I’m Jack, the reading Rabbit Posted bySaraMay 26, 2020July 7, 2020Posted inShort Story Reading the Big BookI’m, Jack the reading Jack RabbitMy first reading was found in a book called John and going by Chapters I’m reading from Chapter three and verse sixteen.What an awesome story for a Jack Rabbit to read.“God loved the world” my world is nested in fields and meadows!My personality is best described as, curious, careful, anxious.I was discovered by an on looker and invited to join the school of Rabbit learning in a garden that has talking heads. The sunflowers are called baby doll heads. They bobble up and down and smile big in the round. I feel so at home in this garden. I’m assigned a special chair and my learning book. My first assignment reads;“No one has ever seen God.God the only Son,who is at the Father’s side,has made God known.”—John 1:18 (CEB)I’m studying and told I will have new friends here to hop on with some clarification for my curious, careful and anxious mind. And, big ears on alert! 📚🖌Jack Rabbit Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Jack the reading Rabbit I am delighted to meet you and would be grateful to be one of your friends! You look like a very studious Rabbit studying important subjects from the Big Book. And you must hear some very stimulating conversations with the “talking heads”.
I am very interested in your first assignment and enjoyed reading along with you. It brought to mind something I read about “God the only Son”. Apparently, someone called Phillip was a studious learner under Him and He said to him one day, “The person who has seen me has seen the Father.” I guess that was one way He “has made God known”.
Looking forward to hearing more from you and your studies Jack!
Hey Debi, thanks for Class help. I think I’v got your point maybe, let’s think, to know God, the Father, You must know His Son and to know Him is to work on a getting to know Him through all this long history recorded in this Big Book, the Bible. It has book in book! Lot of friends to learn about in our book. Now we are being introduced to Phillip. Right? That’s not your son is it?
I have a question for you, do you think God, the Father understands where I dwell, fields and meadows? Teacher, Lady Landlord has confirmed a truth I know well. When I’m dwelling in the fields I bathe in a glowing warm light that is a beauty only a field can show.
And, as you might imagine 😊 Yeap she found a writing in her big book to Say it! WOW!
“Do you not say, ‘It is still four months until the harvest comes?’ Look, I say to you, raise your eyes and look at the fields and see, they are white for harvest.” (John 4:35) My ears are up to ask my question, who said that?
She told me all about Space X that she is watching and hoping to see a big take off into the earth’s atmosphere today at 4:30 PM. Two astronauts riding high. She chats on and on about it. Saying it’s computerized, it’s history, it’s the greatest invention by man, etc etc. She even has A red car in front of her house right now that runs like that. She really loves great inventions given to humans.
Then she says, Jack, our reading Rabbit, always remember this, Space X is great but a field white for harvest has a Light that shines eternally and no human can put it out. It’s a story we must share here in our class. I’m going to un-chair and rest a bit to get back to this chore. 📚✏️🥕
Jack the reading Rabbit, your understanding and my understanding are the same on what you said, “to know God, the Father, You must know His Son and to know Him is to work on a getting to know Him through all this long history recorded in this Big Book, the Bible.”
No, Jack, the Phillip I was speaking about was not my son but one of His Son’s disciples listed in the book Mark 3:18 in the Big Book.
Jack, you asked me, “do you think God, the Father understands where I dwell, fields and meadows?”
Yes, He must, because you, a field dweller, are His and He made the fields (book of Proverbs 8, verse 26).
“I know every bird on the mountains, and all the animals of the field are mine.” Psalm 50:11
Lady Landlord really answered your question about fields and those who dwell there and made it real clear for all of us friends to understand.
“Do you not say, ‘It is still four months until the harvest comes?’ Look, I say to you, raise your eyes and look at the fields and see, they are white for harvest.” (John 4:35)”
You wanted to know who said that writing that Lady Landlord found in her big Book?
Well, the way I read it is that God’s Son said it.
Sounds like Lady Landlord loves inventions ( I sure enjoyed reading about them) and understands the really important one that God the Father invented…that eternal Light.
Thanks for working so hard and taking so much of your time today, Jack the reading Rabbit, to keeps us abreast of all this Good News. You really do deserve a little rest!
Debi, do you wear reading glasses like Lady Tammy? 👓 You sure found some important answers. I sure like the one you found in Psalm 50:11. I’m a field dweller and I have the same owner as you. Is that right?
