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Spontaneity

Or do you think lightly of the riches of His kindness and forbearance and patience, not knowing that the kindness of God leads you to repentance.  Romans 2:4 NASB

Photo courtesy of pixabay.Spontaneous worship and feasting together led to boisterous fellowship.

While on a ministry trip to Cambodia, I was invited to teach an English class on reading and writing to students whose first language was Khmer. Fifteen students met with me every evening for an hour, and this night was the graduation of their first year studies.

As each student arrived by motorbike, on foot, or by open taxis called Put- Puts, cheers of greetings erupted from those already in the room. As they waited for others to arrive, one student composed a psalm on a scrap of paper. As others read the words, they broke out into an unrestrained song of praise. 

That evening, two students who were unsure of their place in the Kingdom accepted Jesus as their Saviour.

Loving Jesus and one another comes from a surrendered and repentant heart which leads others into the kingdom of God.

If you doubt your position with Jesus, take a step of faith and say yes to His offer of salvation today.

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Rusty Lang

Rusty A Lang is an author pseudonym for Marlene A Morphew. Schooled in brokenness, Marlene has served the Christian church internationally for over forty years. Her passion is for people to be released into the Kingdom of God, living a natural supernatural life for Jesus Christ. Living in Australia, she can be followed on Facebook and through a regular blog on her website, www.rustyalang.com. Her books Good Things Take Time: Metamorphosis of a Damaged Soul and Timeless Treasures: Digging for Gold Daily may be ordered directly from her website in Australia or from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.