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Tue May 16, 2017 08:43

“He who is faithful in a very little thing is faithful also in much; and he who is unrighteous in a very little thing is unrighteous in much. Therefore if you have not been faithful in the use of unrighteous wealth, who will entrust the true riches to you?” Luke 16:10-11 NASB

A little bit goes a long way, it doesn’t matter if it’s good or bad, it goes a long way. A little bit of green paint on a white wall takes from the pureness of the overall brightness of the white. At the same time to someone who has sunk into total depression, a small word of encouragement or possibly a little bit of light humor which can bring about a little chuckle, can brighten the scene from dark to light. Today may I try and remember that a little smile, a little nod, a little kind word, may plant a seed of goodness and when watered by God it could be the bright part of the day. During these times of so much negativity may I remember to try and sow seed of love and kindness......and God will continue to do for me what I could not do for myself....Wolf

    • Planting good seed ...Baruch, Tue May 16 20:16
      is always good, at least statistically. An individual seed might not make it, but a lot of seed will. So don't just be good, be good frequently. Shalom
      • Watering good seed ...Baruch, Tue May 23 06:25
        Progress in beginning Hebrew class. We got thru the Hebrew alphabet last night. We are taking a leisurely pace. I use Hebrish (English using Hebrew letters) as a teaching tool. In another month, they ... more
        • Your students?wolf, Tue May 23 08:27
          Are your students Jewish or other? I think it funny that the TV sitcom Steinfeld made the word Yada popular when the actual meaning, I think? Means to know (in a sexual way) this correct? Yada... more
          • Jewish students ...Baruch, Wed May 24 05:49
            depends on your definition, as we are a Messianic congregation. My personal theology is incarnationalist ... which is disallowed by the rabbis and imams. In their theology, G-d is "wholly other" as... more
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