Jack the reading Rabbit, yes, I wear reading glasses like Lady Tammy.
Jack you said/asked: “I’m a field dweller and I have the same owner as you. Is that right?”
Yes. that is right, Jack. Awhile back, Lady Landlord shared a valuable truth about us having the same Owner, God the Father. She found it in the 36th book of Psalms, verse 6.
I will put on my reading glasses and read it to you. “You care for people and animals alike, O LORD.”
Welcome to the daily lily “Jack, the reading rabbit”. I want to be your friend and learn with you, from this big book called the Bible. I was interested in your first reading from the book of John, chapter 3, verse 16. I believe the verse said “God loves the world”. You know, Jack, I had to get my big book, the Bible and read the whole verse and look what I found out….(NLT) “ For God loved the world so much that he gave his one and only son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life.” Jack, did I read and see this verse correctly? God gave his ONLY son? Jack, I’ve often heard that eating carrots 🥕 is good for your eye sight, and I see you sitting there in that pretty blue chair, reading your big book without any glasses on 🤓. At my age, I have to wear some reading glasses. I need your help to see if my glasses have helped me read this verse correctly?
Hey Tammy, just heard you knew how to pronounce J.A.C.K. without a dictionary. Your Daddy and I share names. His name means, “God is gracious.“ And, I heard he loves singing and could whistle out great tunes. We Rabbits love whistlers because they are our field concerts. Our tickets are free like our rent.🎼😇
About your glasses 👓 I’m sure glad you found where you left them and put them on for these readings. These readings are real, real important. You read it exactly like my book says, and, carrots help a lot for eye sight and, look, are your glasses on?😎 “Carrots 🥕🥕🥕are a particularly good source of beta carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium, and antioxidants. They also have a number of health benefits. They’re a weight-loss-friendly food and have been linked to lower cholesterol levels and improved eye health.”
Now before I snack again I want to share about my learning while meditating on our shared passage from the Book of John chapter 3, verse 16. First, I felt the emotion of danger close by, like where will I hide from unfriendly company. Tammy, Look 👀 close, quietly, thoughtfully. What happens when, “everyone does not believes?”
Jack, the reading rabbit, ( taking a lunch break at work and thought I would hop on again) I sure do know how to pronounce Jack. You do share my precious daddy’s name, and guess what Jack, the reading rabbit? My daddy has been in a rehab nursing facility for a while now getting much needed rehab, due to a stroke he suffered, but today he will be going home! 😍 We are thankful for that and ask for continued prayers for him and family, in the days ahead.🙏 You heard right, Jack the reading rabbit, my daddy does love music 🎶 🎼 🎵. Hay, Jack, thanks for clarifying that my glasses didn’t fail me on this very important verse. Thanks for your health tip on nutrition. It sounds like I may need to include more carrots 🥕 in my diet. 🥰
Lady Tammy, you have Lady Landlord crying. She says “tears of joy” for Jack her friend of many years. She is talking away to God, The Father about the joy of Mr Jack going home to see his family.
Thank you for reporting this great news and friends say they will timely hop on the prayer trail. LL says, this is living
words in action from our study book. I had to turn some pages to see those words. Acts 2:42 recorded, “They were continually devoting themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.”
I’v learned a lot about prayer today. 🙏🏻 Whoa! Thanks for joining me for a lunch break to fellowship, pray and learn. And, LL said, Mr Jack is a good man. ♥️
Don’t forget your carrots🥕🥕 and glasses 👓🕶and big book on our next meeting.📚🖌♥️ Jack, the Reading Rabbit
Extra Note, LL said carrot cake 🥕🥕and carrot smoothies are good also🥕🥕🥕
Jack, you’ve asked, “what happens when everyone does not believe”. From what I read in the Bible, Jack, are they condemned, perish? Jack, I read this in the Bible; “ John 3:16-20 New International Version (NIV)
16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. 17 For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him. 18 Whoever believes in him is not condemned, but whoever does not believe stands condemned already because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son. ” Jack, are my glasses 🤓 failing me this time?
Jack the Reading Rabbit, I am agreeing with you on thanks to Lady Tammy for reporting that great news!!!
Yes, you are absolutely right…”friends say they will timely hop on the prayer trail.”
I am hopping for joy and hopping on the “prayer trail” with my friends.
Lady Tammy, your instructions are breathtaking. You change your way of thinking and living to join the family of faith in God, the Father by accepting His Son By faith or you live condemned and and receive the results of your choice.
