Moving To The Next Level


Moving to the nexty Level

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“It’s All About The Message”


Praise the Lord Beloved.
Jesus came to this earth and lived His earthly life as an everyday down to earth person. He didn’t wear the fancy head wear nor the pompous attire the Pharisees and the Sadducees wore. He’s not recognize by the fancy high dollar suites and ties nor the high class living conditions.

Today, Jesus is recognized for His love and compassion and the Good News He brought and spread all across the world.

Have a blessed day Everyone.
Jesus and Bishop

“Respected Courtesy”


Morning Blog
Good Morning Every!!! 😀

I hope everyone had a blessed weekend and a joyous Sunday.
 
Over the weekend I read the writings in Esther and in chapter 2 verse 15 caught my eye. It says: Esther was the daughter of Abihail, who was Mordecai’s uncle. (Mordecai had adopted his younger cousin Esther.) When it was Esther’s turn to go to the king, she accepted the advice of Hegai, the eunuch in charge of the harem. She asked for nothing except what he suggested, and she was admired by everyone who saw her.
 
Beloved, the words “respected courtesy” came to my mind.
Respected Courtesy is when anyone that’s in your presence revere you.
 
Beloved, in Christianity we become revered when our change from immoral characteristic to moral characteristics are completed. Once this change occurs then God grants us His respected courtesy which permits us to step into His realm of favor. When God displays His respected courtesy toward us everyone that sees us can’t help but notice.
 
Have a Blessed Monday and an Awesome Week Everyone!!! 😀

“Designed to Encouraged and Build Up”


Bishop Houstons weekend word picture

Praise the Lord Beloved!!! Happy New month to you. 😀

Beloved, in 1 Thessalonians 5:11, NLT, it says: “11 So encourage each other and build each other up…”

Beloved, as we go into this weekend there will be people that we will see and some we will encounter. God has premeditated us to live in relationship with others. His design for us is to help each other grow. Contrary to what some may believe, none of us will reach our highest potential by ourselves. We need people in our lives to encourage us, and we need to encourage the people in our lives and help them reach their potential. The word “encourage” means to “urge forward.” I’m sure you will agree with me when I say, many times, you can see things in other people that they don’t see themselves. You can see their strengths and talents. You can see that God has a special plan for them even though they may be going through a difficult time. Beloved, don’t assume that people see what you see in them.

So, let’s take a few moments out of our weekend and encourage them either with a kind word or a simple note. You might even have a special gift you can give them that will remind them of their goal or dream. Beloved, in whatever way you can, urge the people in your life to keep moving forward. If you’ll encourage and help others fulfill their visions, God will help you fulfill your visions also, and you’ll live in blessing all the days of your life.

Going into this weekend, will you Pray with Me?

Let’s pray:
Dear Heavenly Father, I want to thank You in advance for the people You will placed in my life. Lord God, help me encourage them and build them up to find inspired ways that will implant a desire in them to toward Your glory.

In Jesus’ Mighty Name I pray,
Amen and Amen.

Have a blessed Weekend Everyone!!! 😀
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“A Pledged Love”


“Breaking Bread with Bishop Houston”

John 3:16

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son”

Praise the Lord Beloved, hope you all had a blessed Thanksgiving.

*For God so loved the world that He gave…and He gave…and He gave.

Beloved, the message in this morning’s Bible verse brings us from beginning to end. It sounds simple. Yet few of people really comprehend it.We can understand the idea of a God of power. We can understand a God who desires to be served. But an Almighty God who loves us so much that He desires, above all, to give to us? That can be hard to believe.

You know, for thousands of years, God has been working to drop the revelation of His love into the hearts of men and women. He’s made loving promises of blessing and protection. But He’s always faced that same obstacle human beings who just couldn’t bring themselves to believe those promises were true.

Let me give you an example, the story of Abram is a great illustration. He wasn’t accustomed to the idea of a God who gives. After all Beloved, he’d grown up as a worshiper of the moon, and the moon had certainly never seemed interested in doing anything for him. Then he encountered El Shaddai, the greatest Being of all. The one Almighty God. And the first thing this El Shaddai wanted to do was “give” to him.

Beloved, God’s promises astounded Abram so much that he couldn’t believe them. In Genesis 15:8 Abram asked the Lord how would he know if everything would be his.

And believe it or not, God answered him. God made a blood covenant with Abram and that blood covenant settled all the questions about God’s love and loyalty that Abram thought about ever asking God.

You see, there shouldmnever be a question or doubt about the loyalty and love of God. He always keeps it 100. 😀

“To God Be The Glory!!!” 😀

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