Wake Up America Seminars * * June 15, 2018
Something to Ponder
Come to Me… —Matthew 11:28
Where sin and sorrow stops, and the song of the saint starts. Do I really want to get there? I can right now. The questions that truly matter in life are remarkably few, and they are all answered by these words— “Come to Me.” Our Lord’s words are not, “Do this, or don’t do that,” but— “Come to me.” If I will simply come to Jesus, my real life will be brought into harmony with my real desires. I will actually cease from sin, and will find the song of the Lord beginning in my life.
Have you ever come to Jesus? Look at the stubbornness of your heart. You would rather do anything than this one simple childlike thing— “Come to Me.” If you really want to experience ceasing from sin, you must come to Jesus.
Jesus Christ makes Himself the test to determine your genuineness. Look how He used the word come. At the most unexpected moments in your life there is this whisper of the Lord— “Come to Me,” and you are immediately drawn to Him. Personal contact with Jesus changes everything. Be “foolish” enough to come and commit yourself to what He says. The attitude necessary for you to come to Him is one where your will has made the determination to let go of everything and deliberately commit it all to Him.
“…and I will give you rest”— that is, “I will sustain you, causing you to stand firm.” He is not saying, “I will put you to bed, hold your hand, and sing you to sleep.” But, in essence, He is saying, “I will get you out of bed— out of your listlessness and exhaustion, and out of your condition of being half dead while you are still alive. I will penetrate you with the spirit of life, and you will be sustained by the perfection of vital activity.” Yet we become so weak and pitiful and talk about “suffering” the will of the Lord! Where is the majestic vitality and the power of the Son of God in that?
Scripture Thought for the Day
Mat 11:28-30: "Come to me, all of you who are tired and are carrying heavy loads. I will give you rest. Become my servants and learn from me. I am gentle and free of pride. You will find rest for your souls. Serving me is easy, and my load is light."
- Joel: May God bless you all real good. You are in my prayers Larry and I am expecting a miracle for your illness. Glory to God!
- Kathryn: I love the Lord so much and just can’t get enough of Larry’s teaching.
- Dick & Dottie: We were certainly blessed by Larry’s courageous newsletter and Wake Up Report. He shared so much of his life and work in developing the unique ministry of Wake Up America Seminars. Truly, we are to not despise nor overlook small beginnings. It’s like a mustard seed that has grown into a worldwide ministry. I am so thankful for a prayer hearing & answering God. He hears our humble but heartfelt prayers to continue his vision & purpose by raising up people like Skip Rash who are using new approaches to continue to reach people with God’s last day message.
- Tim: Please pray for Tim’s Bible study group. He has a small group of 5 people that are blessed with Larry Wilson’s teachings.
- Brenton: Pray for Brenton & his wife as they go through a major transition and make important decisions.
- WUAS prison program: Many of you may not be aware that for well over 20 years Wake Up has had a prison program for prisoners to receive Larry Wilson’s books. If you know of a prisoner interested in this program then please have that prisoner write a letter to us at Wake Up for the free book Warning! Revelation is about to be Fulfilled and they will learn about our prison program.
- Have the prisoner write to us at our mailing address: Wake Up America Seminars, PO Box 273, Bellbrook, OH 45305
- Larry Wilson: We don’t have any new updates for Larry this week. If you haven’t received or read the June 2018 Wake Up Report, then here are the links to give you updates on his condition and his testimony in ministry:
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