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"Leaders choose to serve people as much as possible even when the receptors of blessings have less regard and thankfulness for it, because in serving to thankless people they find that it is not the receptor that makes them to be great but the reception of God's grace within them that makes them to be great in the sight of God and drives them to serve people." — Abraham Israel
"True greatness of humans are not found in ourselves, but rather when we find ourselves in God who loves to express through us in various ways and means for His own glory." — Abraham Israel
"The more we think that we can do all things as we like and want, the more we become empty of true greatness which lies within us. The less we think of ourselves and learn to think more on God and others to reflect what He is to us and likewise to others as a true Father of all spirits, the more we become great with our gifts and talents that God has invested in us to bring Him glory for all eternity. The more we think of God and His goodness towards us and like wise be good reflectively towards others, the less time we have to think of ourselves. The moment a person starts to think that he has achieved humility, in that very moment he becomes deceived to lose humility because of pride. When we stop working for ourselves, that is when God starts to work for us and show His true greatness through us. We become the best we are made to be, when we let ourselves go and let God. Today as you think of your greatness, make sure to think in terms of God's greatness in which God has hidden your true potential to prosper and succeed in life. Those who lift the cross of Jesus Christ in their daily life are hidden safe and secure from all harms of deception and emptiness in life that comes because of pride which God hates. God loves you too much to leave you by yourself without Him involved in everything small to big things in life. Find yourself in God and your will never have to search to find yourself anywhere else!" — Abraham Israel
"The authentic sign of the Creator and his unique choice to create each thing individually for His Glory shines forth to all the human minds except those whose minds are darkened due to lack of thankfulness for it all. Be thankful for all creation and you will never lose the thrill of living life to the full!" — Abraham Israel
"God is so big that heavens and earth cannot contain him, but He is so unique in revealing Himself to us humans that He can contain himself to nearly empty nothing to overflowing everything as we seek Him intensely in faith and perseverance. In other words, you can be saved but remain empty without further revelation of Jesus, or you may have seen the works of Jesus one quarter, yet remain empty the other three quarter of your heart and life. You can be half filled and yet remain empty the other half. Further you might have seen God work three quarter and yet remain one quarter empty. Or else you can be filled to the brim and overflowing with Jesus through the Holy Spirit and see Him in His fullness in every area of your life, as you walk hand in hand with Jesus Christ in intimacy and communion. You can choose to remain filled to the brim and overflowing or again lose back yourself to the partial filling through lack of fellowship and practice of the commandments of Jesus first in your own life, and then because of having failed to teach others all around you within your family, locality, state, nation and in all the world. God is so big, so high, so wide and so so deep that this lifetime is only a prelude to know Him a little fraction of who He is, but those who are called through salvation and love Him are given the opportunity of a eternity ahead to progressively see Him further and further work and dwell with Him in joy and peace as His dear Child in a life that is without end. When we stop working, God starts working. When we stop trying to make a god of our own imagination for ourselves by our religiosity, God starts to reveal to us who He is in reality from within our heart to various degrees with which we seek Him sacrificially through faith." — Abraham Israel
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Thursday, August 8, 2019
Today's Bible Verse To Ponder Over:
"In all your getting, get understanding." (Prov 4:7).
If I were to ask you which is the most important thing that you have right now in your life? Many will answer it is the life I have, some will say it is the property that I have, still some others will say that it is the family and relatives that I have, and further up some people will say that the most important thing in the whole world for me are the friends I have in my life, etc...Even though all these things are very important to us physically on earth for our physical, social and psychological well being which God has given as a blessing to us, none can ever be compared to the spiritual life that has come to us from Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior through whom we have inherited a fortune to live as the child of God for eternity ahead.
No person wants to think what about the life to come after we die, why? Because all want to live, nobody wants to die. But all humans die because the law of God demands that the human who sins should die and so we as sinful humans from our mothers womb have become helpless to be separated from this body of ours any moment of time. Fear of death have kept most humans in bondage to their own flesh which the devil operates to his whims and fancies to destroy themselves. For this reason because of God the Father Almighty's love towards us sinful humans, who is the creator of heaven and earth, He sent us Jesus Christ, his only sinless Son, our Lord to come to this earth through the virgin Mary. He suffered for our sins under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended to the dead to take them back again to heaven in their new resurrected body. On the third day he rose again for our justification. Justification is the act of God through which we become accepted to Him through our faith in the sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ.
He ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of the Father as our high priest and intercedes on behalf of us so that we might continue to go to him in prayer and supplication for the cleansing of our conscience from sins which makes us live in God's mercies and grace forever and ever. He will come again to judge the living and the dead. For the righteous believer will be rewarded for eternity ahead to serve the Lord forever and ever. The unrighteous unbelieving will be given tender mercies from the Lord to repent and turn to the Savior Jesus who saves now all who come to God through Him and will judge the unsaved through their works which cannot save their souls if they continue to live without faith and die in unbelief. Now tell me what is the most important thing that you have received in this life? Is it not the understanding of salvation that the Son of God Jesus Christ has given us all through his very own life, death and resurrection, which has taken away our fear of death and have given us freely faith, hope and love to serve our living God for now and ever and ever in eternity that is ahead of us? O Lord Jesus Christ come! Amen!
PRAY WITH ME DEAR SAINTS: Dear Heavenly Father, I thank you and praise you for My Lord and Savior Jesus Christ who died and set me free from sin and death. I Praise you for your love, mercies and grace that you have shown towards me for eternity ahead. My life is all about revealing your glory to all humans and finish the work you have given to me on earth. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy universal Church, the communion of the saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting. I give you all the Glory for this understanding you have given me through Jesus Christ. Amen.
Abraham Israel I
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"The greatest gift that God has given to us personally now on earth that will be remembered for all eternity is our understanding about Jesus Christ through whom we give praises and thanks through our body which is a holy living sacrifice through which we acceptably and pleasingly serve God constantly, and also are glorified by God as we serve Him faithfully." — Abraham Israel