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Sunday, June 14, 2015

DON'T USE YOUR FEELINGS IN DECISION MAKING


WORD OF HOPE FOR TODAY BY by Bro. Rolly Custodio 


DON'T USE YOUR FEELINGS IN DECISION MAKING  
“Use your head and test your feelings.”  Php 1:10 TM

Today’s Insight


God gave you feelings, and you should never be ashamed of them. They can alert you to danger and give you insight into various situations. God actually uses our feelings to draw us closer to Him and highlight areas in our lives that need to be submitted to His Holy Spirit. But feelings are subjective; you can’t always trust them. One counselor says: “When old feelings creep back in we feel fearful, ashamed, hopeless, not good enough, unlovable, victimized, helpless, and resentful…An event can trigger these reactions…ending a relationship, stress, problems on the job and at home, times of change or illness…and sometimes these feelings return for no reason.

” So you must “test your feelings,” otherwise you’ll end up living “a life shaped by things and feelings instead of by God” (Col 3:5 TM). It can be disastrous to act on what you see, hear, and feel. Instead of reacting to feelings, you must learn to act on what God’s Word says. That’s the gold standard, and it never changes! For instance, even if you feel like you can walk on water, you can only do it if God has called you to step out of the boat.

Application

Paul says, “My prayer [is] that [you]…abound…in knowledge and…insight…that you may be able to discern what is best” (Philippians 1:9-10 NIV). Bottom line: You’re not defined by your feelings; you’re defined by what God says about you. You may feel worthless, but God says, “You are precious to me …I love you” (Isa 43:4 NLT). You may feel like a failure, but God says, “There is…no condemnation for those…in Christ” (Ro 8:1 NIV). 

Today’s Prayer

Heavenly Father, Thank you for your Word today. Lord thank you for teaching me to be sensitive in our decision. Thank you that you have a Word that we rely on to check our decision making. Allow your Holy Spirit to supply all the wisdom when I make crucial decision in my life  so that Lord I will not make mistakes involving my feeling but always involve your Word. Because Lord, as David says is the lamp to my feet and a guide to my path. Lord thank you for reminding me to trust always your Word and not feelings so that I will walk according to your plan and decision for your for your glory in Jesus’ Name. Amen!

Prayer for Salvation                  

Lord I admit I am a sinner I repent of all my sins and I receive you into my heart as my personal Lord and Savior Amen. If you mean that prayer above from the bottom of your heart you are now saved. It is God’s Word promise in John 3:16 that if you trust His Son Jesus you will not die but you will have Eternal Life. Welcome to the family of God. In order to grow in your faith with God please do these consistently starting today; 1. Pray always 2. Read your Bible Daily 3. Attend Church Services Regularly 4. Attend Prayer Meeting, Bible Study, Church Seminars and make God first place in your life with your talents and finances 5. Lastly, witness Jesus to others that they may receive Eternal Life also.

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LEARN TO WAIT (PART-1)


WORD OF HOPE FOR TODAY BY with Ptr. Rolly Custodio  

LEARN TO WAIT (PART-1)
“Wait patiently for the Lord. Be brave and courageous.”  Ps 27:14 NLT

Today’s Insight

It’s in looking back that we realize:

(1) God had something better in mind for us.

(2) We weren’t mature enough at that point to handle what we were asking Him for. Wethink we’re ready, but God knows when we are.

Over forty times in the Bible we’re commanded to “wait on the Lord.” Learning to wait is a test of maturity.

Scott Peck writes: “Delaying gratification is a process of scheduling the pain and pleasure of life in such a way as to enhance the pleasure by meeting and experiencing the pain first and getting it over with… It’s the only decent way to live.” Waiting forces us to accept that we’re not in control. It humbles us in ways we need to be humbled.

Consider the trapeze artist: For a split second, which must feel like an eternity, he or she is suspended in nothingness. They can’t go back, and it’s too soon to feel the grasp of the one who’ll catch them. They must wait in absolute trust. You may be at that same point in your life right now.

You’ve let go of what God called you to let go of, but you can’t feel His hand catching you yet. Moses waited eighty years for a ministry that lasted forty years—two-thirds of his life was spent getting ready! Jesus spent thirty years preparing for a ministry that would last three and a half years.

