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“Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh…”

“Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh…” That’s the Bible verse that I woke up with on Thanksgiving morning. I was thankful to be alive and mindful of those who didn’t make it. There is so much violence in our nation and people tend to take it for granted. The people killed in the Gay night club and those killed at Walmart had all planned to be around for Thanksgiving, but instead they had a meeting with the LORD, the God of all flesh. From January through November 22nd of this year there has been over 600 mass shootings and we keep saying that gun control is the answer. How can that be the answer when sin control is the problem? Too many of us have made worship voluntary, so if we don’t worship, then why should the sinner? Saints don’t stop praying, because you know the only one who can get us out of this mess! “Behold, I am the LORD, the God of all flesh: IS THERE ANYTHING TO HARD FOR ME?” Jeremiah 32:27. There is nothing too hard for our God!

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