Friday, February 14, 2020

Well Done!

Well Done!

The parable of the talents in Matt. 25:14-30, describe how Jesus entrust His resources to us to grow His kingdom interest.  Jesus charges us to share the gospel to increase the number of people with a love relationship with God (His kingdom interest). Hence, the “talents” can represent something valuable like the gospel and not just money.  Jesus gives each of us some of His resources (“talents”) according to our ability (not more and not less than we are capable).
We need not compare our resources from Jesus with what others have or don’t have.  We simply need to take what He gives us and grow His kingdom interest.
Here is the challenge.  Jesus will personally meet with us regarding His expectations because He wants to reward us for our faithfulness (Matt. 25:19-23).
Don’t be lazy and unfaithful like the servant who buried his opportunities.

Christian’s, be productive today with the Lord’s resources, grow His kingdom interest, and listen for those soothing words: “well done, My good and faithful servant.”

God Bless,
Pastor Brian E. Kennedy, Sr.

Monday, February 3, 2020

The Corona Virus:

The Corona Virus:

Hello Everyone:
The Corona Virus, like any other virus is serious and we should take precautions to reduce our risk of getting sick.

After speaking to a couple medical professionals, I learned that you can reduce your risk by washing your hands several times throughout the day (especially after being in public places, touching handrails, shopping carts, door knobs, etc).
Avoid putting your hands in your eyes, or in your mouth.
Avoid being in the direct path of someone sneezing or coughing.
Drink plenty of water, eat healthy, exercise, reduce your stress, and get plenty of rest.
Use God’s wisdom.

God Bless,

Pastor Brian E Kennedy, Sr

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Connectivity

Connectivity

We spend a lot of time and energy  connecting with “key players” for landing that dream job, or big client, getting an offensive or defensive advantage, etc.
Some are connecting to the material things in the universe.
Some are wondering through life trying to find purpose in a variety of connections.
Connectivity was created by God.  God created us, to connect with Him, each other, and His creation (Gen. 1:26-31).
Today, Jesus, the risen Christ stands ready to connect us to a meaningful, and eternal relationship with God, The Creator (John 10:10; 14:6).
By putting your faith in Jesus (Rom. 10:9-10), you will begin the ultimate connection.
Get to a bible teaching church to get guidance on your journey.  Connect!

God Bless,

Pastor Brian E. Kennedy, Sr.