God wants to Take you Higher than ever Before!

You were formed by the Creator for a purpose. And everything God forms, He fills. He formed the seas and filled it with fish. He formed man and filled him with breath.

The same is true today God still fills what He forms

God has filled you with unique gifts and talents.
God has filled your spirit with a longing for more from Him.
God has filled your life with a supernatural destiny.
So don’t believe for one more moment you have been overlooked or forgotten by God. Don’t accept the deception that purpose and destiny are for other people and not you. The devil is a liar!

 

It’s not too late to find your purpose.
You can still break past any limitation.
God wants to take you higher than ever before!

God wants to bring people into your life to help you! Your purpose is so big—God’s plan for you is so great—you can’t get there alone. God wants to connect you with the right people, people who can help you reach your destiny. That’s what the Body of Christ is all about! 1 Corinthians 12 says that the Body of Christ “hath many members” (v. 12) with different gifts and abilities, and that we are to “have the same care one for another” (v. 25).

It’s that picture of unity, of connectedness, that is the key to breaking through limitations and going to the next level.

When we are unified, connected, supported and in relationship—this is when we are ready for destiny!

 

 

We are one in Jesus Christ…………

Experiencing God’s Best For Your Life.

 

It’s a truth about ourselves (about yourself) that is so wonderful . .many have stopped believing this truth, But there is no doubt in my heart that it’s still true!

If you hold on to this truth, no devil in hell can stop you from experiencing God’s best for your life.

You have a unique calling.
You have a divine purpose.
God is bringing you into your destiny

Psalms 139*13—14) says this:
For You formed my inward parts;
You covered me in my mother’s womb . . .
•I am fearfully and wonderfully made . .

The psalmist says that God formed you. That word is important— formed denotes great care and special attention. It’s the picture of a potter expertly crafting his art at the potter’s wheel.

You were formed by the Creator . . . for a purpose. And everything God forms, He fills. He formed the seas and filled it with fish. He formed man and filled him with breath.

The same is true today—God still fills what He forms.

 

God has filled you with unique gifts and talents.
God has filled your spirit with a longing for more.
God has filled your life with a supernatural destiny.
So don’t believe for one more moment you have been overlooked or forgotten by God. Don’t accept the deception that purpose and destiny are for other people and not you. The devil is a liar!

God’s Forgiveness is a Matter of Grace

Then Moses said, “I pray Thee, show me Thy glory!” 19 And He said, “I Myself will make all My goodness pass before you, and will proclaim the name of the Lord before you; and I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will show compassion on whom I will show compassion” (ref,Exodus 33*18-19).

6 Then the Lord passed by in front of him and proclaimed, “The Lord, the Lord God, compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in lovingkindness and truth; 7 who keeps lovingkindness for thousands, who forgives iniquity, transgression and sin; yet He will by no means leave the guilty unpunished, visiting the iniquity of fathers on the children and on the grandchildren to the third and fourth generations” (ref,Exodus 34*6-7).

Several important facts emerge from these verses. First, forgiveness is the outworking of God’s compassion and grace. The God who “forgives iniquity” (34*7) is the God who is “compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in lovingkindness and truth” (34*6). Forgiveness is a matter of divine grace. Second, because God’s forgiveness is a matter of grace, it is a gift of God’s sovereign grace. God bestows forgiveness on those whom He chooses to forgive. None are worthy of this grace, and thus no one has any claim on God’s grace as manifested in the forgiveness of sins. God said to Moses, “I will be gracious to whom I will be gracious, and will show compassion on whom I will show compassion” (33*19). God forgives those whom He chooses to forgive. Forgiveness is something which we, as guilty sinners, have no right to expect or demand.

Third, the grace of God in forgiving sinners in no way sets aside the justice of God which requires the punishment of guilty sinners