👀🕯🥕 👓seems to be in perfect order and hope will come to many by your obedience of truth 💊💊💊
Arise and shine for light had come 🕯🕯🕯
Thank you, Jack the reading rabbit, for clarifying my reading of the Bible. Oh Jack, Jesus didn’t want anyone to be condemned or perish, did he? Jack, by what you have said above: ….“by accepting His Son by faith”… it’s sound like everyone is free to choose a life of being condemned or not. Jack, do you think we can find some verses in the Bible that tells us more about this? 🤓🥕🙏
👀👓😎🤓 Hey Friends, Lady Landlord had me get my Book out so we could talk about 🥕🥕🥕 and 👀👀👀. You ask her a question and she wants to weave the question into a tapestry of living life.
Matthew 6:22, now before you get to far along with Matthew remember he handles money. He’s a tax collector. Now that sounds like money. She thinks you will understand. I don’t have or need money for my living or schooling.
“The eye is the lamp of the body. 👀So, if your eye is healthy,🥕🥕 your whole body will be full of light, 🕯🕯🕯but if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light in you is darkness, how great is the darkness!
24) No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and money.” (Matthew 6) Thats a difficult 💊💊 to swallow because somebody has to buy those 🥕🥕🥕✏️📚🍦🌼
Now LL rescued the fright in me of not having 🥕🥕🥕 She said Matthew is not dangling a 🥕🥕🥕 in our eyes to deprive us but to show us how to discover the color of Love in all its shades.
Now that’s a hard choice when all one can see with these eyes feasting on 🥕🥕🥕for eye health and now I can’t be glutton and forget the creator that made it all possible. Or, Be ungrateful to the provider like gardeners and suppliers. I’d starting to see more clearly day by day as I make new friends that are the seeds of faith to make me a gardener in this big great book, the Bible. WOW! Do you understand my thinking?
Jack, you seem to really be putting your gardening skills to work. Looks like Lady Landlord has given you a lot of tools. You are digging, planting, watering and getting your friends involved too.
I guess “if your eye is bad” like Lady Landlord talked about from the big Book, then you can’t see. And if we can’t see, then we won’t be able to “discover the color of Love in all its shades” because it takes healthy eyes to see color, don’t you think?
I read in the big Book that “The entrance of Your words gives light “ (Ps. 119:130)
Maybe if we are focusing our eyes on and about money, buying, spending, etc, rather than on searching and reading the big Book, and listening to the wisdom words from Lady Landlord about it like you do, we get deprived of light, can’t see and our lamp goes dark.
Do you think if we could do like you do, Jack, we would find ourselves serving God with our money, not serving the money?
You also talked about being ‘ungrateful.’ I read something in one of Lady Landlord’s books, “The Four Bees” (she understands too about gardening and bees) that may help us with gratitude, which in turn may help us, “discover the color of Love in all its shades”.
She told us we need to “change our attitude”. She went on to say, “I have heard it said that sometimes our attitudes do not smell so good and at times do not look so good. We may need to reframe our thinking. You can be a spiritual surgeon to your attitude and do major surgery on it. Our Lord told us to be thankful. (Psalm 105:1; Psalm 95:2) That is house rule #1. He had a good reason for telling us that, for attitude comes from gratitude or another way, gratitude is an attitude. Your attitude is changed by the measure of thankfulness and gratefulness and faithfulness that you possess. Whatever measure of gratitude and thankfulness you have will be manifested in your attitude.”
That change might help us not to“ be glutton and forget the creator that made it all possible.”
Ms Tammy, I asked your question in my Sunday morn class and the answer was a very loud resounding No and then loud yes!
Q #1 Lady T asked, “Oh Jack, Jesus didn’t want anyone to be condemned or perish, did he?” NO
Q #2 “ Jack, do you think we can find some verses in the Bible that tells us more about this? 🤓🥕🙏 A YES
I’v heard this wisdom is so wise with our word puzzle of a life time can’t tie it down. LL has a mind quicker that a bunny hop when it comes to the big book. But, some things not so much. You know like she doesn’t know how to teach calculus among most other things. 🦴 I’m just giving you a bone of joy. She keeps lots of 🦴🦴🦴🦴around.
Now, she had many stories but the one we talked about is a real good one for your question that seems to show big power of love so big that no one will ever have to be condemned when in this ring of faith. Are you ready to hop on Lady Tammy?
