word for the day 12 28 2014, Matthew 2:1-2, Wise men still seek Him

It is Sunday December 28th. The Lord’s Day. Today we continue to celebrate the birth of Jesus who is the Christ, messiah and Lord. O Come let us worship Him, Christ the Lord.

Listen to the word of God to us today
Matthew 2:1-2 “Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea, in the days of King Herod, behold there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem.
Saying, ‘Where is he that is born king of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east and are come to worship him.'” (KJV)
Wise men still seek Him. The word to us today is to be wise and not foolish. You hear his name everywhere you go on streets, on TV, on the radio, and in you home. The wise men came from far to worship Jesus. You do not have to to go far, you do not need to take a boat or plane to worship Jesus.
Be wise and come let us worship him today. “O come let us adore him, Christ the Lord.”
Prayer for the day: Lord we give you glory. Lord we give you praise. Lord we worship and adore you. This we pray in Jesus name. Amen.
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PS: 1. Give thanks to God for the recovery of Winston Clarke. He goes back to work next week. Praise God.
2.Please continue to pray for the Clarke/Ricketts/Washington family.
3. Please continue to pray for the Allwood family

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charles washington is married to Claudette washington for over 38years, father of four and two grand children. he writes a daily word from the bible.
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