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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Thu, 7/12/2012

Thursday, July 12, 2012

HUR, FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH , Thu, 7/12/2012

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

V. 12 PEOPLE LIKE HUR ARE OFTEN INVISIBLE

This man Hur is not mentioned before this incident and there are only a couple of others afterward. This is a man who lived in the shadows while others around him received the glory. He was invisible to the crowd who could only see Moses, Aaron and Joshua. After the battle, can you imagine Joshua as he led the victorious Israelite army back into camp? I am sure there were congratulations all around, slaps on the back and shouts of "Way to go!"; "Good work, Joshua!" I can see the people as they received Moses back into the camp with shouts and expressions of gratitude. I can hear Aaron as he led the congregation in a prayer of thanksgiving to the Lord for giving them the victory.

Then I can see a fellow named Hur as he walks wearily towards his tent to rest. No one pats him on the back, no one tells him that he did a good job. In fact, only a couple of people know what he did that day. To the people, he is invisible, but in his heart, he is overjoyed because he knows that what man does not see, God does! While no one in camp is telling Hur that he did a great job that day, the Father in Heaven makes note of Hur's sacrifice and whispers, "Well done thou good and faithful servant!"

There are many in our churches today who are just like Hur. They are invisible to the crowds. The preachers, the teachers and the singers all get their pats on the back and hear the people say, "Well done!" People like Hur remain invisible. There are some disadvantages to being like Hur:

It is often a thankless task - People like Hur work and they labor, yet no one ever says, "Thank you!" It can be hard to keep serving the Lord when it seems that nobody appreciates what you are doing for Him. However, it is times like that which reveal our true motives. If we stop serving God because no one brags on us, then we were just in it for recognition. Jesus had something to say about that to the crowd, (Matt. 6:2, 5, 16).

People like Hur work and others get the recognition - The sermon may be great and the preacher may have done a good job delivering it, but behind him were many who sacrificed their time to pray for the message. The preacher gets the credit, and the real workers go unnoticed. Again, this may be hard for some to deal with, but may I remind you that while men may not see all that you are doing down here for the glory of God, the Lord in Heaven is keeping a perfect record and He will one day reward you for your labor, (Matt. 10:41-42; Matt. 25:31-45). Make the contrast between those who do things to be seen and those who do them for the glory of the Lord,( Matt. 6:4, 6, 18).

A pastor, writing in Decision magazine, told of an experience he had in Jamaica. He was there with others to help erect a small cement-block church building. One day a sudden storm interrupted the work, and he and a Jamaican man named Daniel sought shelter together. As they watched the rain, the pastor asked, "Are you an officer in the church?" "No," Daniel replied. "I'm the man behind the church." He meant he was not one to be up front in the church--pastor, teacher, board member--but one who stayed in the background, doing all sorts of things to keep the church functioning.

I am convinced that those who lived like Hur while here below will receive the greatest acclaim in Heaven. I also believe that those who were in the forefront all the time will have the greater judgment, (James 3:1). Therefore, if the Lord has called you to perform a quiet, godly ministry, rejoice in the call He has extended and let Him use your life as He sees fit! After all, it is His Kingdom and He knows where we are needed far better than we ever could!

I praise the Lord for everyone who is faithful behind the scenes! Often, it is the thought of the second line that keeps the first line crowd going! In my own life and ministry, my wife has always maintained a low profile, but she has been such an encouragement to me. You see, I talk to her about everything, and I share my burdens, my discouragements and my hurts with her. She listens and always encourages me to look to the Lord and not to the circumstances. She stays in the second line, but she keeps me on the front for Jesus!

When William Booth, the founder of The Salvation Army, felt the call of the Lord to go into the streets of London and begin ministering to street people, he stood in a conference meeting and requested permission from the presiding bishop to be released from his church to go into the streets and preach. The bishop heard the request and denied it telling Booth that they would not waste a man of his education and talent on the people of the streets. Upon hearing this, Booth sat down, resigned to defeat. His wife was seated in the balcony, because women were not allowed on the first floor. She stood up and leaned over the rail. She called to her husband and told him to listen to God and not to man. She vowed to stand with her husband against every foe. She came down from the balcony, Booth took her by the arm and they left the building to go into the streets to win people to Jesus. He was ready to quit, but his wife, a lady who usually stayed in the background, stepped out of the shadow of her husband to hold up his arms at a critical time in his life!

TODAY’S HYMN!
“Send The Light” By Charles H. Gabriel (1890)

There’s a call comes ringing o’er the restless wave,
“Send the light! Send the light!”
There are souls to rescue, there are souls to save,
Send the light! Send the light!
Refrain:
Send the light, the blessed Gospel light;
Let it shine from shore to shore!
Send the light, the blessed Gospel light;
Let it shine forevermore!

