letting go sometimes is a hard thing to do, especially when you’re young and you have so many dreams, ambitions and desires that you want to go after. But have you left God out of the equation? Are you going after His will or your way?
When the Lord asks us to do something it can be overwhelming, believe me when the Lord called me to preach, I felt like Moses who didn’t have it all together, the right skills, etc. Those are the people that He wants to use, those who know nothing.
Exodus 3:11 “But Moses said to God, “Who am I that I should go to pharaoh, and that I should bring the children of Israel out of Egypt?”
Q: Who am I? Who are you?
A: You are a blood bought child of God, redeemed and loved who has been qualified to do the task at hand, nothing shall stop you! You can do anything and everything through Christ!
Exodus 4:10 “Then Moses said to the Lord, O my Lord, I am not eloquent, neither before nor since You have spoken to Your servant; but I am slow of speech and slow of tongue.”
Excuses, excuses. Our disabilities has no excuse for His ability to use us, no matter what it is. If He has called you, He will equip you!
A door has many symbols of what it represents. As in the spiritual it symbolizes freedom; as in such a sinner coming to know Christ. Once living in darkness but walking into the light. And a christian moving closer and closer to the heart of God through the rooms of trials and circumstances only to experience the intimacy that God is allowing us to have with Him.
“Open” a short series by gfjministry.com coming late October
“Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.”. – Matthew 5:8
I must see that my ways please the Lord. Even then I shall have enemies; and, perhaps, all the more certainly because I endeavored to do that which is right. But what a promise this is! The Lord will make the wrath of men to praise Him, and abate it so that it shall not distress me. When I meet death, who is called the last enemy, I pray that I may be at peace. Only let my great care be to please the Lord in all things.
– Charles Spurgeon
What a great privilege to know when we breathe our last breath here on earth that the next breath we will enter into is Heavens rest. The contamination of the sin that some harbor in their hearts is only leading them away from the presence of God rather than closeness and intimacy that you could not even imagine by being free from these pollutions.
What a pure heart person can see:
– The heart-pure person can see God in nature
– The heart pure person can see God in scripture
– The heart pure person can see God in his church family
– The heart pure person can see something of God’s true character.
What is in your heart?
“In a World that will fail, His love will always remain.”