Thursday, July 14

What Does Your Hairbrush Look Like?

What do you use when on servant’s knees?
What does your “hairbrush” look like?

“Your attitude must be like My own, for I, the Messiah, did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give My life as a ransom for many.”
(Matt. 20:28 TLB)

7 Responses
  1. Very profound!! Praise GOD!!! Thank You Lord!

  2. I've heard this so many times, and it still makes me cry! I always wonder if I had been in her place in that airport and heard those words, would I have done it. I just don't know. Would you have, Lynn? :)

  3. My hairbrush looks like a little round black full of hair in the bathroom upon a shelf mess. I pull the hair out once a week whether it needs it or not. LOL
    I had long beautiful hair but in 2001 I suffered a shock and lost it all. It is thin now and has never grown back full as it was or as shiny. I know one day in heaven God will give me back my lovely long red hair...thick and shiny....but until then, sometimes I cry...I want my hair back so badly. It was my beauty point and so for years I have not felt pretty. But still...yes...I am on the same plane as Beth is. When God tells me to do something, I usually am gung hO to do it....unless like that...who knows...but HE told me to wash a man's feet in church a month ago and a week ago we had a baptismal service. I heard God say to me..."nows a great time to do a foot washing too" and I told the pastor what I heard the Lord tell me and the man came up and I got to obey God...when it was finished the man said...God is about to give you your dreams and I cried...Yesterday for my Editor put my cover of my book on FB for all to see and show off on my birthday....My dreams are coming true...Thank God I heard and obeyed....humble yourself and HE WILL LIFT YOU UP! Joyce Day Guy

  4. lynnmosher Says:

    Very humbling, isn't it? Thanks, Kimberly!

  5. lynnmosher Says:

    Oh, Kristin! I have failed a couple of times in not obeying that nudge to do something for someone and I have kicked myself for years. I have learned to act on those gentle whispers of service. But that doesn't guarantee I would do this. I would like to think I would.

  6. lynnmosher Says:

    Joyce, I am so sorry, sweetie, for your hair loss and condition. I'm in tears for you. I know you are beautiful despite the hair loss. I can tell from here! May the Lord bless you with your heart's desire!

  7. Thanks Lynn. I just love Beth Moore. I've done many of her Bible studies and remember when she told that story. What a great lesson for all of us, Amen? May we all have ears to hear when our Lord speaks...

    Have you read my new post about the Potter? Have a blessed rest of the Lord's Day :)