Story Title: “Jesus and the woman taken in adultery.”
Where do we find this story in our Study book? 📚 Turn to a passage found in the Gospel of John 7:53–8:11,
Jesus has sat down in the temple to teach some of the people, after he spent the previous night at the Mount of Olives. A group of scribes and Pharisees confronts Jesus, interrupting his teaching session. (Must be real important to interrupt don’t you think?)They bring in a woman, accusing her of committing adultery, claiming she was caught in the very act. They ask Jesus, “if the punishment for someone like her should be stoning, as prescribed by Mosaic Law.?”
Have you joining the reading? We are about to find about condemnation? Lady Tammy can you finish the passage reading and explain? 📚👀👓👏🏻✏️
Thanks for asking your Sunday morning class and getting the answers so quickly, Jack. You are quick! 🙂
Yes, I am joining in on the story here in the book of John. I thought I would share the passage from John 8 here: “John 8 New International Version (NIV)
8 1 but Jesus went to the Mount of Olives.
2 At dawn he appeared again in the temple courts, where all the people gathered around him, and he sat down to teach them. 3 The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in adultery. They made her stand before the group 4 and said to Jesus, “Teacher, this woman was caught in the act of adultery. 5 In the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women. Now what do you say?” 6 They were using this question as a trap, in order to have a basis for accusing him.
But Jesus bent down and started to write on the ground with his finger. 7 When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.” 8 Again he stooped down and wrote on the ground.
9 At this, those who heard began to go away one at a time, the older ones first, until only Jesus was left, with the woman still standing there. 10 Jesus straightened up and asked her, “Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?”
11 “No one, sir,” she said.
“Then neither do I condemn you,” Jesus declared. “Go now and leave your life of sin.”
Now, you have asked me to explain Jack…..hay, I am no Bible teacher Jack, but I can sure go to the footnotes and see if the footnotes can help with some explaining here. Look at what the footnotes from the NLT says for verse 11: “Jesus didn’t condemn the woman accused of adultery, but neither did he ignore or condone her sin. He told her to leave her life of sin. Jesus stands ready to forgive any sin in your life, but confession and repentance mean a change of heart. With God’s help we can accept Christ’s forgiveness and stop our wrongdoing.” Like I said Jack, I am no Bible teacher, but if I am understanding this, it sounds as if we must repent and turn from sin, if we want God’s forgiveness? Do you think I’m on the right track, Jack?
Yes, Lady Tammy, I think you are singing on tune and dancing in step with the idea not a soul ever has to be condemned for the real long haul which is eternity!
Beauty surrounds and embodies the hope of no condemnation when we humble ourselves to reach this 3 point goal:
“What does God ask of us? To act justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God.”—Micah 6:8
“not a soul ever has to be condemned for the real long haul which is eternity!
Beauty surrounds and embodies the hope of no condemnation when we humble ourselves to reach this 3 point goal:
“What does God ask of us? To act justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with God.”—Micah 6:8“ Oh Jack, I’ve got to repeat it again: “not a soul ever has to be condemned for the real long haul which is eternity! That is great news!!🙏 ✝️
Reading Debi’s comment and her quote, “The entrance of Your words gives light “ (Ps. 119:130) made me wonder where is the entrance? How do they make entrance? I think vs 129 give the answer. “Your statutes are wonderful; therefore I obey them.
The world looked on yesterday and today as two American Astronauts took control of Dragon for a19 hour space ride to The International Space station to research and build on what people believe will follow trips to Mars. I must speak of a dream of Elon Musk who had many dreams, many laughed and doubted his dreams but they stood awe because one of his many dreams that was launched into space yesterday and made it safely to its destination today.
Of course Musk dreamed of an electric car that drove itself with touch screen. Its here and some of us are daily riding.
Watching the Dragon as it safely attached itself to the space station was awesome. Then our eyes, you know those carrots eyes, began to feast on the opening of the doors to enter the station. I think it was over 3 hours to accomplish this task so the astronauts could float through the entrance and greet friendly faces waiting to welcome them to began their journey living in space for a time. The part that was so awe inspiring was the amount of tedious work given diligently to every little detail before the entrance. Why so long to open those doors? They spent years preparing and practicing and yet the launch and ride and reality to a real entrance where knowledge would unfold had vs 129 attached. The rules were wonderful and safe when followed to the detail. They would give entrance into the wonderful unknown that only God knows so a real astronauts will obey them to the detail. And, surely light will come. It came today to two men that understood the entrance of works, dreams, hopes and faith among the many that obeyed with them.
