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THE JOY OF OBEDIENCE ============== Luke 5:1-11 We read in Luke 5 that Peter had spent his night as he usually did—fishing—but didn’t catch anything. He was surely tired, frustrated, and ready to go home. However, Jesus asked to borrow his boat in order to preach to the crowd. Peter knew there were other boats around, but Jesus asked for his. When Jesus finished speaking to the crowd, He told Peter to spread the nets again. The fisherman replied, “Master, we worked hard all night and caught nothing, but I will do as You say” (Luke 5:5). Peter’s obedience led to nets that overflowed with fish. By saying yes to the Lord’s plan, he experienced both material and spiritual blessings. The benefits far outweighed any effort or inconvenience. God’s requests can come at inopportune moments or when we least expect them. We may be tempted to let someone else respond, thinking that it won’t matter who answers His call. But God’s plans are always for our spiritual good (Jer. 29:11). Obeying God—even in the areas where we feel knowledgeable and skilled enough to handle matters ourselves—is essential to enjoying His rewards and extending them to others. What is Jesus asking of you? Have a graceful, blessed and spirit filled day.We Love you and always want you to prosper in Jesus Mighty Name Apostle Dr and Mrs Oteng Global Harvest Ministries Worldwide GHM United kingdom City of Refuge

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First Floor, 100-114 Loampit Vale, Lewisham. SE13 7SN.

 

Opposite: Esso Petrol Station/Tesco Express

 

5 minutes walk from Lewisham Train Station

Buses: 436, 136, 321, 21 and all buses to Lewisham station

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