Monday, July 16, 2007

Missions Thoughts on Monday - July 16, 07

Praying for Your Missionaries

Their Call and Surrender
to the Missionfield

Their Personal Spiritual Life –
Their Walk With God

Family Life

Victory in their Daily
Battles over the World,
The Flesh and the Devil

Physical Health


Fruitful Evangelism

Everyday Stress & Testings


God’s Blessings & Supply
In Every Need

Dead Sea

It has been observed about the two seas in Israel, the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea. The Sea of Galilee is full of life, the Dead Sea has none. How could two seas, fed by a single source - the River Jordan - be so different? His answer: the Sea of Galilee receives water at one end and gives out water at the other. The Dead Sea receives water but does not give, there are no stream outlets, and if you only receive but do not give, you do not live.


“I looked upon a sea
And lo! ‘twas dead
Although by Herman’s snows
And Jordan fed.

“How came a fate so dire?
The tale’s soon told.
All that it got it kept,
And fast did hold.

“All tributary streams
Found here their grave;
Because this sea received.
But never gave.”

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