My experience

Unspeakable Joy!

Parts of this can be rated "MA". It is my life and I tell it like it is.

What is it and why is it unspeakable?

If you have never felt this “unspeakable joy,” you are in for a treat.

 In my life, it appeared out of nowhere when I was writing my book about my life and how God touched me.

Let me start with what I had said in my blog, “Anxiety Fear & the Corona Virus.”

My Pastor said that you shouldn’t be afraid, or anxious as to what will happen to you. However, you ought to be vigilant as to putting yourself and other’s in harm’s way.

Now I am speaking about the complete opposite of “Unspeakable Joy,” but first you need to experience and you will, the anxiety Satan brings into your life.

Now if you truly believe God is in your life and your midst, you are a candidate for Unspeakable Joy.”

Now pay attention, this Joy comes with being a true practicing Christian. It is the only time you will feel this Joy and it is because the Holy Spirit is letting you know He is inside you. That is what happened and still happens, The Holy Spirit moves you to tears, of joy that is. The reason it is unspeakable is because you cannot explain it with mere words.

The first time the Holy Spirit came into my life I could not stop crying, I was sobbing in the vestibule of a Church. That is when I was saved. First time in a Church in my life.

It went like this: I was keeping a journal and no thoughts whatsoever about God, Jesus, or the Bible.

 

You see, when I was about 12 yrs. old or thereabouts, I was molested in the path through the woods of a park in Phillie and a group of boys ganged up on me and decided they wanted to see me naked, so after they pulled my clothes off one by one they kicked me in my private parts and laughed at me because I was so “ugly.”

Now, I had made a pact with God, (really you are not supposed to.)

“And what agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what part does a believer have with an unbeliever?  (2Co 6:15 MKJV)

 

“And what agreement does a temple of God have with idols? For you are the temple of the living God, as God has said, “I will dwell in them and walk among them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  (2Co 6:16 MKJV)

 

That agreement between us was; I wouldn’t kill myself, if He would help me become “cute” when I grew up. So, content with that I moved on. The molestation was a wake-up call regarding traipsing through the woods alone. However, it didn’t shake me up as bad as I thought it would.

Consequently, time went on and I had in my thoughts to look for Jesus, a little daunting for a Jewess. Nevertheless, I went to my Dad and asked who Jesus was, and he replied, “A Rabbi.” And then he said, “don’t ask your grandmother.” I was curious as to what my grandmother would say, so I approached her with the same question. And, she said without malice or content, “He was a great Teacher.” No help from my Jewish family.

But I talked to God, Nevertheless, I was praying without knowing what I was doing. So, my search for Jesus continued.

I did get sidetracked, (see my blog, “The Jewish Years.”) it wasn’t until I was eighteen years out of the cult, of “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” when I walked into this Church for the first time or any Church for that matter.

At the time, like I said, I wasn’t paying attention to anything religious, and a thought ran across my head that maybe I should make good on that promise I had made to my Mom and Frank, to go to Church with them, which took four years after the promise and out of the blue. I was scared to put it mildly and wondered who was in my head with such thoughts. I had no intention of going through another religious nightmare. Subsequently, I tried, but to no avail to put that thought out of my head. Not another religious trap for me.

However, my body was not under my control and I picked up the phone, and started dialing my step-father, Frank, to ask if I could go to Church with them that Sunday coming up, and this took place Wednesday. That meant I had to get out of this asap, but what came out of my mouth wasn’t what I was going to say, instead it was exactly what I did not want.

I was frantic, would anyone believe this? Was I going nuts? I was seriously afraid to go because the JW’s put it in my head that the Church had Satan in her midst. You see I was a Witness for 15 yrs. And that was the only thing that stuck with me, so I was horrified. It was worse than a scary movie to me.

So, without my approval I made that phone call and the whole time I was screaming in my head, “no, no!” What’s happening to me? What was I thinking and then Frank answered the phone?

And my voice asked to go to Church with them this weekend, and Frank made no sound, and I thought I could jump in with, “never mind, maybe some other time.” But the words never left my lips. Now this was getting down-right crazy and as I said I was petrified.

Then I had to stand by my word. However, to this day I remember that feeling of not being able to move, except to call Frank and I know for a fact that my body was taken over.

Then, I thought this must be important, it’s only 2 hours, and then I will be free again and followed through with the promise I made to them, to boot!

I live in Lakeland Florida, and we traveled to St. Petersburg to go to this Church. All the there I was so nervous I started asking questions to keep my mind off where we were going and why.

Now, remember I was told to look for Jesus? I was about 10 yrs. Old at the time. This trip to Church took place when I was 54 yrs. Old in 2008.

 

I will make this succinct because it happened so fast that I was in a whirl.  Guess what the sermon was on? Jehovah! Who He is, etc.? I was definitely convicted, so my Mom handed me a pack of tissues and I went into the vestibule to sob my heart out! How can I be so stupid, God brought me here to show me where Jesus was, finally I found Jesus! Then my tears turned to “Unspeakable Joy. “I feel that God loved me so much He not only had me blossom, but I finally found Him!

Afterwards I went up to the Pastor and declared my love for Jesus for bringing me here, and that I would be back, because I felt like a different person, and I wanted more of that joy. Then he prayed with me the prayer to ask Jesus to come into my heart, put oil across my head, and declared that I was saved!

