Wednesday, July 12, 2017


Digested Sermon by Pastor Rodney taken from my notes”

I was headed down the wrong path, but the Word came and was applied to my heart to repent and turn to a new pathway.

Today if you have a problem, God is able to apply an application to bring relief and freedom to your soul.  If you are in dysfunction, God is able to turn your sorrow into joy.

Luke 10:13 Woe unto you, Chorazin! woe unto you, Bethsaida! for if the mighty works had been done in Tyre and Sidon, which have been done in you, they would have a great while ago repented, sitting in sackcloth and ashes. 

When you see mighty works of God - - take care that you believe and change your position to agree with God and His Word.

Jesus came to visit at Martha’s house.  She was blessed with a nice house and plenty of food to prepare a feast for Jesus and his disciples - - but her heart was troubled when she viewed her sister who was not working as hard as she was.  “What about her?

Luke 10:41  And Jesus answered and said unto her, Martha, Martha, you are anxious and distressed about many things

We must keep our eyes focused on Jesus and not judge those around us. 

On occasion we don’t talk and communicate.  We fuss and complain.  Our attitude may be to despise others as not as good as us.

Martha was proud of her good works and she wanted others to work as hard as she was doing. 

Not all of us are called to preach.  Not all of us are called to hospitality.  We may just need to sit at the feet of Jesus and learn of Him.  To grow and develop a relationship with Jesus.

He knows the beat of our heart and our desire to draw close to Him.

We don’t know what Jesus was teaching that day, but He was bringing the “Word” and it ministered to Mary’s heart. 

There is only one way to heaven.  We celebrate Jesus who provided the way for us to change our position.

He knows exactly where we are and he knows our situation.

Come sit at Jesus feet; and make your position secure.

Pastor Rodney called those who needed prayer to come forward and many came to be prayed for.

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