Sowing Honor Reaps a Harvest of Blessings
Did you know that there are all kinds of signals all around you? They may be radio, emergency, cellular, but the only way you can hear them depends on your reception. We don’t always hear our cell phone ringing, or a call may drop out at times because of bad reception. There are seasons in our life that God is trying to speak to us, but we don’t have the proper reception to hear from Him. That means our hearts and minds are not in the right place to receive. To grow in our faith walk with God, we have to be willing to tune our hearts (our devices) toward the Lord in humility listening to what He is saying. The Lord is our strength and help in times of need. It’s in Him we live, move, and have our being.
Moldova is the poorest country in the world. Families have been ripped apart from drug and alcohol abuse, children are kicked out into the streets or picked up from traffickers daily. Our ministry, called The Orphans Hands, helps these young kids and rescues them from the risks of human trafficking. They learn about Jesus Christ, who saved them, becoming sons and daughters, and going back to those who abused them, showing honor and sharing the love of Jesus. They steward the relationships God has given them and give back to their villages. When they’re given the proper tools to help themselves, they grow and learn so much in the Lord. We have a short video that they created to show you what your support has started. Thank you! For more information on The Orphans Hands ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.
On Daily Faith, our guest is Pastor Mike Franklin of The Torch church in Demorest, GA. God has given Pastor Mike a relevant message on his heart to share with the church about getting back to honoring and valuing His word in our daily routine. In our society, we never thought that we would see so much chaos in the streets, children disrespecting their parents and elders, friends quarreling with each other, judgment and offense, and all of that comes from the lack of valuing others. We’ve become too familiar with taking people for granted. We don’t steward the relationships that the Lord has given to us. Even in the church, we have lost the true meaning of honor and respect. If things aren’t moving in your life and you don’t know what the issues are, ask the Lord to reveal what needs to be fixed. When we sow honor and respect in the lives of others, we will reap a harvest of blessings in our life from the Lord. For more information about our guest, Pastor Mike Franklin, and his church, The Torch, please visit www.thetorch.net.