A Blessing for all my Twitter Friends
I’d like to take this time to thank all of you who follow me on Twitter and give you a little bit more information about what our ministry is all about, and why we are spreading the message via Twitter.
The reason behind establishing our ministry and expanding it to the web is two-fold. I feel that all to often we fall short of our own expectations in life and we all have made mistakes. None of us are perfect. (though we’d like to think we are) But lets face the facts, we are all here for a purpose, whether we know what that purpose is or not, and we all are linked in one way or another.
I personally have made many terrible choices, which to my regret, has also hurt many people that I love dearly, including my own family. But through finding and discovering and learning about faith and spirituality I have found a peace that is more than I could describe in this post.
That peace has guided my path, given me strength and hope for a better future. This peace comes from acceptance. And there is only One person that gives that peace freely, and that is Jesus Christ.
Matthew 6:33 states: “Seek Ye first the Kingdom of God and His Righteousness and all these things will be added unto you,”
It is with these words, that I strive to spread the message of salvation to every corner of the TwitterVerse and beyond, without judgment, without prejudice, without ridicule and the like.
Whether you believe in Evolution or God is not the question here, the only thing that is a Fact in both, is that we all have a link to the beginning of time as we know it. We all live within the bounds of this link. What we chose to do during this period of time is the legacy that we leave behind.
What type of legacy do you want to be remembered of?
I’d like to think that I as a person, would grow in the knowledge of the Lord, and that would, in itself, lead others to a place in their lives, that they would come to an understanding, that Jesus Christ, is the only one that will truly accept who you are regardless of what you have done. His death on the Cross, was and always will be, a bridge to life, to all who accept Him.
If you don’t know the Lord, I would encourage you to listen to to this Audio below:
May The Lord Richly Bless all of you…