Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Wednesday's Breakfast

During the time of the Jewish Passover, Jesus was on His way to Jerusalem(John 2:13) when low and behold He found people selling oxen, sheep, doves and money changers sitting in the temple, too(John 2:14) ...

Now, hat Jesus Christ did next might create a little controversy because He just started to drive everyone out of the temple and pour out all the money changers’, while overturning the tables, too(John 2:15). However what really touched our hearts was the manner in which Jesus reminded those selling doves in the church, to get them out and to stop turning My Father’s house into a marketplace(John 2:16) ...

As Pastors, it's our mission to constantly remind all those far and near, Christians and Non Christians about the need to be more respectful in the Lord's House(1 Peter 2:17). Followed by, whatever we say should lift up a person, educate our listeners and not allow any foolish come out of our mouths(2 Timothy 2:14) ...

This is a lesson that should be taken to heart; because sometimes the Holy Ghost is content with what's going on. That being said, let's be more mindful what the Apostle Paul said ...

2 Corinthians 9:6 (HCSB) - Remember this: The person who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and the person who sows generously will also reap generously.

Blessings from Breakfast with Jesus,