Thank You so much Lord Jesus x4, we thank You x3. Worthy worthy is Lord x3, that was slain. Let the living water flow over my soul, let they Holy Spirit come and take control, of every situation that troubles my mind, all my care and burdens unto Thee I come.
Lord, indeed unto Thee Your children come; not unto man. Blessed be thy Holy Name. Father, we bless You. We Worship You. We glorify You forever and ever.
Beloved, our God is Faithful, all His ways are pleasant to those who fear Him. Hope you had a good time in His presence yesterday? Not forgetting that were encouraged to outlook for a brother, a sister to join hand to bring to past the work of the Holy Spirit in their lives.
We must have a burden in our lives as that is the will of God concerning us to help bring salvation to those who are yet to come to the saving knowledge of God. The harvest is plenty and ready, will you be the part of the harvesters?
Always look out for the ripen harvest and not the unripe because that will be a hard nut to crack rather keep lifting such people to God in prayers and the Holy Spirit will do the convincing while you do the harvesting. Glory be to God.
Let our light so shine that men will see it and give thanks to Your Father Who is in heaven. That is the command of our Jesus to every of His child. Is your light shining? God is light and in Him there is no darkness at all (1 Jn 1:5). Beloved, can that also be said of you? or are full of hypocritical living? A life full of envy, malice, hatred, wickedness, gossips, and all manners of corruptions and sins.
Remember, God knoweth them that are His (2 Tim 2:19) and whatever a man sow he will reap (Gal 6:7).God teacheth you profiting and leadeth you on the way you should go. Behold, now is the accepted time; behold, now is the day of salvation (2 Cor 6:2), let us not waste God’s grace bestowed on us. It is a fearful thing to fall into the hand of the living God (Heb 10:31).
‘Peace’ beloved, is the hallmark of a child of God. In Isa 48:18; Rom 5:1; the Lord said if you hearkened to my commandment; also being justified by faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus.
Beloved, knowing that you are imitators of Christ, let us ask God through the Holy Spirit to help us live a life worthy of our calling in Him (Ps 31:3). More from below:
. . .work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.
For it is God who is working in you, [enabling you] both to will and to act for His good purpose.—Philippians 2:12b–13
Salvation is not an event; it is a process. Salvation is God’s gift, for there is nothing we can do to save ourselves (Eph. 2:8–9). Yet with salvation comes the responsibility to work out our salvation. Once we have been saved, we must claim all that has become ours.
Through salvation, God gave you victory over sin. That victory applies not only to past sins but also to every sin you will ever commit. When you became a Christian, God made you a new creation (2 Cor. 5:17). God wants to continually build new things into your life as you walk with Him. God gave you His joy when He saved you, and He wants to fill you with His joy daily.
When you first repented of your sin, you relinquished your right to your life. God continues to ask you to yield your will to Him and to follow His leading rather than setting your own direction for your life. When you were converted, God made everything available to you; how you implement what He has given you is your choice (2 Pet. 1:3–9).
This is the great paradox of the Christian life. We are to work diligently on our faith, yet always with the awareness that only God can bring about lasting change in our lives. As we see God at work in us, we are motivated to work even more diligently. God will not force His changes upon us; neither can we bring about lasting change in our lives apart from the work of the Holy Spirit.
When you sense God developing an area of your life, join Him in His activity so that His salvation will be demonstrated fully.
Beloved, did you read in between the line. I read in the last paragraph about joining God in developing any part of your life that He is working on. It means that after God brought us to salvation that is being “born again”, then He goes further to develop our character to befit our new status. Let us read further:
Jesus replied, “I assure you: Unless someone is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.”—John 3:3
Entering a saving relationship with Christ is a life-changing experience! All things become new! Not some things, but all things (2 Cor. 5:17). For the first time in your life, Christ is Lord; God is Master. When you become a Christian, Christ’s presence will affect every part of you. You will have new thoughts, new attitudes, new values, and new sensitivities. New priorities will dramatically affect your relationships. You will view everything in your life from a Christlike perspective. Christianity is not something you add to your life; it is life!
Nicodemus thought that salvation meant performing certain religious exercises and holding to particular religious teachings. He had no idea of the all-encompassing nature of salvation! When you become a Christian, God gives you a new heart so that everything becomes new! God gives you a new mind, like that of Christ, so you think differently.
He gives you new emotions, so you feel deeply about completely different matters. You become sensitive to sin, so you are no longer comfortable with it. Your recreation will be affected as you are made aware of what is honoring to God and what is not. Your relationships will now be guided by the Holy Spirit. Destructive habits and attitudes, previously immune to change, will be transformed.
Have you noticed the changes God has brought to your life since you entered a vital relationship with Jesus Christ? These changes should be very noticeable as a testimony of the new life you received when you trusted Jesus as your Savior and Lord.
Being born again, is the first step in the kingdom of God. it is a kindergarten stage upon which you will build upon. Is not the final stage of Christian life rather the starting point. So when we get born again it is a time develop our character to be whom we get to be in Christ. God uses so many things in life to take us through this school all must be conscious of is to know when our test comes to move on to the next level and until one test or class is completed we are not moving into the next class.
No bribery no double promotion and no cheating. Quite interesting school to be. The only examiner is God Himself. Wow!
Beloved, remember you have to get born again before you join this school. So if you are yet to get born again, click here to accept Jesus now! Then welcome to the house hold of God. Your obedience is your key of acceleration. While praying, fasting and faith help you as you move on through the terrain of life (Gal 5:1).
Remain blessed in the Lord.