I, Jack the Reading Rabbit, want you to know I am tiny and looking at space from earth field to space is a long hop. I want you to know lady lord said, worry not. She gave me a tiny pack of seeds and told me to plant and bloom right where I hop. I will obey nature’s law set in order by God’s creation and my dreams will have light. Big Lesson. Hope to hop back in class tomorrow to learn more. Jack, the reading rabbit….
“She gave me a tiny pack of seeds and told me to plant and bloom right where I hop. I will obey nature’s law set in order by God’s creation and my dreams will have light. Big Lesson.“
Jack, I have been reading and re-reading and looking at pictures of the sunflowers on Lady Landlords blog, “Just something about a sunflower”. Those sunflowers are really beautiful. They grew from a seed from a seed pack and bloom right where they were planted!
Lady Landlord also wrote about sunflowers in her book, “Dressing for His Glory.” She said, “They contribute to man, bird and beast.” She listed so many things they provide and do that no other flower can do. Maybe that is why they look so bright and happy.
Lady Landlord also said in her sunflower blog that “They are therefore a symbol of true faith and loyalty to something that is much bigger and brighter than themselves.” That is a “Big Lesson” don’t you agree Jack? They are content to be who they are and what they can do; they stay in their space to do it without infringing on someone else’s; and they recognize, acknowledge and bow to the Creator who made the that way.
Lady Debi, thanks for helping me review my lessons so I can grade up and get a bigger 🥕 stick.
I thought about these words that you quoted, “They (sunflowers) are therefore a symbol of true faith and loyalty to something that is much bigger and brighter than themselves.” That is a “Big Lesson” don’t you agree Jack?
Yes, I agree big time. I was able to connect my morn study time to being bigger and brighter. Now let me see if Jack, me, the reading Rabbit can write and be clear on my big thoughts.
Lady Landlord explained the verse below. The sunflower shows it’s beauty to friends and enemies alike. But, not her emotions she wants to act ugly. She said some neighbors she just dosent like their actions and she just wanted to go out and drape them in ugly burlap when ugly drives by. Then, the but shows up…
“But I say to you who are willing to hear: Love your enemies. Do good to those who hate you. Bless those who curse you. Pray for those who mistreat you.”—Luke 6:27-28 (CEB)
Lady Debi are you understanding? Better to let enemies see the beauty with Hope their ugly might shift one day.
Glad to meet you Jack, The Reading Rabbit. I, too, also know Ms Tammy’s father who is also named Jack, who loves people, is a hugger, and loves to sing and whistle. I’m so so happy that he is home. God certainly answered a lot of prayers. So happy you know Lady Landlord – what a wonderful teacher. So glad you have met two friends of mine: Debi and Tammy. I see they have so many things in the Book of John. I call it the Love Story of Jesus for His Us.
Jack, The Reading Rabbit, I would like to go back to Matthew 6: 22 and 23. “ The eye is the lamp of the body. So, if your eye is healthy, your whole body is full of light, but if your eye is bad (unhealthy) your whole body is filled with darkness. As I read my eyes glanced down to the footnotes.
In Matthew 6:22 The Greek for healthy here implies generous.
Matthew 6:23 The Greek for unhealthy here implies stingy
This reminds me of The Parable of The Three Servants Matthew 25: 14-30. (Parable -a story that illustrates a moral attitude or a religious principle).
Verse 14 reads, “the Kingdom of Heaven can be illustrated by the story of a man going on a long trip. He called together his servants and entrusted his money to them while he was gone.” In verse 19 it says”after a long time he returned to hold them accountable. Sounds like Jesus to me. What do you think Jack?
Servant 1 – 5 bags of silver – invested and earned five more
Servant 2 – 2 bags of silver – invested and earned two more
Servant 3- 1 bag of silver – buried money
Why silver? It was something of value. I know that Peter and John were asked by a beggar for help, Peter said in 1 Peter 1: 18-19 “ I don’t have any silver or gold, but such as I have in the name of Jesus, rise up and walk!” (Jesus we know is enormously more precious than silver.) Jesus’s blood was greater than the silver the beggar wanted while sitting there.. Jesus presence brought Light and a new beginning to the beggar.
