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It’s amazing how we remember our old [new] but lovely pots and utensils during festive periods.
Today while we were preparing for Christmas, my mum decided to bring some lovely bowls so that we will dish food in them. I was immediately reminded of this passage 2Timothy 2: 20 and I said wow . . . these are for special occasions right?
It’s the same with the ass that was used during Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. The ass had been tied for a long time until its appointed time. It was still useful when it was needed.
God found Jesus, Mary, and Joseph as vessels unto honour.
Jesus who knew no sin was seen and used as a vessel for salvation and that’s why we celebrate Christmas today. He came to reunite us back to our Friend and Maker; He redesigned us to be fit for a relationship with God. He remained a beautiful useful vessel here on earth until his death.
He left giving a mandate– a vessel He can use for the reconciliation of others.
What kind of vessel are you? Dishonour or honour?
Like those bowls it’s good for us to be used on special occasions, however, our special occasion is everyday. . .
Why do you celebrate Christmas? Are you still a vessel for Christmas (Christ)?
Think on this . . . don’t just wine and dine
Let Jesus break, remould, and make your vessel new and fit for His use if necessary.
. . . Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2016 in advance. . .
It feels amazing to finally see the last month of the year not because it’s the Christmas month but because it’s been a long wonderful journey.
I’m excited because it’s my month of birth and that of Jesus Christ. Welcome to December!
I thought to myself what will this month signify aside Christmas? This was the answer I got.
This morning I decided to go visit someone who lost her child (sad). I did not know where she resides but I felt obliged to go give my condolence to her. I stopped a bike man, told him how I didn’t know where I was going but I’d ask as we move along, and then go to my work place. He agreed. I prayed silently for direction.
Suddenly I said, pull over here I want to ask that lady if she knows the woman! I greeted and asked her, please do you know Mrs X’s house? She said, it’s this one and she called for her mum! I was dazed, so was the bike man.
There and then I exclaimed, you are the Way Maker! Who can beat that?!
I could not but share this because I know someone needs to be encouraged.
It’s the last month of the year and you’ve probably zeroed your mind that you’ll do better next year in your planning. You now feel you can’t get the direction you need or your request answered?
Believe, God is the Way Maker.
He said, forget the former things . . . I will make a way . . .Isaiah 43: 19.
Have you been walking in desert places? Behold, A way for you!
He’s never late, He is The Way!
The Way Maker will make a way for you before the year runs out.
Happy New Month. . .