God teaches us through the bible to be submissive:
Titus 3:1-2Remind them to be submissive to rulers and authorities, to be obedient, to be ready for every good work, 2 to speak evil of no one, to avoid quarreling, to be gentle, and to show perfect courtesy toward all people.
How lovely is the child that is obedient and allways listens, one that behaves good and is peacefull and kind and likes to help orders? Well that’s called :submission.
A submissive child hears and respects the instructions and obeys the teachings. Must submit to the authorities. Now who ar the authorities? Humm ….
The sport coaches,Etc.etc,
At home, there is also the grandparents, family members who are older including older brothers and sisters.
The Lord Jesus loves a child that is submissive and blesses them by answering their preyers. Don’t we like when we ask something to our parents and they listen? The same way Our parents like when we listen to them and obey what they say. When we act according to their comand.
So, let’s be submissive.
Submission.-What submission mean: the action of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person.
The Holy Spirit
God created the man to walk together with Him, there was no need of nothing.
The man used to have everything, he used to be happy. And that happiness was precisely because the Spirit of God was dwelling in his heart. But when si
n touched the man, the man was away from God, and his heart got sad and empty. Not because God wanted to, but because He is holy.
Since then the man has tried in every way to fill this emptiness, to find happiness.
And specially with the things of this world. He thinks that if he has many friends or “likes”in the social network he will find happiness.
And there are those who spend hours in front of the television or playing games seeking to fill this emptiness, or even having fun with games . But all in vain.
The true happiness, and the only way to fill this emptiness is rec
eiving the Holy Spirit, God Himself. He alone can fill the empty hearts.
And this is the reason for the unhappiness of many: the lack of the Holy Spirit.
In this fast of Daniel, we will give up all worldly things, to seek the One who can fill this emptiness and not only make us happy, but to give the salvation of our souls.
Grab this opportunity during this 21 days and your life will never be the same again!
May God bless you all !
Lesson Sunday April 9
MOSES IS BORN Moses was born in Egypt during a very difficult time when the Israelites were slaves. To make things worse Pharaoh passed a law that every male baby born of a slave would have to be killed, only baby girls could survive. Imagine how sad the Israelite families were. They already suffered as slaves, and now they would have to give up their sons to be killed. The Israelites were tired of this suffering, and asked God to free them from that situation. That was when God decided to protect a particular baby’s life, so that baby could be used by God to free His people. Moses’s mother trusted that God would protect her son so in an act of faith, she hid her baby in a basket and put him in the Nile River.
“My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth.” (Psalms 121:2)
When we are obedient and willing to please God with a sincere heart, His plans for our lives can happen for example: your father can give you attention, can stop to fight inside of the house, you can have a lot of food, happy family… God is only waiting for us to act in faith and trust so that His plans can become true in our lives.