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As this week’s theme on, The Heart of a Servant comes to an end, Brother Paul reminds us that we are indeed the workmanship of God. We were created in His image and then freed through Christ's’ sacrifice to spread God’s good word, grace and love through good works! There are multifaceted ways to spread His good word, grace and love, all through our Christ-like actions and reactions while having the heart of a servant! And remember Christ himself came in the flesh not to be served but to serve, everyone, even those who betrayed Him. So the next time you find yourself frustrated with a fellow sibling in Christ, just think about how Jesus showed us what it looks like to be a faithful Christian; Jesus knew that Judas was planning on betraying Him and yet He still washed his feet along with the other disciples. Now THAT is what having the heart of a servant looks like! To put our own carnal thoughts, feelings and desires aside for the kingdom of God, so that we may continuously glorify our Heavenly Father through our good works! When we live in His spirit we then have the mind of His spirit giving us the power to recognize what does and does not align with God’s righteous path. When we are living in His spirit we automatically have the heart of a servant as the two go hand in hand. And with this heart we fill our measuring cup with Christ-like attributes through our actions and reactions: i.e. selflessly giving of our time, energy or possessions, or reacting with grace, love and forgiveness.  Continue living in His spirit Brothers and Sisters, keep your heart open and willing to serve, and don’t forget to work toward manifesting/nurturing your God given talents so that you can share His light through your gifts!  Until Monday, we will leave you once again with the words of Christ Himself, “Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you” (Luke 6:38). Thank you Father God for bestowing such gifts to us, thank you for creating us in your image and thank you Jesus for your sacrifice so that we may (👇Continued below👇)
As this week’s theme on, The Heart of a Servant comes to an end, Brother Paul reminds us that we are indeed the workmanship of God. We were created in His image and then freed through Christ's’ sacrifice to spread God’s good word, grace and love through good works! There are multifaceted ways to spread His good word, grace and love, all through our Christ-like actions and reactions while having the heart of a servant! And remember Christ himself came in the flesh not to be served but to serve, everyone, even those who betrayed Him. So the next time you find yourself frustrated with a fellow sibling in Christ, just think about how Jesus showed us what it looks like to be a faithful Christian; Jesus knew that Judas was planning on betraying Him and yet He still washed his feet along with the other disciples. Now THAT is what having the heart of a servant looks like! To put our own carnal thoughts, feelings and desires aside for the kingdom of God, so that we may continuously glorify our Heavenly Father through our good works! When we live in His spirit we then have the mind of His spirit giving us the power to recognize what does and does not align with God’s righteous path. When we are living in His spirit we automatically have the heart of a servant as the two go hand in hand. And with this heart we fill our measuring cup with Christ-like attributes through our actions and reactions: i.e. selflessly giving of our time, energy or possessions, or reacting with grace, love and forgiveness. Continue living in His spirit Brothers and Sisters, keep your heart open and willing to serve, and don’t forget to work toward manifesting/nurturing your God given talents so that you can share His light through your gifts! Until Monday, we will leave you once again with the words of Christ Himself, “Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom. For with the same measure that you use, it will be measured back to you” (Luke 6:38). Thank you Father God for bestowing such gifts to us, thank you for creating us in your image and thank you Jesus for your sacrifice so that we may (👇Continued below👇)
As Christians we know to live according to the path our Savior laid out for us we must maintain our heart of a servant through our Christ-like actions and reactions. Anything short of that, makes us hypocrites, that is, if we truly believe in Christ and the word of God then we must live daily with the heart of a servant! Because as Jesus said, “Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of My brethren, you did it to Me.” So Brothers and Sisters, think about how you would treat Jesus if He were here in the flesh with us just as our neighbors are. If  He did something in particular and you didn’t initially understand His motive, would you be compassionate in your reaction or would you be judgmental? In this carnal world, in our carnal mind it’s all too easy to be judgmental, jealous, angry, bitter.. Etc. but when we are living in the Spirit we are living with the heart of a servant; thus our reactions are not of the carnal but of the Spirit. God is Love and Christ’s message was just that, to love one another. If Christ were here in the flesh, of course we would want to shower Him with love and praise! But remember as He has said, what we do to our neighbors we do to Him, so let’s bear that in mind each opportunity we have with our neighbors. We glorify our Heavenly Father when we live our lives the way Christ taught us, as our Christ-like actions and reactions have us shining His light, love and grace for all to see! Continue living in His spirit Brothers and Sisters, keep your heart open and willing to serve. We love you all! ❤️ #spiritidentity