I have written two books and over 40 blogs @

 http://infoblog.live

 

 Unspeakable Joy Comes When:

Nothing counts apart from God. Prayer implies that all our gifts and efforts cover only a small part of our efficiency. There are infinite resources in God, which He is waiting to employ in human affairs, and of which we fail to make use. The Christian worker, therefore, must not only labor and strive, but must hope in the living God, whose saving grace is at the disposal of our faith. The faith exercised by the average man results in obtaining only natural things; the supernatural is secured by the faith of those who have made profounder discoveries of God, and can therefore make demands on His resources, which are hidden from the princes of this world.

In order to succeed, we must give ourselves wholly to our work for God. In answer to prayer great gifts had been communicated to Timothy, but he had to give heed to them, use them, and stir up the slumbering embers of the fire, kindled at his ordination. It is worthy of notice that the Apostle’s injunctions do not include a single allusion to priestly or sacramental service, but urge to boldness of character, 1Ti_4:12; diligent study, 1Ti_4:13; rigorous orthodoxy, 1Ti_4:16; and the daily self-watch of the soul, 1Ti_4:16. Take to heart the blessed assurance of the closing sentence of the chapter.

Copyright © 2017 Rick Meyers

 

“Let no one despise your youth, but be an example of the believers, in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.  (1Ti 4:12 MKJV)

 

“Hold on to yourself and to the doctrine; continue in them, for doing this you shall both save yourself and those who hear you.  (1Ti 4:16 MKJV)

 

“Until I come, attend to reading, to exhortation, to teaching.  (1Ti 4:13 MKJV)

 

“whom having not seen, you love; in whom not yet seeing, but believing in Him you exult with unspeakable joy, and having been glorified, (1Pe 1:8 MKJV)

 

 

 

“Now to Him being able to keep you without stumbling, and to set you before His glory without blemish, with unspeakable joy; (Jud 1:24 MKJV)

 

The closer you get to God by knowledge, the more the Holy Spirit will bless you and as you research, as I did, you will experience this “joy.”

Check out my blogs-you will see scriptures that you didn’t know existed, and they back up things that you are confused about. Like:

The Thief on the cross, whom Jesus said “Today, you will be with me in Paradise.” If we didn’t know “What happens when you die’, also another very important blog. It answers another & many questions,” where was Jesus those three days in the grave? And why was He in Hades? So many questions answered in this one.

Check my website out or go straight to that blog @

https://infoblog.live/2017/08/22/where-we-go-after-we-die-

 

 

 

” And what agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what part does a believer have with an unbeliever?  (2Co 6:15 MKJV)

 

“And what agreement does a temple of God have with idols? For you are the temple of the living God, as God has said, “I will dwell in them and walk among them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  (2Co 6:16 MKJV)

 

That agreement between us was; I wouldn’t kill myself, if He would help me become “cute” when I grew up. So, content with that I moved on. The molestation was a wake-up call regarding traipsing through the woods alone. However, it didn’t shake me up as bad as I thought it would.

Consequently, time went on and I had in my thoughts to look for Jesus, a little daunting for a Jewess. Nevertheless, I went to my Dad and asked who Jesus was, and he replied, “A Rabbi.” And then he said, “don’t ask your grandmother.” I was curious as to what my grandmother would say, so I approached her with the same question. And, she said without malice or content, “He was a great Teacher.” No help from my Jewish family.

But I talked to God, Nevertheless, I was praying without knowing what I was doing. So, my search for Jesus continued.

I did get sidetracked, (see my blog, “The Jewish Years.”) it wasn’t until I was eighteen years out of the cult, of “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” when I walked into this Church for the first time or any Church for that matter.

At the time, like I said, I wasn’t paying attention to anything religious, and a thought ran across my head that maybe I should make good on that promise I had made to my Mom and Frank, to go to Church with them, which took four years after the promise and out of the blue. I was scared to put it mildly and wondered who was in my head with such thoughts. I had no intention of going through another religious nightmare. Subsequently, I tried, but to no avail to put that thought out of my head. Not another religious trap for me.

However, my body was not under my control and I picked up the phone, and started dialing my step-father, Frank, to ask if I could go to Church with them that Sunday coming up, and this took place Wednesday. That meant I had to get out of this asap, but what came out of my mouth wasn’t what I was going to say, instead it was exactly what I did not want.

I was frantic, would anyone believe this? Was I going nuts? I was seriously afraid to go because the JW’s put it in my head that the Church had Satan in her midst. You see I was a Witness for 15 yrs. And that was the only thing that stuck with me, so I was horrified. It was worse than a scary movie to me.

So, without my approval I made that phone call and the whole time I was screaming in my head, “no, no!” What’s happening to me? What was I thinking and then Frank answered the phone?

And my voice asked to go to Church with them this weekend, and Frank made no sound, and I thought I could jump in with, “never mind, maybe some other time.” But the words never left my lips. Now this was getting down-right crazy and as I said I was petrified.

Then I had to stand by my word. However, to this day I remember that feeling of not being able to move, except to call Frank and I know for a fact that my body was taken over.

Then, I thought this must be important, it’s only 2 hours, and then I will be free again and followed through with the promise I made to them, to boot!

