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Whose House

choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you dwell. But as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.”

Do you know who it is that you’ll serve in your life? Let us make sure.

If your serving your house, then are your roommates happy with your service?

If your serving those in your house, then you can’t make mistakes and mess here and there. They are going to all want perfection from you in something that they need.

If you serve the Lord and your house serves the Lord, then you have a better chance at being fulfilled within.

Whose hoise, is your house? A house filled with selfishness is caotic. A house filled with true love, is a working system that God could visit any day and things will run just as smooth.

The world serves their own desires and feelings, they don’t care to walk in agreement. Husbands and wives are at odds, and the children are all confused about how to work together.

A house marked for God is one that doesn’t hesitate to rise early and perform their duties and make sure that things are in the right place. The team puts on a good performance with out having guests to please.

No one is left holding the whole thing alone.

Command better service from your homestead. No one should escape the gathering of the family dynamic for selfish motives.

All who are with you must understand what it means to be a home for God. Not fake faith, but trueness to oneself and to the God we serve.

Whose house is your house?

Not just the church building where we all attend, dragging ourselves into the seats as if we are being punished for something, but a people who are happy to serve the living God with all of their heart, soul and might.

As for me and my house we shall serve the Lord. We shall order ourselves to get ready for the coming of the Savior and the host of the Army of the Lord God and King.

We will not piddle around and twittle our thumbs with nothing in mind that is our responsibility, we will find the work and service of God pleasurable unto all of our generation. There is not time to give up serving the Lord and play a faith, and not be full of faith in the Lord.

It’s time to change our idea of service back to the original plan and purpose God set in place for all who believe.

Whose house is your house?

God’s house is your house.

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Ordained Elder, Husband, and Father.