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July 12, 2017, 1:41 PM

Side by Side -- July 2017

I want to thank Gary Woodman for the following list of “emergency numbers” every Christian should carry with them wherever they go. If you’d like a copy that’s “portable”, please look on the back table of the church.    Keep a copy in your Bible and use in case of emergency!

Emergency Call List

When in sorrow – call John 14

When people fail you – call Psalm 27

When you have sinned – call Psalm 51

When you worry – call Matthew 6:19-34

When you are in danger – call Psalm 91

When God seems far way – call Psalm 139

When your faith needs stirring – call Hebrews 11

When you are lonely and fearful – call Psalm 23

When you grow bitter and critical – call 1 Corinthians 13

When you feel down and out – call Romans 8:31

When you want peace and rest – call Matthew 11:25-30

When the world seems bigger than God – call Matthew 11:25-30

When you want faith assurance – call Romans 8:1-30

When you travel – call Psalm 121

When your prayers get narrow or selfish – call Psalm 121

When you want courage for a task – call Joshua 1

When you think of money – call Mark 10

If you are depressed – call Psalm 27

If your pocketbook is empty – call Psalm 37

If you lose confidence in people – call 1 Corinthians 13

If people seem unkind – call John 15

If discouraged about your work – call Psalm 126

If self-pride/greatness takes hold – call Psalm 19

If you want to be fruitful – call John 15

For understanding Christianity – call 2 Corinthians 5:15-19

For a great invention/opportunity – call Isaiah 55

For getting along with others – call Romans 12

For Paul’s secret to happiness – call Colossians 3:12-17

For dealing with fear – call Psalm 34:7

For security – call Psalm 121:3

For assurance – call Mark 8:35

For reassurance – call Psalm 145:18

    ~~John

 

John’s nephew, Ben Heidengren, has written a moving and inspiring book of poems and their explanations on the subject of suffering.  It’s called, “The Forlorn Hope”.  He was in a car accident in 2011 and suffered a concussion/head injury which left him battling short term amnesia.  He could remember everything before the accident, and then only remember for about 6-8 hours before it all faded away.  Each day he writes in his notebook what happened that day so he can read it the next day.  Thankfully since then God has brought much healing and he can remember 24 hours at a time and some special events like his wedding to Sasha in April.  He came to Trinity School for Ministry for a book signing in March and his poems and explanations have blessed so many.  I pray that these two poems will give you hope and encouragement in the midst of your, or your loved one’s suffering.  If you’d like a copy of his book, go on Amazon or see me.                                     

~ Blanche


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