Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Titus 2:3

As I had mentioned in an earlier blog, our Pastor's wife, Pastor Connie spoke on Titus 2:3 at our Ladies Night Out. I was hoping her message would have been posted on CCC's video files but it hasn't been. So, I will give you here talking points. The message was so good.

The scriptures she used were: Titus 2:3-5; Deuteronomy 6:7; Genesis 3:15; Psalm 71:18; and Psalm 89:1.

She talked about our seed-The hope of our Nation. What we sow is what we reap. It's important to plant those seeds to help our Nation grow and become healthy.

The the talking points were on Strategies for the Preservation of this generation of Hope.

Here are the strategies that we should be implementing:

1. Intercede and battle for our children and the children and youth of this generation by using your spiritual weapons of warfare.
2. Preserve the prophetic words spoken for each of your children and what you are hearing God saying for this younger generation.
3. Reproduce yourself.
4. Grow in your awareness of national problems facing this generation.

Promote Christian Education
Think the Way your generational eternal God thinks.
Become "midwives" for your nation.
Do not honor your own children above God.
Show off God's faithfulness to this generation.
Strategize on behalf of your children.

Like I said, I wish you could hear the message. It was very good, and would make more sense in what this is saying, but I'm hoping you can get the jest of it, and what we should be doing.


Anonymous said...

That's good!!! Hope your having a wonderful week!!! be blessed!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a very powerful word from the Lord! I would have loved to hear it, but I get the point behind the message through your post.


Contest Chris said...

Great post Tammy!

Omah's Helping Hands said...

Thank you Smile, Yes, I am having a great week! Hope you are doing the same.

It was very powerful Valerie Lynn. I'm hoping they post it, then I can link to it so you all can hear it.

Thank You Chris.
Blessings to you all!

Susie Q said...

A wonderful post today Tammy!

As always, thank you so much!

Omah's Helping Hands said...

Thank you Sue, you are always so sweet. Have a beautiful week!!!

Contest Chris said...

I'm back to tell you this is the Feature Post over at Worth a Thousand Words.

Omah's Helping Hands said...

Thanks Chris. Glad you liked it. I am honored to be a featured post. Love your blogs. I should really start showing some recognition myself. I'd have such a hard time deciding though. ;)
Have a great rest of the week!

Tootsie said...

hello!!!! welcome to my blog! I was happy to see you as a follower!
I have an Omah too! We had two sets of grandparents...and to keep it straight (as your blog header says....) we called them Omie and Opie...and grandma and grandpa!
(my Omah felt she was too young to be called anything but Omie!) lol

Omah's Helping Hands said...

Hi Tootsie!
Welcome. That is so cool. I've met like three people now that have called one set of grandparents Omah and Opah. I like Omie and Opie. Couple of the grandkids now call me Omieo or Omie. I think it's cute. Thanks for sharing that.