God are Good, Loving and Merciful: always ready to forgive We do not deserve Your grace but we seek it. In our weakness we seek Your strength and power. In our failures we seek Your forgiveness and mercy. God our Creator, empower us to honor You in word, thought, and action, so we may be a blessing to others. This we pray in the Blessed name of Jesus, Amen!

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    We are ALL nothing without Jesus Christ. We are ALL sinners and we ALL need HIS forgiveness and salvation. Thank you Vic for this beautiful prayer!

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GAYLE119 7/9/2012 4:37PM

    Thank you Jesus! AMEN!

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 7/9/2012 10:05AM

    Amen & Amen!

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TXGRANDMA 7/9/2012 9:49AM

    Thanks so much, Vic! It IS a hard spot.............! emoticon

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LOOKINGUP2012 7/9/2012 9:07AM

    Thanks Vic, This is the hard place. In our minds. To bless those who wound us in their own pain. May God help us make beauty out of ashes.

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MAESTRAPLANK1 7/9/2012 8:52AM

    I am going to inquire about playing the piano in a nursing home as a volunteer opportunity. I hope that I can be of service, but my daughter who is a nurse at this facility informs me that all residents are alike. I pray that God places in the right location for His will to be done and that He will guide me to help those residents who shout curses at me and others. What a great way to start the day, Victorio. Thank you so much. May you have a very blessed day! emoticon

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ANHELIC 7/9/2012 7:54AM

    Thank you Vic for your great prayer. I am about to go out to deliver orders and I feel this prayer is so powerful and a constant reminder about the odd customer that may not be as pleasant today.
Thank you again and may God richly bless you for your prayers and blogs. You aare an awesome teacher Vic. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LOSTLIME 7/9/2012 7:13AM

    Something to really think on. My bible study group have the task to not say or think ill
of someone that we come in contact with for the next week. Not an easy feat.

Thank you for the prayer.

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EDITOR 7/9/2012 6:58AM

    Pretty heavy duty!

Thanks for your goodies and honesty, Vic, for God is holy!

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Monday, July 09, 2012


Exodus 16:11-15
MANNA: WHAT IS IT? Lesson 12c


Where the Manna came and to who it appeared also says something about this miracle bread.

16:1, 14 It Came To A Forsaken Place – The children of Israel were wandering around in a harsh, barren wilderness when the Manna began to appear. When Jesus came, He came for people who were trapped in the wilderness of their sins, (Eph. 2:1-3). He came to deliver people who had no hope of delivering themselves. He came to set the captives of sin free, (Luke 4:18). Thank God, Jesus came to where we were. Had He just come for the good people, Heaven would have been a lonely place. No, He came for the lost, the sinful and damned. He came for us, (Mark 2:17).

16:2-3 It Came To A Foolish People – God sent the Manna to a people who longed for what they had left behind in Egypt. They were tired of God’s plan and God’s way. They did not deserve His blessings. Still, He sent those foolish people the food they needed.
So it is with Jesus Christ. He came to a people that wanted nothing to do with Him, (John 1:11). He came to a people that hated Him, mocked Him and ultimately crucified Him. Yet, He came to them anyway. He came in love, grace and forgiveness. He came to offer them eternal life, if they would only believe in Him and obey Him. He makes the same offer to every one today.

Folks, I was not looking for Him when He came to me. I was lost and on my way to Hell. I knew there was a God and that I was going to meet Him some day. I knew I would probably face Him in judgment. But, I did not care about Him. I did not give Him much thought at all. Yet, it appears that He gave me plenty of thought. He broke into my darkness and called me to new life in Jesus Christ, as He reached down His hand for me!

Conc: What about you? Have you ever tasted that Heavenly Bread? Have you been saved by the grace of God? If you have, then you know what “IT” is all about! If not, you can be, if the Lord is calling you. Verse 4 tells us that the Manna was sent to test the people. It was sent to test their obedience. The same is true with Jesus, (John 8:24). There is so much more that could be said about the Manna. Verse 7 tells us that the Manna was sent to reveal God’s glory. Friends, God receives more glory from saving an old sinner than from anything else in this world. If you need Him why not give Him glory and come to Him today?

