The Gathering

Last night at our Friday night fellowship we had a very special gathering. We meet at Rivendell Christian Fellowship to commune with our fellow Christians and share in the love that we all have for Christ. We had two very special speakers come last night, Grandfather Grey Bear and Grandmother White Dove. They are my family's spiritual grandparents. They spoke to us about ignoring the drugs of the world. I'm not talking about the kind of drugs that you shoot up or snort or smoke. I'm talking about the materialism of the world that people get so wrapped up in. We see the advertising. We see what our neighbors have. We see all of the stuff in the world that is so completely of the world that we get addicted to it like a crack hooked drug addict. We want it so badly that we become addicted to the thought of having it. It takes our focus off of what we need to focus on in these end times. We need to focus on Yeshua, Yahweh, Creator, Jesus!

Think about how much better the world would be if everyone focused on Jesus rather than the stuff of the world. If everyone was addicted to the Word, think about how much better we would be. I know I would be much better off if I focused on him, because I am as guilty as every other sinner in the world of being of the world. I don't want that anymore. I don't want my children to want that. I want to be free of the worldly addiction and become addicted to the Word and the Creator.

Last night we had Ramel and Wanda, Frank, Brian, my husband Kirby and our girls Madison and Alana like we usually have on Friday nights. Two friend's of my husband's and mine came, Jason and Miranda and their little son Liam. When I looked around our downstairs den at the faces around me I saw the very young and the not so young anymore. I saw the experienced Christians and the baby Christians. We all were together learning about the Creator and I thought to myself, this is just the beginning of making the world a better place. If all of us could take just some of Jesus, the anti-drug, out into the world we will make the world a better place.

Thank you Grandmother White Dove for your gift. I will always treasure it.

Until next time,



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