Saturday, November 17, 2007

A Passing Thought

I am currently in between meetings, in fact, waiting to get picked up and taken to the second meeting of the day. I had a thought last night, that has stayed with me through the day, and just wanted to share it before I had to leave. I will post something more substantial Monday afternoon, since the drive to tomorrow morning's meeting, and not knowing if I will find a computer where I'm going, keep me from promising any posts of note for tomorrow.
The thought that has been with me all day, is that the vine can survive without the branches, but the branches cannot survive without the vine!
If we are in fellowship with God, it should be a reason to rejoice, not to act as though we are doing God a favor. We are an extention of Christ, and it is through Christ and by Christ that we are able to produce fruit, and that we are able to feel fellowship with God. Make your moments of fellowship, your moments of intimacy with Christ precious, for they are.

With love in Christ,

Michael Boldea Jr.


Anonymous said...

Greetings and blessings in Christ Jesus, we listened carefully to the radio program with Dan Catlin and when you were referring to America in Rev.18 and Jeremiah 51 you said that another event connected to Rev.18 would occur in a year and a month. That reminded us of Haggai chapter 2. Would it be the serpent and eagle vision and perhaps the day the horses come in fury? What a glorious Redeemer we have! Gary and Joyce

Ruthabi said...

Absolutly correct...we would die without being apart of the vine.Cut off with no sustinance no life giving water running in the branches.It would be as a body in the dessert with no water in sight.There were times in my life where spiritual sustinance was hard to find so I did what all who look for nurishment should do 'seek and ye shall find,knock and the door shall be opened'Oh Father God may we always stay taped(grafted)in to the true vine,and bare much fruit.Blessing to all who seek the risen Savior.Michael continue to be that becon of hope and may the Lord our God continue to give strength

Anonymous said...

Lord Jesus, True vine of God. No more a branch dried up,no more unfruitful, I am pruned and now I bear.
Favorite words to my song

A Seed Sower said...

Update on Ebony Dixon in Australia: Her recovery after being hit by a bus is nothing short of miraculous all Praise to Jesus the Lord! She has had all tubes removed, has walked the hospital corridor, has climbed up and down a few steps, is talking and eating.
Thank you to all who have prayed
God Bless you all
Helen B

Elm Street Chapel said...


And if the branches do not bear fruit, what good are they....only to be burned.

God bless,

Anonymous said...




Anonymous said...

That's wonderful to hear Helen. That's for the update.
God Bless,

Anonymous said...

John 15:5
“I am the vine, you are the branches. He who abides in Me, and I in him, bears much fruit;

for without Me you can do nothing.

Anonymous said...

Praise The Lord for His Mercy and Grace!!
What a wonderful way to see His Glory shown to us through Ebony Dixon in Australia!

Thank You Lord!

Anonymous said...


What wonderful news, and what a fitting post to hear it on! Ebony is surely a grafted branch that God is tending and caring for. Only our Creator and Redeemer could pull someone through an event like this.

Thank you for keeping us updated.

Mrs. Pugh

Elm Street Chapel said...

Thank God that He has heard our prayers and reached down from heaven to touch you granddaughter, Ebony.

Thank you Lord for your faithfulness.

In Him,