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Published by Jerry Baysinger on 29 Apr 2016

WHEN WILL YESTERDAY HAPPEN?

While ministering to a lady about healing, the LORD asked me an interesting question that I’d like to pass along to you.  WHEN WILL YESTERDAY HAPPEN?  Well, that’s an easy one to answer: it already happened, it’s over and done, and it won’t be back. Then why do people still wait for yesterday to happen? Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 22 Apr 2016

PLEASING GOD VERSUS PLEASING PEOPLE

Whether they realize it or not, many people are more concerned with pleasing people than they are pleasing God.  When you look on Facebook, for example, people want you to “like” their comments.  They want to please people and be noticed and approved by others.  Is that a bad thing?  Not necessarily, after all, we don’t want people NOT to like us.  But what about Christians, should we be pleasing to everyone?   From time to time I read some very critical posts on Facebook about Christians, some even blame all the world’s problems on Christians.  It seems to me rather, that the vast majority of people are willing to “go along with the crowd” to be acceptable to them, even if what they do goes against what God approves of. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 15 Apr 2016

FROM NOW TILL NEVER

Why do we pray?  What do we hope to accomplish by doing so?  Well, it would seem to me that we are trying to change a circumstance that we otherwise have no control over.  There are things we can do in the physical realm to change some circumstances, but there are others that are totally out of our control that only God can change, so we pray.  It may concern sickness or disease, or family troubles, or legal troubles, or finances; you name it, somebody is not happy about it and wants it changed. But wanting something to be different, and actually seeing it done is two different things, as we all know. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 08 Apr 2016

THE EDGE OF FORGIVENESS

“The Edge of Forgiveness” is kind of an odd topic, but that’s what the LORD gave me to write about today.  Is it possible to be on the “EDGE” of forgiveness?  Sure, and that’s a dangerous place to be, just like it’s dangerous to stand close to the edge of a cliff. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 01 Apr 2016

ONCE UPON A TIME

Each week I ask the LORD what He wants me to write to the people. He seldom tells me in advance, it’s like I sit down and take dictation, for it comes as fast as I can write.  Well, today I asked Him what to write, He said “ONCE UPON A TIME….”  Ok, that tells me a whole lot….but hang on, here we go. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 25 Mar 2016

WHAT IS YOUR EXCUSE?

In John chapter five we can read about a man who was an invalid for thirty eight years. Now thirty eight years is a very long time to be suffering.  Over the years I’ve met many people who have been suffering from various infirmities, and there is one thing common among them: they all want to be well.  Now there are some who hold to the belief that they are suffering because God has given them a thorn in the flesh like the Apostle Paul dealt with.  Some actually believe they are sick because it gives glory to God, yet it is those who are constantly running to the doctor trying to get will.  But it seems rather strange to me that if sickness gives glory to God, why did the Lord Jesus go about HEALING the sick?  That would be a good one to explore today. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 18 Mar 2016

HEART OF GOLD, BURDEN OF LEAD

Most of us know someone who would give the shirt off their back to help someone in need, who is always quick to help and lend a hand. You might describe them as having a heart of gold.  In fact, you might even be one of them. They are usually quick to help someone bear their burdens, a very selfless person who puts the needs of others before their own needs.  Does that sound like anyone you know?  But what about their own burdens; are they carrying around a burden of lead while they help others?  That is often the case. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 11 Mar 2016

HOW TO SUCCEED IN LIFE

No matter where you were born, or when, there’s just something inside you that wants to succeed.   Whether you realize it or not, even your basic instinct to survive tells you that you weren’t created to fail.  A person can face seemingly impossible circumstances, and yet, in the vast majority of times, they will survive, somehow, someway.  Many count that up to “luck”, but it isn’t luck at all; it’s how you were created, purposely by God. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 04 Mar 2016

WHEN WILL YOU BE HEALED?

The Bible tells us Christ Jesus HAS already healed us by His stripes, HAS done everything that He is ever going to do about healing and salvation, and that there is nothing lacking in His completed work whatsoever.  That leaves the rest of it up to us to RECEIVE for ourselves what He has done.  I’m sure you’ve heard all that before and it isn’t giving you much comfort at this point. God is apparently NOT moved by our need, but rather by our taking His word for it that it is DONE.  I don’t see everyone I’ve prayed for being healed, though it is many, yet it bothers me when someone does not receive the manifestation of their healing.  There are some ministries who say 100% of those they pray for are healed, yet some of the people who have gone to them end up coming to me.  And some of them still do not receive healing.  Is it a problem on God’s end?  I think not, but some people are so hurt and broken, they have a great deal of problem believing even God himself. Continue Reading »

Published by Jerry Baysinger on 26 Feb 2016

INVEST WISELY

I enjoy fixing and making things, and one day one of my wrenches turned up missing.  Well, I have several, but nobody likes to lose something, so I went to looking for it.  And it became my focus to find that wrench.  Now keep in mind I have several, so it wasn’t like losing it would be a major catastrophe in my life. But the more I looked, the more important finding that wrench became to me.  After a couple hours of diligent searching, you would have thought it was made of the purest gold and covered with the finest diamonds. And I was going to find that wrench, even if it meant moving everything out of my garage one piece at a time. Continue Reading »

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