We are grateful O God! we are grateful God, we are grateful O God! Heaven and earth adore Thee, angels bow before Him what a mighty God we serve.// I give all glory to the Lord forever I will sing, alleluia I will sing, I will sing all glory to the Lord forever I will sing alleluia I will sing.
Who is like unto Thee, O Lord! For among the gods there is none to be praise like you. Thank You for Your faithfulness, thank You because You liveth forever more. Thank You for answers to prayers, who can battle with the Lord, I say nobody.
Beloved, welcome to the first clinic for the month. We are going to consider two type of faith. The faith you are called into through salvation and the faith you display in your work with God.
God said “call to me and I will answer you and tell you great things you do not know.” This is one level of faith, now when you believe and trust in God and go farther with Him in little or nothing, in services and kindness this also ascertain another level of faithfulness in Him.
Both involve trusting they also can be challenge with unbelief. Today’s teaching is going to examine both give us a position.
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Call to Me and I will answer you and tell you great and wondrous things you do not know.—Jeremiah 33:3
Too often we settle for much less than what God wants to do through us. We read in Jeremiah 32:27: “I am the Lord, the God of all flesh. Is anything too hard for Me?” and we answer, “No Lord.” Yet, when we face difficult situations we begin to qualify our belief in God and lower our expectations of what God will do.
It is one thing to believe God could perform a miracle in the Bible, or a thousand years ago, or even in the life of a friend; it is quite another matter to wholeheartedly believe God can do anything He chooses to do in our lives!
When almighty God speaks to us, what we do next proves what we believe about Him, regardless of what we say. God revealed to Moses His plan to orchestrate the greatest exodus in human history, and He wanted to use Moses to accomplish it. Moses responded by arguing with God! Moses was overwhelmed by what he heard and began to make excuses for why he could not participate in God’s activity.
Moses would have readily acknowledged his belief in God’s power, he simply did not believe God could do His miraculous work through his life. Moses’ argument with God limited his ministry for the rest of his life (Exod. 4:13–16).
Do you sense there may be far more that God wants to do through your life than what you have been experiencing? Ask God to show you what it is, then be prepared to respond in faith and obedience to what He tells you.
Whoever is faithful in very little is also faithful in much, and whoever is unrighteous in very little is also unrighteous in much.—Luke 16:10
God rewards those who are faithful. Throughout your life God will seek to grow you in your faith. He will continually bring you to times when you must trust Him. He will lead you into situations that require a “little” faith, and if you are faithful, He will then take you into situations that require even greater trust in Him. Each time you are able to trust God at a higher level, God will reveal more of Himself to you. Your faith and experiencing God are directly linked.
The best way to tell if you are prepared for a greater revelation of God is to see how faithful you have been with what God has given you. This is a foundational principle in God’s relationships with us: If you have been faithful with the little He has given you, you are ready to be entrusted with more. If you failed to trust God with the little He gave you, He will not trust you with more.
God will not lead you beyond your present level of trust and obedience to Him. He will return you to your area of unfaithfulness until you are prepared to trust Him. The children of Israel were unwilling to trust God to lead them into the Promised Land, and their generation never again was able to move forward with Him.
You stand at an exciting new door of opportunity to know God more intimately every time you believe Him. Every step of faith leads you to a deeper relationship of faith with Him. It is an open invitation to know God more intimately.
Beloved, our faith in God truly opens up to experience God in new and better dimension each time we are willing to go on His terms, though it is usually easy but because we walk by sight. But we must learn to walk in faith, trust Him because His Sovereign.
He will always want you to come to terms with that (Heb 11:6). Praise the Lord. Faith is Now! Are you ready to do just that? He is ready to bless you
Remain ever bless in the Lord.