I live in Lakeland Florida, and we traveled to St. Petersburg to go to this Church. All the there I was so nervous I started asking questions to keep my mind off where we were going and why.

Now, remember I was told to look for Jesus? I was about 10 yrs. Old at the time. This trip to Church took place when I was 54 yrs. Old in 2008.

 

I will make this succinct because it happened so fast that I was in a whirl.  Guess what the sermon was on? Jehovah! Who He is, etc.? I was definitely convicted, so my Mom handed me a pack of tissues and I went into the vestibule to sob my heart out! How can I be so stupid, God brought me here to show me where Jesus was, finally I found Jesus! Then my tears turned to “Unspeakable Joy. “I feel that God loved me so much He not only had me blossom, but I finally found Him!

Afterwards I went up to the Pastor and declared my love for Jesus for bringing me here, and that I would be back, because I felt like a different person, and I wanted more of that joy. Then he prayed with me the prayer to ask Jesus to come into my heart, put oil across my head, and declared that I was saved!

I have written two books and over 40 blogs @

 http://infoblog.live

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And what agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what part does a believer have with an unbeliever?  (2Co 6:15 MKJV)

 

And what agreement does a temple of God have with idols? For you are the temple of the living God, as God has said, “I will dwell in them and walk among them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  (2Co 6:16 MKJV)

 

That agreement between us was; I wouldn’t kill myself, if He would help me become “cute” when I grew up. So, content with that I moved on. The molestation was a wake-up call regarding traipsing through the woods alone. However, it didn’t shake me up as bad as I thought it would.

Consequently, time went on and I had in my thoughts to look for Jesus, a little daunting for a Jewess. Nevertheless, I went to my Dad and asked who Jesus was, and he replied, “A Rabbi.” And then he said, “don’t ask your grandmother.” I was curious as to what my grandmother would say, so I approached her with the same question. And, she said without malice or content, “He was a great Teacher.” No help from my Jewish family.

But I talked to God, Nevertheless, I was praying without knowing what I was doing. So, my search for Jesus continued.

I did get sidetracked, (see my blog, “The Jewish Years.”) it wasn’t until I was eighteen years out of the cult, of “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” when I walked into this Church for the first time or any Church for that matter.

At the time, like I said, I wasn’t paying attention to anything religious, and a thought ran across my head that maybe I should make good on that promise I had made to my Mom and Frank, to go to Church with them, which took four years after the promise and out of the blue. I was scared to put it mildly and wondered who was in my head with such thoughts. I had no intention of going through another religious nightmare. Subsequently, I tried, but to no avail to put that thought out of my head. Not another religious trap for me.

However, my body was not under my control and I picked up the phone, and started dialing my step-father, Frank, to ask if I could go to Church with them that Sunday coming up, and this took place Wednesday. That meant I had to get out of this asap, but what came out of my mouth wasn’t what I was going to say, instead it was exactly what I did not want.

I was frantic, would anyone believe this? Was I going nuts? I was seriously afraid to go because the JW’s put it in my head that the Church had Satan in her midst. You see I was a Witness for 15 yrs. And that was the only thing that stuck with me, so I was horrified. It was worse than a scary movie to me.

So, without my approval I made that phone call and the whole time I was screaming in my head, “no, no!” What’s happening to me? What was I thinking and then Frank answered the phone?

And my voice asked to go to Church with them this weekend, and Frank made no sound, and I thought I could jump in with, “never mind, maybe some other time.” But the words never left my lips. Now this was getting down-right crazy and as I said I was petrified.

Then I had to stand by my word. However, to this day I remember that feeling of not being able to move, except to call Frank and I know for a fact that my body was taken over.

Then, I thought this must be important, it’s only 2 hours, and then I will be free again and followed through with the promise I made to them, to boot!

I live in Lakeland Florida, and we traveled to St. Petersburg to go to this Church. All the there I was so nervous I started asking questions to keep my mind off where we were going and why.

Now, remember I was told to look for Jesus? I was about 10 yrs. Old at the time. This trip to Church took place when I was 54 yrs. Old in 2008.

 

I will make this succinct because it happened so fast that I was in a whirl.  Guess what the sermon was on? Jehovah! Who He is, etc.? I was definitely convicted, so my Mom handed me a pack of tissues and I went into the vestibule to sob my heart out! How can I be so stupid, God brought me here to show me where Jesus was, finally I found Jesus! Then my tears turned to “Unspeakable Joy. “I feel that God loved me so much He not only had me blossom, but I finally found Him!

Afterwards I went up to the Pastor and declared my love for Jesus for bringing me here, and that I would be back, because I felt like a different person, and I wanted more of that joy. Then he prayed with me the prayer to ask Jesus to come into my heart, put oil across my head, and declared that I was saved!

I have written two books and over 40 blogs @

 http://infoblog.live

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unspeakable Joy Comes When:

Nothing counts apart from God. Prayer implies that all our gifts and efforts cover only a small part of our efficiency. There are infinite resources in God, which He is waiting to employ in human affairs, and of which we fail to make use. The Christian worker, therefore, must not only labor and strive, but must hope in the living God, whose saving grace is at the disposal of our faith. The faith exercised by the average man results in obtaining only natural things; the supernatural is secured by the faith of those who have made profounder discoveries of God, and can therefore make demands on His resources, which are hidden from the princes of this world.

