Faith In Action ‘For Him Alone’

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When we look at some of the stories from the bible,we see people who have acted out of surprising courage, that they probably fully didn’t understand they had.

Gideon for instance: “Who me Lord?”

Noah was called to build an ark. Noah head must have been spinning with questions after God’s calling, and again he probably said, “Who me Lord?”

Joshua was told to walk around Jericho with his army 7 times,and they would have a great victory  can you imagine Joshua’s question “What Lord?”

Ananias from the Book of Acts was ask to visit Saul. “Who Lord do you know who he is?”

These were just a few of the people in the Bible who were asked to do strange things.

We as followers of Our Lord and Our Friend, have become co-workers with Him. We all need to be willing vessels, sure we can question the calling, but we also must be obedient to complete any calling He asks of us.

Our Lord and Our Friend has a purpose and destiny for each one of our lives, and He may require us to do something that will take us out of our comfort zone.

Acts Chapter 3; Peter and John were going about their business, and going to the temple. A man who was lame from his mother’s womb, was carried there , believing he would get help from someone on the way to the temple. The help the man was expecting, became more than he expected when Peter and John prayed for Him. Peter and John shared out of what they had in Christ Jesus, and told the man to get up and walk. Read the wonderful story for yourselves.

Peter and John were born for such a time, as they walked in, such a time to recieve the Giftings The Lord has for All His followers. Peter and John response was, ‘Such as we have in The Name of Jesus Christ, get up and walk’. They knew what they had, in their Lord, Their Redeemer and Their Friend.

May be we will all have a chance, to hear the needs of someone looking to the answer to a problem in their lives. Will we says to Our Lord Our Redeemer and Friend, ‘Who Me Lord’, or will we use the gifting, we have been freely been given, and be bold to say, ‘in myself I can’t meet that need, but such as I have in Jesus Name, recieve your answer to your need’.

When we look at some of the stories from the bible,we see people who have acted out of surprising courage, that they probably fully didn’t understand they had.Gideon for instance: “Who me Lord?”

Noah was called to build an ark. Noah head must have been spinning with questions after God’s calling, and again he probably said, “Who me Lord?”

Joshua was told to walk around Jericho with his army 7 times,and they would have a great victory  can you imagine Joshua’s question “What Lord?”

Ananias from the book of acts was ask to visit Saul. “Who Lord do you know who he is?”

These were just a few of the people in the Bible who were asked to do strange things.We as followers of Our Lord and Our Friend, have become co-workers with Him. We all need to be willing vessels, sure we can question the calling, but we also must be obedient to complete any calling He asks of us.Our Lord and Our Friend has a purpose and destiny for each one of our lives, and He may require us to do something that will take us out of our comfort zone.

Be willing, for who He calls He also equips, and He said He would never leave us or forsake us, so we are never alone in anything He would have us do.

Be willing, Be ready, for anything Our Lord and our Friend would have us do.

God Bless.

O F J.

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