Recognise a favourPosted by: WebPulpit | Posted on: December 30, 2015
When someone does something good to you, no matter how little it may seem, please appreciate it. If its something that warrants thanksgiving in church, go ahead, praise God but never forget to also praise the man or woman God used. Many people remembers to thank God but forgets to thank the person God used. Appreciation they say is an application for more. This does not mean you should worship the person, it only means that you should say ‘Thank you’ privately and openly. This is how Apostle Paul does it – 1Co 1:4 “I thank my God always on your behalf, for the grace of God which is given you by Jesus Christ”
– adapted from ‘The 12 golden rules of keeping a relationship’ by Emeka Ogbuju
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