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Pray without ceasing

But understand this: If the owner of the house had known at what hour the thief was coming, he would not have let his house be broken into. (Luke 12v39 NIV)

This is a shift from being ready for Him. 

To being on your guard against the circumstances of life. 

You still have to be aware of where doubt and unbelief creeps in. 

It is your responsibility to be ready. 

Don’t allow lethargy and apathy get a grip. 

Allowing circumstances to escalate out of control. 

Your circumstances will rob, kill and destroy you if they can. 

But if you are aware of this. 

You will never have an excuse. 

There is no warning of what is to come. 

It is your responsibility to be alert, to be awake. 

Your focus is on the Good Shepherd not the thief. 

Be ready for Him and nothing will take you by surprise. 

Be ready to give thanks. 

Worship all day. 

Pray without ceasing. 

Give thanks continually. 

Turn every problem into a blessing.

2018-08-28T15:04:09+00:00Tuesday, August 28th, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

Dream His dreams

It will be good for those servants whose master finds them ready, even if he comes in the middle of the night or toward daybreak. (Luke 12v38 NIV)

However long it takes. 

No matter how tired you get. 

Do not give up. 

Show yourself to be serious. 

For only one thing matters and that is Him. 

Find out what are His desires, dreams and plans.

 

It is about your heart attitude. 

Whether you love Him. 

Do you care about the things He cares about?

If He is not first in our thoughts every time then what is and why?

Let Him have your whole time. 

Fully surrendering everything. 

Jesus is not just for Sundays. 

He is not at your convenience. 

You are at His. 

What He may ask you to do may be inconvenient. 

It may not fit in with your ambitions. 

His dream may be different to yours.

2018-08-27T14:47:41+00:00Monday, August 27th, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

He will wait on you

It will be good for those servants whose master finds them watching when he comes. Truly I tell you, he will dress himself to serve, will have them recline at the table and will come and wait on them. (Luke 12v37 NIV)

How wonderful He is. 

We don’t deserve to have Him serve us. 

He just loves you so much.

It will be worth the wait. 

Be in anticipation. 

It will be more wonderful than you can imagine. 

 Being ready means we are watching out for Him. 

Listening for any sound that He might make. 

Our hearts beat faster with His coming Presence. 

Even though we are barely good enough to be His slaves. 

Yet He calls us friends. 

To think that He, the King of kings, would wait on you and me.

2018-08-26T13:45:03+00:00Sunday, August 26th, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

Testimony week 7

After a long day, at altitude, jet lag and lack of sleep went to fill the car up at a petrol station and put the debit card in the wrong slot. Put it the receipt by mistake. It is not that we haven’t done this a million times but… so stood there thinking what we were going to do so I prayed, asking God to help, the owner came out and could not get the card so I declared ‘there is a solution’ but it was not looking promising. He left us with a paper clip and a large plastic clamp thing.

Praise God we got it out. He demonstrated His goodness. This seems like a small thing but we were in a seven 11 gas station in Colorado a long way from home. It mattered to us but we turned to Him rather than despair.

Turn to Him first in all and every situation and see what He can do. Bless your circumstances rather than cursing your own stupidly and certainly don’t blame someone else. He always has an answer and it is an elegant one.

2018-08-25T14:37:58+00:00Saturday, August 25th, 2018|Testimony|

Be still

…like servants waiting for their master to return from a wedding banquet, so that when he comes and knocks they can immediately open the door for him. (Luke 12v36 NIV)

There is so much that can distract you. 

Not just what is going on around you. 

But also what is going on inside of you. 

If you are distracted or preoccupied. 

Then you will not be ready when He knocks at the door. 

You may not even hear Him knocking. 

Have all your senses on high alert. 

As if nothing else matters. 

Expect to see or hear something.

You may have to wait. 

Be still. 

Be quiet.

But be expectant and be excited. 

Above all be ready. 

The question is are you ready now?

2018-08-25T14:01:46+00:00Saturday, August 25th, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

No matter what

“Be dressed ready for service and keep your lamps burning, (Luke 12v35 NIV)

Believe that you have something to offer. 

Nobody has nothing. 

Everybody has something. 

Your service to Him is important. 

You need to recognise it. 

To understand what it is and what it looks like. 

You are offering yourself to Him in His service.

