April 4, 2016

Rescue the perishing; care for the dying

The woman, who loves God, will extend her hand to others.

She may tend to be overwhelmed with the needs of this world, and it is then that she gets quiet.

In meeting needs, the body grows tired.

It is then that God leads his child beside still waters.

He restores the soul of the one who completely loves him.

And know this:

God does not tempt a soul to sin, nor does he allow overpowering temptation to occur (I Cor. 10:13).

While tired, his child continues to love, and to mount up on wings, like eagles, and soar.

In soaring, his child will give a cup of cold water to a thirsty soul, and serve with kindness.

The woman of God helps one, forgives all, and encourages her world as she walks the narrow road.

She helps to rescue first one, and then the next.

A husband, a neighbor, an orphan, a widow, a soul in need.

She is gentle, and she is kind, and she will ask for wisdom.

The woman, who fears God, gives, and gives again, and never runs dry of love.

Love is poured into her soul upon redemption; it flows like a river (Romans 5:5).

The good Shepherd leaves the 99 to search for the one.

Find just one today, and extend a kindness, and do not grow weary in your well-doing.

You will reap if you faint not (Galatians 6:9).

The redeemed are sustained by God's righteous right hand (Isaiah 41:10).

Continue in love (Hebrews 13:1).

Whatever your call, as God leads you, go out into your world.

Redeemed woman of God, help rescue the perishing, and care for the dying.

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