Word for Today:
Spend Your Time Well.
Ministry of the Word (MOW): True Spirituality(TS)
“So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God” ( Romans 14:12).
Do you know that there will be a day you will give account of your sojourn on earth before the Almighty God? Many people spend valuable amount of time talking what is not edifying to anyone, instead of doing something productive. Spend your time well while you are alive. Engage in some work that will benefit humanity . There is no work in the grave when you depart this world.
Be sensitive to the word you speak. Your words are very powerful. Death and life are in the power of the tongue ( Proverbs 18:21).
Your words are signals to angelic world. Positive, edifying words are picked up by angels of light to build us up and for the impartation of others, while negative words are conveyed by the agents of darkness for destruction. Do not destroy yourself. It has been said that man is his worst enemy.
Be careful to speak only edifying words. Don’t focus on the circumstance. Speak the change you want into your future. Have faith in God. We serve a God who call those things that be not as if they were (Romans 4:17).
“Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers” ( Ephesians 4:29
Grace and peace be multiplied to you in Jesus name. Amen
Stay blessed in Jesus name. Remain positive.
Be sensitive to the Holy Spirit .
Father, please give me the grace to always spend my time well and be mindful of my speech in Jesus name. Amen
Father, please give me the grace to be sensitive to your Holy Spirit in Jesus mighty name. Amen.
Blood of Jesus. Blood of Jesus.
Thank you Jesus for visiting me and for waking me up this morning .
Yours in the Vineyard of Christ.
Bro Ben Bassey & the beloved MOW family.
Dr Ben Bassey is a licensed psychiatrist and a spiritual health counselor:
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