Which is freely given. 

You are not His slave. 

If you want to be in His service then you need to be ready, willing and available. 

You never know when He will call on you. 

If you are ready for His service then you will not be taken by surprise. 

Keep your passion for Him burning.

Let nothing put that fire out. 

No matter what.

2018-08-24T20:51:05+00:00Friday, August 24th, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

He means you

What I say to you, I say to everyone: ‘Watch!’ (Mark 13v37 NIV)

Watch what?

What does He want you to see. 

To keep your eyes and ears open at all times.

Or you might miss it.

There will be something to see. 

There will be clues and indications. 

Yes, it is about praying. 

but it is more than that. 

It is a lifestyle. 

He has given you your five senses for a purpose. 

They are to be used to inform you. 

They are not meant to give you direction. 

When you see or hear something, ask Him, enquire. 

Even if it does not strike you, ask anyway. 

Learn to recognise His voice.

Then you will see and know what you are meant to be watching.

Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal deep truths. 

You will have to learn what the kingdom is like.

2018-08-23T13:03:13+00:00Thursday, August 23rd, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

Be fully alert

If he comes suddenly, do not let him find you sleeping. (Mark 13v36 NIV)

Don’t fall asleep. 

Stay awake. 

Don’t be lazy about your relationship with Him. 

In your attitude don’t become apathetic. 

Don’t allow lethargy to grip you no matter what the delay may be. 

Be a person of action. 

Not of reaction. 

You are not a passive person. 

But a person of passion.

Be ready at a moments notice to do His bidding. 

Keep your weapons sharp. 

Keep them by your side. 

Be alert to anything He is showing you.

Be full of His Holy Spirit.

Be fully aware of Him.

2018-08-22T13:47:03+00:00Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

Keep watching and keep praying

“Therefore keep watch because you do not know when the owner of the house will come back—whether in the evening, or at midnight, or when the rooster crows, or at dawn. (Mark 13v35 NIV)

Watch and pray. 

For you do not know when He will come. 

This is not so much the end times but a personal call to be ready at all times.

Do not think for a moment that He might be asleep. 

Indifferent or not watching. 

So that you can do what you want. 

He will expect you to be ready. 

To be willing. 

Just because He doesn’t keep to your timetable doesn’t mean there isn’t one. 

He knows your heart. 

Keep it for Him. 

Keep it pure. 

That means no off days.

You are to be constantly on the alert for His voice.

Everything you will do will have an impact.

Nothing is neutral. 

Be available.

Know that everything has some significance. 

2018-08-21T14:03:21+00:00Tuesday, August 21st, 2018|Heaven's Culture|

The second blessing

“This is how it will be with whoever stores up things for themselves but is not rich toward God.”

(Luke 12v21 NIV)

Notice that Jesus didn’t say any mention about giving to the poor. 

It is nothing about helping those in need. 

You could argue that it was implied. 

But that is an assumption we can easily make but it isn’t what He said. 

There are two questions here…

  • What does He mean by ‘this is how it will be…’?
  • How can we or how should we be rich towards God? 

The man may have died prematurely. 

But we all die eventually. 

It is clearly a warning. 

But what kind of warning? 

He is emphasising a selfishness. 

In particular related to wealth. 

But is there more to it? 

I suspect that Jesus was addressing a wider issue. 

It is a matter of the heart. 

The man was unexpectedly blessed.

Which was nice.

This would’ve been considered a sign from God. 

An indication that they were doing something right. 

This might be the only measure they had.

We might be guilty of the same.

Equating material wealth with spirituality. 

However, this man gave no thought to God. 

He had already been blessed. 

This issue arose after the second blessing. 

The first was he was already wealthy. 

He already was better off than most. 

But the second blessing which had nothing to do with his ability to create wealth was his stumbling block. 

He should’ve given careful thought as to this blessing. 

What was he was supposed to do with it. 

He should’ve had another thought. 

Instead he took it as his. 

He felt in some measure he deserved it. 

That it was part of his ability to gain and create wealth. 

He missed a significant point. 

It wasn’t because of him. 

The ground gave it to him. 

He hadn’t earned it nor worked for it. 

What or who are you working for?

2018-08-20T13:07:53+00:00Monday, August 20th, 2018|Heaven's Culture|