Just a reminder

Good afternoon dear friends, brothers and sisters in our glorious Lord, the Messiah Jesus Christ! I didn’t come to make another whole article, to minister a sermon, or to go into detail on a Biblical discussion. But to simply remind you on something that will save your soul from eternal death.

 

It’s basic human knowledge that we need water and food to survive in this world, and in this universe. Without it, we will die off. It’s basic knowledge. In the same way, spending time with God throughout your daily activities, reading the Bible when you can, and devoting yourself to Him is food for your soul. Any day you go without reading the Bible is going a day without your soul eating. Your soul thirsts for the righteousness of God. With this being said, having Him involved in all you do daily will feed your spirit. Your faith will increase daily as you do such things.

 

Tonight, don’t forget your first love – God. Allow Him to be an active member in your daily lives.

 

God bless!

All called to become Pastors?

Good afternoon my dear brother and sisters, friends and family in Jesus’ blood! Today has been a wonderful day – I hope you all can agree. Today, God has showed me something that may perhaps be one of the most important sermons that I have written so far. I wanted to talk about who is called to become Pastors, leaders of the flock of the great Messiah – the King of all Heaven.

 

Before going into too much detail yet, I would like to talk about biology. The human body is made up of many parts, and each is equally important as the other. The joints have the job/duty of moving arms, legs, and so on. While the heart is important because it pumps the blood, and the lungs are important because without them we wouldn’t be able to breathe! Even the smallest cell is important as the rest.

 

Or consider this: You are on a football team. It takes team work. Each member is equally important – without one, it wouldn’t be a team, now would it? In like manner, we are the body of Christ – or, the team of Christ. Each Christian is equally important as the next. There More >

Understanding the Law – we aren’t under it

Good morning dear friends, brothers and sisters, in the Messiah Lord Jesus. It is such a wonderful, exciting day today! God is so very good to us; we are truly blessed to have such a loving Father. Today, I’d like to start off by doing a small reading in the Word of God. Seeing as there is so many viewers and not all of us can understand the KJV, I will take scriptures from the New American Standard Bible.

 

1 [a]You foolish Galatians, who has bewitched you, before whose eyes Jesus Christ was publicly portrayed as crucified?2 This is the only thing I want to find out from you: did you receive the Spirit by the works of [b]the Law, or by [c]hearing with faith? 3 Are you so foolish? Having begun [d]by the Spirit, are you now [e]being perfected by the flesh? 4 Did you[f]suffer so many things in vain—if indeed it was in vain? 5 So then, does He who provides you with the Spirit and works[g]miracles among you, do it by the works of [h]the Law, or by [i]hearing with faith?

6 [j]Even so Abraham BELIEVED GOD, AND IT WAS RECKONED TO HIM AS RIGHTEOUSNESS. 7 Therefore, [k]be sure thatit is those who are of faith who are sons of Abraham. 8 The Scripture, foreseeing that God [l]would justify the[m]Gentiles by More >

A small testimony – Food for the Spirit

Good afternoon brothers and sisters, dear friends and the family in the Messiah – the Christ, Jesus! Such a wonderful and blessed day it has been. Today, I just wanted to share a small testimony with the body of Christ – to prove Jesus works today, to prove that Jesus IS caring and that He is a part of our daily lives, and that everything (yes, even illness and death) happens for a reason: to bring glory to His wonderful name, and to also show us His Power and His Might. That we may, by faith, serve Him better as we live with Him day by day.

 

A fellow brother, whom I have written about before in previous writings, was in the hospital due to lung failure. He got worse after not seeing him for a few days. He looked pitiful. He couldn’t move, hardly breathe, couldn’t speak, and even eat for an entire day or two. He was in such a poor condition, and in such a poor state of mind. He could hardly keep his eyes open. He continued to close his eyes; his body and hands were very cold due to serious medical problems. The nurses had to More >

Self righteous Christians

Good morning, everyone! I’ve just gotten up, to see God’s given us another beautiful day to serve Him and to fulfill His will! I’ve been thinking about this for along time now, and I’ve seen it go on within the church. Almost every church I’ve been to and visited, there is at least one self righteous Christian within it. Some of these may compare themselves with another person – this is not the way to go. This is what I would like to talk about this morning.

 

I believe almost everyone has went through this stage of being self righteous. I had the same problem, until God revealed unto me His truth. That is, we are all the same. We are no different than any sinner, or any one who doesn’t know Jesus. The only difference between us and them, is simply that we accepted God’s gift of eternal life – that we know and love the Lord Jesus, the awaited Messiah. Some of us may be “self righteous” and not even know it! It’s by our actions, not by the words. True Christians are very humble, and do not exalt themselves – for God exalts them. They exalt God.

 

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