As Christians we know to live according to the path our Savior laid out for us we must maintain our heart of a servant through our Christ-like actions and reactions. Anything short of that, makes us hypocrites, that is, if we truly believe in Christ and the word of God then we must live daily with the heart of a servant! Because as Jesus said, “Assuredly, I say to you, inasmuch as you did it to one of the least of My brethren, you did it to Me.” So Brothers and Sisters, think about how you would treat Jesus if He were here in the flesh with us just as our neighbors are. If He did something in particular and you didn’t initially understand His motive, would you be compassionate in your reaction or would you be judgmental? In this carnal world, in our carnal mind it’s all too easy to be judgmental, jealous, angry, bitter.. Etc. but when we are living in the Spirit we are living with the heart of a servant; thus our reactions are not of the carnal but of the Spirit. God is Love and Christ’s message was just that, to love one another. If Christ were here in the flesh, of course we would want to shower Him with love and praise! But remember as He has said, what we do to our neighbors we do to Him, so let’s bear that in mind each opportunity we have with our neighbors. We glorify our Heavenly Father when we live our lives the way Christ taught us, as our Christ-like actions and reactions have us shining His light, love and grace for all to see! Continue living in His spirit Brothers and Sisters, keep your heart open and willing to serve. We love you all! ❤️ #spiritidentity
As we continue this week’s theme, The Heart of a Servant, we are inspired & encouraged to use our God given talents to better serve the will of our Heavenly Father! As Peter says, “each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God” and so we shall! There is a reason we are not all made the same like robots, there is a reason we all differ in abilities, talents, intelligence, strength, humor, etc.! Your strengths may look different than that of your neighbor however if you look at all of us combined, as one grand family of God ready for battle against the wicked one, then we are all the more equipped as we all bring something of value to the table! “Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, let us prophesy in proportion to our faith; or ministry, let us use it in our ministering; he who teaches, in teaching; he who exhorts, in exhortation; he who gives, with liberality; he who leads, with diligence; he who shows mercy, with cheerfulness” (Romans 12:6-8). Living with the heart of a servant means furthering God’s will through Christ-like actions/reactions, using our strengths to show what living in God’s grace looks like! The whole point of Christ’s message to “love one another as we love ourselves” is to share with the world the heart of God! If we treat each human with love and compassion by denying our carnal when we really want to lash out instead, then we will save ourselves from falling into traps led by the wicked one all while sharing God’s grace with those around us. And if we focus our energy here on earth to sharing God’s message through our daily actions and reactions, then the best way to do this is to make use of our gifts! His gifts come in many different packages, as we are all made differently. You may have an abundance of will power which you can find some way to help others with, perhaps those who lack such will power. You may be skilled in a certain trade that you can use to donate to the needy, or perhaps through your trade you can spread His message. Are you a great listener? Our lost siblings need a (Continued 👇👇)
