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Hello my name is Jerral Campfield and this web site is dedicated to Moral Recognition Therapy using Biblical principles. Please come back often to join me in understanding Gods hands are outstretched still to forgive.

Psalm 102  E-mail
Contributed by Jerral Campfield   
Thursday, 10 February 2005
Feb. 10-05 Here we are into another area of my life beginning to work the web and I trust the Lord that he will guide and lead us all into the Promised Land of His mercy and Grace. Life seems to be the same as it was in the beginning for we are all tempted just as Adam and Eve were tempted in the Garden of Eden. We see, but what do we see? We look at it long enough and want , or desire to be like God, having the ability to do our thing. The desire pushes us to take what ever we are looking at, because it is good. The next or fourth step is we give to someone else, for them to enjoy. If what we see is wrong, the very next thing we do is hid. We are ashamed and do not want to be caught in the act of hurting the Lord who created us to walk in the truth. Not my truth, His truth is the only truth that sets us free.Lets commit our lives to the Lord again this day, to reach out in love to those that are hurting and give them a word of testimony of Gods grace and mercy. His hands are outstretched still and no one is to heavy laden with sin, that He canít pick up and give a new purpose. Not wanting to see wrong, but seeing what is positive in this negative world we are living in. Psalms 102 Hear my prayer, O Lord, hide not thy face from me in the day when I am in trouble, hear me as I cry out two be forgiven again this day for all the wickedness I see. Help me to not be consumed like smoke. Even my bones feel the pain of what is going on around me this day. My heart is smitten and withered like grass, and many times I groan for the hurts I might of caused others in the walk of faith. I am watching to make sure that I do not let the enemy have an inch, for I know he will take a mile. I go into the enemies camp and many just do not want to know the truth, but Lord you are lifting me up and not putting me down. I do not have to hid but need to become transparent , because you the same yesterday today and forever, looking over your chosen people. The time of your favor is coming and I want to be ready and trust all who are reading this this morning are also ready for the Judgment day. Blessing to you and have your eyes fixed upon Jesus, He see what you sees and desires we follow Him all the days of our lives.

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