The Whistling Kettle.

Whisteling Kettle

I love the way the kettle blows. It just doesn’t feel right if I don’t wait for its whistle to assure me that my water is ready. I hate lukewarm tea and with a passion. I just want to spit it out. What’s the point? I either want my tea piping hot of ice cold.  No in between. When I think of this, I’m reminded of the Bible verse that says,” I know all the things you do, that you are neither hot nor cold. I wish that you were one or the other. But since you are like lukewarm water, neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out my mouth.”

I’m guilty of being lukewarm. Allowing people and stress to get the best of me.  Medicating problems with every and anything but God. Guilty! Yep. Me. Guilty. Those habits….

How about you? If so, let’s touch and agree for one another.

Can we pray for one another?

Heavenly Father,
Thank you for your word. I’m guilty of being lukewarm. I confess my sins before you. I confess………….,  Help me to walk upright. Help me to do right. Help me to live with integrity. Thank you for forgiving me. Thank you for healing me. I love you Abba Father. In Jesus name we pray. Amen.

Can we pray for one another?


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