There were 11 authorities who came today. 3 from CNA, 3 from the Procurduria for the nation, 2 from Catholic Charities & 3 physicians! Their idea is that all children need to be with their parents. It is sad but God will intervene. One thing they wanted to know is where do the finances come from.

A grandson, my namesake, has been suffering from a rheumatic heart. This is so serious and I beg your prayers for him.

The seniors praying with Professor ByronWhen we come to Jesus He promises in Matthew 11:28-20 that He will invite us if we are weary and also an invitation to find rest for ourselves.

First there is rest for our physical body (v 28) Jesus knew what labor was. He was a carpenter. He called fishermen, shepherds and farmers. He offers you and me His strength. We find strength in worship. We are refreshed and strengthened when we praise and worship in His presence.

Second there is a rest for our emotions (v 28). Worry makes me tired. Worry robs me of energy. Worry affects me physically, emotionally and spiritually. We must cast our cares on Him (I Peter 5:7). He gives peace to our worried bodies (John 14:27). His peace will guard our hearts (Philippians 4:6-8). His grace is sufficient for all our needs (II Corinthians 12:9).

Third there is a rest for our spirit man. (v 29). “You shall find peace for your soul”. When we come to Jesus He works on our inner man. Spiritual activity can be exhausting. Praying, praising, worshipping, reading and studying His Word will wear you out. You need refreshing.

Quit trying to be spiritually perfect. It is not your works. It is about your resting in Jesus.