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Zeal For His House

Dear Sisters,

We thank God Almighty for His mighty deeds in our midst during the Conference. It was phenomenal and to Him alone be all the glory. Feel free to share your testimonies with us.

I was meditating recently on 'how God driven we truly are' and i thought to discuss it with you all.
You know how we all say to God to use me for your glory....consume me and set my heart on fire? Do we truly live in the reality of that already provided zeal? or do we just consider it as a cliche we do not mean?
the truth is, one of the ways we can show our zeal for God is through our disposition to the things and house of God.
Are you the type that sees how 'better things can be done in your church or Christian gathering yet you do not make efforts to make yourself available to 'make things better'? Not even in the place of Prayer. When in actual fact, you and I should be consumed by the Zeal for His House - Psalm 69:9.
Recall Jesus' disposition when he saw people buying and selling in the temple? Does the things of the kingdom have a place in your heart or just your mouth? Don't just call Lord, Lord and be far away.

When you are consumed with Matthew 6:33, the things of God become your concern not just your pastor's.

Let's stop seeing the things of our Father as 'their thing', get involved. You can get involved in various ways: prayers, encouragement, volunteering, and many more ways as the Spirit leads you.

Loads of love,

Your Sis


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