THE MOST HIGH RULES THE KINGDOMS OF MEN !

By Pastor Angela Chester | Weekly Nuggets

Jun 23

Daniel 3:2-3, ” I thought it good to declare the signs and wonders that the Most High God has worked for me. How great are his signs, and how mighty his wonders!  His kingdom is an everlasting kingdom, And His Dominion is from generation to generation. …………………….What a shame that King Nebuchadnezzar had to be pushed to insanity by God, Because of his arrogance, attributing all that he had gained, and attained, to his splendid imagination of a Self-reliant exsistance Un-recognizing that there were limits to his power. We should be very carful, and we dare not, exalt ourselves to dangerous heights and levels in our mind, that put us in competition with or above our Most High and Almighty God, ” whom King Nebuchadnezzar”, after being returned to his right mind by God, had to extol and honor ” that God the King of Heaven, whose works are truth, and his ways justice, And those who walk in Pride He is able to put down ( Daniel 36:37 ). “So when doing all we do in ministry for God, we should keep our heads down, hearts humble, and necks flexible . And remember that “God rules the kingdoms of men”,  and he gives it to, and takes it from whoever he pleases. Praise God, Love you Pastor Angela 

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gracy billingsley June 29, 2015

Pride is a very dangerous thing. It’s a silent, subtle enemy that creeps upon individuals and causes destruction before it’s even recognized as being a threat. Pride camouflages itself so well that even after the damage has been done, many people still aren’t able to identify just what really happened. It has ruined a lot of families, ministries, friendships, and even relationships with God. It’s so powerful that Lucifer lost his position in heaven because of it. We must not forget that God resists the proud and gives grace to the humble(1Peter5:5). Who can stand to be resisted by an omnipotent God?! The scripture tells us in Proverbs 6:17 that God even hates a proud look. Because it has such clever disguises, I recommend that we all do like David in Psalm 139:23-24 when he said, “Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts: And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” God knows the secret parts of the heart, and He is able to cleanse us and free us from its grip.

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Anthony Jones August 3, 2016

Amen

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    Pastor Angela Chester June 9, 2017

    Hey Anthony

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