As we continue this week’s theme, The Heart of a Servant, we are inspired & encouraged to use our God given talents to better serve the will of our Heavenly Father! As Peter says, “each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God” and so we shall! There is a reason we are not all made the same like robots, there is a reason we all differ in abilities, talents, intelligence, strength, humor, etc.! Your strengths may look different than that of your neighbor however if you look at all of us combined, as one grand family of God ready for battle against the wicked one, then we are all the more equipped as we all bring something of value to the table! “Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, let us use them: if prophecy, let us prophesy in proportion to our faith; or ministry, let us use it in our ministering; he who teaches, in teaching; he who exhorts, in exhortation; he who gives, with liberality; he who leads, with diligence; he who shows mercy, with cheerfulness” (Romans 12:6-8). Living with the heart of a servant means furthering God’s will through Christ-like actions/reactions, using our strengths to show what living in God’s grace looks like! The whole point of Christ’s message to “love one another as we love ourselves” is to share with the world the heart of God! If we treat each human with love and compassion by denying our carnal when we really want to lash out instead, then we will save ourselves from falling into traps led by the wicked one all while sharing God’s grace with those around us. And if we focus our energy here on earth to sharing God’s message through our daily actions and reactions, then the best way to do this is to make use of our gifts! His gifts come in many different packages, as we are all made differently. You may have an abundance of will power which you can find some way to help others with, perhaps those who lack such will power. You may be skilled in a certain trade that you can use to donate to the needy, or perhaps through your trade you can spread His message. Are you a great listener? Our lost siblings need a (Continued 👇👇)
As Brother Paul explained to the churches of Galatia, through Christ’s sacrifice we are free and with this freedom we are called to live not by our flesh but by His word & His Holy Spirit. Jesus’s message is Love, and this unconditional love comes in many forms but the bottom line is that we are called to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. Paul warns us that we will reap what we sow, “if ye bite and devour one another, take heed that ye be not consumed one of another.” It’s like a vicious cycle, one the enemy works daily at getting us all trapped in. If we respond to an angry neighbor with anger we only produce more anger, however if we respond to that anger with compassion & understanding (i.e. love) then that breaks the cycle of anger and breaks the enemy’s hold! We ARE free which means we have the choice in how we react in every single situation we find ourselves. “If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit. Let us not become conceited, provoking one another, envying one another” (Galatians 5:25-26). Instead, let us live each day with the heart of a servant, always looking for ways to help others! Being a good Christian servant isn’t always a physical activity like doing a good deed, it can also look like empathy,  seeing our siblings through an open, understanding heart. We serve our Heavenly Father’s will here on earth with our Christ like actions and reactions, this is how we further His message by showing others what it looks like to live in His Spirit and with His grace! So, Brothers and Sisters, donning our compassionate hearts of a servant let us all work harder this week at denying our carnal & recognizing ALL humans as they truly are, our siblings in Christ. We love you all! ❤️ #spiritidentity
As Brother Paul explained to the churches of Galatia, through Christ’s sacrifice we are free and with this freedom we are called to live not by our flesh but by His word & His Holy Spirit. Jesus’s message is Love, and this unconditional love comes in many forms but the bottom line is that we are called to love our neighbors as we love ourselves. Paul warns us that we will reap what we sow, “if ye bite and devour one another, take heed that ye be not consumed one of another.” It’s like a vicious cycle, one the enemy works daily at getting us all trapped in. If we respond to an angry neighbor with anger we only produce more anger, however if we respond to that anger with compassion & understanding (i.e. love) then that breaks the cycle of anger and breaks the enemy’s hold! We ARE free which means we have the choice in how we react in every single situation we find ourselves. “If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit. Let us not become conceited, provoking one another, envying one another” (Galatians 5:25-26). Instead, let us live each day with the heart of a servant, always looking for ways to help others! Being a good Christian servant isn’t always a physical activity like doing a good deed, it can also look like empathy, seeing our siblings through an open, understanding heart. We serve our Heavenly Father’s will here on earth with our Christ like actions and reactions, this is how we further His message by showing others what it looks like to live in His Spirit and with His grace! So, Brothers and Sisters, donning our compassionate hearts of a servant let us all work harder this week at denying our carnal & recognizing ALL humans as they truly are, our siblings in Christ. We love you all! ❤️ #spiritidentity
