The Prophecy of Simeon 12-24-20

Greetings everyone. The word “Prophecy” popped into my spirit today. What an awesome God we serve. He allowed us another day to not only spread the gospel but also continue to grow through studying and teaching. Give Him a huge praise today as we sit on the door step on the eve of the birth celebration of the SON.

Today’s Prayer

Father, I come before you this morning in behalf of my brothers and sisters in Christ. I ask by the power of the Holy Ghost that dwells inside us, that You would put a hedge of protection around our homes and property today and I ask that warrior angels would be placed to stand guard at any holes that might be in that hedge. *Holes in the hedge can be caused by yet to be dealt with sin, trauma or wounding in the lives of the people who dwell in the home. . In the name of Jesus I pray, Amen.

Let’s eat.

The Prophecy of Simeon

Luke 2:25-34

25. That day a man named Simeon, a Jerusalem resident, was in the Temple. He was a good man, very devout, filled with the Holy Spirit and constantly expecting the Messiah to come soon.

26. For the Holy Spirit had revealed to him that he would not die until he had seen him–God’s anointed King.

27. The Holy Spirit had impelled him to go to the Temple that day; and so, when Mary and Joseph arrived to present the baby Jesus to the Lord in obedience to the law,

28. Simeon was there and took the child in his arms, praising God.

29. “Lord,” he said, “now I can die content! For I have seen him as you promised me I would. I have seen the Savior you have given to the world.

32. He is the Light that will shine upon the nations, and he will be the glory of your people Israel!”

33. Joseph and Mary just stood there, marveling at what was being said about Jesus.

34. Simeon blessed them but then said to Mary, “A sword shall pierce your soul, for this child shall be rejected by many in Israel, and this to their undoing. But he will be the greatest joy of many others. And the deepest thoughts of many hearts shall be revealed.”

Quote of the Day

Prayer changes things–and people. I have found that out so many times but I often wonder how God puts up with me with all my faults and failures. Surely He must have INFINITE patience to put up with all of us who make such blunders as we try to represent Him in this hell-raising world, and to be perfectly frank, ‘We ain’t seen nuthin’ yet’  – Anonymous





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Written by Glenn Sterrett, Founder and CEO of the GCKRS™ Helping Hand Foundation.

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  1. Joyce Watt

    Praise God! An awesome word. Thank you!
    To God belong all the glory. May He continue to bless you, your family and your ministry richly for His glory.


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