A NOTE FROM PASTOR ROGER – 1/9/19

A NOTE FROM PASTOR ROGER – 1/9/19

A Note From

Pastor Roger

Dear Generation church,

The new year is here and no doubt, there are many things that you are believing for. As we are in a time of prayer and fasting, I would like you to think about something.

Positioning yourself.

The better you plan and strategize, the more effective you will be in realizing your goals and what God has placed in your heart. It’s not always easy, but it is extremely necessary.

One of the most important factors in positioning your life, is how YOU SEE YOURSELF. The way you think about yourself determines everything. It literally shapes what you will do.

When you have a good understanding of who you are in Christ, it also shapes your attitude. Have you positioned yourself with a right ATTITUDE?

Micah 6:8 tells us to "do justice, love kindness and walk humbly with your God."

Positioning yourself in ALL of your actions is key. Your actions reflect your intentions.

By the way, Ecclesiastes tells us that “whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might.”(6:10)

Probably one of the most important areas of positioning yourself is with your WORDS. Please, let your words speak life. The Bible says “death and life is in the power of the tongue” your words, position you.

Another intriguing fact about positioning yourself is how you REACT in difficult situations. The objections of life, whether it’s from people or from God himself. Think before you react. And then, act wisely using sound biblical wisdom from the word of God.

I would encourage you to position yourself for big things. Things that are bigger than you. Things that are bigger than anything you could ever accomplish.

If you position yourself wisely now, you will look back and see that it was crucial to the realization of the dreams that God has put in your heart.

Positioning yourself takes thought, time, strategy, prayer, focus and persistence.... (just to name a few

Do you eventually want to get to the KING?

Position Yourself.

Blessings,

Pastor Roger



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