In order to succeed, we must give ourselves wholly to our work for God. In answer to prayer great gifts had been communicated to Timothy, but he had to give heed to them, use them, and stir up the slumbering embers of the fire, kindled at his ordination. It is worthy of notice that the Apostle’s injunctions do not include a single allusion to priestly or sacramental service, but urge to boldness of character, 1Ti_4:12; diligent study, 1Ti_4:13; rigorous orthodoxy, 1Ti_4:16; and the daily self-watch of the soul, 1Ti_4:16. Take to heart the blessed assurance of the closing sentence of the chapter.

“Let no one despise your youth, but be an example of the believers, in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.  (1Ti 4:12 MKJV)

 

“Hold on to yourself and to the doctrine; continue in them, for doing this you shall both save yourself and those who hear you.  (1Ti 4:16 MKJV)

 

“Until I come, attend to reading, to exhortation, to teaching.  (1Ti 4:13 MKJV)

 

“whom having not seen, you love; in whom not yet seeing, but believing in Him you exult with unspeakable joy, and having been glorified, (1Pe 1:8 MKJV)

 

 

 

“Now to Him being able to keep you without stumbling, and to set you before His glory without blemish, with unspeakable joy; (Jud 1:24 MKJV)

 

The closer you get to God by knowledge, the more the Holy Spirit will bless you and as you research, as I did, you will experience this “joy.”

Check out my blogs-you will see scriptures that you didn’t know existed, and they back up things that you are confused about. Like:

The Thief on the cross, whom Jesus said “Today, you will be with me in Paradise.” If we didn’t know “What happens when you die’, also another very important blog. It answers another & many questions,” where was Jesus those three days in the grave? And why was He in Hades? So many questions answered in this one.

Check my website out or go straight to that blog @

https://infoblog.live/2017/08/22/where-we-go-after-we-die-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And what agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what part does a believer have with an unbeliever?  (2Co 6:15 MKJV)

 

And what agreement does a temple of God have with idols? For you are the temple of the living God, as God has said, “I will dwell in them and walk among them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  (2Co 6:16 MKJV)

 

That agreement between us was; I wouldn’t kill myself, if He would help me become “cute” when I grew up. So, content with that I moved on. The molestation was a wake-up call regarding traipsing through the woods alone. However, it didn’t shake me up as bad as I thought it would.

Consequently, time went on and I had in my thoughts to look for Jesus, a little daunting for a Jewess. Nevertheless, I went to my Dad and asked who Jesus was, and he replied, “A Rabbi.” And then he said, “don’t ask your grandmother.” I was curious as to what my grandmother would say, so I approached her with the same question. And, she said without malice or content, “He was a great Teacher.” No help from my Jewish family.

But I talked to God, Nevertheless, I was praying without knowing what I was doing. So, my search for Jesus continued.

I did get sidetracked, (see my blog, “The Jewish Years.”) it wasn’t until I was eighteen years out of the cult, of “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” when I walked into this Church for the first time or any Church for that matter.

At the time, like I said, I wasn’t paying attention to anything religious, and a thought ran across my head that maybe I should make good on that promise I had made to my Mom and Frank, to go to Church with them, which took four years after the promise and out of the blue. I was scared to put it mildly and wondered who was in my head with such thoughts. I had no intention of going through another religious nightmare. Subsequently, I tried, but to no avail to put that thought out of my head. Not another religious trap for me.

However, my body was not under my control and I picked up the phone, and started dialing my step-father, Frank, to ask if I could go to Church with them that Sunday coming up, and this took place Wednesday. That meant I had to get out of this asap, but what came out of my mouth wasn’t what I was going to say, instead it was exactly what I did not want.

I was frantic, would anyone believe this? Was I going nuts? I was seriously afraid to go because the JW’s put it in my head that the Church had Satan in her midst. You see I was a Witness for 15 yrs. And that was the only thing that stuck with me, so I was horrified. It was worse than a scary movie to me.

So, without my approval I made that phone call and the whole time I was screaming in my head, “no, no!” What’s happening to me? What was I thinking and then Frank answered the phone?

And my voice asked to go to Church with them this weekend, and Frank made no sound, and I thought I could jump in with, “never mind, maybe some other time.” But the words never left my lips. Now this was getting down-right crazy and as I said I was petrified.

Then I had to stand by my word. However, to this day I remember that feeling of not being able to move, except to call Frank and I know for a fact that my body was taken over.

Then, I thought this must be important, it’s only 2 hours, and then I will be free again and followed through with the promise I made to them, to boot!

I live in Lakeland Florida, and we traveled to St. Petersburg to go to this Church. All the there I was so nervous I started asking questions to keep my mind off where we were going and why.

Now, remember I was told to look for Jesus? I was about 10 yrs. Old at the time. This trip to Church took place when I was 54 yrs. Old in 2008.

 

I will make this succinct because it happened so fast that I was in a whirl.  Guess what the sermon was on? Jehovah! Who He is, etc.? I was definitely convicted, so my Mom handed me a pack of tissues and I went into the vestibule to sob my heart out! How can I be so stupid, God brought me here to show me where Jesus was, finally I found Jesus! Then my tears turned to “Unspeakable Joy. “I feel that God loved me so much He not only had me blossom, but I finally found Him!

