LITTLE BEGINNING IS GOOD ENOUGH
Main Text: Job 8:7(NKJV)-Though your beginning was small, yet your latter end would greatly increase.
Zechariah 4:10a (NLT) – Do not despise these small beginnings.
How often do we overlook the little steps that are necessary to accomplish our greater goals? For a person who is new to the Christian life, you might be desiring a higher level of grace, a closer walk with God, and spiritual maturity and you want these to happen almost immediately.
However, making prayer a habit, studying your bible, attending services, being actively involved in your church, consciously living each day as a follower of Christ will help you grow spiritually and build your relationship with God.
Like mentioned before, a strong prayer life is important in building our relationship with God. We ought to have that intimacy with God and one way is to stay in continuous communication with him — observing your devotion in the morning and also in the evening before you retire for the night.
Your prayer can be little communication with God during your daily activities. Endeavor to study your bible at least one bible passage a day; make sure you make out time for church services even with your busy schedule. Join a department in your church and stay active, this is your way to serve and give back to the house of God.
Therefore, in as much as we desire the bigger things, we should try not to neglect the baby steps that God use to bring us to where he wants us to be. When you are consistent with your walk with God, staying in constant communication through prayer, expanding your knowledge of him through bible study and giving up your time for his work, you will see your spiritual life grow to the level that God desires for you.
LITTLE STEPS MAKE GIANT STRIDES.
Prayer: Dear God, help us to embrace our little beginnings, knowing that they are good enough to bring us to where you want us to be in Jesus name. AmenBY BISHOP NGOZI DURUEKE (HE REIGNS CHAPEL INTERNATIONAL) To send your testimony, write us: firstname.lastname@example.org.