How do you know you are the Lord’s? If you disregard the feedback loop, you cause collateral damage. Are you at the mercy of the enemy? Do you want to keep living that way?
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Service Notes For Wednesday Texas 2020-11-18
- Rick Eutsler, Jr.
- Psalm 27, Romans 8:28, James 4:7-8, 2 Corinthians 13:5, Isaiah 40:31
- Do you know the Lord as your provider? The things of the Lord may take some time, His timing is perfect. Are you thankful to the Lord for His provision?
- There are those out there who don’t know someone loves them, someone died for them. They struggle with fear.
- David faced many, many, many fearful things. His focus was on the Lord, he chose to not fear anything, his foundation was secure, everything else had no power. He didn’t turn out of the way, he turned to Christ and his mercy.
- You are deficient, Christ is sufficient.
- Fear and worry only have power over you when you give them place. Stand fast on the Word of God and don’t allow fear and worry to have power over you.
- Where do you go for anything and everything? You should be going to the Lord for all, humbling yourself, in submission unto God.
- If your trust is in anything or anyone other than God, you will be let down. Put your hope in Christ.
- All the things David partook of are there for you too, if you are the Lord’s. So how do you know if you are the Lord’s? Have you accepted Him as your Lord and Savior? Have you committed your life the Lord? What’s your priority? Are you going after the things of the Lord?
- When you put your mind to serve the Lord, the things that bother you, physical pain, worry etc. will go away.
- If you disregard the feedback loop, you cause collateral damage.
- Whom shall I fear? Wait on the Lord, be of good courage, and He shall strengthen thine heart. Wait on the Lord.