Sunday Encouragement


We always like to encourage, if this is your day for rest, you still need encouragement. So what ever you are doing today be encouraged, and encourage someone else. Old Fellow John was visiting Pastor friends, yesterday both the Husband and wife are Pastors, and found out the wife was diagnosed with breast cancer. As OFJ puts it, it was great to spend time in fellowship with them, and then be able to take it to The Lord in pray, with them about the situation. His Pastor friends were able to encourage Him back, by telling them a man {Ron} who recently started coming back to their church, gave His testimony of what He had been doing and how He came to the Lord. He was now a Hospital chaplain at the local Hospital, and he had met OFJ 15 years ago.

OFJ  was praying for the man’s wife Robyn, and Ron asked Him to pray for Him too, OFJ helped lead both Ron and Robyn to the Lord, The man then shared from that day, his and Robyn’s lives were changed completely and they had been serving the Lord since.

Encouragement and witness, if we don’t do it, who will, Be an encourager and be blessed by it. Here is today’s encouragement Scripture verse.

Romans 12 verse 11

Do not lack diligence, be fervent in spirit, serve the Lord.”

Might be a short verse but it is short and sharp.

Each day we need to remind ourselves of how we should serve the Lord.

Could be called a three-pronged injection of daily vitamins to motivate us to do His work each day.

We need an attitude of diligence. Diligence meaning attentive, conscientious and industrious.

We need to be fervent in Spirit. Fervent means enthusiastic.

We serve the Lord. Serve meaning from services, the act of helping or serving.

Let us never be short of Diligence, Enthusiasm, Servanthood

I will finish with a verses from a poem I wrote (not yet used on the blog)

Let everything you do. Be done in the name of the Lord.

Let everything you say. Be backed up by His Word.”

Be Blessed today and everyday,

From Your Friends at My Lord My

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