Can you imagine eating the same food for forty straight years? I am sure many got bored with the same old Manna year after year. That is why some tried to change is, (Num 11). Well, some have gotten that way about Jesus too. The sameness of going to church and serving the Lord has led to boredom in your life, and you are not as close to Him today as you once were or as you need to be. You need to slip into His altar today and say, “Thank you Lord for giving me the Bread of Life. Thank you for the Heavenly Manna. Thank you for saving my soul.” Think about what a mess you would be in if He had not saved you!

“Nearer, Still Nearer” By Lelia N. Morris (1898)

Nearer, still nearer, close to Thy heart,
Draw me, my Savior so precious Thou art!
Fold me, oh, fold me close to Thy breast.
Shelter me safe in that "Haven of Rest;"
Shelter me safe in that "Haven of Rest."

Nearer, still nearer, nothing I bring,
Naught as an offr'ing to Jesus, my King;
Only my sinful, now contrite heart.
Grant me the cleansing Thy blood doth impart.
Grant me the cleansing Thy blood doth impart.

Nearer, still nearer, Lord, to be Thine!
Sin, with its follies, I gladly resign,
All of its pleasures, pomp and its pride,
Give me but Jesus, my Lord, crucified.
Give me but Jesus, my Lord, crucified.

Nearer, still nearer, while life shall last.
Till safe in glory my anchor is cast;
Through endless ages ever to be
Nearer, my Savior, still nearer to Thee;
Nearer, my Savior, still nearer to Thee!


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GAYLE119 7/9/2012 4:36PM

    AMEN AMEN AMEN!!!! emoticon emoticon

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 7/9/2012 10:04AM

    I am so very thankful that he saved me...Where would I be without Him?

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LOOKINGUP2012 7/9/2012 9:15AM

    I am thanking him today for saving me and for saving those whose health is so deteriorated they can not think to thank him themselves. Thank you for your mercy, Lord, so many more need to know.

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ANHELIC 7/9/2012 8:00AM

    Thank you Vic. I don't know where I would be if I didn't ask Jesus to come into my heart and life. I feel I would be lost and heading straight to hell, following Satan's rules. Praise God for saving me and helping me on a daily basis to deal with events that come before me. I know my Jesus is with me through the valleys and mountain tops.
God bless you Vic for your teaching.
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LOSTLIME 7/9/2012 7:08AM

    Thanks,Vic, for the lesson. I like the hymn.

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THIS IS MY PRAYER! Sun, 7/8/2012

Sunday, July 08, 2012

Heavenly Father, God of Comfort, comfort is a gift we receive from You because You are The True God of Comfort. In Your comfort we find security from tensed situations of life. We find comfort in You and in Your Word and in Your Spirit when we are frightened , hurt or sad. We thank You for people You place in our life whose presence is comforting and supportive. We thank You for Jesus and the comfort He provides us daily through His Love, Mercy and Grace. We find comfort coming to Your Throne of Grace because we know You hear our prayers and You answer them. Thank You Father! Thank You Jesus! Thank You Holy Spirit! These things we pray in Jesus’ name. Amen!

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ANHELIC 7/8/2012 10:29PM

    Thank you Vic for your awesome prayer. Sometimes we forget to thank Jesus for our comfort and only when He helps us through tough times. I know God has been here for many of us and today, I felt totally comforted with my family and never thought to thank Him for the beautiful day I had.
Thank you for sharing your prayers Vic.
God bless you and thank you for your friendship.
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CAVEPRINCESS65 7/8/2012 8:08PM

    Amen! Thank you Vic!
His comfort is our peaceful place!

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LOSTLIME 7/8/2012 7:45PM

    Thank you. God does give us everything we need in life. We just need to follow in God's footsteps.

