Every living soul every living soul Praise the Lord, Every living soul every living soul Praise the Lord, are you are living soul I am a living soul I will Praise the Lord, Every living soul every living soul Praise the Lord.// The Most High liveth, The Most High liveth. The Most High liveth, The most High liveth in my soul today. The Most High liveth, The Most High liveth, The Most liveth in soul today. I will exalt You Lord for thou has lifted me above my enemies Your banner over me is love. 2x
Since I was born and now I am getting old, I have never seen the Lord changing. Yes! David said this some thousand years ago and I am affirming it today. As God was in the beginning, He is now and shall ever be in Jesus Name. Father, we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name. What a beautiful day You have made and you said we should rejoice and be glad in it. Thank You Father for make us part of it. To You be all the glory in Jesus Name.
Beloved, how was your weekend? Beautiful I guess? We thank God for His faithfulness that never fail. He loved us with an everlasting love. Great is Name.
Today’s ministration is going to take a closely look on how we live life. How well do you take care of the temple of God which you are? Is sad to see and read what happens around us.
Moses told the children of Israelites to bind God’s Word aside have in their heart, as a sign in their hand, on their forehead, on the post of the house and on thy gates. He instructed them to teach their children while they are sitted in the house, while they walkest by the way, when they liest down and when they risest up. The reason for this I will say was for us to know and imbed what the Word is saying, and observe to do what we have learnt.
Often time when face with some situation, you may be at lost what to do but if you are in habit of reading the Word what you will do or how to respond to the situation will not be a great challenge to you.
When you spend time reading about the ministry of our Lord Jesus you will get use to how Jesus healed, delivers and make whole. And if confronted with a similar situation you will know what to do.
When you make your bible your companion you pastors will have less problem because you will know what to do. You will also not be carried with ever wind of doctrine. You will know whether you are doing the will of God or just living your life the way you want. Praise God.
Beloved, this will help us to develop a large appetite to read the word of God. To live it out and to be of a great service to the body of Christ.
Beloved, is your life but you must make it account in eternity else you live a wasted life. Praise be to God on high. Let’s learn more:
“For they are not meaningless words to you but they are your life, and by them you will live long in the land you are crossing the Jordan to possess.”—Deuteronomy 32:47
It’s puzzling that so many Christians try to live the Christian life without reading their Bible, except for sporadic perusals of God’s Word, seeking a pithy thought for the day. The Word of God is not merely a source of helpful suggestions, preventative warnings, or inspirational thoughts: It is life itself!
God gathered the children of Israel at the edge of the Promised Land to review their pilgrimage with Him. They had spent forty years in a desert because their parents had not trusted God’s word. Their parents died without seeing the Promised Land because they had not believed God’s word. Even the revered Moses was soon to leave them because he had not shown proper reverence for God’s word. Many of them knew those who had been put to death as a consequence of their disobedience to God’s word. Over the years God’s word had become the most important thing in the life of the Israelites.
God commanded His people to bind His words on their hearts, to teach them diligently to their children, and to regularly discuss them in their homes (Deut. 6:4–9). So essential was His word that it was to hold a prominent place in the daily lives of His people.
Our reverence for God’s Word is revealed not only by what we say but also by what we do. Spending more time reading and studying the words of people rather than the Word of God, reveals our hearts’ condition. To blatantly disregard God’s Word is to reject life itself. To obey God’s Word is the surest way to experience all that God has in store for us.
Five Indicators That We Have Allowed Our Careers To Push God Aside
Loss of Self — Equating self-worth with career success: Any setback or change shakes us to the core. Three men in Tokyo simultaneously hung themselves in a downtown hotel, after going bust.
“Some… [measuring] themselves by themselves and [comparing] themselves with themselves,… are not wise… A dispute arose among them as to which of them was considered to be greatest… ” (2 Corinthians 10:12b; Luke 22:24)
Compromise of Integrity — Operating on the ethics of expediency: Underneath is a vague sense of self-betrayal; a chipping away of integrity. In our upward climb we can easily be trapped in the seductive chase for power and recognition.
Inflated notions of importance — Drawing the fallacious assumption that we are indispensable. With the need to prop up our sagging ego, we place an inflated sense of importance on our unique qualifications, experience and capabilities. (My bet is that if we dematerialized tomorrow, the ranks would close in around us, and we would be little more than a fading memory.)
“Do not think of yourself more highly than you ought, but rather think of yourself with sober judgment…” (Romans 12:3b)
Hopelessness and stagnation — The inescapable result of those in business and the professions who fail to realize the futility of the career as an end in itself: Inevitably, a “been there, done that” feeling begins to resonate through the bones. Sadly, by the time that happens we may already be trapped.
“So I hated life, because the work that is done under the sun was grievous to me. All of it is meaningless, a chasing after the wind.” (Ecclesiastes 2:17)
Loneliness and isolation — The unavoidable consummation of one who has scant regard for established values and authority, and who abuses people for personal gain.
“All his days he eats in darkness, with great frustration, affliction and anger… ” (Ecclesiastes 5:17)
In business, we are free to choose any path we so desire, but we are not free to control the consequences.
Question: Are you prepared to live with the certain aftermath of your business choices?
Beloved, live is full of choices, what are choosing to do daily, weekly will determine a long way what you will achieve afterall.
Let us make a choice to live with one verse a day, a chapter a day, or a book of the bible a week/month and you end up reading the whole book within a year. Praise God.
Beloved, this week is declared blessed in the Name of Jesus, go and return with testimonies. \may His presence in the Word go with us and help us to be everything He has made us to be in Jesus Name.
Remain ever blessed in the Lord.