Good Monday Morning Coffee everyone😊! I hope everyone is still thriving and growing in their relationship with the Lord. Welcome to another new week, a new day, and another encouraging conversation. So, if you are ready, grab that yummy drink ☕️and let’s start the conversation.
So, for today’s conversation I would like to discuss the blessing of choosing to seek out the welfare of others rather than only looking out for yourself. About two weekends ago I was so blessed by a beautiful family. These saints are so selfless, they have given their time and their family home up for the purpose so that people can be set free from the kingdom of darkness and translated into the Kingdom of God. They truly have given themselves to God and want to be Jesus’ hands and feet.
Many times they don’t know how God is going to move but they set the atmosphere for God’s glory to come, to allow the Holy Spirit to be manifested, and God has not failed not one time to change many lives. Among all who showed up that weekend, there were some young people who were very downcast and stuck focusing on themselves and in a negative mindset. Of course the enemy had them thinking that they were better off for it but as time went by all of them had a change of heart and were able to reap the benefits of playing together and enjoying the fellowship. Even my daughter and another young lady received the Joy of the Lord. Also not only were those children and the visitors blessed but the family was also touched by God as well (And yes even in their everyday life). Every time we prayed for someone we were also feeling the presence of the Lord strongly.
From that weekend I was so impressed by God. The word of God has such wisdom and although I am aware of this, I was reminded of the wisdom of God. As we know Satan and demons are focus on tormenting us and keeping us back from the freedom that God has for us. Satan wants us focusing only on us, our issues, and staying stuck in pride. It is important to not allow ourselves to push away others but instead chose to be a blessing, chose to serve, and chose to share when you are going through trials and storms. One of the sayings I live by is “I will tell on myself”. I live like this because I know that concealing a matter can at times have negative spiritual, relational, and negative implication in other different areas of our lives.
Another thing I took from this weekend is the fact that I can totally entrust my issues to the Lord and give myself freely to the work and will of God because He already has me. As I participated in just being there for others I was so bless. Even my daughter got touch by the Holy Spirit. Proverbs 11:25 says, “Whoever brings blessings will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be water“, ESV. It is paramount to stop living by the me, myself, and I motto. This reminds me of those silly moments when we keep looking in the same refrigerator knowingly that the same items are in there but we keep looking inside as if there will be a change. I find that when I get out of myself, my life becomes much more exciting, satisfying, and enriched.
So to conclude, I would like for you examine yourself. Are you finding yourself feeling stuck within? Well let me suggest that it is time for you to look outside of yourself (this of course is not saying to turn away from the Holy Spirit that lives inside you). Several years ago I realized that people really need people. God uses people to not only fulfill His purposes but to help enrich our existence. Many times we are looking for others to make the first move but if we are always approaching relationships like this then we become imbalance. Side note: Many mental issues have been known as a sign of an imbalance (Just saying!). So if you are going through a dark time in your life then try serving and look onto the warfare of others. Try giving a compliment while feeling down. Maybe volunteer your time to lift someone else up. I can testify that you, yourself will be bless and uplifted because your focus is no longer your problems. So with that, remember take it one day at a time and stay encouraged in the Lord!
Thank you for joining me for today’s Monday Morning Coffee conversation. I hope you were blessed, inspired, challenged, and encouraged. If so, please like, subscribe, comment, and share. Have a beautiful🌷, blessed day and bye for now!
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