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Don’t just talk; perform!
Then the LORD said to me, “You have seen well, for I am watching over my word to perform it.” Jeremiah 1:12
Most of us take stock as the year ends. Sometimes we are surprised at how much we have achieved in the space of 365 days. Some other times, we are disappointed at how many achievable things we have left undone for several excuses including, “I forgot”
Always, despite all, God has does so much for us.
He decides to do a thing for you and he does it. Yet you decide to do something for yourself, your neighbor and for Him; you forget all. How does He do it? He says, “I am watching over my word to perform it.”
It’s time to take after your Father. Don’t just talk, perform your words; it’s God’s principle for achievements. Don’t always come back to say why what you had said earlier will no longer work. It might mean you have to think deep before talking. So be it.
Sometimes you have to do it simply because you have said before that you would do it.
“But all this was done, that the scriptures of the prophets might be fulfilled.” Matthew 26:56.
Don’t just talk; perform!
This is the 14th issue of grenepages.
“SOMEONE TOUCHED ME.”
There were several people, probably in their thousands pressing on Jesus to get something from him. Some shook hands with him; “oh Rabbi, nice to see you.” Some hugged him; “You are really doing well Mr. Christ, please keep up the good works,” they must have said to him. Some stood afar off; they just wanted to see his face. Some held his hands as he walked along the way. Some were pulling his garments; they liked the colours. Some wanted to feel its texture. It was a mammoth crowd, all charging at one target – Jesus.
Of all that had happened that day, suddenly he stopped and asked; “Who touched me? Someone touched me.” “I FELT HEALING POWER DISCHARGING FROM ME…”
Of all that charged at Him, pressed on him, shook his hands and hugged Him that day, only one person triggered healing power from Jesus. “Out of everyone here, someone has touched me,” Jesus said.
In this 13th edition of grenepages, our team have been inspired to call your attention to the fact that there is a need for you to pay attention to “Touching Jesus.” Be done with unhealthy traditions that bring no benefits, both individually and as a church. Touch Him.
Welcome once again. You’ll be blessed.
In the English dictionary, little is the opposite of much.
In reality, little means so much.
Just a little salt is enough to make the food taste good. You don’t need so much. Just a little yeast makes the flour rise. It doesn’t have to be as much as the flour. The little things often taken as insignificant, turns out to mean much more than we imagine.
The woman with the widow’s mite had just little. That money was too little to do anything. She could have delayed her giving until the day she would have something bigger. Yet out of love, she gave the little. Despite all the big offerings, Jesus noticed the little. Her blessing obviously was in no way little.
Welcome to our 12th issue of grenepages.
that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:17 NKJV
Would you use an incompetent driver? Would you hire an incompetent lawyer? How about a quack doctor, a plumber without tools or a soldier without arms?
Why then do you think being incompetent in the things of God is not an issue?
Importance differs from one man to the other, as the things I consider important may be the least on your scale of preference. The things of God are very different. They should rank most important for everyman. He (God) does not joke with it, just as you don’t, even much more.
He demands competence. He demands thorough equipment. Not just works, but good works.
Our team have put together pieces to remind you that God would rather have his men competent, qualified, approved, equipped and doing good works.
Welcome to our 11th issue of grenepages