Thursday, August 4, 2011

Do you like what your thoughts are telling you lately?

If your thoughts give you alot of stress, fears and condemnation.... Close your eyes . ( No, I'm not going to ask you to repent or feel guilty)
Get up, and let Jesus' sacrifice on the cross lift you up. Yes!
Jesus have not only taken our sickness,poverty, curses on the cross but our imperfections as well. So we on this earth can truly live a guilt-free, peaceful, joyful lives!
For only in this way, we can sincerely glorify Him.

Wooooow! This truth has set me free!

What about you?

Enjoy today's powerful devotional from Joseph Prince my dear friends.
Pls. always remember , DO NOT give in to your fears because we have a good and awesome God who won't give up for us. He will never leave us. Yeaaaaaah!

Keep on saying to yourself,
"I have a good and awesome God who loves me uncondiotionally. He is my Abba, Father, He will never leave me. Amen. "

Halleluyaaaaaaaaaah!!!

Read on and let me shout Thank God it's Friday!!!

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"What Have You Been Saying?" By Joseph Prince

Proverbs 18:21
21Death and life are in the power of the tongue…

Many things in life can cause us to fear — losing our jobs, deadly diseases, terrorist attacks and so on. When these things confront us, we tend to give in to worry and fear, and start talking about our fears.

Job was no different. He constantly feared that God would punish him and his family because he kept thinking that his sons had sinned against God. He would get up early in the morning to offer burnt sacrifices, saying, “It may be that my sons have sinned and cursed God in their hearts.” And the Bible tells us that he did this “regularly”. (Job 1:5)

So Job kept confessing the sins of his sons and fearing that something terrible would happen to him and his family. In fact, his sin-consciousness didn’t just produce fear, the Bible tells us that he “greatly feared”. (Job 3:25)

It is important that we understand that it was Job’s sin-consciousness that opened the door to Satan. His preoccupation with sins that his family may have committed gave Satan the opportunity to bring death and destruction into his life. God had a hedge of protection around Job. But when he started being sin-conscious and having a fearful expectation of judgment, the hedge was removed and Satan could attack him. (Job 1:9–12)

My friend, today, if you have sinned, don’t say, “I have failed again. I deserve to be punished by God.” Know that you already have forgiveness of sins because Jesus was punished and condemned in your place! (Ephesians 1:7) So say, “I am the righteousness of God in Christ. Jesus, You are my holiness and perfection.” (1 Corinthians 1:30; 2 Corinthians 5:21)

We must be mindful of what we believe and say regularly because “death and life are in the power of the tongue”. So when you hear of a deadly virus taking many lives, don’t say, “I’m next because I have not been a good Christian!” Instead, say, “Jesus, You are my righteousness and protection. Surely You shall deliver me from the snare of the fowler and from the perilous pestilence!” (Psalm 91:3)

Beloved, such believing and confessing not only please God, but they also shut the door on Satan so that he cannot make any inroad into your life!








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