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Uma Letra Demasiado Atrasada Do Amor!



Dear John,

I have been unable 

to sleep since I broke 
off our engagement. 

Won't you forgive 

and forget?

Your absence is 
breaking my heart. 
I was a fool, nobody 
can take your place. 
I love you.

All my love,
Belinda

P.S. Congratulations 

on winning this week's 
lottery.



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2 comments:

Dr. Mike Milton said...

No person in history has honored women more than our Lord Jesus Christ. Wherever His Word is taught and becomes a part of the culture, there is a simultaneous raising of the honor shown to women. I am afraid that as our nation moves away from God's standards, we will see a reversal of this. May God save us from that ever happening! For now we thank God for the opportunity to honor our women. May God be pleased to bless the honoring of His Word, and thus the honoring of our women and our little girls.

Dr. Mike Milton

Ron Hutchcraft - AWWY said...

The Power of Powerlessness - #5479
Thursday, January 10, 2008

I was talking with two men after a recent meeting where I spoke, and the subject was manhood and what it really means. In the course of our solving many of the world's problems, I learned that one of the men had a black belt or its equivalent in three different forms of martial arts. I hired him as my bodyguard. Well, almost. This man has the ability to take control of most any hostile situation - except for one. He told me there is only one position in which a person is totally powerless, no matter how strong or how skilled they are: lying face down on the ground. You're absolutely powerless there.

I'm Ron Hutchcraft and I want to have A Word With You today about "The Power of Powerlessness."

When Mr. Black Belt told me about the total vulnerability of being face down on the ground, General Joshua flashed into my mind. That's Joshua as in the Book of Joshua in the Bible. In fact, there's a wonderful blueprint for winning life's unwinnable battles in the account of Joshua's most powerless moment. It's recorded in Joshua 5, beginning with verse 13, and it's our word for today from the Word of God.

Joshua is leading the Jews into the Promised Land that God has said He would give to them. But immediately, they come upon this massive, seemingly impregnable city; the walls are looming toward the sky. It's the world's oldest city, Jericho. There's no way Joshua's going to breach those walls with anything he knows how to do. You may be facing one of those "Jerichos" in your life right now, where the size of the challenge is far greater than any resources you have.

So, this one's for you. Joshua 5 says, "When Joshua was near Jericho, he looked up and he saw a man standing in front of him with a drawn sword. Joshua went up to him and asked, 'Are you for us or for our enemies?' 'Neither,' he replied, 'but as commander of the army of the Lord I have now come.' Then Joshua fell face down to the ground in reverence, and asked him, 'What message does my Lord have for His servant?'"

Here's Joshua, a man who has never lost a battle, going face down on the ground in the most powerless position a man can be in. Joshua had never surrendered to anyone. But standing before the Commander of the Army of the Lord, he falls down in total surrender. Most Bible scholars believe this "Commander" is the Son of God making one of His pre-Bethlehem appearances in the Old Testament.

Face down before Jesus. Could that be where He wants you right now? Maybe that's the only way you're ever going to conquer your Jericho; the only way you're ever going to have peace. When Joshua surrendered, God gave him the miracle plan that pulverized the walls of Jericho. The issue never was the conquest of Jericho; it was the conquest of Joshua. The issue in your life really isn't the conquest of your impossible challenge; it's the conquest of you. It sometimes takes a Jericho to level some of us Joshuas.

It could be that you've given Jesus everything: your talent, your time, your money, your service; everything but one thing, that is, control. It's still my way, my will, my agenda, my plans, my timing. There's someone or something that you're still holding tightly in your hands, afraid or unwilling to surrender control. And, consequently, your Jerichos will remain standing.

The most powerful position in the world is powerlessness. The secret of peace and the release of God's power into your situation is total surrender. At that point, He will commit all His forces to the battles in front of you. To finally surrender is to finally win.


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