Integrity and commitment 

2 King 20:5 May the Lord add blessings to the reading of His words and those who have eyes to read and see what the Lord is doing for them through the word. May your anointing and the same healing power you gave Hezekiah resurrect in the lives of your people meeting there needs. May those who read this chapter be blessed to understand you not only changed the sentence of death Lord, but you preserved generations by extending Hezekiah’s life. The facts to look at today is our responsibility concerning the choices we make concerning others as well as our selves. Life is not just about what goes on in our homes, but far more evolved. We as a people affect those we come in contact with face to face, on the phone and in the communities. Our commitments to those we work with and make vows or deals with shape and mold the theme of our lives. Remember we’re here reconciling relationships, have you ever noticed the worlds issues revolve around relationship issues? However being men and women who make vows ( commitment) we must honor our words, our word being carried out in vows speak on behalf of our integrity. If Hezekiah had not turned to God in prayer the Kingdom would have lost a king with no successor to take His place, his integrity cried for himself and the jeopardy of the kingdom. Manasseh had not been born until Hezekiah was restored, which was within 15 years of the life time God gave Hezekiah back. Can you imagine the Kingdom without a king? It would have been then like what we’re experiencing on a worldly level now. No effective leadership. And we know without effective leadership kingdoms, families and communities die. We can all look at this story and thank God for giving us wisdom to make changes in ourselves, our homes, and communities. If any of us lack integrity or find we need more alignment, Jesus paid the price for us to receive life abundant… It’s already done, available for the asking, simple actions of prayer and a heart to follow the Master. Further more we look at OUR Gods integrity to us when we live and walk before God in His will and find, He’s Faithful, and committed to us. What we give we find the Lord giving us back, because the relationship is at one or we could even say the atonement has taken place! Amen in Jesus name! We would love to hear your thoughts! 

I am Kim Warner loving life because of Gods grace and His second chance redemption plan!

Writing, writing , and more writing

Written By Kat Smothers and Kim Warner

Proverbs 27:17
As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another gives much to think about.
The very thing you give up on or throw the towel in on could be what God sent to make you stronger and spiritually fortified.
Start today praying and thanking God for the solution to the challenges that show up and less time thinking and talking about the challenges, for God will give us the meditation of our heart.

double edge

But The Word of God is a double-edged sword and it is with God’s Word that we are to sharpen one another. Sharpen as to help improve, make better, enhance, and inspire one another. We need constant fellowship with one another. There’s always a guarantee blessing where two or more are gathered in his name, Jesus. Man was not meant to be alone, as in not just the man/woman concept but we need to come together with our brother and sisters in Christ for seasons of fellowship and PRAYER. (Sidebar: I’ll stretch this a little further and say we need to fellowship with those that are not saved just as Jesus did…winning souls.) Becoming all things to all men.

We must devote ourselves to teaching, fellowship, communion, and prayer, all corporate activities that provide opportunities for sharpening one another. Your greatest asset is…You!

Written By: Kathleen Smothers and Kim Warner

Published with: Inner Faith Wealth Builders  !Evangelism

Copyright © 2015

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Serving can be a drag, but IAm? Written By: Jason Gordon

 

Mark 10:45; John 8:58; Psalm 75:7

There are definitely times when being servant’s seems to be a big drag. We do all the tedious work and receive no thanks, but constant criticism and critique. We become weary of giving out to others when we suspect that most of our efforts seem to no avail, but even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.

“Yet, Jesus reminds us that the Great I AM is watching and knows our struggle and promises both help and hope. Serve knowing that whatever seems lacking I AM already is. For it is God who judges the heart of man: He brings one down, he exalts another. Psalm 75:7
IMG_4319

My Prayer

Lord, thank you for being the I AM and always being on time

In Jesus Name Amen

Written by: Jason Gordon
Published with: Inner Faith Wealth Builders !Evangelism
Copyright © 2015

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

When I am open Written By: Nita Murphy

When I Open My Heart I Feel Love.

When I Open My Heart I Feel Joy.

When I Open My Mind I Feel Peace.

When I Do For Others I Feel Happiness.

Knowing That I Must Take One Day At A Time,

Always Keeping God First As He Orders my Steps,

Constantly creating me to be who He wants me to be,

A servant Fully Devoted to carrying out His Work, His Will and speaking of His wondrous love for All mankind. “PRAISE BE TO GOD.”

Flowers in Alaska Summer 2007

Written by: Nita Murphy

Published with: Inner Faith Wealth Builders  !Evangelism

Copyright © 2015

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Life tube

Good morning,
It’s Refreshing to know our mission is to go out giving the Gospel daily. The Old Testament gives specific accounts of how the word is shared in our homes. Duet 6:4 Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Write them on the door frames of your houses and on your gates.
Matthew 28:19
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
Matthew 24:14
Because this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.
Gods agenda is that His words would cover the entire world and all people would be filled with the Holy Spirit lessening the talk of idle words, gossip, and chatter which produces nothing more than havoc. Proverbs 16:27-29
Says, Idle hands are the devil’s workshop; idle lips are his mouthpiece. An evil man sows strife; gossip separates the best of friends and even the body of Christ.
Wickedness loves company—and leads others into sin.
We are saved by grace to share the wonderful experience of change Christ has made in our lives. Amen praise God for the word He’s given and our ability to speak boldly and declare the word with power!
In Jesus name!
@kimwarner27
image

Serving can feel like a drag but Iam!

 

Mark 10:45; John 8:58; Psalm 75:7

There are definitely times when being servant’s seems to be a big drag. We do all the tedious work and receive no thanks, but constant criticism and critique. We become weary of giving out to others when we suspect that most of our efforts seem to no avail, but even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.

“Yet, Jesus reminds us that the Great I AM is watching and knows our struggle and promises both help and hope. Serve knowing that whatever seems lacking I AM already is. For it is God who judges the heart of man: He brings one down, he exalts another. Psalm 75:7
IMG_4319

My Prayer

Lord, thank you for being the I AM and always being on time

In Jesus Name Amen

Written by: Jason Gordon
Published with: Inner Faith Wealth Builders !Evangelism
Copyright © 2015