Afterwards I went up to the Pastor and declared my love for Jesus for bringing me here, and that I would be back, because I felt like a different person, and I wanted more of that joy. Then he prayed with me the prayer to ask Jesus to come into my heart, put oil across my head, and declared that I was saved!

I have written two books and over 40 blogs @

 http://infoblog.live

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unspeakable Joy Comes When:

Nothing counts apart from God. Prayer implies that all our gifts and efforts cover only a small part of our efficiency. There are infinite resources in God, which He is waiting to employ in human affairs, and of which we fail to make use. The Christian worker, therefore, must not only labor and strive, but must hope in the living God, whose saving grace is at the disposal of our faith. The faith exercised by the average man results in obtaining only natural things; the supernatural is secured by the faith of those who have made profounder discoveries of God, and can therefore make demands on His resources, which are hidden from the princes of this world.

In order to succeed, we must give ourselves wholly to our work for God. In answer to prayer great gifts had been communicated to Timothy, but he had to give heed to them, use them, and stir up the slumbering embers of the fire, kindled at his ordination. It is worthy of notice that the Apostle’s injunctions do not include a single allusion to priestly or sacramental service, but urge to boldness of character, 1Ti_4:12; diligent study, 1Ti_4:13; rigorous orthodoxy, 1Ti_4:16; and the daily self-watch of the soul, 1Ti_4:16. Take to heart the blessed assurance of the closing sentence of the chapter.

“Let no one despise your youth, but be an example of the believers, in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.  (1Ti 4:12 MKJV)

 

“Hold on to yourself and to the doctrine; continue in them, for doing this you shall both save yourself and those who hear you.  (1Ti 4:16 MKJV)

 

“Until I come, attend to reading, to exhortation, to teaching.  (1Ti 4:13 MKJV)

 

“whom having not seen, you love; in whom not yet seeing, but believing in Him you exult with unspeakable joy, and having been glorified, (1Pe 1:8 MKJV)

 

 

 

“Now to Him being able to keep you without stumbling, and to set you before His glory without blemish, with unspeakable joy; (Jud 1:24 MKJV)

 

The closer you get to God by knowledge, the more the Holy Spirit will bless you and as you research, as I did, you will experience this “joy.”

Check out my blogs-you will see scriptures that you didn’t know existed, and they back up things that you are confused about. Like:

The Thief on the cross, whom Jesus said “Today, you will be with me in Paradise.” If we didn’t know “What happens when you die’, also another very important blog. It answers another & many questions,” where was Jesus those three days in the grave? And why was He in Hades? So many questions answered in this one.

Check my website out or go straight to that blog @

https://infoblog.live/2017/08/22/where-we-go-after-we-die-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And what agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what part does a believer have with an unbeliever?  (2Co 6:15 MKJV)

 

And what agreement does a temple of God have with idols? For you are the temple of the living God, as God has said, “I will dwell in them and walk among them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  (2Co 6:16 MKJV)

 

That agreement between us was; I wouldn’t kill myself, if He would help me become “cute” when I grew up. So, content with that I moved on. The molestation was a wake-up call regarding traipsing through the woods alone. However, it didn’t shake me up as bad as I thought it would.

Consequently, time went on and I had in my thoughts to look for Jesus, a little daunting for a Jewess. Nevertheless, I went to my Dad and asked who Jesus was, and he replied, “A Rabbi.” And then he said, “don’t ask your grandmother.” I was curious as to what my grandmother would say, so I approached her with the same question. And, she said without malice or content, “He was a great Teacher.” No help from my Jewish family.

But I talked to God, Nevertheless, I was praying without knowing what I was doing. So, my search for Jesus continued.

I did get sidetracked, (see my blog, “The Jewish Years.”) it wasn’t until I was eighteen years out of the cult, of “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” when I walked into this Church for the first time or any Church for that matter.

At the time, like I said, I wasn’t paying attention to anything religious, and a thought ran across my head that maybe I should make good on that promise I had made to my Mom and Frank, to go to Church with them, which took four years after the promise and out of the blue. I was scared to put it mildly and wondered who was in my head with such thoughts. I had no intention of going through another religious nightmare. Subsequently, I tried, but to no avail to put that thought out of my head. Not another religious trap for me.

However, my body was not under my control and I picked up the phone, and started dialing my step-father, Frank, to ask if I could go to Church with them that Sunday coming up, and this took place Wednesday. That meant I had to get out of this asap, but what came out of my mouth wasn’t what I was going to say, instead it was exactly what I did not want.

I was frantic, would anyone believe this? Was I going nuts? I was seriously afraid to go because the JW’s put it in my head that the Church had Satan in her midst. You see I was a Witness for 15 yrs. And that was the only thing that stuck with me, so I was horrified. It was worse than a scary movie to me.

So, without my approval I made that phone call and the whole time I was screaming in my head, “no, no!” What’s happening to me? What was I thinking and then Frank answered the phone?

And my voice asked to go to Church with them this weekend, and Frank made no sound, and I thought I could jump in with, “never mind, maybe some other time.” But the words never left my lips. Now this was getting down-right crazy and as I said I was petrified.

Then I had to stand by my word. However, to this day I remember that feeling of not being able to move, except to call Frank and I know for a fact that my body was taken over.

