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Dominion, Authority and Power Jesus Christ asserted so much power and authority when He said, “All power is given to me in Heaven and Earth… He delegated this same power to the disciples when…
Source: Dominion, Authority, Power
Dominion, Authority and Power
Jesus Christ asserted so much power and authority when He said, “All power is given to me in Heaven and Earth… He delegated this same power to the disciples when He said, “Go ye therefore, and teach all nations…” To make disciples of men, they first of all had to preach the gospel and then instruct them in the principles of the Christian faith.
Do you believe in Jesus Christ? Such authority and power has also been given to you.
The apostles were commanded to baptise all nations. Before a person can be baptised, they must first of have some degree of understanding as to why they are being baptised. They must first of all hear the gospel. The commission, according to Acts 1:8; 3:26; 13:46; 18: 6,7; Gal. 2:7 is to first preach, baptise and then disciple all nations.
GO TELL SOMEBODY
In Acts 10:36, we are reminded that even though the gospel message was first sent to the Jews, it was also sent to the gentiles. Jesus Christ is Lord of all: both Gentiles and Jews.
Be a witness today about Jesus Christ. Jesus has done something so wonderful, He has given you eternal life, share the good news today!
© Ruth E.A. Dickson Author UK Christian Author
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The favour of God “Satisfy us in the morning with your unfailing love, that we may sing for joy and be glad all our days.” Today and everyday, I pray that every believer will be satisfi…
The favour of God
“Satisfy us in the morning with your unfailing love,
that we may sing for joy and be glad all our days.”
Today and everyday, I pray that every believer will be satisfied with the Love of God. The time each person spends on earth is measured by the Lord, so we can pray that it be filled with the favour of the Lord. Moses depended on God for daily manna in the wilderness. It fell every morning and Moses prayer was that it would be sufficient and that it would satisfy.
For our time on earth, we can pray that the Lord will give us what will satisfy. The favour of the Lord is such that it surrounds like a shield. Psalm 5:12 says,
“For you bless the godly, O LORD; you surround them with your shield of love.”
To be glad all the days of ones life is ultimately a divine blessing that comes from the throne of grace. The loving kindness of the Lord refreshes, renews and restores. His presence brings the kind of joy that no one can take away, it comes from God and not man.
The blessings of the Lord are a great comfort to those who look to Him daily. Lift up your eyes to the Lord. Let Him supply you daily with His manna. His presence is a great consolation to those who depend on Him. All the days of your life, may He fill you with his unfailing love, Amen
©Ruth E.A. Dickson Author UK Christian Author
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Source: Tender Concern
The tender concern for souls
While Jesus lived on earth He had compassion on the multitudes of people that were scattered about like lost sheep.
“But when He saw the multitudes, He was moved with compassion for them, because they were weary and scattered, like sheep having no shepherd.” (Matt.9:36)
Moved with compassion, He saw the neglect of a people. They were ignorant, hopeless, helpless and in a bad spiritual condition. Jesus was moved with great pity. His heart was in anguish because of the condition of their souls.
How do you feel about the spiritually destitute around you. Is there any compassion for their souls? Are we tenderly concerned about people in this ignorant position? Is there a longing and deep hearts desire for the conversion of souls? 1 Cor. 2:16 says, “we have the mind of Christ.” If we have “the mind of Christ,” we should earnestly desire that those whose minds are darkened, should come into the light. Jesus came for souls. This was His primary mission on earth.
The salvation of any man or woman is by grace and not by any form of works. Grace can pull a person from any situation or circumstance. Let us pray that the Lord of the Harvest will raise up hearts of compassion and send forth labourers into His Harvest. Amen
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What can compare to peace in Christ?
The peace of this world is based on external things, it is temporary and deceitful.(Jer.6:13-14). The peace of the world, provided by material possessions, is costly to the soul. It adds no spiritual value. On the other hand, inward peace of conscience, peace of mind is what we should desire. It is peace from knowing that our sins have been pardoned and that we are reconciled to Christ. It is lasting secure peace, based upon the promises within God’s Word. It is peace, purchased with the precious blood of the Lamb. The blood never loses its power. It sustains and strengthens the mind, body and soul through every trial.
Never be troubled
Before Jesus departed He encouraged His disciples. They would go through adverse situations, stand before the authorities, face many dangers, but they were not to be troubled. Neither were they to be afraid. In the midst of it all, they would have peace. You will also have peace if you see whatever troubles you have through the eyes of Christ. He is ever ready to forgive. He is medicine to the troubled heart.
Christ is a giver of peace, though the world rejects it. What Christ gives is established forever, it is eternal. He is ever ready to give abundantly above all that we can ask or think. Psalm 81: 10 says,
“Open your mouth wide, and I will fill it.”
Open your mouth wide this morning so that God will fill it with His goodness. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your heart and mind (Philippians 4:7) Amen
©Ruth E.A. Dickson Author UK Christian Author
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