|Posted by LEROY WEEKES on May 23, 2013 at 6:25 PM||comments (0)|
Someone once said, "Life is fragile; handle it with prayer". Everyone desires to live but all will die. The key to wisdom for living is: "As a man lives, so shall he also die". Jesus also taught us that if we live for the sword, we will also die by the sword. We must utilize God-inspired wisdom when it comes to living. No one is going to be here forever. Live with eternity in mind. Make choices with your time of final departure in mind. Place a high regard on your relationship with Jehovah God; on commitment to His church; submitting to the dictates of His holy word; on valuing His family; and releasing yourself to His way of doing things. Your life is not your own! It is not your own! Stop the foolish living, people! It is only what you do for Christ will last from time into eternity. Holy Wisdom! Wisdom principles! Discover them and be guided by them! They are in the word of Jehovah God awaiting your visit! Amen!
|Posted by LEROY WEEKES on May 5, 2013 at 11:25 PM||comments (0)|
Repeat these basic essentials over and over to God's people. Warn them before God against pious nitpicking, which chips away at the faith. It just wears everyone out. Concentrate on doing your best for God, work you won't be ashamed of, laying out the truth plain and simple. Stay clear of pious talk that is only talk. Words are not mere words, you know. If they're not backed by a godly life, they accumulate as poison in the soul. Hymenaeus and Philetus are examples, throwing believers off stride and missing the truth by a mile by saying the resurrection is over and done with. http://bible.us/97/2ti.2.15.msg
|Posted by LEROY WEEKES on April 13, 2013 at 10:30 PM||comments (0)|
This morning we learn in Breakthrough Prayer that there are Four categories of church folks and you are one of them:
1. Passers-by who come now and again.
2. Members but still inactive.
3. Learners who just come for the teaching but not growing.
4. Followers who are actively involved in making disciples and maturing. (Shared by Pastor Samuel).
It is time to transition to the next level of your relationship with Jehovah God. Come to Him; go up to Him; strive to be higher in Him. Blessings await you at every level. Amen!