Then, I thought this must be important, it’s only 2 hours, and then I will be free again and followed through with the promise I made to them, to boot!

I live in Lakeland Florida, and we traveled to St. Petersburg to go to this Church. All the there I was so nervous I started asking questions to keep my mind off where we were going and why.

Now, remember I was told to look for Jesus? I was about 10 yrs. Old at the time. This trip to Church took place when I was 54 yrs. Old in 2008.

 

I will make this succinct because it happened so fast that I was in a whirl.  Guess what the sermon was on? Jehovah! Who He is, etc.? I was definitely convicted, so my Mom handed me a pack of tissues and I went into the vestibule to sob my heart out! How can I be so stupid, God brought me here to show me where Jesus was, finally I found Jesus! Then my tears turned to “Unspeakable Joy. “I feel that God loved me so much He not only had me blossom, but I finally found Him!

Afterwards I went up to the Pastor and declared my love for Jesus for bringing me here, and that I would be back, because I felt like a different person, and I wanted more of that joy. Then he prayed with me the prayer to ask Jesus to come into my heart, put oil across my head, and declared that I was saved!

I have written two books and over 40 blogs @

 http://infoblog.live

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unspeakable Joy Comes When:

Nothing counts apart from God. Prayer implies that all our gifts and efforts cover only a small part of our efficiency. There are infinite resources in God, which He is waiting to employ in human affairs, and of which we fail to make use. The Christian worker, therefore, must not only labor and strive, but must hope in the living God, whose saving grace is at the disposal of our faith. The faith exercised by the average man results in obtaining only natural things; the supernatural is secured by the faith of those who have made profounder discoveries of God, and can therefore make demands on His resources, which are hidden from the princes of this world.

In order to succeed, we must give ourselves wholly to our work for God. In answer to prayer great gifts had been communicated to Timothy, but he had to give heed to them, use them, and stir up the slumbering embers of the fire, kindled at his ordination. It is worthy of notice that the Apostle’s injunctions do not include a single allusion to priestly or sacramental service, but urge to boldness of character, 1Ti_4:12; diligent study, 1Ti_4:13; rigorous orthodoxy, 1Ti_4:16; and the daily self-watch of the soul, 1Ti_4:16. Take to heart the blessed assurance of the closing sentence of the chapter.

“Let no one despise your youth, but be an example of the believers, in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.  (1Ti 4:12 MKJV)

 

“Hold on to yourself and to the doctrine; continue in them, for doing this you shall both save yourself and those who hear you.  (1Ti 4:16 MKJV)

 

“Until I come, attend to reading, to exhortation, to teaching.  (1Ti 4:13 MKJV)

 

“whom having not seen, you love; in whom not yet seeing, but believing in Him you exult with unspeakable joy, and having been glorified, (1Pe 1:8 MKJV)

 

 

 

“Now to Him being able to keep you without stumbling, and to set you before His glory without blemish, with unspeakable joy; (Jud 1:24 MKJV)

 

The closer you get to God by knowledge, the more the Holy Spirit will bless you and as you research, as I did, you will experience this “joy.”

Check out my blogs-you will see scriptures that you didn’t know existed, and they back up things that you are confused about. Like:

The Thief on the cross, whom Jesus said “Today, you will be with me in Paradise.” If we didn’t know “What happens when you die’, also another very important blog. It answers another & many questions,” where was Jesus those three days in the grave? And why was He in Hades? So many questions answered in this one.

Check my website out or go straight to that blog @

https://infoblog.live/2017/08/22/where-we-go-after-we-die-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And what agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what part does a believer have with an unbeliever?  (2Co 6:15 MKJV)

 

And what agreement does a temple of God have with idols? For you are the temple of the living God, as God has said, “I will dwell in them and walk among them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  (2Co 6:16 MKJV)

 

That agreement between us was; I wouldn’t kill myself, if He would help me become “cute” when I grew up. So, content with that I moved on. The molestation was a wake-up call regarding traipsing through the woods alone. However, it didn’t shake me up as bad as I thought it would.

Consequently, time went on and I had in my thoughts to look for Jesus, a little daunting for a Jewess. Nevertheless, I went to my Dad and asked who Jesus was, and he replied, “A Rabbi.” And then he said, “don’t ask your grandmother.” I was curious as to what my grandmother would say, so I approached her with the same question. And, she said without malice or content, “He was a great Teacher.” No help from my Jewish family.

But I talked to God, Nevertheless, I was praying without knowing what I was doing. So, my search for Jesus continued.

I did get sidetracked, (see my blog, “The Jewish Years.”) it wasn’t until I was eighteen years out of the cult, of “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” when I walked into this Church for the first time or any Church for that matter.

At the time, like I said, I wasn’t paying attention to anything religious, and a thought ran across my head that maybe I should make good on that promise I had made to my Mom and Frank, to go to Church with them, which took four years after the promise and out of the blue. I was scared to put it mildly and wondered who was in my head with such thoughts. I had no intention of going through another religious nightmare. Subsequently, I tried, but to no avail to put that thought out of my head. Not another religious trap for me.

However, my body was not under my control and I picked up the phone, and started dialing my step-father, Frank, to ask if I could go to Church with them that Sunday coming up, and this took place Wednesday. That meant I had to get out of this asap, but what came out of my mouth wasn’t what I was going to say, instead it was exactly what I did not want.

