I SEE THE GLORY

As Christians, throughout our lives we have heard about the goodness of the Lord. We have heard of how He make ways out of no way, how He delivers, saves, and work miracles. However, there comes a time, when we (as Christians) have to SEE who He really is, and what He does. We can only truly see God by building a deeper relationship with him. A relationship with God goes far beyond going to church and/or participating in church activities. Its finding the source of it all, while surrendering it all. Living a holy life of salvation.

Throughout this Summer 2018 season, God has used our leader, the Man of God: Bishop Bobby Wellons, Sr. with the Word of truth. Most recently, God is trying to help us see that there needs to be more sincerity in our relationship with God. How serious are we about our soul salvation; how serious are we about making it into heaven. Has church become a fashion show? Has church become a spectator sport? Are we open and prepared to have the Word of God sowed into our soul? It all begins with a open heart.

Take a moment to reflect on the following scriptures as they touch on so many of the issues we as Christians face in our daily walk with the Lord. NCLDC is confident that each of these scriptures can be used to help into the truth of who you are and where you are located in your spirit. Remember, this is an intimate relationship between you and your Lord. He KNOWS YOU BY NAME. He knows your every thought. However, He’s has his own thoughts for you; and He knows what’s best.

 

Reference Scriptures:

Matthew 13:1-23 (KJV) (The Parable of the Sower)

Matthew 11:1-11 (KJV) (John the Baptist)

Jeremiah 29:11 (KJV) (I know the thoughts I think toward you)

Psalm 23 (KJV) (The Lord is OUR Shepherd)

Psalm 37 (KJV) (Fret not thyself over evildoers)

Job 42 (KJV) (To see God)

Luke 16:19-31 (KJV) (Salvation)

Matthew 25:1-13 (KJV)

Romans 8:18 (Suffering vs The Glory)

Isaiah 6:1-8 King James Version (KJV) (I saw the Glory)

 

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