Our ministry is based on these principles:
Love God, love people, show love and spread love.
With regard to Jesus Christ dwelling in our hearts, the first part of that duty applies to us: we need to make Christ feel at home in our hearts. He does not come into our hearts as a guest, but as the rightful owner. He bought us with His blood. When He comes to dwell in our hearts,
He is taking possession of that which is rightfully His. We often talk about “inviting Christ into your heart,” To make Christ at home in your heart, you need prayer, power through God’s Spirit, and faith.
And I will give you pastors according to mine heart, which shall feed you with knowledge and understanding. Jeremiah 3:15
Greetings everyone, I pray all is well with you and you families and that the hand of God continues to shield, guide and protect you.
Today's Topic: Family
Family(n): any group of persons closely related by blood as parents, children, uncles, aunts, or cousins.
Wrong. In too many cases the people who love and support you the most aren’t always blood related. People always say that blood is thicker than water, but in reality that’s not true.
A family isn’t someone who shares the same blood, DNA, or last name as you. Family is someone who is in your life and cares about your well being and happiness more than anything.
Family doesn’t have to be someone who came into your life years ago, it can be someone who showed up out of the blue and made your life better.
It is someone who supports you in everything you do. A person who cares about you and only wants the best for you
Family is someone who is there for your greatest accomplishments and unfortunate failures. Family is someone who takes the time out of their day to make you a part of theirs.
Family isn’t the people who are given to you in life, they are the people who came along when you needed them the most.
They aren’t the people that just happen to be in your family. They are people that teach you what family really is all about.
God Be with You Today.
The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?
Psalm 27 (KJV)
If you're having sex before marriage, go to church anyway. If you are a drug addict trying to beat addiction, go to church anyway. If you were out drunk all night the night before, go to church anyway. If you aren't sure what gender you prefer, go to church anyway. If you can't quit that disgusting habit, go to church anyway. Church is a hospital for the broken, lost, empty, confused, desperate, and rejected. Every sinner has a future, and every Saint has a past.
How do we break the chains of addiction and bondage? By prayer, prayer for you and prayer with you! There isn't a single person in the 4 walls of the church that doesn't have something they hate or regret about their past. We've all made mistakes, and will continue to, BUT His Grace is enough!! There's things that I'd never want to admit out loud about myself, but God knows.
And He loves me none the less. So whatever you've done, whatever you're doing, whatever you will do....go to church anyway, it might just change your life!! If you are in church and don't have any of those problems stop running those people away just like you got saved don't hinder someone else from a life changing/saving experience. its time to shepherd some lost sheep...