Being Obedient


Dear family of our Lord Jesus Christ,

Thank you for coming by for a CUP today!

This morning I want to share with you on being obedient.

I shared with you earlier this week that I went to the Doctor and my blood test showed that my blood sugar was at 145. I told the Lord that I have failed to be obeisant in taking care of my temple, to much coca-cola, pies, cakes, cookies, etc….I told the Lord I will be obedient. Sharon had told me to give up the soda years ago. Did you know that coke has 16 teaspoons of sugar in it?????!!!!?? Well yesterday I got back my hemoglobin A1c test and it showed me at 5.4 perfect…………my average blood sugar was 108 over the last 3 months!  I praise God for this. My weight is 180.

My dear friend Wanell Pate talked to be awhile back about being obedient to our Lord. I loved that talk with her, being obedient in everything in our lives.  Is there anything out of alignment in your life? Is there anything in your life that does not line up with Gods Word?

I will tell you, if you are not, it may even being effecting your health, it was mine!sunrise May 30 We are called to take care of our Temple.

The rest of my blood work was excellent!

1 Peter 1:14
As obedient children, do not conform to the evil desires you had when you lived in ignorance.

Are you being ignorant about anything? Do not quickly dismiss this question, says the Lord.

We are doing a special edition of “The World We Live In” so I must get ready for that……

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Now let me share with you this AWESOME post by Pastor Don Kimbro on prayer! Pastor Don is an adviser to us here at FGGAM! He has been a guide to me for years, he has taught me much about prayer.

$T2eC16NHJIIE9qTYI1O(BQTbBywVHQ~~60_35“Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.”Which of you, if his son asks for bread, will give him a stone? Or if he asks for a fish, will give him a snake? If you, then, though you are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him! – Matthew 7:7-11

“Why Do We Ask in Prayer?” C.H. Spurgeon said, “Whether we like it or not, asking is the rule of the Kingdom.” Richard Foster, in his book, “Prayer: Finding The Hearts True Home” poses and answers this question to the body of Christ. “Do you know why the mighty God of the universe chooses to answer prayer? It is because his children ask. God delights in our asking. He is pleased at our asking. His heart is warmed by our asking.”

Now that’s an easy message and promise to understand. But let me dig a little deeper in this passage to help us a little. There are two things, besides the promise I want you to see. First of all, the words, “Ask . . . Seek . . . and Knock . . . are all commands. You wouldn’t know that unless you could see it in the original language but those statements by Jesus are his charge to us. In other words, Jesus is saying, “Do it this way!” It’s not an appeal to our reason as much as it is our will.

Secondly, these commands are written in the continuous action, meaning we are to keep doing what Jesus says about prayer until we get an answer. A good literal interpretation would be, “Ask and keep on asking, seek and keep on seeking, knock and keep on knocking.” In other words, be persistent and don’t give up.

Richard Foster adds, “In a childlike expression of faith we bring our daily needs and desires to our heavenly Father. None of us would give our children a stone if they asked for bread, says Jesus. None of us would give them a snake if they requested a fish. No, even we who are filled with our own self-centered agendas and are far from perfect, respect the most fundamental codes of parent-child relationships. All the more, then God, who lovingly respects us and joyfully gives to us when we ask.

My friends, remember that we are encouraged to “Be devoted to prayer because He is always listening .Maranatha!

Pastor Don

Thank you Pastor Don.

Let us remember this from Matt. 6:8 Do not be like them, for your Father knows what you need before you ask Him.

For God’s Glury Alone in the Love of our Lord Jesus Christ, Dewey, Sharon, Family, FGGAM team.

Let us keep praying for each other and our families.

PS: The picture is of the sunrise this morning in Albuquerque. PRAISE GOD!

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