Walk In The Fear Of The Lord

 

There is enough flesh in every one of us to wreck any local church or any work of God. Therefore, we must submerge our own petty, personal whims and attitudes, and work together in peace for the glory of God and common blessing.

Sometimes you're called to speak up and address a wrong. Don't go into that battle without much humble prayer and wise God-fearing council. But biblical confrontation is different from spewing and spouting your assessments to anyone who will listen.

Also, don't assume everyone is guilty by association. Most likely there are intercessors on the inside that are praying fervently for a turnaround. Pray that those who fear God will be established in that place or circumstance.

How you handle ministry disillusionment says a lot about your readiness for promotion.

No matter how others behave, you walk in the fear of the Lord.

Proverbs 11:13 says: Whoever goes about slandering reveals secrets, but he who is trustworthy in spirit keeps a thing covered.

With Love,

Kimberly, Cathy & The Leadership Team