I was frantic, would anyone believe this? Was I going nuts? I was seriously afraid to go because the JW’s put it in my head that the Church had Satan in her midst. You see I was a Witness for 15 yrs. And that was the only thing that stuck with me, so I was horrified. It was worse than a scary movie to me.

So, without my approval I made that phone call and the whole time I was screaming in my head, “no, no!” What’s happening to me? What was I thinking and then Frank answered the phone?

And my voice asked to go to Church with them this weekend, and Frank made no sound, and I thought I could jump in with, “never mind, maybe some other time.” But the words never left my lips. Now this was getting down-right crazy and as I said I was petrified.

Then I had to stand by my word. However, to this day I remember that feeling of not being able to move, except to call Frank and I know for a fact that my body was taken over.

Then, I thought this must be important, it’s only 2 hours, and then I will be free again and followed through with the promise I made to them, to boot!

I live in Lakeland Florida, and we traveled to St. Petersburg to go to this Church. All the there I was so nervous I started asking questions to keep my mind off where we were going and why.

Now, remember I was told to look for Jesus? I was about 10 yrs. Old at the time. This trip to Church took place when I was 54 yrs. Old in 2008.

 

I will make this succinct because it happened so fast that I was in a whirl.  Guess what the sermon was on? Jehovah! Who He is, etc.? I was definitely convicted, so my Mom handed me a pack of tissues and I went into the vestibule to sob my heart out! How can I be so stupid, God brought me here to show me where Jesus was, finally I found Jesus! Then my tears turned to “Unspeakable Joy. “I feel that God loved me so much He not only had me blossom, but I finally found Him!

Afterwards I went up to the Pastor and declared my love for Jesus for bringing me here, and that I would be back, because I felt like a different person, and I wanted more of that joy. Then he prayed with me the prayer to ask Jesus to come into my heart, put oil across my head, and declared that I was saved!

I have written two books and over 40 blogs @

 http://infoblog.live

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unspeakable Joy Comes When:

Nothing counts apart from God. Prayer implies that all our gifts and efforts cover only a small part of our efficiency. There are infinite resources in God, which He is waiting to employ in human affairs, and of which we fail to make use. The Christian worker, therefore, must not only labor and strive, but must hope in the living God, whose saving grace is at the disposal of our faith. The faith exercised by the average man results in obtaining only natural things; the supernatural is secured by the faith of those who have made profounder discoveries of God, and can therefore make demands on His resources, which are hidden from the princes of this world.

In order to succeed, we must give ourselves wholly to our work for God. In answer to prayer great gifts had been communicated to Timothy, but he had to give heed to them, use them, and stir up the slumbering embers of the fire, kindled at his ordination. It is worthy of notice that the Apostle’s injunctions do not include a single allusion to priestly or sacramental service, but urge to boldness of character, 1Ti_4:12; diligent study, 1Ti_4:13; rigorous orthodoxy, 1Ti_4:16; and the daily self-watch of the soul, 1Ti_4:16. Take to heart the blessed assurance of the closing sentence of the chapter.

“Let no one despise your youth, but be an example of the believers, in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.  (1Ti 4:12 MKJV)

 

“Hold on to yourself and to the doctrine; continue in them, for doing this you shall both save yourself and those who hear you.  (1Ti 4:16 MKJV)

 

“Until I come, attend to reading, to exhortation, to teaching.  (1Ti 4:13 MKJV)

 

“whom having not seen, you love; in whom not yet seeing, but believing in Him you exult with unspeakable joy, and having been glorified, (1Pe 1:8 MKJV)

 

 

 

“Now to Him being able to keep you without stumbling, and to set you before His glory without blemish, with unspeakable joy; (Jud 1:24 MKJV)

 

The closer you get to God by knowledge, the more the Holy Spirit will bless you and as you research, as I did, you will experience this “joy.”

Check out my blogs-you will see scriptures that you didn’t know existed, and they back up things that you are confused about. Like:

The Thief on the cross, whom Jesus said “Today, you will be with me in Paradise.” If we didn’t know “What happens when you die’, also another very important blog. It answers another & many questions,” where was Jesus those three days in the grave? And why was He in Hades? So many questions answered in this one.

Check my website out or go straight to that blog @

https://infoblog.live/2017/08/22/where-we-go-after-we-die-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And what agreement does Christ have with Belial? Or what part does a believer have with an unbeliever?  (2Co 6:15 MKJV)

 

And what agreement does a temple of God have with idols? For you are the temple of the living God, as God has said, “I will dwell in them and walk among them; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.”  (2Co 6:16 MKJV)

 

That agreement between us was; I wouldn’t kill myself, if He would help me become “cute” when I grew up. So, content with that I moved on. The molestation was a wake-up call regarding traipsing through the woods alone. However, it didn’t shake me up as bad as I thought it would.

Consequently, time went on and I had in my thoughts to look for Jesus, a little daunting for a Jewess. Nevertheless, I went to my Dad and asked who Jesus was, and he replied, “A Rabbi.” And then he said, “don’t ask your grandmother.” I was curious as to what my grandmother would say, so I approached her with the same question. And, she said without malice or content, “He was a great Teacher.” No help from my Jewish family.

