Are you Thirsty or Hungry?

“Is anyone thirsty? Come and drink – even if you have no money! Come, take your choice of wine or milk – it’s all free! Why spend your money on bread that does not give you strength? Come to me, and you will enjoy the finest food.”

These words are from the prophet Isaiah, calling sinners to repentance, inviting us to receive all of God’s blessings. “Listen, and you will find life. I will make an everlasting covenant with you. I will give you all the unfailing love I promised David.” God will fulfill his promises to us, just as He fulfilled His promises to David.

God made a covenant with His servant, King David, and now God extends that covenant, that promise, that gift, to all of us. What will be our response? Our response should be immediate, because this is a call from God Himself.

“Seek the Lord while He may be found. Call on him now while he is near. Turn to our God, for he will abundantly pardon.”

He is offering to us more than manna, to sustain us for a day, like the children of Israel wandering in the desert forty years. He is offering us food for eternity. This is Jesus, the Bread of Life. Even if we have no money, the Lord bids us to come, buy and eat. If you are thirsty, come. If you are hungry, come. If you are lonely, come; heartbroken, come; poor, come; oppressed, rich or prosperous - - come. God’s gift of salvation is free. Please come.

If we can help you come to Jesus, please contact us today, or go to our website, fjm.org, and click on the tab, Know God.

Your gift today will help us share this Good News, and feed hungry people here on Skid Row. You may use a credit card or EFT for your donation when you give through our website, fjm.org, or when you phone toll free, 1-844-FJM-FOOD. If it is more convenient, mail your donation to me here at the Mission, Willie Jordan, PO BOX 12345, Covina, CA.

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Blessings,
Willie Jordan (Mrs. Fred Jordan)