Glenn’s Meal 06-05-13

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Good morning everyone. This is the day the Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it. For some reason the Lord asked in my spirit; “how’s the heart of you and those you are associated with?” So I ask you this morning, are you living and loving with the heart knowledge of Jesus or are you just going through the motions of being a Christian and doing church. I’m not looking for you to answer me, you need to answer God.

Today’s Prayer

Father, just as a potter must have moist and supple clay to shape his vessels, so too, You need us to be pliable if You are to mold us according to Your will. Oh Lord, help us to yield ourselves completely to You — mind, will and emotions. “Melt us, mold us, fill us, use us; Spirit of the Living God, fall afresh on us.” Only then can we go forth — in Your name to celebrate Your sovereignty; in the name of Your Son, to proclaim Your message; and in the name of the Holy Spirit, empowered to serve. In the matchless name of Jesus we pray, Amen.

Let’s eat.

Working Wholeheartedly

In everything that he undertook in the service of God’s temple and in obedience to the law and the commands, he sought his God and worked wholeheartedly. And so he prospered. – 2 Chronicles. 31:21.

The bible tells us that Hezekiah was a Godly king. He was also a very talented businessman and builder. He was responsible for many noteworthy projects that are described in detail in the Old Testament. We discover from the passage above that King Hezekiah had two major attributes that contributed to his success and prosperity: He sought God, and he worked wholeheartedly upholding God’s laws.

Godly success involves a partnership between you and God. Success in God’s economy means achieving the purpose for which God made you. That purpose can never be discovered without seeking Him with a whole heart. You may achieve great things without seeking God, but you will never achieve the things God set out for you to achieve without seeking Him. Unless you seek Him, you may find yourself one day climbing to the top of the ladder only to find it leaning against the wrong wall.

What does it mean to seek God? It means creating time to sit before His throne in quiet places. It means reading His Word in order to know Him more intimately. It means developing an ear to hear His voice so that we know when to turn to the right or to the left. God desires to know you.

Are you willing to take the time to know Him? If so, you can be sure He will guide you into those things that will bring success to every aspect of your life.

Quote of the Day

We are prepared to serve the Lord only by sacrifice. We are fit for the work of God only when we have wept over it, prayed about it, and then we are enabled by Him to tackle the job that needs to be done. May God give to us hearts that bleed, eyes that are wide open to see, minds that are clear to interpret God’s purposes, wills that are obedient, and a determination that is utterly unflinching as we set about the tasks He would have us do.

Alan Redpath

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Written by Glenn Sterrett, Founder and CEO of the GCKRS™ Helping Hand Foundation.

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