FILL UP YOUR EMPTINESS! FOR PERMANENT REST AND PEACE.

 

By:  Charles Awuzie

Filling Up Your Emptiness…

That you have a job, two cars, houses in your name, a spouse, children, a religious lifestyle and even a growing business doesn’t make you successful. I used to think that these things bring fulfillment until I had them and still felt empty. Feeling empty in the midst of plenty is a proof that your life is lacking substance. Something critical is missing. Another new car won’t fill up that emptiness. A new bae will make matters worse.

Nothing will feel that emptiness except The Revelation Of Who Jesus Christ Is. Believe me!

If you like, be the G.O of the universe, if you don’t have the revelation of the finished work of Christ, you will never experience internal PERMANENT REST AND PEACE.

How can you feel complete when you still think that Redemption is an unfinished work? It’s impossible. You will be ignorantly toiling for what Jesus has already given – sowing and asking for seeds for blessings which are free in HIM. Your Rest comes the day you realize that truly IT IS FINISHED.

If you experience momentary feelings of emptiness, don’t rush to the mountain to pray for infilling. Get your Bible, sit down in a quiet place, focus on the epistles, there’s a mystery there that will satisfy your spiritual thirst.

FHow to fill up your emptiness inside you

These days, whether I have clients or not, whether the bills are paid or not, whether ministry is exploding or not, I just have Peace. I feel so complete. This is our testimony – that we are complete ONLY in the revelation of HIM.
Jesus revealed is substance.

Seek the deepest parts of HIM.

Maranatha!

THE JONAH PROBLEM – loved God…hated His beloveds

By: Theophilus Izobofolo

“let us not repeat the Jonah’s problem of loving God but not the things He loves.”

For a long time, I was reading the book of Jonah and thought why would Jonah could be so disrespectful to God and Disobedient. Then I began to read Jonah with fresh understanding and as I read, I saw that there was a very special relationship between God and Jonah. It was a close and tight relationship based on love and Loyalty, and protecting honors.

Jonah Loved God so much that he had a problem with people misusing God’s grace. He saw God forgive people who would soon after forget and go back to sin. Come back again and receive grace only to return to sin again. And in his relationship with God, he felt defensive with God. He felt a need to protect Gods Honor. So when God sent him to Nineveh to deliver a word of impending judgement, Jonah Decided he wont deliver it because God will show mercy to Nineveh if they hear the word and repented .

His problem was that He loved God but didn’t love the things God loved. We run a danger of killing people with our ministry if we do serve God, get defensive about God and do all that but without love. You love God first, then love yourself. After that, that very low with which you love yourself, love your neighbor.

With love you can preach the message of “grace and truth, love.” Love is the greatest gift, fruit and weapon. The ministry is all about exhibiting the love of God not judgment.

When Jonah later obeyed God, he then understand the meaning of total obedience and loyalty to God (love). You can’t impact lives without love. You were saved by unmerited grace not your works, academics prowess, parental hereditary advantage favored judgement or money, so don’t win souls by judging and condemning them.

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THE HOLY SPIRIT IN US IS THE KINGDOM OF GOD


Many people believe that the kingdom of God is found in the momentary obedience of man’s doctrine. The Kingdom of God is the knowledge and practice of the spiritual word of truth, love and grace with the help of the Holy Spirit. Inversely, the disobedience and ignorance of the knowledge and practice of the spiritual word of truth, love and grace with the help of the flesh is the kingdom of hell. The Holy Spirit does not dwell in a materialist mind (flesh)…that is not to say we should be heavenly conscious and earthly stupid, but we should create a balance. Remember! Christianity is not religion.