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God's Divine Purpose - The Spirit of Regret
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God's Divine Purpose - The Spirit of Regret

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Pastor Chris Adetoro

Before anyone of us were born, Jer 39:5 says that he knows us and assigned to each one of us a purpose for which we are here on earth for. Sampson, John the Baptist, etc were on earth for a purpose and they fulfilled their purpose.

Everyone has made one mistake or the other but some stay in that regret instead of moving forward.

The Spirit of Regret: Case Study of Ruth

When they left Bethlehem, Naomi and her husband left with wealth. She lost everything in Moab. The sin of incest started from Moab. It was a cursed nation. They left Bethlehem to Moab because of famine but when she left, there was no report of loss from Bethlehem. She was the one that came with three corpses. Naomi means splendor/sweetness but she was experiencing the opposite.

Regret means actions we took without thinking that lead to mistake.

Causes of regret is in the mistakes that were done in life, answers given to challenges.

The way you respond to challenges in life will show if you are a child of God who is in the word.

Some of us regret because of our actions and our inactions.

Causes of Regret:

  • Impatience: eager, desirous. Wanting something to happen right on the spot. Everybody has his/her time that God has planned to visit us, but impatience sometimes will not let us. If you sit for patience and patience doesn’t come on time, wait for long suffering and if that expires, try endurance and if you try that and it doesn’t work, try perseverance. Exodus 3:7-8.
  • Disobedience: is stubbornness.
  • Confusion
  • Bad counselors: seek good counsel
  • Faithlessness or lack of faith

What regret does

  • Regret turns joy to sorrow
  • Makes one Get angry
  • Unforgiveness
  • Hate people with passion
  • Creates lack of emotion
  • Creates failure
  • Leads to death which leads to destruction

Solution to regret:

  • Retrace your steps
  • Ask for forgiveness
  • Accept your mistake and take responsible
  • When God forgives you, forgive yourself

 

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1 Peter 2 draws our attention to God to whom we must ascribe our new life, not to our excellence. We must behold him as our source. We have to appreciate God and his excellence.

Psalm 103. We must bless the Lord from our heart. The idea of true worship suggests that God requires more than going through the motions like on Sunday. We must not elevate activities as the standard while living a sinful or God free life. God cannot be mocked.

We must never equate noise with true praise and worship. True praise is the melody produced from the heart that is consecrated to Christ. A non-consecrated heart cannot produce a sacrifice of praise.

Heb 13:15 The essence and purpose of our regeneration is served when our lives become one block of worship. That is allowing Jesus to have preeminence, being the first choice before any other. God has already blessed us and will bless us more as we consecrate ourselves.

You must deal with the flesh. As we yield our hearts to Jesus, it becomes easy to yield our money, time, etc.

True worship empasses every area of our lives. Let us exhibit maturity in worship. Our worship and our praise of God must not be due to our feelings, what God has done or not done.

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1 Peter 2 draws our attention to God to whom we must ascribe our new life, not to our excellence. We must behold him as our source. We have to appreciate God and his excellence.

Psalm 103. We must bless the Lord from our heart. The idea of true worship suggests that God requires more than going through the motions like on Sunday. We must not elevate activities as the standard while living a sinful or God free life. God cannot be mocked.

We must never equate noise with true praise and worship. True praise is the melody produced from the heart that is consecrated to Christ. A non-consecrated heart cannot produce a sacrifice of praise.

Heb 13:15 The essence and purpose of our regeneration is served when our lives become one block of worship. That is allowing Jesus to have preeminence, being the first choice before any other. God has already blessed us and will bless us more as we consecrate ourselves.

You must deal with the flesh. As we yield our hearts to Jesus, it becomes easy to yield our money, time, etc.

True worship empasses every area of our lives. Let us exhibit maturity in worship. Our worship and our praise of God must not be due to our feelings, what God has done or not done.

Conclusion: No doubt our God is the most benevolent God and as you worship him, he will bless you. If he has brought us to this month, never doubt that he will make provision. Just make him the center our worship so that as you come rejoicing, helping those in need, that is true worship. Christ must be at the center of our lives. God will never forget your labor and your giving

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”The heart of worship is not music and song but our hearts and heads engaged in joyful awe of the real Jesus.”

By the heart of worship, we mean that our worship, singing and dancing must not be a routine but a matter of the heart. We should be described by what Jesus says in John 4, worshiping God in spirit and truth as true worshippers.

1 Peter 2 draws our attention to God to whom we must ascribe our new life, not to our excellence. We must behold him as our source. We have to appreciate God and his excellence.

Psalm 103. We must bless the Lord from our heart. The idea of true worship suggests that God requires more than going through the motions like on Sunday. We must not elevate activities as the standard while living a sinful or God free life. God cannot be mocked.

We must never equate noise with true praise and worship. True praise is the melody produced from the heart that is consecrated to Christ. A non-consecrated heart cannot produce a sacrifice of praise.

Heb 13:15 The essence and purpose of our regeneration is served when our lives become one block of worship. That is allowing Jesus to have preeminence, being the first choice before any other. God has already blessed us and will bless us more as we consecrate ourselves.

You must deal with the flesh. As we yield our hearts to Jesus, it becomes easy to yield our money, time, etc.

True worship empasses every area of our lives. Let us exhibit maturity in worship. Our worship and our praise of God must not be due to our feelings, what God has done or not done.

Conclusion: No doubt our God is the most benevolent God and as you worship him, he will bless you. If he has brought us to this month, never doubt that he will make provision. Just make him the center our worship so that as you come rejoicing, helping those in need, that is true worship. Christ must be at the center of our lives. God will never forget your labor and your giving

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-Praise is very important in worship. There is blessing, power, victory in praising God.

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”The heart of worship is not music and song but our hearts and heads engaged in joyful awe of the real Jesus.”

By the heart of worship, we mean that our worship, singing and dancing must not be a routine but a matter of the heart. We should be described by what Jesus says in John 4, worshiping God in spirit and truth as true worshippers.

1 Peter 2 draws our attention to God to whom we must ascribe our new life, not to our excellence. We must behold him as our source. We have to appreciate God and his excellence.

Psalm 103. We must bless the Lord from our heart. The idea of true worship suggests that God requires more than going through the motions like on Sunday. We must not elevate activities as the standard while living a sinful or God free life. God cannot be mocked.

We must never equate noise with true praise and worship. True praise is the melody produced from the heart that is consecrated to Christ. A non-consecrated heart cannot produce a sacrifice of praise.

Heb 13:15 The essence and purpose of our regeneration is served when our lives become one block of worship. That is allowing Jesus to have preeminence, being the first choice before any other. God has already blessed us and will bless us more as we consecrate ourselves.

You must deal with the flesh. As we yield our hearts to Jesus, it becomes easy to yield our money, time, etc.

True worship empasses every area of our lives. Let us exhibit maturity in worship. Our worship and our praise of God must not be due to our feelings, what God has done or not done.

Conclusion: No doubt our God is the most benevolent God and as you worship him, he will bless you. If he has brought us to this month, never doubt that he will make provision. Just make him the center our worship so that as you come rejoicing, helping those in need, that is true worship. Christ must be at the center of our lives. God will never forget your labor and your giving

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