as a fitness trainer, if I had instructed my clients to eat breakfast on the day of our training session, but not to eat again for the rest of the week, they would have thought I was crazy and not kept me employed very long.
Yet, how many Christians get one spiritual meal a week sitting in church and then starve themselves for the remaining 6 days?
Yes, you are free to enjoy yourself with God. Is this the kind of relationship you have with God? Jesus loved His Father, and He certainly loved life!
Running is intentional. Worship is also intentional. God created us for worship and for His pleasure. But how and why do we do it?
Your physical health is great. How is the health of your soul? Health of our eternal souls is of the greatest value.
Physical disciplines involve repetitive movement. Once you master the form, you flow into the zone, and switches onto auto-pilot mode.
We were given breath to worship as one. We are to come together under the authority of the One who gave it all, as a united KINGDOM FAMILY.
I snoozed my alarm clock on my iPhone for the third time, turned and stuffed my head under my pillow and, tried to forget my decision to go for a morning jog, my little date with God.
“Just 5 more minutes sleep maybe…”
“How about an afternoon jog or maybe tomorrow morning…”
But what if God comes knocking at our doors? Do we gladly open the doors of our hearts to him? Do we oblige only when it’s to our convenience? Do we acknowledge Him only when our “mood” is good? Or only when He has brought us presents that we have asked for?
It was hard, but as I leaned into God and asked Him for strength, I found it. Let’s not forget that when we run we run for the glory of God, our running and experiencing His presence whilst we are out there gives Him pleasure, so don’t think that strength only comes when we are doing a deeply spiritual task, because that’s bad theology.
God positions us, for a purpose so that the prosperity of God will be ushered to all His people.
What a powerful statement to bring us, believers, back to the source of focus on the blesser, not so much the blessing.
Remember that behind every blessing, there is a blesser, and He is none other than our Heavenly Father.
Our desire to grow spiritually and walk with God is just as important as our hunger to see lives coming into the kingdom of God.
By default, if we’re walking closely with God, that intimacy will naturally & instinctively stir up the PASSION in us to go and find lost souls.
The HEART OF EVANGELISM is all about the value of a soul.
Do you truly believe that God has a plan for your life?
Jeremiah 29:11 MSG says “…I know what I’m doing. I have it all planned out – plans to take care of you, not abandon you, plans to give you the future you hope for.”
God has designed you and thus, He has a perfect plan for your life, a wonderful, purposeful and fulfilling one.
The God who loves us is a God of providence.
When Jesus says, “Come follow me…” (Matthew 4:19), He was asking Peter and Andrew to follow Him wholeheartedly, trusting that the decision made is the best one for their lives, taking into consideration their basic needs and their future plans.
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Strategizing like a ‘Hinge Ministry’ type of movement, Kingdom Runners purposes to connect, leverage and support Christians to rediscover God’s purposes in their lives.
God ignited this dream in the founder’s heart about a decade ago through a vision of a multitude of believers gathering to run a marathon together as a community, praying for God’s kingdom, fighting for kingdom causes and finishing the race together as a body.