Everyday of your assignment is a step up to your announcement. A fulfilled assignment guarantees your upliftment. We live in a world where values are situated obliquely(twisted to one side) out of proportion. We have no ideas what is important according to heaven’s standard. God has a different way of seeing things than we do. Significant earthly achievement are often insignificant when weighed on his eternal scales. The scripture describes it this way in Isaiah 40:15 “Behold, the nations are as a drop of a bucket, and are counted as the small dust of the balance: behold, he taketh up the isles as a very little thing.”
Hear this and think twice: If the nation is life a drop of a bucket, what will be your fraction?
When reading my Bible, I have most likely skipped over the chapters containing the lengthy genealogies of people. But the question is? Who are theses people with hard names to pronounce from strange places anyway? Then study and prayer and with the help of the Holy Spirit to interpret scripture with scripture, I realized that some of the chronologies recorded the lineage of messiah that God preserved to provide Savior to the world. Quite an unusual cost of character forms this privilege group.
While we may feel invisible to the world around us, we are highly visible to God. Our existence is a description and demonstration that God knows the details of our lives. He knows our names, our families and our works; and He has placed us in the nation, cities and neighborhoods where we live. He recognized our daily acts of Faithfulness as well. We have the opportunity to live fulfilled lives knowing that invisibility on earth really means highly visible in heaven.
PRAYER: Father, engrace me that my daily live for you will count, mindless of my visibility to man but visible to you In Jesus Name.
I decree today that your purpose of existence shall daily remain your pursue with a focus energy to achieve heaven recognition in Jesus Name.
STUDY AND MEDITATE ON THE FOLLOWING SCRIPTURES:
Luke 1:80, Hebrews 11:37-38, John 7:5.
Pastor Misheal Tomizayi
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