“Do not pray for easy lives. Pray to be stronger men. Do not pray for tasks equal to your powers. Pray for powers equal to your tasks. Then the doing of your work shall be no miracle, but “YOU” shall be the miracle.” Phillips Brooks – US Episcopal bishop (1835 – 1893)
Be whole, be strong & courageous for He carried the cross in complete agony, but voluntary died in our behalf. “Nothing” – Absolutely Nothing, is compared to you God. Who always collects our broken pieces and make us whole once again, who heals our bleeding hearts and cleanse them to make them white as snow once again.
Carry your cross like Jesus did, Be Glories and victories, humble men of honor – men of God like a child honoring his own Father through worshiping, continually without ceasing raising and praising His Holy name by (Spirit & Truth).
For we are so privileged to have been created by Him and for Him; For through this knowledge comes responsibilities and accountability; to live a life sharing the words and fighting the wars for the benefit and the welfare of His upcoming Kingdom-ship..
How deeply more wonderful can it be, how more humbling will it feel to believe that we are created to be His Sons and daughters and when we love Him supremely, have faith, trust and complete obedience we make our heavenly Father smile and these acts do delight Him so much, even when “We Feel” He is a million mile away!
Let no one but God defiles you or shortchange you from knowing the true promises in God’s inspired and breathed words (The Holy Bible) by editing and sugarcoating these inspired words to inrich their earthly ministery; rather study, meditate, be inspired and get transformed by the powers of the Holiness of All these breathed words. Let no daylight end without declaring from all of your heart, all of your soul, mind and strength your pure love to Him and others specially he family members of His Faith.
Be Joshua 1:9
(God repeatedly commanded Joshua by saying ) “Have I not COMMANDED YOU? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.”
“Do not bring the Word of God down to the level of your ministry (whatever it is), rather be strong and courageous to bring your ministry up to God’s inspired words, which is what we are called to do and what honors and pleases the Father.” – Pastor Crawford Loritts The call to courage