THERE ARE ALWAYS MORE LIFE PRINCIPLES

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  HERE'S ANOTHER LIFE PRINCIPLE EXPLAINED BY DR. THOMAS Q. ROBBINS          

"PRAYING FOR THE ULTIMATE GOOD"

PRINCIPLE:  “Praying For The Ultimate Good” will be spiritually encouraging for you, and a motivation to your prayer life!

STUDY FOR JULY 4-10, 2021

Dr. Thomas Q. Robbins asks you an excellent question as he begins this message, Praying for the Ultimate Good.  

How do you responded to this question… “When you pray for those you love, what do you pray for them?”

Do you ever have thoughts that make you wonder  if you are asking God the right thing for them?   When you’re not sure how to pray - do you still pray?   How do you pray for someone’s best when you’re not certain what to ask?   Well our prayer for you is that today’s lesson; “Praying For The Ultimate Good” will be spiritually encouraging for you, and a motivation to your prayer life!

This Come and See lesson continues Thomas Q's series in the book of First Thessalonians. The scripture begins in chapter 3, verse 12, and is titled this “Praying For The Ultimate Good”.  

Such a wonderful truth to be reminded of.  An ultimate "goal of living the Christian life" is to have the unconditional love we receive from God be expressed by us to others in a self-sacrificing way. That can only happen when we “live in Jesus Christ and allow Him to live in us.” Then we begin to have the mind of Christ and are able to express God’s unconditional love to others.  

Dr. Robbins' second and third lesson points are  -- That we be a Holy people... and that we are able to stand blameless before the Lord when he returns. That the next time you pray for your loved ones, friends or even yourself, think about Paul’s prayer. 

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Something To Consider

The greatest witness the Church of Jesus Christ should have in its culture would be in arena of morality and spirituality.  We are living in a society where there is so much ambivalence and confusion. It’s truly a morass of sexual and economic confusion, spiritual and religious perplexity and political and social bewilderment.   The Church has been given a vast team of believers to share their faith and tell of what Jesus Christ has done for them.  How are you fitting into God’s plan for the Church to witness to its culture?  -Thomas Q.