21 Days of Consecration

Day 3

We declare today “BE KIND TO SOMEONE DAY.” Do something kind to someone that you ordinarily shun. They may not understand the gesture but you do, and you will feel it in your heart.

“Lord, wash me and make me clean as I put away the evil of my doings. Create in me a clean heart and renew a right spirit within me. This is personal. God bless you!

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21 Days of Consecration

Day 2

You and I are people set apart with a commission from Christ to do the business of God, which is to reconcile the world to Him. He has equipped us with unseen powers and tools to accomplish this task. He has given us everything we need. We are His army, His chosen people. – Susan Gregory
“Lord, wash me and make me clean as I put away the evil of my doings. Create in me a clean heart O God, and renew a right spirit within we.” This is personal. God bless you!
Love you all,
Bishop Sharon

21 Days of Consecration

Today is the first day of our 21 days of fasting and prayer. We are stepping into a different experience of feeding our soul, strengthening our spirit, and renewing our body. By entering into this special time, we are consecrating ourselves (setting ourselves apart) to focus more intently on the Lord and His ways. Pray, read the Word of God, and allow God to speak to you. This is a time of renewing and refreshing. What is it that you need the Lord to do in your life? What is it you need in your heart, mind, soul and spirit? We lay this before the Lord.
“Lord, wash me and make me clean as I put away the evil of my doings. Create in me a clean heart O God, and renew a right spirit within me.” This is personal. God bless you!

JESUS!!!!!

TODAY IS YOUR DAY! TOMORROW IS NOT PROMISED!

Find your place and call on the name of the Lord. He can and will deliver…

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SONS and DAUGHTERS, call on the name of the Lord. He answers prayers.

The Matters of the Heart

(Something I read this morning)…

It’s easy to get your spiritual eyes fixed so firmly on the problems in your life, you overlook the blessings completely! As a result, you end up suffering through situations that should have you rejoicing.

Let me show you what I mean. Not long ago, this ministry was facing some terrific financial pressures, I stood in faith against them, I battled against them with the Word and in prayer.

What I didn’t realize was this: During that time when the problems seemed so great, the blessings were even greater. This ministry was growing faster, ministering to more people, writing more letters, printing more publications sending out more teaching tapes than ever before! It was a breakthrough time…A time for rejoicing. But I didn’t know it because I was too busy thinking about the problems.

I was so tunnel-visioned, all I could see was the pressure, and I suffered through some hard times when I should have been shouting the victory.

But thank God, he woke me up before it was over. He woke me up to the blessings and reminded me that the problems are temporary, or subject to change, but God and His Word of victory are never subject to change!

If you’ve been suffering through some hard times lately, wake up to the blessings around you. You’ll be much more effective in battling the problems if you’re giving God the glory for the solutions He’s already provided. Take your eyes off the trouble and look around you. You’ll soon be shouting the victory!

Have an awesome terrific day!

The Matters of the Heart

God is called by many names. He is the Lord our Healer, our Provider, our Banner, and our Righteousness. He also promises to be our deliverer. In this troubled world that may very well be what we need Him to be most often.

But there are many believers who never experience God’s mighty delivering power because, instead of walking closely with Him day by day, they wait until danger strikes to call upon Him. That just doesn’t work. If you want God to rescue you in the bad times, you have to fellowship with Him in the good times. Why? Because God responds to faith. Our faith, not our need, is what causes Him to act on our behalf. And we’ll never be able to develop that kind of faith, that kind of trust and confidence in Him, if we don’t spend enough time with Him to get to know Him.

1 John 3:20-22 tells us that we have confidence toward God when we do the things that are pleasing in His sight. If we only serve God half-heartedly, then we will not have confidence in Him to deliver us from trouble. When danger surrounds us, instead of being filled with faith, we’ll find ourselves paralyzed with fear.

Love and serve God with your whole heart. Walk closely with Him in good times. Then, when you need Him to be your Deliverer, you’ll know without doubt you can trust Him to care for you!

SCRIPTURE FOR TODAY: Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name. He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him, and honor him. Psalms 91:14, 15