Just like the previous Sunday I have to go to church with band aid in my face; I am very enthusiastic going to church no matter what because if I don’t go the church I’ll be crazy the whole week and I believe I am being tested since there are a lot of places for the skin irritation to grow but it chooses my face, weird isn’t it?
Anyway, the scriptural topic this Sunday is Establishing Right Priorities, what are your priorities in life? Pastor E says the first priority should be priority to fear God because the fear of the Lord is the beginning of all wisdom (Proverbs1:7). He also added when we fear the Lord and appreciate His rules and guidelines it put us in the road of happiness. He also gave more scriptural verses to read such as Exodus 20: 20, Psalms 25:12, Matthew 3: 5-11, Romans 1: 22
Second priority is Obedience to God, we should obey God as what is mentioned in Psalms 37: 4 – Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. It is priority to achieve happiness. Other verses to read are Psalms 112: 1, Psalms 37: 4, Joshua 5:9 and Psalms 112: 8. Pastor E says to everyone not to fear and have assurance that God will provide.
Thirdly, is Relationship to God when our relationship to God is good our family life is good as well, this is mentioned on Psalms 112:2, Psalms 25:13, Psalms 37: 25-26, Psalms 112:5, Deuteronomy 8: 18, Luke 6: 35-38 and Psalms 112: 7.
The preaching this Sunday is God’s way to tell me to fear Him, be obedient and establish a good relationship to Him so I can achieve happiness and overcome the troubles that came and coming to my life. I should not worry too because He will provide my needs when I am broke and in times of drought.
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