Glorious Assignment

Not to put too fine a point to it, this is the grand sum of all I want my life to broadcast.*

Jesus, it’s my joy. Whatever the price, whatever the burden.

You are worth anything…and everything.

To the praise of Your infinitely glorious Grace. Amen

*It’s probably already clear enough from previous testimony, but the only “me” I want others to recognize is Jesus in and through me. Anything other falls prodigiously short.

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9 thoughts on “Glorious Assignment

  1. Margaret says:

    I thank you for being an inspiration for just that! To God be the glory and praise forever. Amen

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  2. Jimmy says:

    Scott, thank you for listening to Jesus and spreading the word and meaning. We are so blessed to be closer to Him.
    Jimmy

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  3. Patrick says:

    My brother, be faithful, living the Sh’ma. Love HaShem with all your heart (that is your inside controller informed by the Word), all your soul (even if He takes your soul) and all your strength (all your resources) for His Name’s sake. Do that, and your desire will be realized. Happy Passover!

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  4. pasturescott says:

    May the Shalom of the Lord continue to cover and keep you, Patrick. Thank you for your beautiful encouragement. By the grace of Jesus our Messiah I can and will.

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    • pasturescott says:

      And Happy Passover to you as well!

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      • Patrick says:

        …”for Messiah our passover has been sacrificed. Therefore let us celebrate the feast…” Pray for me and my wife as we will be attending a Passover seder with a Conservative Jewish Synagogue that is, non-Messianic. We are not shy in telling them we believe Yeshua (Jesus) is Messiah but we need to be respectful (gentleness and respect). We have a genuine love for them and have a desire for them to know their Messiah.
        Zechariah 12:10 “And I will pour out on the house of David and the inhabitants of Jerusalem a spirit [a] of grace and supplication. They will look on [b] me, the one they have pierced, and they will mourn for him as one mourns for an only child, and grieve bitterly for him as one grieves for a firstborn son. “

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  5. pasturescott says:

    Oh, my brother! It will be an honor to enter in with you. Bless you for asking this of me (and my readers) I fully come into agreement with the promise of Zechariah. Spirit of grace and supplication. Yes, our Messiah. Behold, the Lamb!

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