posted by Harvey Pinkney on Jan 26

5 Comments to “A Servant’s Cry”

  1. Janet Schroeter Says:

    Good Monring to Gods Holy Children. Which we are all Gods children and made int he image of God. How to be a child on God is by Asking Jesus Christ to live in your hearts. And how do we ask Jesus Christ to reign in our hearts is through prayer. Speaking and asking with our mouth. God sent His Son Jesus Christ to intercede for us by taking our spot on the cross. Then came the Holy Spirit to intercede for Jesus Christ. When we go into prayer we have intercession on our behalf. God calls us to intercede for our brothers and sisters. To have one hand reaching up to Jesus and then other hand laying on the person we are interceding for. That is what StreetPrayers is about. Taking on the role of intercession. Rom. 8:34 Who is there to condemn (us)? Will Christ Jesus (The Messiah), Who died or rather Who was raised from the dead, WHo is at the Right hand of God actually pleading as He intercedes for us? Wow, this is good to know. We have someone on our side. Rom 8:35 Who shall ever seperate us from Christ's love? Shall suffering and affliction and tribulation? Or calamity and distress? Or persecution or hunger feeling connected or desitution or peril or sword? Rom 8:37 Yet amid all these things we are more than conquerors and gain a surpassing victory through Him who loved us. We have victory through Jesus Christ who intercedes on our behalf for all of our addictions and sin if we just believe in faith with expectancy. But with that said we also need to die daily to the cross our old habits and anythings that creeps up from the old life. To beable to walk free in this new life God has given you. God says we are new creatures in life the old and pass and the new is come. God Bless all of you who read this. May God Bless you !!!!

  2. Harvey Pinkney Says:

    Childlikeness is the hallmark of the Christian walk because a child feels totally comfortable relying totally on his parents. The small child does not stay up nights worrying about whether his parents will make the mortgage payment, The child isn't even capable of worrying about these things. Adults on the other hand, are deceived into thinking that they somehow can control the circumstances of their lives. They depend on themselves and as they do their dependence and trust in God diminishes.

  3. Janet Schroeter Says:

    A servents cry. Psalm 30. I will extol You, O Lord, for You have lifted me up, And have not let my foes rejoice over me. O Lord my God, I cried out to You, And You healed me. O Lord, You brought my soul up from the grave; You have kept me alive, that I should not go down to the pit. verses 1-3. The shortest verse in the bible is Jesus Wept. Jesus Wept for our sins. He wept for us. And he hears our cries. I have written a poem called Fallen Tears. FALLEN TEARS By Janet Schroeter Tears are falling from my face waiting for you Jesus to take them all. But instead they continue to fall, and as they fall and make a puddle, I know Jesus you are sitting and catching them all, As you are catching them in your hands you say continue To let them fall. As you catch the very last drop you stand up and say my Child I know what is inside those tears and I’m catching And cleansing them all. Psalm 30:5 Weeping may endure for a night. But joy comes in the morning

  4. Harvey Pinkney Says:

    It frees us from the bondage of performance when we can totally believe in the love of God for us. Men make us continually feel that we are only accepted by our performance and status but God is not that way. When men applaud other men sometimes there is a feeling of "being left out" by those of us who are not being applauded. I have often thought this is only the flesh and its tendancy to be jealous, but it is more than that. It is the subjection to the celabration that one is more lovable than myself that brings about an uneasiness with all of us. How true is it that all glory should go to God in that no men bring anything to the table that makes ourselves worthy before HIM.

  5. Janet Schroeter Says:

    I love the song about a prayer that goes like this. God hears a drunkard cry better than a hallelujah. God hears a mother cry better than a hallelujah. God hears a man who wants to get off drugs better than a hallelujah. I love this. God is waiting for you to cry to him to let everything go. To let every bad thought you thought, every bad thing you might of said, every bad thing you might of done to hurt or others. And to let everything go of everything bad thing that people said about you, and every bad thing someone did against you that hurt you, To forgive those who prosecute you. To love those you hate you. Why there is a place in Heaven for all you. God hears a broken cry, a cry that says I am healed, I am delivered, I am free, I am an overcomer, I can do all these in Christ who strengthens me. I can stand in Christ with the pride of Christ saying Here I am I give you all that I have and all that I am. Amen.

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