Posts for tag #faithfulness
This message is part II. to the message Knowing God I. —
Micah 7:8 Rejoice not against me, O mine enemy: when I fall, I shall arise; when I sit in darkness, the LORD shall be a light unto me.
We rejoice in Christ. We gather together in His name. We are here for Gods glory. Christ dwells in us. We are named after His name. What happens when we gather in His name? What happens when the Spirit is in us? The Holy Spirit points to Christ and we know Him. When the Spirit is in us and we drink from the same Spirit shows Christ to us and we know Him. It’s an honor to know Him.
(Heb 1:3-4, 7:16-17,25, 10:19-25)
Would you like to be blessed? Then never give up the plan of God!
We all are sinners but this is good because only a sinner can experience grace. The saving grace of God appeared to all man. What does it mean? What characterizes grace?
(Tit 2:11-12, Gal 4:4a, Rom 5:6-8, 1Jn 4:9, Ro 11:6)
We often doubt His promises, His Word, because we imagine Him to be like us, and think of Him in such human terms. God is not a man, His immutability is the guarantee that His promises will be fulfilled. What has He promised? (Num 23:19, Isa 55:8-9, 2Pt 3:3-4, Heb 6:13-18, 10:23, Jo 15:7, Psa […]
This discussion was held in connection with the message “It Is I, The Lord” on June 5, 2016, Sunday 4:30pm.
Satan loves to distort the details. There is a never ending commentary from the world. However, in the grace of God there is always a solution for every situation, every detail. (1Cor 12:26) When God created man He placed a “chip” in his soul – a “chip” that makes man a man. This is not […]
Jesus couldn’t but care. It was a heart-issue. Not a task, no benefit, no advantage gained, no sublimation. Ministry. He knows the need. We can have that, God is working it into us. Going into the world with the heart of the Good Shepherd. (Mk 6:34, 2Cor 8:9, Jo 10:11-14, Isa 40:10-11, Rev 7:16-17)
It is a special thing to stay on the narrow road. Faithfulness is not a boring thing. Simplicity may be ours but one way – to distinguish between the voice of grace and the wrong teaching. What it means to be a disciple, and the freedom of discipleship. (2Co 11:2-4, Pro 3:5, Jo 4:34, 5:30, 8:31-32, 15:8, 13:35, 21:18, Gal 5:13, 1Pe 1:22)
People seek mercy, and we know just where to look for it. The Canaanite woman had simplicity, steadfastness and hung on to Jesus. She had no conditions, and found mercy. God answers again and again. (Ro 8:28 , Mt 15:21-28, Psa 4:7-9)
The real measuring happens beyond the details. We are not looking for a victor, but care for people. (Mt 22:17,23:23, Lk 12:13-14, Jas 3:14a, Gal 6:10)
To think in a new way. Our lives are an immeasurable mystery as we become part of the Body and fellowship in the Gospel. (1Co 3:16,12:27, Phil 1:5,7)
There is amazing ruin in the world, but God delivers. In the Body of Christ there is marvellous building going on. We are all called to His glory. (Dan 12:1,4,8-9, Psa 50:15)
Faithfulness is stability. We quit when we allow our mindset to be altered. Make small, daily decisions with God! (Phil 2:5-9, 1Co 4:2, Eph 4:23, Zech 4:10, Hagg 2:3-7,9)
Faithfulness and faith. When we hear the Word and remain in it, our thoughts are reformed and brings health to our body and soul. Pass it on! (1Tim 6:3, 2Tim 1:13,2:2,10-13, Ro 12:2, Pro 3:1,8,18,22)
Isten adta kinek-kinek a hit mértékét. Élni a hitet. Helyes hitrendszerrel semmi sem lehetetlen. (Róm 12:3, Mát 17:20)
Hű az Isten! Ő a hűség jellemét munkálja bennünk. Hűnek lenni a kicsin. Óriási az örökkévalóságban. (1Kor 10:13, Róm 5:3b)
Church is an ark. Some things have a place on the inside, others only outside. Do not bring the outside things inside – be a watchman!
We want all things instantly, whereas God moves in processes, often slowly. Stand in what you have been given, and see the process! (Dan 12:4, Deu 7:22, Phil 1:6, 2:13, 3:15-16, 4:4-19)
The end times are trying times, but when you take the counsels of God, they become a blessing for you. (1Co 14:20, Pro 12:1, Rev 3:14-22, 2Co 6:12, Psa 19:10, 1Pe 1:7)
Sacrifice and loss – the faithful will bear it, and see joy in its wake. (Psa 15:1-4)
Sometimes there is a need for the “ministry of a bucket of cold water”, because there is something deeper than excitement. What God desires in the now and how He gives us chances to be faithful. (Jo 13:37-38, 18:10,16-17, 2Pe 3:18a)
God has switched the lights on – walk in the light! Desire more! We are privileged to be carried by Him. (1Pe 2:4-8)
God is faithful without any human provision, because His faithfulness is grace-based. (Psa 36:5)
Faithfulness and steadfastness make God trustworthy. We believe in Him as we let Him close to ourselves. (Rev 21:1-5, 1Co 2:9-10, 1Jo 1:1-3)
Signs and events of the end times. (Revelations, Mt 23:37-39,24., Dan 9:24-27)