I got married in May 08 and my husband is working in kuwait. He left after a month of our marriage. He is unable to take me in kuwait so we want to live together here in Goa. He wants to come back home but his company is not giving his passport back to him even thou they have said he can go. Its been 2 months he is struggling to come home. Please pray for us as we want to live together as we vowed in the church. I need my husband alot and I love him like mad.
Posted By :- Mrs. Mary N Fernandes
Remember; Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal. ~
As they led him away, they seized Simon from Cyrene , who was on his way in from the country, and put the cross on him and made him carry it behind Jesus.† Luke 23:27
Everyone in this world will have a defining moment in their lives.† No one can predict what that defining moment will be.† For some, it will be the loss of a job, a life altering illness, loss of a loved one, or in the case of Simon of Cyrene, just being at a certain place at a certain time.
So often, there will be nothing that we have or havenít done that has created this defining moment, but it will be something that by its very nature will ultimately change the course of our life.† More often than not, there will be several significant events in our lifetimes that will mold and shape us along the way.
The word of God tells us that each of us has our own cross to bear.† The size and the weight of the cross will be different for each of us.† Now, I am not referring to a cross in a literal sense, but rather figuratively.† The cross is symbolic of our journey through life.
The cross is representative of the trials and tribulations that we will be faced with along the way.† Family, finances, health issues, and just plain old living are some of the crosses we carry.† Some, we carry very easily while others weigh us down.† Some we donít mind carrying, while others we wish we could just be rid of.
Lifeís reality is this; it is what it is.†
Our crosses in life are necessary for our spiritual and physical development.† And sometimes, our crosses are necessary so that others can see the Spirit of God working in our lives.† Whatever the reason for your cross, remember,
Jesus said it best; anyone who does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me.