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May 2022 Theme: Divine Focus

Text: Psalms 34:5 (NKJV)
They looked to Him and were radiant,And their faces were not ashamed.

Glory and honor to our God by whom we have received mercy and grace to see this new month in the land of the living.

With everything the whole world had been through in the hands of the pandemics that engulfed the world, we are fortunate to still be around and well.With this been said, it behold of you and I to keep our eyes very focused on God, regardless of what the enemy may want to use to take our focus away from Jesus. We have a God that is bigger and mightily powerful than any of our situations to the contrary!!!!
Knowing this, I encourage you to make worship your focus as we all Divinely Focus on Jesus, looking unto Him because He is the “Author and Finisher” of our faith- Hebrews 12:2

You are a product of what your focus is.Here is why; your focus determines your reality.

How we feel isn’t determined by objective circumstances. If that was the case, Silver Medalists would be happier than Bronze medalists because they had an objectively better result. But how we feel isn’t determined by our objective circumstances. How we feel is determined by our subjective focus.

Here’s another way of saying it: your internal attitudes are more important than your external circumstances. This goes for any aspect of our life; academic, marital, career, etc.

This is just as true as we have it in the story in 1st Samuel 16- God focus (looks) at the inside and not the outside.

Some of us know people who can find something good to focus on even in the worst of circumstances, and vise visa.

There is a universal principle I need to share with you right out of the gate: we tend to see what we’re looking for. If you focus on love, you will find it and if you focus on hate, you will find one.

For example, if you decide you don’t like someone you’ll notice everything that is wrong with that person. And you’ll probably ignore anything you could potentially like about them. The flipside is true as well. If you’re head-over-heels in love with someone you tend to only notice those things you love about them.

We see what we’re looking for.
What does that have to do with worship? A worshipper makes a pre-decision to look for something to praise God about even in the direst of circumstances.Don’t let your not so good situations put you in a spiritual or emotional drain but rather look at the big picture of life.

Sometimes you’ve got to zoom out and look at the big picture.So how do we zoom out? By focusing on Jesus.Let me give you a one word answer: worship.

Worshipping is taking our eyes off of our external circumstances and focusing on God. We stop focusing on what’s wrong with us or with our circumstances. We start focusing on what’s right with God.

Here’s what worship does:

-Restores spiritual equilibrium
-Regain perspective
-Enable you to find praise through the storm
-Remind you that Jesus has already paid the price
-Cause a refocusing on God’s Love
-Cause a refocusing on eternity with God
-Refocuses the fundamentals of our Faith

To be Divinely Focused when everything seems to be going wrong when you are doing your best is not easy. I recognize that. Is it easy? Ask me!! Absolutely not. Nothing is more difficult than praising God when everything seems to be going wrong. But one of the purest form of worship is praising God even when you don’t feel like it because it shows God that your worship isn’t based on circumstances. Worship is based on the character of God.

Through worship, you dominate your problems before they dominate you. May the Lord make all grace abound to you this month as you choose to be DIVINELY FOCUSED- 2 Corinthians 9:8

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