Tbt…anniversary cake (1983)

 Remember the moments in life that bolster your covenant agreements…God, too, asks for our faith to be firm in Him. He remembers Israel over and over. He remembers the oppressed remnant over and over. He is ready to act on behalf of His kingdom come but are we willing to place our faith firmly in the trustworthy One? Put a picture in your virtual wallet today of Father God’s love for you (replace one that has kept you believing a lie). Father, we believe it when you say we are worth a Son to you!-Teresa

Isaiah 7:1-9 (NLT)
7 “When Ahaz, son of Jotham and grandson of Uzziah, was king of Judah, King Rezin of Syria[c] and Pekah son of Remaliah, the king of Israel, set out to attack Jerusalem. However, they were unable to carry out their plan.

2 The news had come to the royal court of Judah: “Syria is allied with Israel[d] against us!” So the hearts of the king and his people trembled with fear, like trees shaking in a storm.
3 Then the Lord said to Isaiah, “Take your son Shear-jashub[e] and go out to meet King Ahaz. You will find him at the end of the aqueduct that feeds water into the upper pool, near the road leading to the field where cloth is washed.[f] 4 Tell him to stop worrying. Tell him he doesn’t need to fear the fierce anger of those two burned-out embers, King Rezin of Syria and Pekah son of Remaliah. 5 Yes, the kings of Syria and Israel are plotting against him, saying, 6 ‘We will attack Judah and capture it for ourselves. Then we will install the son of Tabeel as Judah’s king.’ 7 But this is what the Sovereign Lord says:
“This invasion will never happen;
    it will never take place;

8 for Syria is no stronger than its capital, Damascus,

    and Damascus is no stronger than its king, Rezin.

As for Israel, within sixty-five years

    it will be crushed and completely destroyed.

9 Israel is no stronger than its capital, Samaria,

    and Samaria is no stronger than its king, Pekah son of Remaliah.

Unless your faith is firm,

    I cannot make you stand firm.”

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