Where Art Thou?

NCLDC gives God Glory, and honors our Bishop, Bobby Wellons, Sr. for the life he has chosen to live for God. That chosen life has allowed God to use him again like never before on this past Sunday, September 28, 2015; with a message of truth and deliverance. “Where art thou?” This question leaves us wondering where we’re located in our walk with the Lord. The most honest way to answer this questions is by saying, “Lord, I know that I am not where I am supposed to be in my walk with you; but I honestly and truly want to be where you are.”

Love, joy, liberty, peace, honesty, forgiveness, life, and salvation is where God is. We as Saints must begin by being honest with ourselves about how we live in salvation. Salvation is not about how well we sing, dance, or how loud we praise God. Salvation is living the way God requires of us according to HIS word. If you search your heart, and take a good look at the way you treat others; can you honestly say that you’re pleasing God? Deliverance comes from honesty and a willingness to let go of the sinful habits within your heart. Tell the Lord that you want to be where HE is. Let him know where you are located in your spirit. This is the first step to deliverance and true salvation. Let God know that you want to “Be Better”, and HE will make you better; a better Christian and a light of the world. Be just that, the “Light of the World”.

Lord, we (NCLDC) just want to tell you how much we love, thank, and appreciated you. There is no other like you. We recognize and acknowledge that we are sinners saved by God’s grace; and we couldn’t make it without you. Father, please forgive us for our sins. Help us to forgive others and move on with life the way you desire of us. In Jesus’ Mighty Name we pray, Amen.

Reference Scriptures:

Matthew 12:45 KJV- Keep Your Salvation, and Your Deliverance

1 Kings 17 KJV-Your Prepared Blessing

Genesis 12:1 KJV- Obey God like Abraham

Genesis 3 KJV- Disobedience

James 4:3 KJV- Ask God for what you want

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