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  1. Come and See, I like that. I am totally dependent on the provision of God…. I don’t know the next stages in his plan all I can do is wait and trust and when the right opportunity comes I can say to whoever is brought across my path, look come and see. I hope firstly my son, husband and daughters.

  2. Yes we can see by trusting Jesus every day. We get up that Jesus will take care of us. We see that if we spend time with Jesus everyday reading his word and saying our prayers. Letting his Holy Spirit speak to us. I can be bad at doing this. As I get so caught up in the business of the day doing stuff that I need to do. Then I get tired. Then spending time with Jesus in prayer and reading his word the Bible goes out the window that day. I do feel guilty. I have not spent the time with Jesus and Come as the title of todays reading says you’ll see. Meaning come see what Jesus has in store for you or what he is going to do in your life. If you will hand everything over to him and trust him. So true. Love today’s reading. Thank you for it Dawn Ferguson-Little xxxx

  3. In Courage,

    This world wants proof/evidence of something. People ask how can you believe or trust a God you can’t see? He shows Himself in various ways-by healing people, sending financial help at right time, etc. When doubts& fears swirl in my head I have a God who can handle it. I can turn it over to Him & know He will guide my steps. Non Christians don’t have that. They fret/fear & lose sleep over things. We should be dependent on God for everything. He who formed us & this world can accomplish anything we ask. People just need to come & see. Listen to stories of His miracles & the mercies He shows us daily.

    Blessings 🙂

  4. John the Baptist is such a great scripture to use to illustrate when we “seek” and “come,” we will “see” the glory of God. John also shows us how to wait on the Lord and recognize our servitude. John remained concealed in the wilderness until God called him to make a way for the Lord. Even though John had followers and baptized many in the name of Jesus Christ, he recognized that he was not the worthy one. Humanly, I seek to be like John the Baptist understanding my purpose and calling knowing that Jesus Christ is the Way and the One!