Disturbing Habits.

In Romans 9:19-21, Paul reveals man’s very disturbing habit of questioning everything.  This can be good but in most cases when it comes to God it is not the smartest thing to do.  My son when he was four years old would ask the same question, over and over again.  I would give him an answer and then he would question my answer.  It came to the point when he had to learn to be satisfied with the answer I gave him.  It is the same with God.  We must be satisfied with the answer He gives to our questions.  For example, God in a way that He uses is something that we should not question.  We all have been called into ministry.  My ministry as a communicator may be have a little more recognition than someone who makes coffee on Sunday morning but mine is not more important than theirs.  I once knew two people.  One was an evangelist and the other an usher in the church.  The evangelist was great at preaching and getting people saved, yet as a man of hospitality he was quite lacking.  The other man who was an usher shone at making people feel right home in the church.  He would invite newcomers home after church for dinner.  Both ministries are important.  So do not get uptight if you do not have an up front ministry.  Remember God has given us all a ministry that only we can do whether great or small.  Your promises are:  Psalm 33:1, 50:23, 148:14, 149:1, Isaiah 25:1, 43:21, Phil 4:6, 1 Thess 5:18 and Heb 13:15.  Your Insightful Sayings are:  When a person denies the existence of God they are denying the very one who gives them breath.  Gen 2:7, God made man and then breathed into him the breath of life and man became a living soul.  Listen to the nudging within your heart, it is the voice that will save you from a multitude of problems.