EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS

November,17 2008

 

When in sorrow, call John 14.
When men fail you, call Psalm 27.
If you want to be fruitfull, call John 15.
When you have sinned, call Psalm 51.
When you worry, call Mathew 6:19-34.
When you are in danger, call Psalm 91.
When God seems far away, call Psalm 139.
When your faith needs stirring, call Hebrews 11.
When you are lonely and fearful, call Psalm 23.
When you grow bitter and critical, call 1 Cor 13.
For Paul’s secret to happiness, call Col 3:12-17.
For idea of Christianity, call 1 Cor 5:15-19.
When you feel down and out, call Romans 8:31-39.
When you want peace and rest, call Matt 11:25-30.
When the world seem bigger than God, call Psalm 90.
When you want Christian assurance, call Romans 8:1-30
When you leave home for labour or for travel, call Psalms 121
When your prayers grow selfish or narrow, call Psalms 67
For a great invention/opportunity, call Isaiah 55
When you want courage for a task call Joshua 1
How to get along with fellow men, call Romans 12
When you think of investments/returns, call Mark 10
If you are depressed, call Psalms 27
If your pocketbook is empty, call Psalms 37
If you lose confidence in people, call 1 Corinthians 13
If people seem unkind, call John 15
If discouraged about your work, call Psalm 126
If you find the world growing small, and yourself great, call Psalm 19

Emergency numbers may be dialed direct.
No operator assistance is neccesary.
All lines are open to Heaven 24 hours a day!
Feed your faith, and doubt
will starve to death!

Godspeed

Webpastor B

www.jesuspodkast.org

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