Kari singing at New Creation Family Church in Shreveport, La.
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Two things,
Thing One: I was wondering to myself why the Lord would call me to an urban area like Lowell,Ma when I’m such a country boy, this thought came to me “And when the Pharisees saw it, they said to His disciples, “Why does your Teacher eat with tax collectors and sinners?” When Jesus heard that, He said to them, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick.”
Matthew 9:11-12 NKJV

Thing Two: I was letting the God know how much we needed a buil...

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I was reading Isaiah chapter 2 today and wasn’t quite catching the drift of verse 22 (“Sever yourselves from such a man, Whose breath is in his nostrils; For of what account is he?”
‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭2:22‬ ‭NKJV‬‬) and found this little gem...

Charles Spurgeon “A Man Whose Breath is in His Nostrils” Sermon #1984


“The people of Isaiah’s day were like the rest of their race; they showed their unspiritualness and their inability to walk in the light of the Lord by making their own wealth their chief confidence. We read at verse seven—“Their land is also full of silver and gold, neither is there any end of their treasures,” and then it is added, “Their land is also full of idols.” Alas! This idolatry of wealth is common among God’s people even at this day. “Give us this day our daily bread” is a prayer which falls far short of the general desires even of Christian people. Our demands are for luxuries, and plenty of them. Many would be coming down in the world very terribly if they had to receive from hand-to-mouth fashion—day by day their daily bread. Yet the Lord Jesus has put these words into our mouth. The providence of God is to some professing Christians a mere dream; they cannot rest till they have something more substantial to rely upon than the care of heaven. You think I am sarcastic; is it not true? See how your professed be- lievers hunger to make sure of the main chance; as eagerly as the merest worldlings they scrape and they hoard. I have not a word to say against that Scriptural prudence which bids us, like the ant, lay by in store for wintry times, but I speak of the hunger to be rich, and of the selfish expenditure which forgets entirely that our substance is to be used for the glory of God, and that we are only stewards. I ask again, do not many slave, and hoard, and grasp as if there were no promise in the Scriptures of temporal provi- sion from God’s own right hand, and no exhortation to lay up our treasures in heaven? Are we liars? Do we say that all that we are and have is the Lord’s, and do we after saying this live for ourselves, as if there were no redemption and no hereafter? That there should be need for the preacher to raise such questions is an indication that there is a common tendency to worship wealth, or at least to regard it as a substantial support.”

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#Ps. 146:3; Jer. 17:5Sever yourselves from such a man,Whose #Job 27:3breath is in his nostrils;For of what account is he?