Further Encouragement in Worry and Trials
In this message, John the Baptist affirms James’ discipleship and gives further encouragement in worry and trials. He points out that when he and his fellow disciples walked the earth, they too faced, but were helped in their worry and trials. For other information re encouragement in worry and trials, click here and here.
John, the Baptist, Declares that Mr. Padgett Is Now a Disciple of the Master
I AM HERE. John, the Baptist.
Let not your heart be troubled. Believe in God and in the Master. This is as true tonight as it was when spoken by Jesus to his disciples many centuries ago.
You are his disciple now, just as certainly as were they. And while you cannot see him or hear his voice, as they did, yet, the words are just as emphatically spoken tonight as they were to the other disciples.
You do not realize what love and what powerful influences are with you tonight, else you would let your worries flee to the winds and never return.
I merely want to tell you this to let you see that there is another of the Celestial spirits who knows that the Master’s promises will be kept.
I am not here because I want to encourage you merely, but because I want to tell you a fact. And fact it is that you will soon be relieved of your worries.
Go to God in prayer and you will find great consolation, as we have all found consolation in our troubles. When on earth, we had a great number who were persecuted, resulting in the death of many of us. But we had faith. And our faith and the love of the Master helped us over many rough places. I merely want to add another confirmation to those who have told you that you will be relieved of these worries.
I will stop and say that I am
Your brother in Christ, JOHN, THE BAPTIST.
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