We have heard the Macedonian call today,
“Send the light! Send the light!”
And a golden off’ring at the cross we lay,
Send the light! Send the light!
Refrain:

Let us pray that grace may everywhere abound,
“Send the light! Send the light!”
And a Christlike spirit everywhere be found,
Send the light! Send the light!
Refrain:

Let us not grow weary in the work of love,
“Send the light! Send the light!”
Let us gather jewels for a crown above,
Send the light! Send the light!
Refrain:



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CAVEPRINCESS65 7/12/2012 10:05PM

    I am ok with being behind the scenes knowing that I still served God and helping someone else looks good for God. I know my gifts that He gave me. It is a blessing knowing that God put me there. Even when others doesnt acknowledge, knowing that God acknowledged me where I am is a joy in itself. emoticon emoticon

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GAYLE119 7/12/2012 3:49PM

    A lot of time people like me don't want to be in the front and rather be in the background. Also when you know what your gifts are, it is a blessing knowing you are doing God's will!
God bless Vic....have a great day!



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UNSTOPPABLE_ 7/12/2012 3:45PM

    I think that God placed me in the background to work for Him & I'm okay with that. All I want to do is obey the Good Lord wherever He puts me. I am happy to be a Hur.

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ANHELIC 7/12/2012 11:40AM

    Thank you Vic for your teaching this morning. I have always been a behind the scene person working with my ex-husband's photography, and I was pleased when people praised him and the work he had done and how quickly the photographs were put together. Before Ron a chance to say Joan did all this work, I intervened and said he and I worked together to complete the order quickly. He didn't understand why I just didn't say I did it.
I know I was put there to help him look good and I felt good being able to help him out. Now we are good friends and he commented how he really appreciated all the help he received.
God bless you Vic and thank you for shining a light on this subject. If I can always be a Hur, I will be happy.
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BEAGLEMAMA2 7/12/2012 8:22AM

    Vic, thank you for sharing this...I think the Lord wanted me to read this today. I see your posts everyday but for some reason the Lord laid it upon my heart to read it. Thank you.
Mary

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LOSTLIME 7/12/2012 8:06AM

    There are many people behind the scenes who don't get aknowledged. If asked,they would say that they are in the position the Lord wants them in.

God bless you, Vic!

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THIS IS MY PRAYER, Wed, 7/11/2012

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

O Holy Father, our God, the most important departure in our life that we can ever make is to exit from sin and death through our baptism into Christ Jesus. Our most important entrance in this life to make is that of rising from the waters of baptism to walk in newness of life in Christ. That transition from death to life is possible because the God of Exodus, the God of Jordan, made it possible and is with us in that crossing. Consecrate us O Lord, to live for Jesus who has and will do amazing things for us. Deliver us from all evil and danger, and bring us into Your kingdom, the church, to Your glory and praise. Grant us safe passage from this life to the next. We give You all praise and our deepest thanks in the strong name of Jesus, Your Son, through whom we pray. Amen!
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UNSTOPPABLE_ 7/11/2012 9:43PM

    A beautiful prayer

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ANHELIC 7/11/2012 6:36PM

    Thank you Vic for your prayer. In Jesus name, I am so blessed being born again and walking with my Savior. Sending you God's richest blessings,
Joan

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CAVEPRINCESS65 7/11/2012 5:28PM

    Amen! Lovely emoticon

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LINDAMARIEZ1 7/11/2012 4:14PM

    Amen! Thank you vic for this and all your other lovely prayers! God loves you so! You are a mesenger of his word! That is a beautiful thing!

luv,
linda

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GAYLE119 7/11/2012 3:32PM

    In Jesus name....AMEN!

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LOSTLIME 7/11/2012 12:55PM

    Thank you for the prayer.

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LOOKINGUP2012 7/11/2012 11:16AM

    Amen!

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CARL-ASCHLUGE 7/11/2012 9:11AM

    Thank you for the prayer!

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MNABOY 7/11/2012 8:35AM

    Amen

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SIBLEYHONEYBEE 7/11/2012 8:21AM

    Amen!

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    Amen! emoticonfor praying emoticon

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EDITOR 7/11/2012 7:46AM

    Excellent! Our departure from this world does not top our departure from sin. Consecrate, us Lord, indeed!

Thank you, Vic.

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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPPS OF FAITH, Wed, 7/11/2012

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

HUR, FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH , Wed, 7/11/2012

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

V. 10, 12 PEOPLE LIKE HUR ARE ALWAYS INVOLVED

Hur wasn't a great leader like Moses. He wasn't a great General like Joshua. He wasn't a great High Priest like Aaron. He wasn't a warrior like those in the army. He was just Hur. The Bible does tell us later that Hur was a man of influence among the people, (Ex. 24:14). Rumor even has it that he was Miriam's husband. However, on this day, there was one thing Hur could do and he did it willingly, actively and faithfully. He could hold up hands and he did the best job he could!

