Relieve the troubles of my heart; bring me out of my distress

Wig’s Word of God Today 12-23-2010

Relieve the troubles of my heart; bring me out of my distress. Psalm 25:17

 Malachi 3:1-4, 23-24, Psalm 25:4-5ab, 8-9, 10 and 14 & Luke 1:57-66
 
What type of troubles are aching your heart? These types of troubles penetrate the Armor of God and into the depths of your soul. Where disappointment and fear meet the desires of your heart while you call out to God in your distress. Belief or unbelief you can control embarrassed feelings comes only from the source of the experience. Zechariah had these troubles penetrate his soul by his disbelief Elizabeth would bear a son but at the appropriate time, Zechariah’s belief brought him out of his distress as John the Baptist was born. The Angel Gabriel told Zechariah, “Do not be afraid” when he learned the news from God he would have a son to convert many souls to God in Israel. We too must learn to remain unafraid in our practice, prayer and preaching seeking forgiveness when troubled and giving forgiveness when crossed. Loving your love of Christ allows for mistakes to be forgiven and forgiveness shared to all.
 
And so we pray: Dear God, I am sorry for having offended thee and I detest all my sins. I am sorry to react with disappointment when I should be thankful for each and every blessing You bestow on me. Guide my troubled heart Lord and lead me out of my distress. Bless my family with Your love and safe keeping. In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.
 
God Bless,
Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins
Romans 8:28
 
John Baptized Galore
 
In 433 BC
Malachi was to see
A Savior’s birth to be
Forgiveness for all Humanity
 
Mothers bound in care
Soothing distress in the air
Sons guiding hearts to share
Soul’s eternal love we dare
 
Redemption has been granted
You Who humbles His Justice
A friend to contrite indeed
Cross of Salvation to bleed
 
Old or not
Elizabeth bore
Zechariah spoke
John Baptized Galore
 
© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins December 23, 2010 @ 6:11 AM EST

About Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins

My name is Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins. I first recognize Christ as my Savior in all things. I am married to my best friend and Soul-Mate in Christ, Antonia Cruz-Wiggins. I am a University of Florida graduate of Public Relations, a US Navy Veteran and a Montessori Elementary School Teacher. I love life and God's help of living it! I follow the Light of Christ in everything I do! I love writing poetry about the Lord and I create a new poem from each Scripture I discern in my daily mediations. You can almost follow the poem by looking at the readings for each day. I started sharing this small yet personal scripture study four years ago when one day I was reading the bible and the Holy Spirit moved me to share the verse with a group of about 40 Christian Men in my Emmaus Ministry who get together weekly to celebrate the Lord and talk about His Truth. Since then the number of people I share my study with has grown to over 650. I enjoy an open loving dialog about anything I write and I have strived to write what I know the Lord wants me to share steering clear of offending anyone’s spiritual beliefs because I share my work with people I meet in public when I strike up a conversation about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It took almost 2 years to begin writing what the Holy Spirit leads me to say. I believe that all Christians must unite as One Body of Christ’s Love to accomplish the joy of living with love, honor and respect. I reach out to Humanity to share His Salvation be it Baptist, Catholic, Protestant, Episcopal or any other religion or belief. I seek to mirror His Compassion, His Simpleness, His Charity and His Love. While I am Catholic, I believe we must all unite in the Lord to become One Body in Christ to bring our children back to The Church. I am humbled to share my study with you. Please feel free to comment any time. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is my Joy because I am a Disciple of His Truth. I am honored to share my Bible study with anyone you may recommend. As always, I remain, Yours in Christ, Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins
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