Brothers and Sisters this week’s theme is called, The Heart of a Servant, because as Christians it is vital that we understand our place here on earth. “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45). We all know the memorable moment when Jesus, the Son of God washed His disciple’s feet: “So after he had washed their feet, and had taken his garments, and was set down again, he said unto them, Know ye what I have done to you? Ye call me Master and Lord: and ye say well; for so I am. If I then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another's feet. For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you” (John 13:12-15). Jesus had washed their feet as a symbol to show what God Himself is really all about, that His true nature is as a nurturer, of self giving love. It is through these selfless, generous acts of Jesus that we, His followers know the righteous path to follow. And it is through our Christ-like actions that we light the way for our lost siblings in the world! A lot of non-believers do not believe because of the selfish acts of some Christians, because when we are not living in His light, people see and the enemy makes sure they don’t easily forget. Remember that Jesus also washed Judas’s feet even though He knew that Judas was planning on betraying Him. Jesus shows us through His actions what it looks like to be a Christian, to live with the heart of a servant. “If someone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen?” (1 John 4:20). We have quite the responsibility as sons and daughters of God! We must share His truth through our actions and reactions, with our hearts open! Thank you Jesus for sacrificing yourself so we could be saved, and thank you for lighting the way back to our Heavenly Father! Brothers and Sisters, donning our compassionate hearts of a servant let us all work harder this week at seeing ALL humans as they truly are, our siblings in Christ. We love you all! ❤️#spiritidentity
Brothers and Sisters this week’s theme is called, The Heart of a Servant, because as Christians it is vital that we understand our place here on earth. “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45). We all know the memorable moment when Jesus, the Son of God washed His disciple’s feet: “So after he had washed their feet, and had taken his garments, and was set down again, he said unto them, Know ye what I have done to you? Ye call me Master and Lord: and ye say well; for so I am. If I then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another's feet. For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done to you” (John 13:12-15). Jesus had washed their feet as a symbol to show what God Himself is really all about, that His true nature is as a nurturer, of self giving love. It is through these selfless, generous acts of Jesus that we, His followers know the righteous path to follow. And it is through our Christ-like actions that we light the way for our lost siblings in the world! A lot of non-believers do not believe because of the selfish acts of some Christians, because when we are not living in His light, people see and the enemy makes sure they don’t easily forget. Remember that Jesus also washed Judas’s feet even though He knew that Judas was planning on betraying Him. Jesus shows us through His actions what it looks like to be a Christian, to live with the heart of a servant. “If someone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for he who does not love his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen?” (1 John 4:20). We have quite the responsibility as sons and daughters of God! We must share His truth through our actions and reactions, with our hearts open! Thank you Jesus for sacrificing yourself so we could be saved, and thank you for lighting the way back to our Heavenly Father! Brothers and Sisters, donning our compassionate hearts of a servant let us all work harder this week at seeing ALL humans as they truly are, our siblings in Christ. We love you all! ❤️#spiritidentity
Brothers and Sisters, we have a secret to tell you. A secret that transforms life. The great spiritual key for complete access to the spirit of the almighty God. Access to a love so pure, a power so grand that only God could create us to be able to hold Him. Our very being, spiritually and physically speaking, made perfectly to hold the greatness of His glory. To unlock the gate to the kingdom of heaven and bring life to a spiritually dead body we must use the key of self identity death. For this carnal identity is brought on by the father of lies. The one who steals, kills and destroys. Make note the struggles we have are by the belief of the enemy’s deception. Prides in using our human weakness against us. Anger, fear, hate, jealousy, impatience, lust, perversion, and all the other fruits of hell exist by the hand of an enemy.  