“…And then some!”

Psalm 82:4 “Rescue the weak and needy; Deliver them out of the hand of the wicked!”

“…And then some!”

None need to wear
sinful burdens of
which they’ve
repented and turned
away from.

None must bear
weights from which
they relented since
CHRIST bottles their
tears…and then some!

So no matter Fault-
Finders’ — reminding,
CHRIST alone holds
the last word of

“For all those who
have broken Pride’s
shackles…for the souls
who’ve surrendered
their ways;

“MY yoke, it is easy; MY
burden — pure LIGHT!
So invest every effort
to rescue the others!”

As one of HIServants sent out to be singularly focused on hearing and rescuing those drowning,


Devotional: Psalm 145:18 “The LORD is near to all who call upon HIM, to all who call upon HIM in truth.”

When one regularly cries out for themselves loudly and often enough that they don’t hear the cry of the needy beside them, then!

Will they be heard by the LORD?

When one’s own conscience, pricked by the HOLY SPIRIT to serve, becomes dulled to HIS compelling… then!

Will they be heard by the LORD?

Romans 15:1 “Now we who are strong ought to bear the weaknesses of those without strength and not just please ourselves.”

So that’s NOT just those in physical need but with mental, emotional and spiritual needs most of all!

As such, the greatest gathering of prayers for one’s soul comes after serving all those around us — “and then some!”

Then they’ll encircle us with their gratitude and what reaches the ears of our SAVIOUR…

…is Joy and Thanksgiving being lifted for our obedience to HIS compelling.

THEN! Being surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses who GOD designed us to serve,

…they will join lifting your prayer requests to the FATHER with unmatched Faith and Zeal!

So…serve First!

Amen and amen!

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