RCCG-SUNDAY JULY 26 MESSAGE

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Special Service with Daddy GO 26072020

Topic: From Lockdown To Leaping Up (7)

Text: Mathew 6:25-33

Ministering: Pastor E.A Adeboye.
If you don’t know the secret of the prosperity of your colleagues, you may struggle till you die. For example, the widow of the sons of Prophets was a destitute in the morning and became wealthy in the evening .
2 Kings 4:1-7 .
The shortest way to the greatest height is to seek God’s kingdom .
In 2 Chronicles 1:6-15., Proverbs 4:7 Solomon asked for wisdom because wisdom is the principal thing. He asked for wisdom to rule God’s people well 1 Kings 4:30-31. Because he asked for wisdom to do God’s will, there was no other person like Solomon. 1 Kings 4:34
God gave riches to Solomon in addition to the wisdom. 1 Kings 10:1-7
1 Kings 10:23 Solomon exceeded all the kings of the earth.
God gave him honour in addition to the wisdom.
Solomon had dominion over all the regions and he had peace.
1 Kings 4:25.
Jesus Christ is another example of someone that did God’s will completely and He was lifted. Mat. 6:9-10, John 4:32-34, Mark 14:36. He was willing to do God’s will at any cost

God rewards Him by highly lifted Him and gave Him a name above all names. Philippians 2:9-11.
Ephesians 1:19-22, Rev. 19:11-15.

Why do you want to prosper?

*Is it to have many friends or to support God’s kingdom?
Proverbs 19:4, Proverbs 14:20. Luke 8:1-3.
*Seek Ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, all other things will be added.
*God can lift you spiritually.
*God wants us to do greater works.
than He did (John 12:14)
*Elisha asked for the double portion of Elijah’s power in order to destroy the curse upon Jericho. To destroy the yoke of barreness and to do greater things.2 Kings 2:19-22; 4:8-17.

The shortest way to the greatest height is to seek God’s kingdom and His righteousness.

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