God Protects

His Children

If you are a Child of God you can rest assured,
God is Protecting you.

Psalms 35:1

“PLEAD my cause, O LORD,
with them who strive with Me:
fight against them who fight against me.”

In Psalms 35 David is praying for Deliverance.
David has enemies that are making plans to
destroy him. His enemies are “laying nets” so
to speak for David to fall in. David asks the
Lord to let his tormentors fall in all the
traps they are preparing for Him.

Have you ever been done wrong by someone?
Have you ever had a person try to hurt you with
their words and or deeds?
If so this is a Bible study that can help
encourage you to be wise and strong through
this testing of your faith.

God is Protecting Us, even when others
are using their words or deeds to harm us.
As we continue to Love God and Keep our Faith
in what Jesus did for us at Calvary,
God will have our backs, and protect us.

Each and every person will at some time
in their lives will find themselves in a situation
when they will experience being done wrong
by another. We expect to see the world hurt
each other with words and deeds.
But it is another level when we see “Christians”
use their words and deeds to hurt or even
try to destroy their brothers and sisters in
the Lord.

As a Child of God we had better understand that God
will not just look the other way when His
Children use their words and deeds to hurt each other.
Everyday that the Lord gives us, we will all
make choices in this life.
We had better know that God watches each
and every action we choose to make and He
keeps a record and we will be known by
the fruit we bear in our lives.

David was being tormented and attacked by those
who said they loved and served God.
We could say David was being attacked by the
Church of his day. They rewarded David evil for
the good David did. They lied and said he had
done bad things that David never did. David
actually said that when his enemies were sick
he prayed for them and even fasted for them.
But when David experienced the adversities of life,
those he treated as a personal friend or brother,
rejoiced, when they saw or heard of his pain.
They gnashed upon David with their teeth and
talked, gossiped, and mocked his very life.


God has a message for those who yield up
their mouths to talk and gossip about
His Children. God has a message for all
of those who call themselves,
We are to know that there are consequences
for a heart that yields itself up to destroy
their brother and sisters in the Lord.
It does not matter what you may hear from
others about any individual. We as children of
God have no right to destroy a fellow believer.
Gossip is a sin. When we use our words or deeds to
hurt others, we will answer to God for those actions.
Also, there may be some that say they do not gossip
but they yield up their ears to hear the ugly lies,
this also is sin.

David says it quite clear in
Psalms 36: 1-4
“The transgression of the wicked
says within my heart, that there is no
fear of God before his eyes. For he flatters himself
in his own eyes, until his inquiry be found to be
hateful. The words of his mouth are iniquity
and deceit: he has left off to be wise,
and to do good. He devises mischief upon his
bed; he sets himself in a way that is not
good; he abhors not evil.”

The church of today has lost it’s
“Fear of the Lord”.

Every child of God needs to have
a heart and David had and say as David said,
“And My tongue shall speak of Your righteousness  
and of Your praise all the day long.”
Psalms 35:28

As we go to the Book of Matthew
we see Jesus addressing the
“Spiritual Leaders” of His Day.
Though they thought they were
speaking for God and the heart of
God, they were using their words
to actually send themselves to Hell.
The Pharisees
 (Church Leaders of that day)
actually said that Jesus cast out
devils in the name of Beelzebub,
the prince of devils.
There is no evidence that these
“Know It All”
“Preacher and or Leaders”
of that day ever got right
and ask Jesus to forgive them
of their foolish words.
They are most probably today
in hell and it is too late to
be forgiven of their words and deeds.

If you are reading this Bible Study,
you are still able to ask God to forgive you
if you have yielded up your mouth to hurt or
destroy another person. It is time to make
sure that your heart is right with God.
Do not try to justify your words or deeds
because of the downfalls and or mistakes
a brother or sister has made.
God will be the judge.
God is well able to look for a heart that
is ready and willing to go and help
His Children make things right.
God will use a Pastor, Sunday School Teacher,
or possibly a Christian Friend to pray and
help that person get up from their fall, and
get their hearts right with God.
God does not use ugly gossip and destructive
words and deeds that satan puts in minds of
idle so called “Christians” to set things right
in the lives of others.
If you think you can make heaven your home,
and not repent for such actions and deeds,
you are eternally wrong. You will stand before
God one day, and He will say,

“Not everyone who says unto Me,
Lord, Lord, shall enter into the
Kingdom of Heaven; but He who
does the
Will of My Father
which is in Heaven.
Many will say to Me in that day,
Lord, Lord, have we not Prophesied
in Your Name?  and in Your Name
have cast out devils? and in Your Name
done many wonderful works?
And then will I profess unto them,
I never knew you:
depart from Me,
you who work iniquity.”
Matthew 7:21-23

What kind of fruit will we produce with our
words and deeds?

Jesus told us to make our tree good or corrupt.
It is our call. What will we chose to do with the
life (tree) Jesus gave to us?
 Matthew 12:33-37

“Either make the tree good,
and his fruit good;
or else make the tree corrupt,
and his fruit corrupt:
for the tree is known by his fruit.
O generation of vipers,
how can you, being evil, speak of good things?
for out of the abundance of the heart
the mouth speaks.
A good man out of the good treasure of
the heart brings forth good things:
and an evil man out of the evil treasure
brings forth evil things.
But I say unto you,
That every idle word that men
shall speak,
they shall give account thereof
 in the day of judgement.

For by your words
you shall be justified,
and by your words
you shall be condemned.”

Again, just before Jesus said these words,
He addressed the Preachers/Pharisees of
His Day, that they spoke behind His Back.
Jesus knew their thoughts,
He know their hearts
 and the ugliness of
their words.

Let us also know that it does
not matter if we are Pastors,
Preachers, Evangelists, or Church Goers,
if we call ourself a Child of God,
and call ourself a Christian, we
need to remember,

God knows what we are thinking in our minds.
God knows what is in our hearts towards others.
Out of our heart our mouth speaks.

We will one day answer for the condition of our
hearts and the words and deeds of our mouths.

Sins of the heart are easy to mask and hide.
This is why these sins are so dangerous to the
 Child of God. Seemingly we can get away with
these sins and keep them under the
Spiritual radar of fellow believers.
Again let us remember God sees all.
Let us all use this
Bible Study to examine our own hearts and
minds and mouths.
Let us take our lives before the Lord
and ask Him to help us not to
hurt and or destroy others by our
 words and deeds.


Sister Joy loves that Old Song

“Be Careful Little Eyes What Your See”
O be careful little ears, what you hear
O be careful little ears, what you hear
For the Father up above is
He's looking down in love,
So, be careful little ears, what you hear.

O be careful, little tongue what you say
O be careful, little tongue what you say
For the Father up above
He's looking down in love
So, be careful little tongue what you say.

O be careful little hands what you do
O be careful little hands what you do
For the Father up above
He's looking down in love
So, be careful little hands what you do.