Who is like unto Thee O! Lord! Who is like unto Thee O! Lord!
Among the gods Who is like Thee… You are glorious in holiness, fearful in Praising, doing wonders alleluia!!!!!!!!!!!!!// Unquestionable You are the Lord! Unquestionable You are the Lord! Unquestionable, Unquestionable, Unquestionable You are the Lord!
Our Father we Thank You, we bless Your Holy Name… we give You Praise Matchless Jesus for all You have done for us…let all the glory, let all the honour, let all adoration be ascribe unto Your Name alone in Jesus Name…. Ancient of Days we worship at Your at Your Throne… Receive our praises Lord… Receive all our worship… be Thou exalted forever and ever in Jesus Name… Be Thou glorify…. In Jesus Name…
Beloveth how are doing? Hope you are fine… Awesome God we serve… Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace…. Glory, glory to Your Name forever more…
He answers prayer… Yes the God I serve answers prayers… my Jesus answers prayers… Praise the Lord….
Praise the Lord O my soul and all that is within me, Praise Him Holy Name….
Beloveth, is our faith clinic day… and we know that you will benefit from what the Spirit will be releasing to us from the Throne today…. Amen!!!
Today’s topic will be teaching us how to keep it simple and pure… How?… Someone is eager as I am… Praise the Lord…
Come along with for more insight:
Simplicity And Purity
One of the dilemmas you and I face is how to walk with God and keep the clutter and stuff around us from burying us alive. As a society, our fixation on ACQUIRING has reached psychotic levels.
John Wesley wrote, “The essence of Christian holiness is simplicity and purity… “
Soren Kierkegaard captured the spirit of Christian simplicity: “Purity of heart is to will one thing: God.”
“Simplicity is freedom, bringing joy and balance.
“Duplicity is bondage leading to anxiety and fear.”
It’s difficult to keep life simple if I have multiple passions.
Count Zinzendorf stated, “I have but one passion, it is He alone.“
The test as to whether I am seeking first the kingdom of God and His righteousness is the lack of anxiety. (Matthew 6:25)
Following are several of Richard Foster’s principles that may help us in evaluating whether we have captured the inner essence of simplicity:
First, buy things for their usefulness rather than their status.
Second, reject anything that is producing an addiction in you.
Third, develop a habit of giving things away.
Fourth, refuse to be propagandized by the custodians of modern gadgetry.
Fifth, learn to enjoy things without owning them.
Sixth, look with a healthy skepticism at all “buy now, pay later” schemes.
Seventh, shun anything that distracts you from seeking first the kingdom of God.
Beloveth, how many of these things listed above are you guilty of?
It is important that we keep our life simply … it help us to be available and useable by God… purity is God’s nature… for nothing impure will enter the kingdom of God…
Beloveth… if you believe that there is God… you must also believe that He is able to help you… then wherever you know that you need help… don’t keep quite … shout to God and the Holy Spirit will help you out in Jesus Name…
Learn to live simply and let purity be your watch word… alleluia….
Keep your faith alive by trusting in God and not letting go of Him… Amen…
Further Reading- Gal.5:6, Phil.4:13, 1Pet.3:12, 2Chr.31:21…
Remain blessed in the Lord.
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