What a lesson for the church today! Not everyone can preach great messages. Not everyone can sing solos. Not everyone can be effective as a witness. Not everyone can do the visible jobs. However, we need to remember that the Lord has placed us in His body in the place that pleased Him, (1 Cor. 12:4-27). Therefore, whether we are a highly visible part of the body, or an obscure, unnoticed part, we are all essential to the proper functioning of the body of Christ!

The whole idea here is that while we can't do everything, we can do what we can do! Remember the words of Jesus to Mary in Mark 14:8. It isn't important if you can do what others can do, it is important that you do what you can do. Be what the Lord has saved you to be and He will bless your life!

The main thing to remember before we press on in this message is that there is a great work to do and there is room for all who want to be involved in the Lord's work. Always remember that, like the song says, "Little is much when God is in it!" David had the right attitude about serving the Lord when He said, "For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness.", (Psalm 84:10).

Thank the Lord for those who are willing to stay out of the spotlight while they serve the Lord. No task is unimportant, especially if it is being done for the glory of the Lord!

Thank God for those people who know they can't do everything, but are determined to do something! Thank God for those who know that God saved them to be more than window dressing. There is always a place in the Lord's work for people who want to be involved, (1 Cor. 15:58; Eph. 2:10).

TODAY’S HYMN!
“I Want To Be A Worker: By L. Baltzell

I want to be a worker for the Lord
I want to love and trust His holy word
I want to sing and pray, and be busy ev'ry day
In the vineyard of the Lord

I will work, I will pray
In the vineyard, in the vineyard of the Lord
I will work, I will pray
I will labor ev'ry day
In the vineyard of the Lord

I want to be a worker ev'ry day
I want to lead the erring in the way
That leads to heav'n above, where all is peace and love
In the kingdom of the Lord

I want to be a worker strong and brave
I want to trust in Jesus' pow'r to save
All who will truly come shall find a happy home
In the kingdom of the Lord

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ANHELIC 7/11/2012 6:39PM

    Thank you Vic for your awesome lesson. I realized that I have always been like Hur. I have always worked in the background and let others shine. Thank you again for the past couple days of reminders.
God Bless,
Joan

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CAVEPRINCESS65 7/11/2012 5:28PM

    emoticon Vic! emoticon lesson
We need to get in agreement with God - Be all that God created us to be
We are not perfect and we cannot do everything but we can do all things through the Lord! emoticon

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GAYLE119 7/11/2012 3:34PM

    Vic...that was emoticon emoticon!
God bless! emoticon

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LOSTLIME 7/11/2012 12:54PM

    Great! emoticon

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LOOKINGUP2012 7/11/2012 11:14AM

    emoticon May we all become what he has called us to be!

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THIS IS MY PRAYER, Tue, 7/10/2012

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Merciful and Loving Father, preserve our life; save all of Your servants who trust in You; be merciful to us, O Lord; to You we lift up our soul, for You are good and ready to forgive. Among the world’s gods there is none like You; for You are GREAT and do wondrous things. Teach us Your ways, O Lord; deliver our souls from the depths of death and the grave; save us from our adversaries. You, O Lord, are a God full of compassion, and are gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in mercy and truth. Strengthen us by Your power and might; show us Your sign of Love for good, that those who hate us may see it and be ashamed. Help us, O Lord, and comfort us in Jesus. This we pray in His Glorious name. Amen!
Vic.

  
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NADINEL 7/10/2012 8:37PM

    Amen!

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    Amen!

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    Amen emoticon Amen

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GAYLE119 7/10/2012 1:14PM

    AMEN and AMEN!!!

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    Amen

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SIBLEYHONEYBEE 7/10/2012 9:36AM

    Praise to the King of Kings and Lord of Lords! Thank you Vic for sharing this prayer today.

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LOSTLIME 7/10/2012 8:36AM

    Another terrific prayer. I am finding out that he does indeed listen to our prayers. He is very forgiving and loving. He is welcoming me back into the fold. God Bless you,Vic!

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ANHELIC 7/10/2012 7:59AM

    Thank you Vic for your awesome prayer. I know God forgives us and loves us with unconditional love. When we fall, he picks us up, when we fail, he shows us the way. There is no one else I can trust like Jesus our Lord.
Sending you God's richest blessings, Vic.
God bless you.
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FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH, Tue, 7/10/2012

Tuesday, July 10, 2012


HUR, FOLLOWING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF FAITH , Tue, 7/10/2012

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“.

V. 12 PEOPLE LIKE HUR ARE ABSOLUTELY INVALUABLE

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!

TODAY’S HYMN!
“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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