Are you married? How often do you hear this question? Also, how often do you see: Check your marital status on applications when applying for employment -insurance (medical – house – cars) – driver’s license or for credit: cards – house – cars?
A couple of weeks ago, Minister Gwen Dangerfield gave a sermon and said: “I’m messing with a married Man!” Ok, your thought processes are being overworked. So, I’ll just say it:
“Why would she get before the congregation and admit to something like that?”
Ezekiel 16:8 (NIV) “… I gave you my solemn oath and entered into a covenant with you, declares the Sovereign Lord, and you became mine.”
“We’re married to the One – Holy – Pure – Just! We’re one in spirit with Him – my Way-Maker -my All-In-All. That’s Who I’m married to.” – Min. Gwen Dangerfield
Isaiah 54:5 (NIV) “For your Maker is your husband – the Lord Almighty is his name – the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer; he is called the God of all the earth.”
Accepting God as your Lord and Savior is your first marriage (there is no age limit). When you accept Him, you enter a never-ending relationship with Him. You’re married to the Right One!
All relationships require active communication. How do we communicate with God? Through prayer – talking to Him. You can talk to Him – morning – noon – late in the mid-night hour. Know Who you’re married to. Increase your time spent with Him. Be bold – be courageous!
Colossians 4:2 (NIV) “Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful.”
Reach! Seek! Connect! Communicate! Build your relationship with Him! Be consistent!
It doesn’t have to be a long conversation – it doesn’t take long to praise Him. Just commit to talking to Him – praising Him every day. “Thank You, Lord! You’ve been good to me, Lord!
I love You, Lord!” Wow! Short and simple! There is Power in the Name! Call Him!