One-Liner June 20, 2008



Dear Family and Friends
I was hungry, and you gave Me food.  I was thirsty and you gave Me drink.  I was a stranger, and you took Me in”. “…Inasmuch as you did it to one of these, the least of My brethren, you do to Me” (Mt.25:35, 40) 
We were like the boy (above) helpless in our need of salvation. Jesus identified Himself with us and met our need by the sacrifice of Himself on the cross. So also He puts us in situations with others who have needs, spiritual or material! Our response to them is our response to HIM.
We have a practical God who allows us to participate in His provision to others, following the leading of the Holy Spirit.
Remember the old song?  “If you’re ever in a JAM, here I AM.  If you’re ever up a TREE, look for ME.  If you’re ever in a MESS, just S.O.S.  It’s friendship, FRIENDSHIP, just a perfect BLENDSHIP.  When other friendships have been FORGOT, ours will still be HOT.  A ricky-ticky tum tum tum”.
“Enjoying Haiku Insight Out”                              Unpublished Work
                                                              Copyright    2008 by Charles Gyurko
Sitting in a boat,
Jesus taught the crowds His Word,
Rippling graces flowed.
A WORK of the Lord in Japan.
The photo above shows a homeless child asleep on a street in Mongolia. Five years ago, CFN-Japan Bible School students on an Overseas Outreach, had the opportunity to share the riches of God’s Word and to show the practical love of Jesus with others in that nation.  
The students ministered in schools, orphanages (photos above), in churches, and on the street. They brought back glowing reports of responses to the Truths of the Gospel, and to the Love of Jesus expressed. With the Olympics starting on 08-08-08, let’s pray for Mongolia and all of China, and that students at CFN-Japan continue to grow in Christ through their Outreach in July within Japan.
Standing together with you looking to the Lord,
Charles and Dianne Gyurko