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    It's important for us to remember that God is the orchestrator of our lives and that nothing happens without His knowledge. He will keep us through every situation if we remain faithful to Him! Thank you Vic. I hope you had a blessed Lord's Day!

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CARL-ASCHLUGE 7/8/2012 10:00AM

    Comfort and rest are two blessings we often overlook. Thanks for another good prayer.

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LOOKINGUP2012 7/8/2012 9:54AM

    Amen! I'm holding on to his comfort right now.

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MIMIDOT 7/8/2012 7:40AM

    Amen! Great prayer. Thanks for sharing.

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EDITOR 7/8/2012 7:25AM

    So many reasons to thank Him because we can approach the Throne Room. Pretty awesome, Vic, and thanks for your prayers, notes and goodies because like Him you do follow up and leave no man behind.

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 7/8/2012 7:17AM

    Amen & Amen

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Sunday, July 08, 2012


Exodus 16:11-15
MANNA: WHAT IS IT? Lesson 12b


The details the Bible uses to describe the Manna that fell in the wilderness reveal a beautiful picture of the Lord Jesus.

6:14, 31 Its Appearance – The way the Manna looked paints a picture of Jesus.

6:14 It Was Small – This speaks of His humility. He is the Creator of the universe, (John 1:3; Col. 1:16-17). He is God Almighty,( John 1:1). Yet, He came into this world and robed Himself in human flesh, (John 1:14). He humbled Himself and became a servant so that He might die for His people on the cross, (Phil. 2:5-8). What love! What grace! What supreme condescension!

6:14 It Was Round – Like a circle that has no beginning and no ending; Jesus Christ is eternally God. He did not have His beginning at Bethlehem; but was able to proclaim, “Before Abraham was, I am,” (John 8:58). And, just as He had no beginning, He shall have no ending, (Heb. 7:25). Our Savior is eternal.

6:31 It Was White – White like the purest of snow. The whiteness of the Manna speaks of the purity of Jesus. He was born into this world without the taint of human sin, (1 Pet. 2:22; 1 John 3:5; Heb. 7:26). In fact, He was not even able to sin! He lived without sin, so that He might die for sin on the cross, (Heb. 9:26). Only a sinless man could do that!

6:16, 31, 35 Its Appeal –God designed the Manna in such a way that it was a blessing to everyone who ate it.

v. 31 It Was Sweet – The taste of the Manna was like tasting “wafers made with honey”. No doubt it was pleasant surprise to everyone who placed in on their tongue. This is a great picture of the Lord Jesus Christ. To the sinner, Jesus appears to be harsh, a cosmic killjoy, who delights in keeping people from having fun. But, when you come to know Him, you find that He is the delight of the soul! You find that He makes life worth living. The songwriter said: Every day with Jesus is sweeter than the day before. The Psalmist said it this way, “O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him,” (Psalm 34:8). That has been my experience and I am guessing it has been your too, if you are saved.

6:16, 35 It Was Sufficient – For 40 years the Manna was sufficient for the young ones and the old one and for everyone in between. The Manna was right for everybody! The growing boy grew into manhood from the nourishment of the Manna. The young girl grew into a woman by eating the Manna. It sustained the rich and the poor. It fed the leader and the follower. It was good enough to sustain the lives of the entire congregation of Israel for 40 years.

Again, this is a picture of Jesus! He is an all-sufficient Savior. Regardless of where you are in life, or where you have been, Jesus is all you need! He can save the young ones; He can save the old ones and He can save all the ones in between. He can save rich folks, poor folks and folks who are getting by. He can save religious folks and wicked folks. In fact, He can and will save anyone who will come to Him and ask, (Rom. 10:13; Rev. 22:17). The invitation Jesus offers is good for “whosoever will”, (Matt. 11:28). The Manna did not fail until they arrived in the Promised Land; the salvation Jesus gives will never fail, (John 10:28; John 6:37-40)! It will safely shepherd the people of God home to glory!

