fbpx
Connect with us

CHRISTIAN MESSAGES

Philippians 4:19 NASB “And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.”

Published

on

Philippians 4:19 NASB “And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.”

LET’S TALK
The Bible says, “Giving thanks to the Father who has qualified us to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light” (Colossians 1:12). In Christ, you have access to the vast treasures and inestimable riches in the earth; they’re yours by inheritance. 1 Corinthians 3:21 says, “…all things are yours.” This should give you a mindset of abundance, where you function without a sense of need. Jesus had no sense of need. Think about His response when Peter came to Him for money to pay the tax collectors! He said, “…Go cast a line into the lake and pull out the first fish you hook. Open its mouth, and you will find a coin. Use it to pay your taxes and mine” (Matthew 17:27 CEV).

When the disciples were flustered over how to feed the multitude in the desert, Jesus took a young boy’s lunch of five small loaves and two fishes, blessed it, and shared it among the crowd. And when they had all eaten to their full, there were twelve baskets-full of leftovers! You might say, “Well, that was Jesus, the Son of God, the Miracle-worker.” Yes, but He did all that He did to show us we could do the same. He came to let us know we can act like Him, think like Him, talk like Him, and win like Him today.

Never think or say you don’t have enough. With what you have, you can reproduce much more. Get to the point in your life where you have no consciousness of need. Grow in the knowledge of God’s Word. As you do, you’ll transcend the “need-consciousness,” because you see that everything you’ll ever require has been provided for in Christ. Hallelujah!

An Experience Worth Expressing! 🤗

Experience what it feels like to be in constant fellowship on the go!

Experience the New ROR Mobile App 3.0to Download from the Google Play store & App Store.

Download, Subscribe & Share

🎯 Go Deeper
2 Peter 1:3; 2 Corinthians 9:8 (AMPC)

🗣 Pray
Dear Father, I thank you for making every favour and earthly blessing come to me in abundance, for I’m self-sufficient, possessing enough to require no aid or support, and furnished in abundance for every good work and charitable donation, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CHRISTIAN MESSAGES

God takes the persecution of His children personally. In Acts 9:4 when Jesus appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus

Published

on

Vengeance Is God’s

It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about is neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones.

God takes the persecution of His children personally. In Acts 9:4 when Jesus appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus and spoke to him about his persecution of the saints, Jesus said, “Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?” Saul was not directly persecuting Jesus but he was persecuting His saints. Yet Jesus said, “Why are you persecuting me?” Judgment against those who persecute God’s children will not always come in time to prevent their harm but as this warning makes very clear, God will avenge His own (Rom. 12:19).

Letting God be the one who defends us is a matter of faith. If there is no God who will bring men into account for their actions, then turning the other cheek would be the worst thing we could do. But if there is a God who promises that vengeance is His, and He will repay, then taking matters into our own hands shows a lack of faith in God and His integrity.

We are not to take matters into our own hands and defend ourselves.

“Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord” (from Dt. 32:35-36; Rom. 12:19; Heb. 10:30). Striving to vindicate self actually shows a lack of faith in God keeping this promise. It also indicates spiritual “nearsightedness” which is only looking at the present moment instead of seeing things in view of eternity.

Even as Christ did not come to condemn the world and is not holding men’s sins against them, even so, we have been given the same ministry of reconciliation. For those who do not receive the love we extend to them but rather take advantage of us because of our “turning the other cheek,” God will repay.

Continue Reading

CHRISTIAN MESSAGES

The gospel is the power of God unto salvation.

Published

on

Comfort In Eternity

And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham’s bosom: the rich man also died, and was buried;

This story clearly teaches that there is life after death. It shows that there is no “soul sleep” where our souls are awaiting the resurrection of our bodies, but we go into a conscious eternity immediately. It also shows that there are only two destinations possible after death. We either go to a place of torment for the wicked or a place of blessing for the righteous. There is no “limbo” or “purgatory” and there is no second chance, illustrating the finality of our eternal destiny once we die.

Abraham’s bosom is a symbolic term designating a place of comfort for the righteous dead. It was located in the heart of the earth, in the same region as hell, where the ungodly dead go. The rich man’s body was in the grave and yet this scripture speaks of him lifting up his eyes and seeing Lazarus in Abraham’s bosom. Our soul mirrors our physical shape so closely that it is recognizable. It is probable that one’s soulish body is an exact duplicate of their physical body.

Part of this man’s torment was from the flames. However, he was also tormented by the thought of his loved ones’ lives on earth and their eternal destiny. Surely his helplessness to warn them would make his misery worse.

Also, the fact that he could see Lazarus and Abraham in a place of total blessing and comfort would keep him from ever adjusting to his situation.

In the light of Jesus’ words, we can see that hell will be much more than just a place of physical torment. Those who are consigned to that place will also be tormented with the thoughts of what could have been if they had trusted Jesus. The greatest witness that anyone could ever receive is the witness from God’s Word. The gospel is the “power of God unto salvation”.

Continue Reading

CHRISTIAN MESSAGES

The law and the prophets were until John: since that time the kingdom of God is preached, and every man presseth into it.

Published

on

Freed From The Law

The law and the prophets were until John: since that time the kingdom of God is preached, and every man presseth into it.

The Bible teaches that there are different dispensations or divinely ordered ways of God dealing with mankind throughout the ages. A dispensation is simply a period of time in which God deals with mankind in a certain way.

The Old Testament law was only a temporary dispensation and ruled from the giving of the law (Ex. 20) until the ministry of John the Baptist. When Christ came, He put an end to the law for righteousness (Rom. 10:4). Anyone who advocates the keeping of the law for the purpose of right standing with God is going back to an Old Testament system of law that has been abolished and is making the work of Christ void in his life.

The New Testament believer is under the dispensation of God’s grace. We are not under the law. That doesn’t mean the law has passed away. It is easier for heaven and earth to pass away than for the smallest part of the law to fail. The law hasn’t failed. It has been fulfilled (Mt. 5:17). Christ fulfilled every jot and tittle of the law for us and imputes to us that righteousness is not based on our performance but on our faith in Him. The law was never given for the purpose of justification. It was totally powerless to save. It only showed us our need and pointed us to a Savior.

The law was not made for a righteous man and it still serves a purpose for those who are not born again. For those who do not accept Jesus as their Savior, the wrath of God, which the law produces, abides on them. In this present age, Jesus has come not to condemn men but to bring them grace and truth. Those who do not believe on the Son are presently under the wrath of the Old Testament law, and, unless they repent, will suffer the wrath of God eternally. Thank God for His grace today.

 

Continue Reading




Trending

Copyright © 20202 Powered By Haelsoft Innovations