Posts from November 2020

Posts from November 2020

Only The Living Shall Worship The Lord

Happy Thanksgiving to you all my brothers and sisters in the Lord.  As I often say, each time I think deep, I always end up feeling that my tank is full of God’s blessings and therefore have no other recourse but to be thankful.  I trust that especially in this year 2020, where many people have personally felt its ups and downs, you feel the need to be thankful.  It has been a very long year, although the Lord has…

Majoring In The Minors

How we approach our Christian journey ultimately depends on what we think really counts in matters of faith.  There is no doubt that very often we get it completely wrong and therefore approach our faith based on a wrong premise.  All of these are factors in how we worship God, and maybe even have their place in the outcomes of our worship.  The problem is that many of us have become experts in majoring in the minors.  We tend to…

Let Everything That Has Breath Praise The Lord

If there was ever a year in which it is difficult to praise God, it must be the year 2020, with all its attendant issues. However, praising God is something that God wishes us to do, and to do as naturally as we breathe. “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord” – (Psalms 150:6). So, it is a great day to praise the Lord. Why? Because we still have breath to praise and glorify the most-high God. Only the…

Still On His Promises

As we continue to talk about God’s promises and how He fulfills them, we must also pay attention to some promises that require some action from us.  Those promises usually hinge on God’s desire for us to have a relationship with Him.  “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door…

Living As God’s Masterpiece

In my last piece, I drew attention to God’s truth, that we are His Masterpiece.  How do we become God’s Masterpiece?  We become His Masterpiece when He creates us anew in Christ Jesus.  So, the moment we accept Jesus Christ into our lives we become God’s Masterpiece, well, presumably.  The truth however is that becoming God’s masterpiece is one thing, continuing to live as God’s masterpiece is another.  The idea is that once we find Jesus Christ, we are no…