WHAT'S UP REAL MEN!!!

Good morning saints!  Have you ever thought about asking God any questions?  If so, you are like one of the 12 disciples that walked the earth with Jesus.  

One of the greatest questions the disciples ever asked the Lord was, “Lord, how do we pray”?  And Jesus replied, “pray like this, “Our father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name, thy KINGDOM come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven”.  Jesus understood the power of prioritizing, putting first what needs to be first.

Jesus also said it in Matthew 6:33 “but FIRST seek the kingdom of God and His righteousness and ALL these things will be added unto you”. 

See Saints, Jesus told his disciples to pray thy kingdom come thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.  I like to say it this way, thy kingdom come thy will be done in your life as it is in heaven.  First things first. We must always be seeking the Kingdom of God in our lives. The word “Kingdom” as used by Jesus refers to Gods government, Gods ruler ship, and Gods dominion over the earth and in YOUR life.   

So what does that look like or sound like? That looks like this, by first seeking the Kingdom of God that means asking the Lord questions for you personally, for your marriage, for your family, for your job/career, directions in life, purpose, handling situations and the list goes on.  For example: Lord how do you want me to treat my wife?  Lord, how do you want me to raise my kids?  Lord what job do I take?  Lord what relationships do you want me to be in and or what relationships do you not want me to be in?  If Jesus told us the first thing to do is to “seek the kingdom of God and ALL these things will be added to you” and pray this way, “thy KINGDOM come thy will be done” then I would suggest Saints, it is important! I encourage you today to FIRST seek the KINGDOM of God in your life and your life will be change forever.  

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