SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 05/03/15- “Always Remember To Take The Time!” (Hebrews 13:16)
Premise Question: Do we, as members of The Company of The Redeemed, honor and fulfill our sacred duty, by always remembering and never neglecting, to take the time to be kind and good toward others, as well as, by sharing the love of Jesus with them and by remembering to give generously to those who are experiencing difficult and challenging times, and are therefore, in desperate straights, without the sufficient help that’s required to meet their needs, as they anxiously await to receive some relief?
And don’t forget to do good and to share with those in need. These are the sacrifices that please God. (Hebrews 13:16 NLT)
No matter how busy, hectic or trying life may get, we, who are members of The Company of The Redeemed, should always remember and never neglect, to take the time to show kindness, with great generosity, towards others; sharing our life and substance with them freely, for these are the expressions of giving, with which, Papa God is most pleased! (Hebrews 13:16 PDCP)
Bottom Line: Do we ever get so caught up in our own lives, in the vicissitudes of life, with the varying ebbs and flow, that we either fail to remember or just outright neglect to honor and fulfill the sacred trust and duty given to us, by The LORD, to be genuinely kind and good towards others, to share Jesus with them and to make sure we offer our help and substance during their time of need? Or, do we make excuses, justifications or rationalizations for why we are not fulfilling our clearly delineated sacred trust and duty to others? Perhaps we’ve been wont to utilize some of these old and customary responses: “I just don’t feel lead!” “It’s not my calling or ministry!” “I don’t have that gift!” “I’m not qualified!” “I don’t have the resources!” “I’m fearful and frightened to do it!” “I’m unaware and don’t know anyone with those needs!” “I don’t live in that area!” “Let someone else do it!” “Isn’t someone else already doing it?” “I wouldn’t want to step on anyone’s toes!” “I don’t have anything to offer!” “Out of sight, out of mind!” So many excuses, justifications and rationalizations, these are just, but a smattering few. Everyone who is a member of The Company of The Redeemed has been called to fulfill and satisfy this sacred trust and duty, in some way or manner and in some degree! Something I’ve heard a very wise woman of Papa God say on numerous occasions, my wife, who heard some other wise woman of Papa God say is: “Stop making excuses and start making arrangements!” I’m not going to list all the different ways and opportunities that we are given, continually, to do good to others and to share Jesus with them and also to meet their needs, but, I will say this: Always remember, don’t ever forget or neglect, to be a veritable, satisfying blessing of refreshing to others, and in so doing, you will be pleasing to your Papa God! Blessing…
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SCRIPT FOR TODAY: 02/24/15- “Obey “THIS” law! Servants Of The Most High.” (Galatians 6:2)
Premise Question: What is, “THIS” law, and why is all the focus specifically on, “THIS” law?
Share each other’s burdens, and in this way obey the law of Christ.
(Galatians 6:2 NLT)
Help those who’ve been waylaid by the vicissitudes of life or even their own faults, missteps or misgivings, by offering to assist them, with a helping hand and the love, comfort and compassion of The LORD; in so doing, you will show that you are allowing The Law of Christ to control you, in the way and manner, in which, you respond to those who are experiencing difficulties, in their lives. (Galatians 6:2 PDCP)
Bottom Line: What is, “THIS” law? It is the law of love, hope and compassion, The Law of Christ; which is, to show His love, hope and compassion, with gentleness and long suffering, toward others, by expressing His love, hope and compassion, in acts of kindness, and service toward those who are experiencing difficult circumstances and times, in their lives, suffering with afflictions, being overwhelmed with anxiety, misfortune, or may have even been overcome by a moral failure, their own faults or some hardship. And, why all the focus on “THIS” specific law? Because if we are not fulfilling “THIS” law, The Law of Christ, then, nothing else matters and we end of being cursed by not fulfilling “THIS” law of love, hope and compassion, The Law of Christ! For when all is said and done, the only thing that really matters, is our faith in Christ expressing itself in love, hope and compassion, in helping and serving others! (Galatians 1:10, 5:6b, 14, 2:16c) Blessings…
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