I praise and adore you, Lord God of the unfathomable universe. You are my King, my Maker, my betrothed. All glory and majesty belong to you. This is your world and no one ese’s. You are willing to fight Satan and get him away from me because he is too strong for me. I give in to him so often, especially with my attitudes and use of my time. But you run after me and snatch me away from him again and again and again. You never tire of returning me from unknown and unsuspected danger to the safety of your everlasting arms. I do not comprehend such love. All I can do is praise and worship you every day from the depths of my heart and the heights of my spirit.
Thank you, Jesus, for loving me so much. You have been so good to me ~ far beyond what I deserve. I have salvation from Satan and peace of soul. I have freedom from sin and fulness of life. When I think of so many people without you, without hope, without understanding, all wondering what this hard life is all about, my heart aches. How much more does your heart ache for them? Thank you for my time on earth when I can work along side you to seek and save the lost just as you did me those days long ago.
LAZARUS THE SAMARITAN covers 45 years of Zarus’ life. Each chapter he lives one of Jesus’ parables. When he marries a Jewish girl, no one comes to the wedding, so her father sends to the highways and byways for wedding guests. His son grows up to be the prodigal son. His daughter’s wedding maids are the ten virgins whose lamps flicker at midnight. He becomes rich, but while in a far country, his servants turn on him. He is the Good Samaritan and at the end he is the beggar who dies and is carried away by the angels. To BUY NOW, click a book cover or paste this: https://bit.ly/LazarusTheSamaritan