Find a coin receive a promise!
Yesterday I put on my coat and reached my hands inside my pockets. Guess what was in my pocket?
Yep, a penny. How I love the reminders from God. Simple yet so profound.
Many of you who know me know how I love to find pennies.
Don’t miss the supernatural looking for the spectacular.
I Found A Penny
I have a penny in my pocket
I have a dream deep within my soul
I have found hope with profound newness
Along His path to becoming whole
He speaks to me in findings
He speaks at various times
But most of all with pennies
Jesus speaks and does remind
Continue on forward and believe
That is what I hear Him say
With the smallest denomination
Because after all isn’t this His way
Faith as a mustard seed
Hope that burns within
Living to follow His commands
DONE with ways of men
Every time I find a penny
Immediately I have the knowing
He is saying don’t you ever give up
Hold on and just keep on going
Sometimes a dime and then a nickel
Well 10 is The tithe, 5 is The grace
And yes there have been quarters
25 became a number to trace
Grace upon grace
With Truth filled redemption
He speaks to me with signs
In coins of differing dimensions
I have a penny in many pockets
Dimes and nickels all around
But the quarters worth of promise
His word and love flawless does abound
Copyright © laurette laster
* Meaning of Numbers in the Bible
The Number 25, 27, 28, and 29
The Meaning of Numbers: The Number 25
The number twenty-five in the Bible symbolizes ‘grace upon grace.’ It is composed of 20 (meaning redemption) and five (grace) or grace multiplied (5 x 5).
And the Word became flesh . . . full of GRACE and truth . . .
And of His fullness we have all received, and GRACE FOR GRACE. For the law was given through Moses, but GRACE and truth came through Jesus Christ (John 1:14, 16 – 17).
Levites were to begin serving at age 25 in assisting with sacrifices, which were a physical type of forgiveness and redemption for the people.
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* Meaning of numbers in the Bible
“Because your faith is so small,” He replied; “for I solemnly declare to you that if you have faith like a mustard-seed, you shall say to this mountain, ‘Remove from this place to that,’ and it will remove; and nothing shall be impossible to you. (Matthew 17:20 Weymouth)
God bless you and keep you and make His face shine upon you and be gracious to you and give you Shalom.
Until next time, thank you for listening with me. Laurette