Application

From God’s perspective, your life isn’t measured by its length but by its effectiveness and its impact for His kingdom. So wait, and keep a good attitude while you’re doing it. God won’t disappoint you.

Today’s Prayer

Heavenly Father, Thank you for your Word today. Lord thank you for inspiring me to wait on your answers for I believe that you have a better plan and a better decision in my life. Thank you for giving me a spirit of patience to trust you because I believe that you have the best plan for my future. Allow your holy Spirit to inspire me and give me a spirit of humility and while I am waiting allow your Holy Spirit to empower me with His joy and Lord teaches me to follow your Word so that I have better decision and that I will not commit mistakes and suffer for a lifetime but you have a good and better plan for me and not for calamity but for welfare. Lord thank you for protecting and guiding me. Let you Spirit penetrates inspires my life that I can make decision in line with your Word for your glory In Jesus’ Name. Amen!

Prayer for Salvation                  

Lord I admit I am a sinner I repent of all my sins and I receive you into my heart as my personal Lord and Savior Amen. If you mean that prayer above from the bottom of your heart you are now saved. It is God’s Word promise in John 3:16 that if you trust His Son Jesus you will not die but you will have Eternal Life. Welcome to the family of God. In order to grow in your faith with God please do these consistently starting today; 1. Pray always 2. Read your Bible Daily 3. Attend Church Services Regularly 4. Attend Prayer Meeting, Bible Study, Church Seminars and make God first place in your life with your talents and finances 5. Lastly, witness Jesus to others that they may receive Eternal Life also.

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Saturday, June 6, 2015

Be Always Joyful In Your Old Age

Sunday, 7 June 2015

Word of Hope for Today with Ptr. Rolly Custodio 

Be Always Joyful In Your Old Age
“They shall still bear fruit in old age.” Ps 92:14 NKJV

Today’s Insight

Age is just a date on a calendar; attitude is what counts. You can be old at twenty-nine and young at ninety-two. Larry King once interviewed Ty Cobb, one of the greatest baseball players of all time. He asked Cobb, who was now seventy years old, “What do you think you’d hit if you were playing these days?” Cobb, a lifetime .366 hitter (still the record) replied, “About .290, maybe .300.” King asked, “Is that because of travel, the night games, the artificial turf, and all the new pitches like the slider?” Cobb responded, “No. It’s because I’m seventy!” Here are three great benefits to having lived longer: 

(1) You are more tolerant. Having fallen into many of life’s potholes yourself, you’re quicker to extend a helping hand when others fall into them. Having survived defeats and lived to fight another day, you’re qualified to offer strength and hope to those who struggle. 

(2) You are more humble. A guy who had just celebrated his fiftieth wedding anniversary said, “A man is always as young as he feels, but seldom as important.” Realizing that the world doesn’t stop at your command or cater to your whims, you become more realistic. And in the process you find peace. 

(3) You value time. Margaret Deland said, “As soon as you feel too old to do a thing, do it.” Start by asking yourself, “If not me, who? If not now, when?”

Application

Here’s a promise from Scripture you can stand on: “They shall still bear fruit in old age; they shall be fresh and flourishing.” Now get up off the couch and get going.


Today’s Prayer

Heavenly Father, Thank you for your Word today. Lord thank you for reminding us that we should enjoy life even we approaching to our old age. And Lord teach us that we to become wiser than before. Lord helps us to realize that our days are numbers and give us wisdom to help those younger generations to be wiser, stronger,  motivated and more courageous to defend their faith. Lord as we traverse my days makes me to be a role model to all young comers that they may enjoy their life too be serving you for your glory In Jesus’ Name. Amen!

Prayer for Salvation                  

Lord I admit I am a sinner I repent of all my sins and I receive you into my heart as my personal Lord and Savior Amen. If you mean that prayer above from the bottom of your heart you are now saved. It is God’s Word promise in John 3:16 that if you trust His Son Jesus you will not die but you will have Eternal Life. Welcome to the family of God. In order to grow in your faith with God please do these consistently starting today; 1. Pray always 2. Read your Bible Daily 3. Attend Church Services Regularly 4. Attend Prayer Meeting, Bible Study, Church Seminars and make God first place in your life with your talents and finances 5. Lastly, witness Jesus to others that they may receive Eternal Life also.

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