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      Please Remember Jim Bublitz in Prayer

      Tuesday, July 22, 2008

      I'm afraid the words I have to share now will not do this subject justice. I know I don't have adequate words that can express the gratitude I have and the impact Jim Bublitz and his blog have had on my life. When I was wallowing in the "mega-church megalomania mentality" during that stint, his blog was instrumental in showing me the errors of the movement and how I had strayed off from what the Bible actually teaches. For that, I am forever, eternally grateful. Recently Jim posted a piece on his website that you can read here that explains that he has to shut down Oldtruth.com due to "Non Alcoholic Cirrhosis of the Liver" which will require a liver transplant in order to survive beyond the next several years. Needless to say, I am saddened, but I know that God's will and purpose is perfect. All things work together to those who love Him and are called according to His purpose. Jim meets both these criteria thanks to God's grace alone. Though we may not understand why certain things happen to us, we must never confuse eternity with this temporary life full of struggles and hardships. I am sure Jim understands this at this very moment and would actually be the one reminding me of this first if we had spoken since the announcement. He is that kind of person. Please keep Jim and his family in your prayers.

      HT: Ingrid at Slice

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