Robert McLaughlin Bible Ministries

If your daily priorities include doctrine first, you will be ready when you go into the storm of pressure and adversity.

Thursday, November 20, 2003

They perform evil through one of two avenues.
Evil through sin, evil through human good, or evil through both.

Most Christians are lined up with evil as soon as they get some pressure, simply because they never established a system of priorities on a daily basis.

It is your daily perspective that gives you the power and the ability to face and handle disaster.

If your daily priorities include doctrine first, then it will be a wonderful day, and tomorrow will be a wonderful day, because you have established a routine = positive decisions for doctrine, personal control of your life, and a personal sense of destiny.

The life that does not have routine is not organized or prepared for either adversity or prosperity.

Routine in terms of priorities in life.

A lot of believers fail because they do not wake up before it is too late and because they do not know how to handle the times of monotony or boredom or routine.

JOH 10:10 The thief comes only to steal, and kill, and destroy; I came that they might have life, and might have it more abundantly.

Life is to be free of guilt.
Contagiously happy.
Committed to God.
Happy with the one God has given you.
Happy on your job.

God wills the highest and the best for you as a believer, and only when you receive that highest and best do you glorify God.

God’s will is for you to withdraw from your escrow account as much as you can.

You are here to glorify God!

Glorifying God demands understanding!

God’s will for your life as a member of the royal family of God is to bless you.

COL 3:17 And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through Him to God the Father.

ZEC 4:10 “Do not despise the day of small things!”

It is not that you find yourself in monotony because you are not doing anything but because there seems to be no meaning to it all.

Because she does not sense in her activity any meaning, aside from just the essentials of getting it done, therefore, she thinks it is meaningless.

MAT 25:21 “Well done, good and faithful slave; you were faithful with a few things, I will put you in charge of many things, enter into the joy of your master.”

From age 40 to age 80 in his life – he was leading the sheep in the desert, having been disillusioned in his activity in Egypt.

From age 80 to age 120 when he died, Moses was in a wilderness wandering with the people of God.

When you find yourself in a monotonous routine feeling that your activities are meaningless, the first place to look is up.

PSA 90:1 Thou hast been our dwelling place in all generations.

If you go back as far as you can go in your imagination to the end of what we would call, or perhaps the beginning of what we call, the past and you step off, you are at the vanishing point called infinity or eternity past,GEN 1:1.

If we could take ourselves to the farthest point of the future and go as far as our imagination can take us and then step further into the vanishing point of tomorrow, the infinity of the future, we would realize, there is God,REV 21:1.

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