Oh Jack, the Reading Rabbit, this is really stretching my brain🤯. No wonder God did write a great big book about all of this. 🤔 Jesus Christ is the master and He left us to fish for people (Matthew 4:19). He placed where He wants us. He puts people in front of us in a timely manner who need Him. Some bring in more people to the saving grace of Jesus Christ , some less, and others none. The people who received the Lord Jesus in turn bring others to the knowledge of Jesus Christ.
The one who chooses not to tell anyone about Jesus receives nothing from Jesus. He is stingy. Perhaps he knows of Jesus but doesn’t invest His time or energy into getting to know Him – stingy with his time. Stingy with his money. He has nothing to give back to Jesus on the day of accounting. Eye is unhealthy – gives no hope or light which is found only in Jesus Christ, in darkness he stumbles for he refused to get to know Jesus Christ, the Light of the World. Doesn’t sing the song, “Just Give Me JESUS” or delight in others singing the song. Jack do you sing that song or do you go into your rabbit hole and sing it to the top of your lungs.
The other two servants saw Jesus, His payment of their debt for sin, their Redeemer and Savior, the Light of the World who brought His light to them to pass on. Giving them and others a healthy or generous eye by giving Jesus to whomever God said give, just like Peter did in Jesus’s name for the beggar.
Miss Rena, you are hopping as you sing🎼 I do love singing🎤 I better sit awhile and think on your stories. I think you know Peter Rabbit? Or. do you know another Peter that tells beggars to get up and walk and forget about money. Hum!
Oh Jack, the Reading Rabbit the Peter I was referring to was not Peter Rabbit who was seen feasting in Mr. McGregor’s garden on 🌽 🍅. Beatrix Potter use to talk about him a lot. Please don’t tell me that you have seen him in Lady Landlord’s garden.
Jack the Peter I was talking about was one of the twelve disciples of Jesus. Peter and his brother Andrew were the first two who were called. Matthew 3: 18 Jesus said to them as they were casting their nets,. “Come, follow Me and I will make you fishers of men.” In John 1: 42 it says that Jesus looked at (Peter) and said, “You are Simon son of John. You will be called Cephas.” Which is translated Peter. Peter was a sinner just like we are. Peter was bold and outspoken. Jesus used Peter’s weaknesses to transform him into a great servant for Him. Wonder where Peter is in the Parable of the Three servants? Maybe higher than our ‘high five’ can ever reach. In Acts 3: 1-12 we find Peter and John going to The Temple to pray, they were just walking along like we do. They saw the beggar, he looked up and wanted something from them. The first thought, which anyone would think, was he needed money! He couldn’t walk!
However, Peter looked at the man through the eyes of his Savior, Jesus. Peter knew Jesus was saying, “This is the one I want you to touch for me today.” Peter then spoke, “Silver and Gold have I none, but such I have I give to you, rise up and walk.”
The man could feel the love of Jesus rushing through his body healing the weakness in his legs and He believed in the one who healed body and soul. Most of all, Jesus was good and cared about him and no one else ever did! Jack isn’t it sad that no one cared? However, Jesus did!!
I wonder how many people out there Jack feel like this beggar? He went leaping and praising the Lord after the touch of Jesus. The touch of His love which said to him, “Jesus Loves ME! Jesus is more precious than gold or silver. Money can’t buy Jesus. Money can’t give you real love! Money can’t heal the broken heart of its thinking no one cares!!! Oh Cares? Jesus does!
Lady Rena, you made even a Bunny Rabbit laugh! 🤗 Lady Landlord says her garden is full of interesting creatures. She names them one by one and compels then to join our classes. She wants with passion everybody to learn and change and love! 💕 Do you agree with her?
I will review your stories as I took good notes during the reading! 🥕🥕🥕
Jack, the Reading Rabbit! If you see Peter Rabbit come that way perhaps you can get him to come to class. There is lots to learn!!!!
“Lady Debi are you understanding? Better to let enemies see the beauty with Hope their ugly might shift one day.”
Yes, Jack, I am understanding. You, Bunny Polly and Bunny Dolly have sure taught us a lot about ears and the importance of listening. Lady Landlord made it real clear that the “but” showed up. I can see why you said, “I was able to connect my morn study time to being bigger and brighter.” Thanks for helping us see Beauty and see Hope.
Seems like you have really learned the lesson of the sunflower. I hope Lady Landlord gives you a really big carrot stick.