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SOMMER FAMILY BLESSING

Welcome to the blog for Linda Sommer.

My Blog will cover three subjects:

WORD FROM THE LORD, FAMILY, and MINISTRY.

WORD FROM THE LORD
Every day I spend time with the Lord in the morning and He speaks to my heart words that are encouraging, exhorting and sometimes rebuking.

At first, I felt not to share these words with others, but then I realized I am just one of His followers. There are many people who need a word daily from the Lord, but they do not have the time to seek Him. This is why I decided to share the words I received from time to time. The messages are in first person as the the Lord relayed them to my spirtual ears.

FAMILY
We have three sons and nine grandchildren. There is something new happening all the time in the Sommer family. I will post some of these events of interest.

MINISTRY
Tom and I have traveled the world. To find out more about our ministry you may consult our webpage -
http://www.voiceofthesword.com/.
I will keep you updated on future speaking enagements and ministry developments.


Tuesday, April 1, 2014

PLEASANT

I know that one of your goals daily is to be  pleasant to others.  This will only happen as you yield to My Spirit moment by moment.  Unpleasant things happen during a day's time, and often you will meet unpleasant people.  When this happens try not to react immediately.  When you are hasty with your words, you will usually be under the influence of your flesh instead of My Spirit.

Paul exhorted believers to be kind to one another and tenderhearted.  It might be well for you to look up all the references in My Word that have the phrase, "one another."  This will give you a clear picture of how I want you to treat others.

Ask My Spirit to remind you when you deal with an unpleasant person that I died to forgive them of their sins as well as yours.  My love is shed abroad in your heart by My Holy Spirit.  Let My love flow from your heart to others, and you will succeed in your goal to be pleasant to people and even your desire to be pleasant when you experience unpleasant situations.

ROMANS 5:5

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