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Embracing God's Kingdom

Embracing God's Kingdom: A Path to Deeper Fellowship

Good morning Ekklesia Family. In our journey of faith, we are called not only to believe in God's Kingdom but also to actively participate in it. God desires a deep, intimate fellowship with us, inviting us to walk closely with Him each day.

Let's begin with Matthew 6:33: "But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well."

1. **Understanding God's Kingdom:**

God's Kingdom is not just a future destination; it is also a present reality. It's the reign and rule of God in our lives. It's where His will is done, His love is shown, and His power is manifested. By seeking His Kingdom, we prioritize His purposes above all else.

2. **Fellowship with God:**

Fellowship with God is the heart of Christianity. It's about cultivating a relationship with Him through prayer, worship, and studying His Word. Just as friends spend time together to deepen their bond, we must spend time with God to know Him more intimately.

3. **Practical Steps for Deeper Fellowship:**

a. **Daily Devotion:** Set aside time each day to pray and read the Bible. Let God speak to you through His Word and respond in prayer.

b. **Attend Church:** Regularly gather with other believers to worship God and receive teaching. Fellowship with other Christians strengthens our faith and encourages us in our walk.

c. **Serve Others:** Jesus modeled servant leadership, and as His followers, we're called to serve others in love. Look for opportunities to help those in need and reflect God's Kingdom values through your actions.

d. **Listen to God:** Cultivate a habit of listening to God's voice. He speaks to us through His Word, prayer, and the Holy Spirit. Pay attention to His guidance and obey His leading.

Ekklesia, God's Kingdom is not just a distant reality; it's a present invitation to experience His love, grace, and power in our lives. As we seek His Kingdom first and prioritize fellowship with Him, we'll discover the abundant life He has promised us. Let's commit to walking closely with God, knowing that in His presence, there is fullness of joy and eternal satisfaction.

LoveUmorethanUknow Pastor Stephan


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