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DocReits December 29, 2013 at 10:29 am

Thank You!!!

You know how folks put on background “mood” music to soothe their cares? I listen to Robert Driskell to soothe mine. Thank you so much Robert for the “speaking the truth in love”…it is music to my ears.

If we go far enough down the path you outline it makes us a little “crazy” in the world’s eyes, because we do get a little “antsy” to warn our neighbors that the cliff(hell) is approaching unless they put on the parachute(Jesus Christ).

I love the way Paul puts it here:

“13 If it seems we are crazy, it is to bring glory to God. And if we are in our right minds, it is for your benefit. 14 Either way, Christ’s love controls us. Since we believe that Christ died for all, we also believe that we have all died to our old life. 15 He died for everyone so that those who receive his new life will no longer live for themselves. Instead, they will live for Christ, who died and was raised for them.”

Oh. Lord Jesus, wake up those who sleep, so that they will not perish!

God Bless you Robert for playing my favorite music!


Robert December 30, 2013 at 10:24 am

Thank you Doc,
And, once again, let me say that it is so encouraging to know that my service to God is bearing fruit. As for the music metaphor you mentioned, I too try to hear the tune of God’s Word playing ceaselessly in my life. It is what keeps me grounded in my faith and allows me to understand things as they truly are. But that is not something only I experience, it is the walk of every believer who, “loves the Lord with all their heart, mind, soul, body, and strength”. God is so good and He loves us to much. He doesn’t require us to jump through hoops or to make ourselves acceptable to Him (which is impossible anyway); He has paid the price of our salvation already through what Jesus Christ has done…all He asks is for us to give our lives back to Him, the life that He gave us in the first place, and share His love with others. God bless you, Doc. May you have a blessed New Year.
Yours in Christ,

Jack H January 1, 2014 at 3:53 pm

Rob! This is important! You know the vertical banner ad at the top? It advertised meditation! THE SECULAR KIND!!! O_O You may have to report this to whoever leads this site. This site could become a stumbling block thanks to this oversight. The ad is displayed by AdChoices, just so you know. Bye-bye! 😀

Jack Wellman January 1, 2014 at 4:07 pm

Thank you Jack. We do not control, unfortunately, the banner ads but there is a way to click on the upper right hand corner of the ad where there is an “X” and it mutes this and this sends the advertisers a message that these types of ads are not acceptable and it is reported to, I believe, AdChoices so they do get the message. Unfortunately, about 95% of all ads on web today (possibly more) are all secular and we have no control over that but I do appreciate your telling us that so that we can mute it too. Thanks brother for telling us.

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