Sunday, October 4, 2015
What is it that you want God to do for you?
Pastor Gamal Hanna from
was guest speaker at Open Door church as I took notes: Tema, Egypt
He brought greetings from
and the orphanage founded by Lillian
Trasher the Mother of the Nile.
Rev Hanna called a young boy to the front and told us to, Rejoice in your Pastor and also rejoice in the children who are tender and open to the moving of the Holy Spirit.
Luke 18 tells us of a blind man sitting by the roadside begging who heard the commotion. He asked, “What is happening?” The answer was “Jesus of Nazareth is passing by.” The blind man cried loudly, “Jesus son of David, have mercy on me.”
Luke 18:41 Jesus asked the blind man, “What do you want me to do for you?” And he replied, Lord I want to see. His healing began with faith and an encounter with Jesus the healer.
Each and every one has a mission, and God wants to meet with you individually. The Lord calls you by name and you can have an encounter with God. Jesus asks the question today; “What do you want me to do for you?”
Lord anoint our legs so we can walk worthy and take our city for God.
The blind man had been sitting. Also the lame man was sitting, but Peter told him to rise up and walk.
It is important to “Ask.” Ask and all things shall be added unto you.
Each one the Lord approaches receives the question, “What would you have me do for you?”
Stop talking, stop pouting, stop feeling sorry for yourself and allow Jesus to minister to you. Bring your heavy burdens because Jesus offers rest, and he is ready to meet all your needs.
Jesus is real, he is alive and His Presence is available every day. Find your way to Jesus, and get rid of everything that hinders you from coming to Jesus.
The beggar wanted money, the blind man wanted to see. Each had a request, and suddenly - - immediately he received.
What is it you need? What do you expect? Sometimes we think we need provision – or a blessing, perhaps soundness of mind and body. The truth is our most pressing need is Spiritual. Do you need to repent and get right with God?
If you have not yet given your heart to Jesus, this is your primary need to be born again.
Ask and you shall receive. Jesus is always ready, and the question is; are you ready?
Forgiveness is available as you forgive others.
Make sure first things first. Seek ye first the
and His righteousness and all these
things shall be added unto you. Kingdom of God
King Solomon asked for wisdom, and God was pleased and told him he would also give him riches, honor, and respect.
Your opportunity is now: What is it that you want God to do for you?