But I talked to God, Nevertheless, I was praying without knowing what I was doing. So, my search for Jesus continued.

I did get sidetracked, (see my blog, “The Jewish Years.”) it wasn’t until I was eighteen years out of the cult, of “Jehovah’s Witnesses,” when I walked into this Church for the first time or any Church for that matter.

At the time, like I said, I wasn’t paying attention to anything religious, and a thought ran across my head that maybe I should make good on that promise I had made to my Mom and Frank, to go to Church with them, which took four years after the promise and out of the blue. I was scared to put it mildly and wondered who was in my head with such thoughts. I had no intention of going through another religious nightmare. Subsequently, I tried, but to no avail to put that thought out of my head. Not another religious trap for me.

However, my body was not under my control and I picked up the phone, and started dialing my step-father, Frank, to ask if I could go to Church with them that Sunday coming up, and this took place Wednesday. That meant I had to get out of this asap, but what came out of my mouth wasn’t what I was going to say, instead it was exactly what I did not want.

I was frantic, would anyone believe this? Was I going nuts? I was seriously afraid to go because the JW’s put it in my head that the Church had Satan in her midst. You see I was a Witness for 15 yrs. And that was the only thing that stuck with me, so I was horrified. It was worse than a scary movie to me.

So, without my approval I made that phone call and the whole time I was screaming in my head, “no, no!” What’s happening to me? What was I thinking and then Frank answered the phone?

And my voice asked to go to Church with them this weekend, and Frank made no sound, and I thought I could jump in with, “never mind, maybe some other time.” But the words never left my lips. Now this was getting down-right crazy and as I said I was petrified.

Then I had to stand by my word. However, to this day I remember that feeling of not being able to move, except to call Frank and I know for a fact that my body was taken over.

Then, I thought this must be important, it’s only 2 hours, and then I will be free again and followed through with the promise I made to them, to boot!

I live in Lakeland Florida, and we traveled to St. Petersburg to go to this Church. All the there I was so nervous I started asking questions to keep my mind off where we were going and why.

Now, remember I was told to look for Jesus? I was about 10 yrs. Old at the time. This trip to Church took place when I was 54 yrs. Old in 2008.

 

I will make this succinct because it happened so fast that I was in a whirl.  Guess what the sermon was on? Jehovah! Who He is, etc.? I was definitely convicted, so my Mom handed me a pack of tissues and I went into the vestibule to sob my heart out! How can I be so stupid, God brought me here to show me where Jesus was, finally I found Jesus! Then my tears turned to “Unspeakable Joy. “I feel that God loved me so much He not only had me blossom, but I finally found Him!

Afterwards I went up to the Pastor and declared my love for Jesus for bringing me here, and that I would be back, because I felt like a different person, and I wanted more of that joy. Then he prayed with me the prayer to ask Jesus to come into my heart, put oil across my head, and declared that I was saved!

I have written two books and over 40 blogs @

 http://infoblog.live

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Unspeakable Joy Comes When:

Nothing counts apart from God. Prayer implies that all our gifts and efforts cover only a small part of our efficiency. There are infinite resources in God, which He is waiting to employ in human affairs, and of which we fail to make use. The Christian worker, therefore, must not only labor and strive, but must hope in the living God, whose saving grace is at the disposal of our faith. The faith exercised by the average man results in obtaining only natural things; the supernatural is secured by the faith of those who have made profounder discoveries of God, and can therefore make demands on His resources, which are hidden from the princes of this world.

In order to succeed, we must give ourselves wholly to our work for God. In answer to prayer great gifts had been communicated to Timothy, but he had to give heed to them, use them, and stir up the slumbering embers of the fire, kindled at his ordination. It is worthy of notice that the Apostle’s injunctions do not include a single allusion to priestly or sacramental service, but urge to boldness of character, 1Ti_4:12; diligent study, 1Ti_4:13; rigorous orthodoxy, 1Ti_4:16; and the daily self-watch of the soul, 1Ti_4:16. Take to heart the blessed assurance of the closing sentence of the chapter.

“Let no one despise your youth, but be an example of the believers, in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.  (1Ti 4:12 MKJV)

 

“Hold on to yourself and to the doctrine; continue in them, for doing this you shall both save yourself and those who hear you.  (1Ti 4:16 MKJV)

 

“Until I come, attend to reading, to exhortation, to teaching.  (1Ti 4:13 MKJV)

 

“whom having not seen, you love; in whom not yet seeing, but believing in Him you exult with unspeakable joy, and having been glorified, (1Pe 1:8 MKJV)

 

 

 

“Now to Him being able to keep you without stumbling, and to set you before His glory without blemish, with unspeakable joy; (Jud 1:24 MKJV)

 

The closer you get to God by knowledge, the more the Holy Spirit will bless you and as you research, as I did, you will experience this “joy.”

Check out my blogs-you will see scriptures that you didn’t know existed, and they back up things that you are confused about. Like:

The Thief on the cross, whom Jesus said “Today, you will be with me in Paradise.” If we didn’t know “What happens when you die’, also another very important blog. It answers another & many questions,” where was Jesus those three days in the grave? And why was He in Hades? So many questions answered in this one.

Check my website out or go straight to that blog @

https://infoblog.live/2017/08/22/where-we-go-after-we-die-

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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