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    Friday, 27 March 2015

    Let the children first be filled;(KJV, Mark 7v.24) Let the children be satisfied first, for it is not good to take the children's bread and throw it to the dogs. (NAS) Mark 7v.24

                Are you a child of God? Healing is the children's bread. Jesus wants you to eat it all up. He wants you satisfied. He would above all that you would be well...

                I remember eating lunch in Rome at the tiny apartment of lady from my church. So sweet, prayerful and chic she was the cleaning/coffee lady for the fashion house Fendi and gave me the awesome presents from there. Luisa me heartily eating the bread on her table (I was starving) along with her delicious pasta, A signorina should never love bread and never eat it with pasta. Not eat bread? Why starve yourself I thought? This is part of the meal. Healing is on the table He has set before you.

                The simplicity of healing slips through our fingers sometimes. I held the wafer in my hand this morning taking communion and as I broke it, these words came for you today: Healing is the children's bread.   I recalled being 4 years-old and our neighbor Mrs. Arcenaux, finding me walking a block from home. "Where are you going, Lee?"  I showed her the nickel in my hand and I said, "I am going to buy some Rainbo bread."   Healing is the children's bread. Am I throwing it to the dogs by automatically thinking of running to the doctor or running to the pharmacy before praying in faith? Am we running away from His Healing Presence with all our running around for dear life?

    FATHER:  You are the Bread of Life! Fill me and heal me now!

    Blessings on your weekend of new health and strength in Jesus Christ Our Lord

    Love you guys,

     Lee Andrews

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    Thursday, 26 March 2015

    And these words... thou shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house...Deut.6v.6-7; Then they that fear the Lord spake often one to another: and the Lord hearkened and heard it, and a book of remembrance was written before him for them that feared the Lord and that thought upon his name. Malachi 3v.16

             Is your "to-do" list bigger than your "want-to"?  Talking would seem like a waste of time with the mountain of tasks before you. But our verses today point to the supernatural importance of talking about the Word of God. We help each other by talking the Word to each other. You don't have to quote scripture or preach, just say what God says in a simple, true way to bless your hearer. When we power-turn idle chit-chat to God's stream, our normal, fleeting flurry of words turns golden. Apples of gold in settings of silver (Prov. 25v.11).  Malachi tells us that there is a Third Person present when we choose to talk about what the Word says : The Lord Himself listens, harkens and memorializes our conversations to keep forever.

    FATHER: You like to listen to us talk about YOU today!

    Love you guys,

     Lee Andrews

    Blessings on your God talk!

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    Friday, 20 March 2015

    Blessed are those servants, whom the lord when he cometh shall find watching...Who then is the faithful and wise steward, whom his lord shall make ruler over his household...Luke 12v.42

            The watchful will rule. Remember that Gideon chose the men who cupped water and brought it up to their mouths in the Book of Judges. Those men were in a position to see the enemy approaching - unlike the men who leaned down and lapped water from the river. Are you watching?

             As women rulers of our households and our careers, we need to be more like Mary than Martha. Our busy Martha side tends to be less watchful. Less time to pray, less time to listen to the Spirit's leadership, less time to consider the big picture of what God is doing because of what we are sooo busy doing!

            The "faithful and wise servant" in verse 42 of Luke is watchful, but still getting the job done and getting it done on time. Still "giving others portions ( the size right for them) of God's meat (The Gospel) in due season ( at the right time)."  Get your "Mary" on as you rule! Could this be the last time you go to the grocery store? Should you say something to the sweet gay checker? Enlarge your scope. Accomplishing what is at hand to be done, but moving in destiny's flow as you go.

    FATHER: Make me a ruler after Your own heart!

    Love you guys,

     Lee Andrews

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