MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) May 10, 2018
“Six to Seven”: the tale of a man whose life of destruction ends with an encounter with Jesus Christ. “Six to Seven” is the creation of published author, Janice Milbourn. Janice is a daughter, wife, mother of two, and a grandmother of four. She was born and raised in a town rich in history about fifty miles North of Kansas City. She was born the fifth of ten children. At eighty-eight years old, her mother is still alive and running the gamut of names before the correct one is called. Holidays were always fun growing up in a household that large. She married the love of her life in 1977 and became a born-again Christian that same year. Despite a few hiccups along the way, she has walked this life trying to be a light in a dark place. Janice derives great pleasure from her children and grandchildren. She enjoys making pies for the holidays and her grandchildren spending the night. She has seen both tragedy and triumph in her life. One of the most difficult moments in her life was letting go of her sister as she succumbed to cancer. The most triumphant moment was when God used her to lead her sister-in-law back to Him before she passed. She looks forward to the day she sees both of them once again.
“The Lord speaks to us in a still small voice within us like He did with Elijah. Most of the time He will speak to us through His Word. The story of Elijah tells us a lot. Elijah was in the cave, lamenting the fact that he had been zealous for the Lord God, but Jezebel had killed the prophets, and she sought to take his life as well. He believed he was the only one left. God told him He had reserved seven thousand men that had not bowed their knee to baal. Then He tells Elijah to come out and stand at the mouth of the cave. When he did so, the Lord showed him a mighty wind, earthquake, and fire, but the scripture said He was not in them. Then there came the still, small voice of the Lord to him. The Lord will speak to our hearts in a still, small voice. That is the voice we should recognize.” --Janice Milbourn
“The first man was of the dust of the earth; the second man is from heaven.” 1 (Corinthians 15:47)
Luke did not know what would be waiting for him down the road. He knew he had come a long way from the life he used to live. He finally understood that all people begin with a nature that is prone to destruction. Without correction, it will lead to a place no one wants to go.
People convince themselves the things they do are not that bad and that they actually have no choice. No one likes to admit they are wrong. They continue believing the outcome will be different the next time. The only thing that will jolt people from this way of thinking is an encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ. Luke was happy to be a six on his way to his encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ.
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