In Case of Emergency

And sent Timotheus, our brother, and minister of God, and our fellow laborer in the gospel of Christ, to establish you, and to comfort you concerning your faith: That no man should be moved by these afflictions: for yourselves know that we are appointed thereunto” (I-Thessalonians 3:2-3).

Paul is not able to visit Thessalonica so he sends Timothy instead. Affliction is part of life. Sometimes circumstances afflict us; sometimes other people afflict us; sometimes we afflict ourselves. In the midst of affliction, we need encouragement. Paul writes that he sent Timothy to visit the Thessalonians “to establish and encourage” them because of their afflictions. Paul feared for their spiritual well-being. When we see others in the midst of affliction, we should be quick to encourage them. Rebuke, exhortation, counsel, and instruction all have their time and place, but encouragement is one of the most powerful ministries on earth. 

There are two types of emergencies, physical and spiritual, sooner or later everyone has to come face-to-face with one or the other. I have seen instances where people had to deal with both at the same time. Some time we need words of encouragement from family, friends and-or  a good neighbor, but there is nothing like a word from on High. My sincere desire to establish and urge you, my fellow-laborers in kingdom work, led me to this list of emergency Scriptures. They can be found throughout The Holy Bible, God’s instruction manual for every circumstance and human condition we have to deal with in our daily life. These verses are quite effective and I encourage you to use them as needed to relieve whatever ails you. Share them with a friend. When:

You are facing danger, phone: Psalm 92                                                                                     You feel as though God is far from you, phone:Psalm 139
You are alone and scared, phone:
Psalm 23
You are worried, phone: Matthew 8:19-34
You are hurt and critical, phone: I-Corinthians 13
You wonder about Christianity, phone:
II-Corinthians 5:15-18                                             You are sad, phone: John 14
You have sinned, phone:
Psalm 51

You are depressive, phone: Psalm 27                                                                                               You are losing hope, phone: Psalm 126
You lose faith in humanity, phone:
I-Corinthians 13                                                                       You feel like an outcast, phone: Romans 8:9-39
You are seeking peace, phone:
Matthew 11:25-30                                                                      You feel the world is small compared to you, phone: Psalm 19                                             You need Christ like insurance, phone: Romans 8:1-30
You are leaving home for a trip , phone:
Psalm 121


You are praying for yourself, phone:
Psalm 87
You require courage for a task, phone:
Joshua 1                                                                       You want to carry fruit, phone: John 15
Money and finances are hogging your thoughts, phone:
Mark 10:17-19
Your bank account is empty, phone:
Psalm 37                                                                          Your faith needs stimulation, phone: Hebrews 11
It looks like people are unfriendly, phone:
John 15                                                                       It feels as if the world is bigger than God, phone: Psalm 90
People have failed you, phone:
Psalm 27  

**Alternate Numbers                                                                                                                    Paul’s secret for happiness, phone: Colossians 3:12-17                                                               To get along with other people, phone: Romans 12                                                                  With big opportunity-discovery, phone: Isaiah 55
For dealing with fear, phone:
Psalm 47
For security, phone:
Psalm 121:3
For assurance, phone:
Mark 8:35
For reassurance, phone:
Psalm 145:18

All these numbers may be phoned directly, NO operator assistance is necessary. ALL lines to heaven are available 24-hours a day. FEED your faith and doubt will starve to death.

“He that dwells in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty” “Psalms 91:1). I learned to appreciate this verse of Psalms 91 from my Aunt Holly she referred to it as God’s 9-1-1. She pointed it out to me at my Uncle Ellis’ funeral, her Brother. “Grady,” she said “when you feel like you just can’t make it always turn to God and read Psalms 91:1,” I followed her advice. God loves us and Jesus died for us, the Holy Spirit rest and abides with us and His grace is sufficient for us. Be blessed until the blessed call you blessed and bless someone in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Grady Norman Greene, Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Our Christ

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I am a "Man of God, With No Regrets" in service to Him through service to His people as a Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Our Christ. I pray to the Father: "Lord let me live in service to You, die in peace with You, and be raised up in Christ Jesus to be spend Eternity with You." Amen. Grady Norman Greene Presiding Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Our Christ The Third Cross Congregation of Jesus Our Christ
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