Spiritually devouring us like a ravaging lion, creating false identities in us. Building strongholds in our minds of manipulated truth. Our self identity is a mirror to his self identity away from God. He uses his way on us to keep us away from the Source of love. The enemy cut connection to God’s Love in order to be its own god, its own self. Came into this world to raise children of its own image of sick perversion. The establishment of identity was filled with emotion, needs, and feelings of fear.  An identity that builds walls in order to protect pain. An identity that is threatened by others who identify with the same. An identity apart from God. Apart from truth. This enemy deceives us into giving life to false realities that play on the emotional weaknesses of carnal beings. Feelings hurt because we let worth be at the hand of what others says rather than what God says. And when pain creeps in hurt we fall into a pit of demonic hell. We are all under attack. Every day an evil day. The god of this world pleasures in

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Brothers and Sisters, we have a secret to tell you. A secret that transforms life. The great spiritual key for complete access to the spirit of the almighty God. Access to a love so pure, a power so grand that only God could create us to be able to hold Him. Our very being, spiritually and physically speaking, made perfectly to hold the greatness of His glory. To unlock the gate to the kingdom of heaven and bring life to a spiritually dead body we must use the key of self identity death. For this carnal identity is brought on by the father of lies. The one who steals, kills and destroys. Make note the struggles we have are by the belief of the enemy’s deception. Prides in using our human weakness against us. Anger, fear, hate, jealousy, impatience, lust, perversion, and all the other fruits of hell exist by the hand of an enemy. Spiritually devouring us like a ravaging lion, creating false identities in us. Building strongholds in our minds of manipulated truth. Our self identity is a mirror to his self identity away from God. He uses his way on us to keep us away from the Source of love. The enemy cut connection to God’s Love in order to be its own god, its own self. Came into this world to raise children of its own image of sick perversion. The establishment of identity was filled with emotion, needs, and feelings of fear. An identity that builds walls in order to protect pain. An identity that is threatened by others who identify with the same. An identity apart from God. Apart from truth. This enemy deceives us into giving life to false realities that play on the emotional weaknesses of carnal beings. Feelings hurt because we let worth be at the hand of what others says rather than what God says. And when pain creeps in hurt we fall into a pit of demonic hell. We are all under attack. Every day an evil day. The god of this world pleasures in Continue reading below 👇👇👇
God commissioned Joshua to take over Moses’ role after his passing, to lead the Israelites through more than thirty enemy armies. With Joshua’s leadership Israel realized with God, anything is possible! “Have I not commanded thee? Be strong and of good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.” This Brothers and Sisters is truth, and this truth still stands today! While we are battling in this very real Spiritual war on the daily, God IS ALWAYS WITH US!!! We have nothing to fear as we have faith and in our faith His Holy Spirit guides us daily through our battles! “Do not fear them, for the Lord your God is the one fighting for you” (Deut. 3:22). It is light vs dark on the daily, and it is our Christian duty to shine His light as children of God! The brighter His light shines the less darkness can survive. His light shines bright through each of us as we walk in the footsteps of Christ; when we do not fall to temptation of the evil one, when we do not fall for his lies and deceit, which this world is riddled with. Instead, we focus on the love God has for us, and the love we have for God! We focus on the many blessings in our lives and with gratitude we nurture the desire to be closer to God. Brothers and Sisters know that God is always here with you, with us and focus on Him daily, nurture that bond with our Lord so that you may never doubt His presence. It is through the strength of our faith that we are shielded from the works of the enemy. Not only are we protected but we are also the protectors! We must have courage enough to work outside our comfort zone and help our lost siblings when we see the need. Think about the way Jesus would speak to non-believers, He always used parables that those who were lost could relate to. It’s not about forcing beliefs on someone, each person is different and each person can be reached via their heart. So just think about how Christ would try and connect with the lost soul you are trying to connect with. And remember, We all have a choice in the perspective we live each day, it is in our Christlike actions and reactions that fuel (👇Cont. below 👇)
