Often in the beginning of the year I usually concentrate more on what I do want in my life, but I have been forgetting to check with what God wants for me early in the year. So in the beginning of this year, I got to do that, to seek the Lord in prayer to know His will for me this year. In the middle of last week, as I was continuing doing my own thing, finalizing YouCount Magazine new issue and edition, it was during the night, and The Lord spoke to me in an inner voice. He was singing, and I kept singing “This is my story, this is my song, praising my Savior all the day long. This is my story, this is my song, praising my Savior all the day long.” It was like a two seconds moment. And I knew it was Him answering me, telling me to give Him glory this year.
The reason why I’m sharing this is because many times what the Lord Jesus says to one; it is His Will to all. So I’m glad I got a big picture for me for this year from the Lord. I’m glad to begin my year on the right foundation, to pray and seek the Lord. In the Bible in the book of Colossians chapter 3 verse 17 it says, “And whatever you do or say, do it as a representative of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father.” Meaning that, in your business, do it for the glory of God. In your workplace, your job, do it for the glory of God. At home, do it for the glory of God. Some people will only know about the Lord Jesus Christ, God’s love, and the gift of Salvation through you.
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Hallelujah means “Praise the Lord!” It is the sound of victory. In this recent issue and edition, Helen Majaga has shared a glimpse concerning a few of her struggles, of which some she has overcome and some on her way to overcoming them by the Grace of God.
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There is this story that the Lord Jesus shared in the Bible that maybe we can learn from, even though it can teach us a few more lessons from it, but it shows us that we should not forget to check with the Master. Continue reading Check with the Master