BE A PART OF THE COVENANT FAMILY BY PROPHET NANASEI OPOKU-SARKODIE
The Potters Guide
Prophet Nanasei Opoku Sarkodie
THURSDAY APRIL 18
BE A PART OF THE COVENANT FAMILY
He was in the world, and the world was made by him, and the world knew him not. He came unto his own, and his own received him not.
But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.
When Arsenal is playing against Chelsea and you wear either an Arsenal jersey or a Chelsea jersey, it does not make you a part of the selected eleven. In the same way, if you dress and come to sit in church, it does not make you a Christian.
If you are not part of the covenant, you are deceiving yourself. Do not stay outside the covenant and pretend to be a Christian because satan does not care about you coming to church; he is concerned about your relationship with Christ.
What threatens him is not being a church member but being a member of the covenant family.
A lot of people go to church and think that they will go to heaven. Do not deceive yourself because satan also goes to church – “And the children of God presented themselves before God and satan was also there” (Job 1:6) – The other angels did not know that satan was with them because he was wearing the same garment as them. It was God who knew that satan was also present at the meeting.
When you come to church, we may not see that you are not a Christian but God sees you. If you are not a member of the covenant family, it is not too late, Jesus is ready to receive you. If you were a member and have now backslidden, it is not too late for you too; rise up again and continue your walk with Jesus.
• Pray and ask God to help you stay under His covenant forever. (John 1:12)
• You thinking that you are a Christian does not necessarily make you a Christian because being born in a garage does not make you a car.
• Revelation 3:20, John 14:6
1 YEAR BIBLE READING:
• 2 Samuel 3-5 and Luke 14:25-35