I have a tendency to get on my own nerves when God is not involved in my thinking process, we need Christ, for us to get and keep it right. Knowing this, we should Practice What We Preach.
I believe I am where I am supposed to be, and my task is to deliver messages for the benefit of all, while realizing I am in need of help myself. The Devil doesn’t care to give us Spiritual information; this is why we should always be in a position to hear the Words of Christ. With that being said, we are often encouraged to attend a “ Bible Believing, Bible Teaching Church.”
The flesh, so easily forgets to practice what it has learned, and I am sure you have heard that old saying; “In one ear, and right out the other.” 1st Corinthians 9:16 tells us;
For though I preach the gospel, I have nothing to glory of: necessity is laid upon me; yea, woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospel
I am not taking any chances, I know what woe is unto me mean. So that is a part of why we need Teachers and Churches, and they are in place for us to get a better understanding of God’s Will for us to have a better life through Jesus Christ. We need to understand;
The wages of sin are death. Romans 6:23.
When we learn how to excess our Blessings, and understand the chores set before us, instead of feeling chastised, or confused about what we should or should not do. Let the judge’s judge, while we learn how to use the Love of God in our everyday lives.
To know that the problems of the world will not terrorize those who believe. Preachers are in place to instruct us on how and what the Bible really mean. For instance, how to receive the Holy Spirit;
So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. Romans 10:17.
To help us get to this point, we must receive the word, or go back to the words of Christ, when in need of a refresher course, whatever state you may be in, stay around like minds by joining a “Bible Believing, Bible Teaching Church,” with a Pastor that teaches and explain the Words of Christ.
Always Practice What You Have Learned, while “Practicing What You Preach.”
LET THE CHURCH SAY, AMEN!