God commissioned Joshua to take over Moses’ role after his passing, to lead the Israelites through more than thirty enemy armies. With Joshua’s leadership Israel realized with God, anything is possible! “Have I not commanded thee? Be strong and of good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.” This Brothers and Sisters is truth, and this truth still stands today! While we are battling in this very real Spiritual war on the daily, God IS ALWAYS WITH US!!! We have nothing to fear as we have faith and in our faith His Holy Spirit guides us daily through our battles! “Do not fear them, for the Lord your God is the one fighting for you” (Deut. 3:22). It is light vs dark on the daily, and it is our Christian duty to shine His light as children of God! The brighter His light shines the less darkness can survive. His light shines bright through each of us as we walk in the footsteps of Christ; when we do not fall to temptation of the evil one, when we do not fall for his lies and deceit, which this world is riddled with. Instead, we focus on the love God has for us, and the love we have for God! We focus on the many blessings in our lives and with gratitude we nurture the desire to be closer to God. Brothers and Sisters know that God is always here with you, with us and focus on Him daily, nurture that bond with our Lord so that you may never doubt His presence. It is through the strength of our faith that we are shielded from the works of the enemy. Not only are we protected but we are also the protectors! We must have courage enough to work outside our comfort zone and help our lost siblings when we see the need. Think about the way Jesus would speak to non-believers, He always used parables that those who were lost could relate to. It’s not about forcing beliefs on someone, each person is different and each person can be reached via their heart. So just think about how Christ would try and connect with the lost soul you are trying to connect with. And remember, We all have a choice in the perspective we live each day, it is in our Christlike actions and reactions that fuel (👇Cont. below 👇)
“He who sins is of the devil, for the devil has sinned from the beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil” (1 John 3:8 NKJV). As we continue this week’s theme on Understanding Spiritual Warfare, we are diving into the words of Christ as He explains His reason for being in the flesh; “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.” With Christ in our lives everything is brighter, isn’t it?! Life is just a little easier knowing we have God in our corner, always looking out for us. When we run into trials and tribulation, if we didn’t bring it on ourselves you can rest assured that it wasn’t God’s doing. The enemy has come to steal, kill and destroy and so by any means necessary that is exactly what he does! We must always be spiritually mindful in our actions and reactions to not allow the enemy to steal our joy, kill our spirit nor destroy our faith! It is through our Christ-like reactions to trials that we are able to destroy the works of the devil! Brothers and Sisters we are all sons and daughters of the one true King and because we have Christ in our hearts we have the power and ability to say, “No satan, NOT TODAY!” It is in our steadfast faith which activates this power of light and love within each of us. Remember we all have a choice in the perspective we live each day with so be bold in your convictions today, and with open hearts let your light shine!! God Bless you all ❤️ We love you!! #spiritidentity
“He who sins is of the devil, for the devil has sinned from the beginning. For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that He might destroy the works of the devil” (1 John 3:8 NKJV). As we continue this week’s theme on Understanding Spiritual Warfare, we are diving into the words of Christ as He explains His reason for being in the flesh; “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.” With Christ in our lives everything is brighter, isn’t it?! Life is just a little easier knowing we have God in our corner, always looking out for us. When we run into trials and tribulation, if we didn’t bring it on ourselves you can rest assured that it wasn’t God’s doing. The enemy has come to steal, kill and destroy and so by any means necessary that is exactly what he does! We must always be spiritually mindful in our actions and reactions to not allow the enemy to steal our joy, kill our spirit nor destroy our faith! It is through our Christ-like reactions to trials that we are able to destroy the works of the devil! Brothers and Sisters we are all sons and daughters of the one true King and because we have Christ in our hearts we have the power and ability to say, “No satan, NOT TODAY!” It is in our steadfast faith which activates this power of light and love within each of us. Remember we all have a choice in the perspective we live each day with so be bold in your convictions today, and with open hearts let your light shine!! God Bless you all ❤️ We love you!! #spiritidentity

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