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There is a wonderful old proverb that says, “The doctor dresses the wound and God heals it.”  The God who fashioned our bodies, created us; our organs, our cells and all that we are, is also the God who maintains and sustains us.

So, what are we thinking and believing today about the power of God?

We should daily affirm the presence of God; we should daily visualize God moving in our lives in ways that bring us peace, harmony and joy.  We should daily affirm that for which we are grateful and refrain from continually nursing, rehearsing and broadcasting to others our pains and hurts.

Begin to know that God is healing all aspects of your body as the ancient proverb says.  Know that those things we dwell upon multiply, so ask yourself, what would we like to see multiplied in our life?  Instead of affirming what we don’t wish to experience, perhaps we need to take another tack.  Affirm those things we do wish to experience and allow those things to become the new expression of all that we are.  We can dress the wounds of our life by affirming our belief in a loving, powerful, giving God, and we can leave the healing part up to the one who has continually showed us that all things are indeed possible.

Affirmation: “I see a new reflection before me. It is the reflection of the Christ moving in new and exciting ways that heal all aspects of my life.”

Rev. Jefferson Beeker

The Christ is the reflection of God’s very being, and he sustains all things by his powerful word.”                                                        (Hebrews 1: 3)

Please join us each Sunday at 5:30 PM in our Social Hall for our Contemporary worship and Praise service, “Acts of God.”  Come as you are and enjoy an hour of great music from our wonderful band and singers, inspiring messages and good fellowship.

Also, join me on Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 PM for an hour of guided and silent meditation, reflection, affirmation and prayer.  As always, we will share communion together.  Everyone is welcome.

First Christian Church, North Hollywood, 4390 Colfax Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604.  www.fccnh.org

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