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Jim at Growing Faith March 27, 2015 at 8:49 am

This is a helpful article, thank you for writing it!

Paul Jansen March 28, 2015 at 1:34 pm

Thank you Jack, its comforting to know that Im not the alone in my struggles with praying. I do find it to be more “in focus” when its out loud. Thanks again for your dedication to sharing what He shares with you. God Bless

Jack Wellman March 28, 2015 at 2:33 pm

I am so glad this could help you. I know so very many who struggle with praying my brother so you are certainly not alone. Thank you for the encouragement my brother.

Carmen N March 29, 2015 at 1:06 pm

Hi Pastor Jack,

I know what it is to visit those that have no one. My mom is in a home for the aged. She has Alzheimer and we never know if she evens know we are there. However, there is another lady there that I befriended and she treats me like if I am her daughter or like if she has known me all her life. I feel so sorry for her because it has been like maybe three or four times that I have seen someone from the church she used to visit coming to see her and I have been visiting Mom there two years. I do not know what happened to her family since sometimes her stories seem a little bit off. I always try to spend time with her but I also want to be with Mom as much as possible. Unfortunately, my friend is not allowed to be in the room with Mom and me.

I never want to stop visiting Mom because I love her. My sister and I visit her every Saturday or Sunday. I wish I could visit her more often and I used to, but due to a medical limitation, I am not driving and thus I wait for others in order to visit. My aunt also visits Mom, sometimes two or three times a week. Thank God for her too.

By the way, I loved your article. Yesterday, I was feeling very down and praising the Lord is what brought me out of that abyss which seems to get deeper the more I think about me, myself and I. Also, the acronym of ACTS for prayer is very helpful. I also like JOY (which I saw in another article)–Jesus, Others and You! It puts everyone in the correct order and gives you the right perspective!

Thank you for spreading the message of our Lord Jesus! May the Lord keep on blessing you and your writing.

Your sister in Christ,
Carmen N

Jack Wellman March 29, 2015 at 3:59 pm

Thank you Carmen. You are always so encouraging my sister in Christ. Just today we had Sunday church services at the local nursing home and they love it and need the companionship. I am so grateful for them and they seem to love the Bible preaching so we are both blessed. Thanks for your good word and may God continue to use you in your visiting’s and know you are surely a blessing to them and to so many.

Jack H April 5, 2015 at 4:13 am

Happy Easter Sunday, Pastor! 😀

Jack Wellman April 5, 2015 at 8:37 am

Hello my friend Jack and thank you for the blessing for this day and I hope that this day is celebrated in joy because of the wonderful news….He is risen!

Carmen N April 5, 2015 at 6:19 am

Happy Easter to you, Pastor Jack and to all of my brothers and sisters in Christ Jesus. Praise the Lord for His gift!

Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die;
John 11:25 New International Version (NIV)

and who through the Spirit of holiness was appointed the Son of God in power by his resurrection from the dead: Jesus Christ our Lord. Romans 1:4 New International Version (NIV)

Amen! Hallelujah! Jesus Christ lives forever!!!

Your Sister in Christ,
Carmen N

Jack Wellman April 5, 2015 at 8:36 am

Thank you Carmen and thank you for the blessing for this day and I hope that this day is celebrated in joy because of the wonderful news….He is risen!

cken April 12, 2015 at 6:39 pm

Good article. All of those things will strengthen your religious beliefs and make you a better person. I however tend to separate faith from religion. Religion is a belief system. Faith on the other hand is a state of mind that if you follow God’s will for you everything will work out for the best. James wrote faith without works is dead. I don’t think he meant actual works. I think he meant exercising faith like a muscle. Faith is when God speaks to you, you follow His directive without question even if it is counter-intuitive. Thus faith is like a muscle if you don’t use it you will loose it. Oh that we could all develop the faith of a grain of mustard seed.

Michael Press April 13, 2015 at 12:59 pm

We are all given enough faith to believe in our Savior as a Savior for all the world. From the moment we are given that initial measure of faith it is our journey to be built up in the “faith of the Son of God” as Paul stated. “I will know your faith by Your works” John 14:15 and John 15:14 are critical to faith works to build His KINGdom according to His plan through His mind in US. “OBEY” To obey we mus be positioned to listen without world distraction and hearing to obey. Obeying is putting faith into works. “Where I am there My servant Will be” is partnership. In partnership, positioned to be where He is by His “ask/command” we will have a DIVINE ENCOUNTER where we KNOW “WE” WERE PART OF AN EXPERIENCE WHERE HE MANIFESTED OUR PARTNERSHIP. (He does His part when we do our part = sonship), K-ching another measure of faith is added to our initial measure of faith to believe in Him, by experiencing Him with our obedience. To love God is to obey Him John 14:15, 15:14. Only obedience to His present asking for partnership experience will build faith in His PROVISION. Caution: “all things work out for the good TO those who love God……” LOVING HIM requires HEARING AND OBEYING. Obeying builds testimony of God encounters which is our GOD news gospel. They overcame by the blood and the word of THEIR TESTIMONY.
God is about to bring His manifesting in mortal flesh through those who have this “NOW” testimony making up each overcomers book in The “NOW TESTAMENT” BOOK OF LIFE.
Get ready = listen to hear. Get set, = be where He is. GO GOD = The New Testament continues in the Now Testament.
“Will I find faith on earth?” Lord I pray a blessing on all who read this will find opportunity in the busy-ness of a world of distraction to focUS on our partnership with JesUS OUR Christ. to discipline US to be KINGdom builders with ears to hear. Mat truth be spoken to our souls, setting US free in JesUS our Christ, and Brother.

George Wilkie September 15, 2019 at 10:27 am

Pastor Jack, thank you for this message. I feel compelled to ask, since I am challenged in the thought, as to why no one’s articles mention FASTING as a means to strengthen faith?

I wish I was smart enough to come up with this question on my own, I remember hearing it briefly in a sermon message once and I can’t remember that pastor’s answer.

Jack Wellman September 15, 2019 at 3:51 pm

You are right sir about fasting. It is a great way to break bondages of sin. Thank you so much Mr. Wilkie.





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