I will life up my voice, I will joyfully sing not for what you have done but for Who You are. You are the song that I sing melody in my voice, the reason I sing is to Praise You Lord. He reign, Jesus reign, He reign forever more 2x// Great is Thy faithfulness, O Lord! Great is Thy faithfulness, morning by morning new mercies I see. All that I needed Thy Hand has provided, great is Thy Faithfulness Lord unto Thee.
Father in heaven O God, we bless Your Name, We honour You for Your Greatness that is above all. Faithful indeed is Your Name, There is no one like You indeed You are God, there is no one like You. I bow before You and I say Great are You Lord. You are greatly to be Praise. Eternal Rock of Ages I worship You, I Praise Your Holy Name. Thank You and thank Forever Amen!
Beloveth, how has it been this week, wonderful, splendid, great, beautiful, and I will add miraculous, can someone clap unto the Lord! Praise the Name of Jesus!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beloveth join me to sing this song, I am dancing unto the Lord, dancing alleluia, I am shouting unto the Lord, shouting alleluia, I am clapping unto the Lord, clapping alleluia.
Do you know why I am singing? Listen “He has done great things, alleluia, He has done great things, alleluia. He has done Great things, Praise His Holy Name.” My God is good, oooo is good. My God is good, ooo He is good.
A look at today’s topic I guess you already know what follows. Are you living a life of true significance or what? Don’t forget that today is a PCL session and we must apply what we are learning to our personal life less we are condemn having brought to Christ. Praise God.
Sometime we live the liar of Satan who is the Father of all liar. We exalt in things that are vain and had no eternal value against what the Bible has commanded us to do.
Are you living a life of True Significance or you are living a lie? If we are to consider what you are doing / how you are living today will it be said that it has a true significance or otherwise.
What can you call a life of true significance? That and many you will discover in the ministration below.
Again, from second ministration we will learn from one of the Apostle what He said about the topic before us.
The truth is that no one will run on “Yesterday’s Home run but we must make sure that we are not carried away with the word “successful” but ensures that we are living faithful as mother Therese told us to do. Praise God.
So along with us as we discover more from the message below:
Are You Living A Life Of True Significance?
“I may, I suppose, regard myself as a relatively successful man. People occasionally stare at me in the streets. That‘s fame; I can fairly easily earn enough money to qualify for admission to the higher slopes of the Internal Revenue Service. That‘s success. Furnished with money and a little fame… [I] may partake of friendly diversions. That‘s pleasure. It might even happen… that something I said or wrote was sufficiently heeded for me to persuade myself that it represented a serious impact on our time. That‘s fulfillment…
“I beg you to believe me, multiply these tiny triumphs by millions… and they are nothing, less than nothing.” So wrote the highly visible and “successful” Malcolm Muggeridge.
- L. Mencken sardonically stated, “The problem with life is not that it‘s a tragedy, but that it‘s a bore.“
King Solomon echoes Mencken’s cynicism in declaring, “For what does a man get for all his toil and for all his heart‘s striving with which he wearies himself… For all his days are full of pain and his task vexations… even at night his mind has no rest. This also is emptiness.” (Ecclesiastes 2:22, 23 – Berkeley Translation)
We too may have fame, success, pleasure… perhaps even a measure of fulfillment. But the question we must ask of ourselves is, “From God‘s perspective, am I living a life of true significance?“
The following questions may prove helpful in assessing that penetrating inquiry:
- How can I leverage my life for maximum contribution to my fellow man and for the Kingdom of God? (Proverbs 4:18; Matthew 5:14-30)
- Am I clear in knowing how to get from where I am to where I want to go in life? (Proverbs 17:24; Ephesians 5:14 -17)
“Only one life will soon be past. Only what‘s done for Christ will last.“
Many has tried to live what is called successful live in terms of the world sense of it but as King Solomon Said vanity upon vanity, all is vanity. Glory be to God! More from below:
Attempting To Live On Yesterday’s Home Runs
Recently, on a late night T.V. program, a crooner of my teenage era who had lost everything to alcohol and a string of failed marriages, was attempting to resurrect the glory of his withered career, as he labored through forgotten ballads in a voice long in need of retirement. I felt sad for him.
But you know, none of us can live on the “glory” of our past. Like it or not, “yesterday’s home runs don’t win today’s ball games.” We need more than that to hold on to.
Most of us, I suppose, have received a few awards along the way, and have experienced the thrill of that momentary applause and recognition. But time passes, memories fade, people change. Life moves on. And those diminished accolades, as Paul so aptly stated, are, in reality no more than a “perishable wreath.” (1 Corinthians 9:25)
Yet many of those wreaths were purchased at great personal price. Recently, a friend of an acquaintance who commanded an enviable position with an international corporation, was abruptly sacked after 27 years of dutiful, sacrificial service which he gladly gave in exchange for “success.” And the cost? The mortgaging of his family.
Hopefully, he is rethinking his definition of “success,” and coming to the realization that there is more to life than clinging to a diminishing prize. Certainly true “success” is more transcendent than that!
Mother Teresa once said, “God has not called me to be successful. He has called me to be faithful.” Her faithfulness to God is her success. Is it not to be ours as well?
As I attempted to gain perspective on this issue, I came across 1 Thessalonians 2:19, 20,
“For what is our hope, our joy, or the crown in which we will glory in the presence of our Lord Jesus when he comes? Is it not you? Indeed, you are our glory and joy.“
Paul understood that one day when he stood before Christ, what would count would not be his earthly “success,” formidable as it was, but the lives of the people in whom he had invested for the sake of Christ (1 Corinthians 3:10-15). Indeed, his maturing flock had become his hope. His joy. His glory. His crown.
QUESTION: By scrutinizing the secret affections of your heart, where in fact does your hope, joy, and glory lie? With a shriveling wreath? Or with the anticipation of an eternal crown?
Beloveth where are you? How are you living? This and many question you must ask yourself. The blessings God is pouring on you what are you doing with it. Showing off your affluence or affecting live positively, Praise God! Are you showing strong in Kingdom work or saying it doesn’t matter, afterall is your money.
Don’t the giver, He can do otherwise. Live with His mission and vision in your heart. Live like the wise and not like the unwise, Praise God.
May God help us, May He use us a vessel unto honour not unto dishonour. Glory be to God in the highest and peace to men of good will. Praise God!
See you next week by His grace. Have a wonderful time out with God and discover truly what live you are living. True significance or a lie? Praise Jesus alleluia!
Remain blessed in the Lord.