EVENING DEVOTIONAL

EVENING DEVOTIONAL

Help and teach with wisdom:  I miss the good old days when Men of God taught the word of God at the same time teaching real life solutions. We used to visit our Pastors to get wisdom on spiritual, psychological, financial and relationship related matters;but these days you only get one answer,'Its done just go'. •Me;Pastor my wife is leaving me. Pastor; Its done,go. What should I do ? Where should I adjust? He doesn't say. •Me;Prophet I need a job .Prophet; receive its done. How? What should I do ? Where should I start? •Me; Apostle, I'm having bad dreams. Apostle;Go and sleep well,its done. Does he even understand Spiritual warfare? Does he understand Spiritual alters set upon my life? He doesn't bother to inquire. •Me; Men of God ,bless me. Men of God; its done after 2weeks you will receive $20k in your account. What's the plan ? Where from? I don't have an account.Don't the bible say ,'you shall reap what you sow' not 'you shall reap what others have sown'.

SAUL IN TARSUS: JERUSALEM AT PEACE -Then the church throughout Judea, Galilee and Samaria enjoyed a time of peace. It was strengthened; and encouraged by the Holy Spirit..."Acts 9:31, NIVThere was turmoil among brethren when a former Muslim attended their fellowship on campus one day. Some, who knew him very well, as one of the leaders of Muslim students, took him for a spy and an impostor. Others who were really convinced about his conversion experience had sharp disagreement with the first group. But peace started to reign when they began to see the manifestation of the Holy Spirit in his life after sometime. Likewise, Saul tried to join the disciples at Jerusalem after his conversion. Many were focusing on his past, thinking he was just trying to work his way into the circle of believers, to identify them or get them arrested. Is it not funny how we go about preaching the gospel, but still doubt the conversion of others? How many have we sent away from the fold because we found it difficult to forgive them, and we still judged them based on their past? The gospel that we preach is one of peace, and we should let this peace rule our hearts, as we relate with others, whom we feel are not so 'worthy.' Saul's life is a testimony of how someone we have looked down on might be the anointed instrument for peace and growth in the church. "I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go..." Psalm 32:8. Jeremiah 35-37 .A church exists for double purpose of gathering in and sending out. – Anonymous
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