Give Your Life for Something

You are going to give your life for something. What will it be - a career, a sport, a hobby, fame, wealth? None of these will have lasting significance. Service is the pathway to real significance.

As we serve together in God's family, our lives take on eternal importance. Paul said, "I want you to think about how all this makes you more significant, not less . . . because of what you are a part of." (1 Corinthians 12:14,19)

God wants to use you to make a difference in his world. He wants to work through you. What matters is not the duration of your life, but the donation of it.

If you're not involved in any service or ministry, what excuse have you been using?

Abraham was old; Jacob was insecure; Leah was unattractive; Joseph was abused; Moses stuttered.

Gideon was poor; Samson was codependent; Rahab was immoral; David had an affair and all kinds of family problems. Elijah was suicidal; Jeremiah was depressed; Jonah was reluctant; Naomi was a widow.

John the Baptist was eccentric to say the least; Peter was impulsive and hot-tempered; Martha worried a lot. The Samaritan woman had several failed marriages; Zacchaeus was unpopular; Thomas had doubts; Paul had poor health; and Timothy was timid.

That is quite a variety of misfits, but God used each of them in his service. He will use you, too, if you stop making excuses.

My Spirit, My Responsibility (Part 1) 08/25/2014




There are so much plans God have for you but if one thing holds you back from doing what God wants to do for you is your inability to rule your spirit.

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Psalms 23: The More I Know God, The More Confident I Can Be About My Future (8/17/14)




We live in a crazy world. We live in uncertain times. Evil and hatred is everywhere. But in spite of all the negativity that surrounds us, we can still be confident about our future.

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Psalms 23: The More I Know God, The More He Cares For Me (8/10/2014)




Jesus wants to care for us. Three areas of our lives that we need to allow Jesus to help us with.

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Psalms 23: The More I Know God, The More Courage He Gives Me (8/3/2014)




Even in our darkest valleys, our darkest days, God is there. "Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me." Psalm 23:4 How do I handle the dark valleys of life?

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Psalms 23: The More I Know God, The Better Choices I Can Make (7/27/2014)




Life is a series of choices, of decisions. Success is basically a matter of making wise decisions. The antidote to the stress of decision making is to let God guide you. "The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want." The good Shepherd not only feeds us, He leads us. He not only provides, He also guides. The good Shepherd not only protects, He also directs. God has said "I will guide you through this life if you trust Me."

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Psalms 23: The More I Know God, The More I Can Heal From Hurt (7/20/2014)




God is the God of restoration. Psalms 23:3 says that He (God) restores our soul. Restore means to repair or return to a former condition. God makes all things new and He can do a new work in you, if you allow Him.

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