Monday, November 12, 2018

Is Your Heart Comletely His?

Is Your Heart Completely His?

King Asa, ruled over Judah 41 years.  He trusted God completely and God supernaturally intervened when the odds were against him (war against Israel and Ethiopia).  Toward the end of his reign, he was strong and decided to trust in his “human strength” verses God to deal with the threat from the nation of Aram, and he got into trouble with God.
This is what what God said: "For the eyes of the LORD move to and fro throughout the earth that He may strongly support those whose heart is completely His. You have acted foolishly in this. Indeed, from now on you will surely have wars" (II Chron. 16:9).
Ask God to check you heart today to see if you are totally dependent on the Him, or if you are depending on your human strength and resources (Psalm 139:23-24).  A great prayer to emulate is II Chron. 14:11, cf. II Chron. 13.

God Bless,

Pastor Brian E. Kennedy, Sr.

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Need Some Help

Need Some Help?

Psalm 121 is one of the famous Psalms the Hebrew pilgrims sang as they journeyed up to Jerusalem from the area around the Salt Sea (lowest  place on earth).
The clear point is our help comes from the Lord.
He keeps our feet from stumbling.
He will not fall asleep on the job (in your deepest crisis God is alert and working even when you don’t see Him working).
He is our keeper in general.
Circumstances will not destroy us.
He will protect us from evil.
He will protect our soul.
He will protect us in our daily activities.
He will eternally be involved in our lives even when we leave this life.
He will even protect us in our transition to glory so that we arrive at our eternal home safely to His loving arms.
Need some help?  Find your help in the Lord.  Pray with total confidence in His presence and power in your life for right now and forever.

God Bless,

Pastor Brian E. Kennedy, Sr.

Friday, November 2, 2018

Ask God to give you wisdom today.

Ask God to give you wisdom today.

“For the LORD gives wisdom;
From His mouth come knowledge and understanding” (Prov 2:6).

Information we gather in school, training, reading, etc is how God gives us knowledge.
Understanding or comprehending what you lean is next.
Then knowing how to practically apply what you understand about what you learned is a one aspect of wisdom.

Ask God to give you wisdom today.

God Bless,
Pastor Brian E. Kennedy, Sr.