Sunday Prayer- Fill Me Up Lord!

Psalm 23

 

If your cup has been emptied out, go into the house of the Lord and get a refill. Pray this simple prayer.

Fill me up Lord until my cup runs over. Fill me with your love. Fill me with your kindness. Fill me with your forgiveness. Fill me with your joy. Fill me to the point that my cup runs over and spills all over anyone who is in my presence and they can’t help but to rejoice in your goodness!

Be blessed and Happy Sunday!

T Brown

Pastors Derrick L and Tamika M Brown on victory-1075 Atlanta 6 PM CST

TUNE IN TONIGHT for Peace In Living Today @ 6PM CST, 7 PM EST
http://www.victory-1075.com/felice_pope.html#.VAjT21c1Otg (The link only works at broadcast time)

Our special guest :Pastors Derrick L. and Tamika M. Brown from By Faith Ministries Impact Center in Madison, AL.

We will be discussing Pastor Tamika’s book:
Women in the Waiting, which can be purchased by clicking on these links on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Westbowpress.com

For more information about Derrick L. Brown and Tamika M. Brown

Follow us @women_waiting and www.womeninthewaiting.wordpress.com

or Check out the website: www.bfmimpactcenter.com

COME JOIN US!!

 

Photo: TUNE IN TONIGHT for Peace In Living Today @ 6PM CST, 7 PM EST Our special guest :Pastors Tamika Brown & Derrick L Brown from By Faith Ministries Impact Center in Madison, AL. www.bfmimpactcenter.com  We will be discussing Pastor Tamika's book: Women in the Waiting which can be purchased on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, and Westbowpress.com  Follow us @women_waiting and www.womeninthewaiting.wordpress.com  For more information about Derrick L. Brown and Tamika M. Brown  COME JOIN US!!

 

You Reap What You Sow

REAP

Do you believe what goes around comes around? We always look at it in a bad sense, but it could be a good thing too. This principle is what believers call reaping and sowing. Gal 6:7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. If you sow good things you will reap good things. If you sow bad things you will reap bad things. But it’s amazing how we respond to what we reap as though we don’t remember what we have sown.

Why do we act surprised when we get on the scale and have picked up another five pounds? Never mind the six plates from the all you can eat buffet, along with the chocolate cake and chips you ate last night. And to top it off, you don’t even exercise! Why do we act surprised when people confront us with he said she said and we know we said it. Any time gossip leads, drama follows! Why do we act surprised when we are driving down the street and the gas light comes on? If you don’t put gas in the tank, what do you expect to ride around on, fumes? Why do we act surprised when we smile at someone and they smile back at us? Why do we act surprised when we pray for God to step in, and he does? Why do we act surprised when we step out on faith and as a result, we rise above the situation?

No matter what your position is or what you say, you will always reap what you sow. Whether or not it’s good or bad, it will come to you. If you have been praying and fasting and seeking God for something and it hasn’t happened yet, don’t be surprised when it does. Rejoice and be thankful because you will reap what you sow!

T Brown