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Short inspiring sermons. Practical Christian Life: Sermon No. 105: Pursue, Overtake, Recuperate! Christianity

I noticed it one day.

I was here and walking down the street when my spiritual voice suddenly encouraged me to say, “Phanuel, you have to understand that you have never lost anything in life.”

I stopped and asked myself, “So what happened?” The voice said: “You won, won, won. Anything that you thought you missed is actually in a bank account, from which you can withdraw both the principal and compound interest. “

For me it was like a breath of fresh, fragrant air! An inspiring message – a completely different way of looking at life and life. What I thought was gone wasn’t actually gone? Does it all depend on what you think about your life?

I used to think of spilled milk and water that went down the drain. But this paradigm had completely changed my lenses.

I had spent a few years thinking I was losing. When I didn’t get the job I wanted, I thought I had lost. When a project that I started failed halfway, I thought I had lost. When I got sick, I thought I had lost my health. I just thought I had lost.

But here I was and was taught the right perspective on life’s issues. The voice said, “You never lost anything in life.”

I had to make a choice after hearing the voice. I either had to believe the voice or ignore it, and each decision would have far-reaching consequences for my life.

I decided to believe the voice. “So what happened?” I asked. “You won.” Oh how excited I was! It was like waking up from some kind of sleep only to find that a new day had begun.

I have won? I did banking? I have never lost anything? I am free to withdraw not only the principal but also the compound interest. Glory to God! I really love that.

I learned this great lesson. A person’s state of life depends heavily on how he sees his past, present and future. It’s a function of how to define the things that happen to them, the things that don’t happen to them, the circumstances that happen to them, the circumstances that don’t happen to them, the doors that open before them, the doors that happen to them before them or other developments in their environment remain closed.

It is also a function of the components of your own vocabulary.

For example, when I thought and said, “I lost,” I really felt and lived that way, and my life was badly affected by this kind of attitude. The very thought made me weak and ambitious.

But now that I think I’ve never lost and never lost anything, I’m like a brand new person. I now think that it is bad to continue using the same type of vocabulary. I also think it’s bad to have similar thoughts.

As a Christian, I have the ability to pursue, overtake and recover. That is the foundation of my way of thinking. The outlook on life must be based on something; mine is based on Christ the rock.

If I don’t use my ability, I will live like someone who never had that ability. If I don’t use my wisdom, I will be considered one without it.

It is also possible to miss something that you thought was great, something that is actually much better! If God protects you from yourself, it will be a profitable loss!

I am a child of God. Whatever belongs to my father belongs to me. My father never lost anything. In fact, he can’t lose. He is the creator. The Creator cannot lose anything that he created, because if it did, he would simply create a trillion of the same kind.

Do you see now how the main sum and compound interest arise? Do you think you can reap multiples in a year of drought?

Satan is a liar and an enemy of all good; He is against any form of progress. Satan fights against positive attitudes and divine positions. In reality, The thoughts caused by Satan lead to wrong positions.

You need to be careful where you get your inspiration and information from. You either go with God or with another. God’s positions are directly opposite to those of the devil. God’s training is completely different. The fruits you get from your connection with God are completely different from those you get from your connection with the devil. In God you get “day”. In the devil it is always a “night of darkness”.

From today, never say, “I missed the opportunity to make money.” Never say, “I’ve lost my health.” Don’t say, “I don’t think I can save my relationship with my parents.” Never say: “I have lost my education”.

Never entertain the thought that your relationship with God has been irreparably damaged or that after everything you’ve done, God will never accept you as his child. Never entertain such ideas! You have to adopt the mindset to track, overtake and restore everything, which is beneficial for you.

It is important that you have the opportunity to fill out a withdrawal slip – in order to take appropriate and well-calculated measures to achieve your life goals. That is the key.

You should write something like:

  • Nothing can separate me from God.

  • I am interested in all outstanding options.

  • I take back 200% control over my health and wealth.

  • Even if we don’t see each other at eye level now, my parents and I will have the best relationships of our lives.

You then have to sign the payment slip and hand it over to the bank employee.

But you have to be sure of your floor. You need the right attitude to put your wishes into reality. If you have any doubts, you will surely miss out.

Take responsibility for your spiritual life. Take responsibility for your health. Take responsibility for your assets. Take responsibility for your relationships. Take responsibility for your present and future while drawing lessons from your past.

It is time to withdraw the principal plus compound interest. Are you ready?

You must reverse this situation, for the glory of God the Father!

God bless!

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