Saturday, May 30, 2015
Who am I? (1 Chr 29,14 & 2 Chr 2,6)
Who am I has this answer that we are chosen by God to be his servants whatever our background and personal history. Second, David is said to build the house of the Lord out of his love for the Lord's dwelling and a servant of God must love the church, those whom he serves. Third, how David gave generously to the building project and inspired the leaders of Israel to do likewise (1Chr 29,6). This is the power of example, a role model for all to follow and a pastor or elder does well if he remembers this. In 2 Chr 2,6 Solomon asked this question who is he to build a house for God except that it would be a place to offer sacrifices. As leader, we lead God's house to offer praise and worship to the living God.
I saw how the Principal in his gentleness leads his colleagues to praise the Lord in songs. The students respond accordingly when they see the Faculty united in heart and mind. After the end of the service at 10.20pm we had supper fellowship and as we bid one another goodbye I was already thinking of the sermon I was going to preach this Sunday.
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