Hello dearest parishioners of steemchurch.
It is no longer something of surprise when You hear that steemchurch is about to grow bigger with the launch of her very own website.
This is a site that We’re really proud of, and feel it will create the experience of sheer awesomeness that you’re looking for ; when you pay us a visit.
That being said, I'll love to share my very own designs suggestions for steemchurch logo.
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I'd love to give a talk on my topic for today,which is ADVANCING THE KINGDOM and also talk on living a simple life like sniff or scurry.
" but seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all there things shall be added unto you "In Jesus' maiden sermon he warned the disciples against a life of anxiety. He would rather want them to trust in loving care of the father whose extraordinary largesse is enough to take care of the birds which neither sows nor reap, and the lilies which are beautifully arrayed without cotton barn. Survival is the basic concern of the unbelievers, and this has given rise to the proverbial rat race. Jesus wants those who believe to be free from such pressure. The only thing he demands from us is to seek the kingdom of God first; that done, everything we need shall be added. *Kingdom addiction is what brings all godly addition!* It is interesting to note the context where Jesus put his admonition against anxiety. At this juncture i'd like to add the importance of living a simple life like sniff or scurry.
Here are ways in which we can live life like them.
- Keep life simple and do not over-analyze.
2.Be flexible and open minded to suggestions.
- See little changes, so YOU are ready for bigger ones.
The import of Jesus' teachings is that cares of this life will wipe off any interest we might have in the kingdom of God.
On the other hand, if the kingdom of Gos becomes the only preoccupation of our hearts, it will deal a deadly blow to our anxious heart. It is a matter of choice; being full of anxiety does in no way guarantee a better life; it only makes worse. Those who have learned to trust God for all things have obtained for themselves a kind of peace that is beyond human understanding.