Two thoughts are worthy of note right here. First, according to 16:16-18, no matter how much Manna a person gathered, they always had the right amount. When you come to Jesus, you will find that He is sufficient to save your soul!

Second, According to Num. 11:8, after two years, some people got tired of the Manna. They tried every trick at their disposal to change its flavor. But, instead of improving the taste, their attempts to make the Manna better ruined the taste. When man adds his alterations to the Gospel message to make it more appealing, he robs it of its saving power! The Gospel is sufficient just like it is, (Rom. 1:16)!

Its Appropriation – The way the children of Israel appropriated the Manna also paints a picture of how people must come to Jesus.

6:14-15 It Was Appropriated By Stooping – The Manna appeared on the ground. In order to gather it, the people had to bend their knees and get down there where it was.
Friends, the only way to come to Jesus for salvation is with a humble heart, (Matt. 18:2-4). No one comes to Jesus filled with pride and thinking they are adequate within themselves. The only ones who can come to Him are those who see themselves as sinners in need of a Savior. Those who come to Jesus do so by bowing in humble repentance, (Acts 17:30)!

6:16-18 It Was Appropriated By Swallowing – The Manna was gathered by the men of the tent. When the Manna was brought into the tent, it was divided out according to the number of people in the tent. The Manna was there, but it could help no one until it was eaten. The only way to benefit from the Manna was to get it inside you!

Again, this speaks to us of Jesus! You can come to church, carry the right Bible, hear sermons, song songs, pray prayers and do all the religious stuff you want to. But, you will never be saved until you come to Jesus for yourself. No one can do it for you. Thank God for saved moms and dads, but children cannot ride into Heaven on their coattails. Grandparents that love Jesus are a blessing, but you have to be saved for yourself. Here again the words of the Bible, (Acts 16:31; John 3:3, 7; Rom. 10:9; Rom. 10:13).

“Whosoever Will”, By Phillip P. Bliss

“Whosoever heareth,” shout, shout the sound!
Spread the blessed tidings all the world around;
Spread the joyful news wherever man is found:
“Whosoever will may come.”
“Whosoever will, whosoever will,”
Send the proclamation over vale and hill;
’Tis a loving Father calls the wand’rer home:
“Whosoever will may come.”

Whosoever cometh need not delay,
Now the door is open, enter while you may;
Jesus is the true, the only Living Way:
“Whosoever will may come.”

“Whosoever will,” the promise secure,
“Whosoever will,” forever must endure;
“Whosoever will,” ’tis life forevermore:
“Whosoever will may come.”


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ANHELIC 7/8/2012 10:40PM

    I love this lesson Vic. Jesus is all we need. No one else can be there for us like our wonderful Savior. Each day, I feel closer and closer to Jesus. You are certainly helping me to discover the wonderful lessons I can learn. Thank you so much Vic. May God richly bless you for what you are doing in spreading His word.
I love Jesus more and more each day.
God Bless,
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CAVEPRINCESS65 7/8/2012 8:14PM

    emoticon lesson
How sweet that is to have his blessings and favors
Choose to be grateful. It's the key to staying happy and at peace. In his Love!

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NADINEL 7/8/2012 7:56PM

    Yes, every day with Jesus IS sweeter than the day before. Thanks, Vic. Enjoy your week!

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LOSTLIME 7/8/2012 7:42PM

    Yes, Jesus is all anyone needs. Thank you for this lesson.

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GAYLE119 7/8/2012 2:30PM

    AMEN!!!! Praise the lord! Jesus is all we need! emoticon emoticon

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LOOKINGUP2012 7/8/2012 8:10AM

    This is a wonderful picture! I really need someone to help me slow down and think about the wonderful depths in the Bible. Here is one story, one item in the story and you have mined out wonderful gold. Thank you so much for sharing and letting us go along on your journey to discover Bible riches! May God give you strength to keep on keeping on.

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UNSTOPPABLE_ 7/8/2012 7:16AM

    Oh I love this lesson Vic....Jesus is ALL that I need.

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