Bryan Jarrett - March 1, 2020

Divine Order and The Supernatural Power of “First Things”

Are you calibrating your entire life by the metrics of Jesus? Is He the fuel that drives the engine of your life? Or has life become so full of everything else that he’s been pushed off to the side, becoming an afterthought? If he’s become an afterthought, that’s not wrong just because it grieves Him; in the end, it keeps you from experiencing your best life. Last weekend, we briefly looked at the promise Jesus made in Matthew 6: But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. - Matthew 6:33 NIV Here’s the promise: The very things we’re chasing that have displaced God from a place of priority in our life will eventually come to us in the right way, at the right time, and bring more fulfillment, that is, if we seek Him and His kingdom FIRST. There is an “order” that shows honor. And when you get the order right, it unlocks supernatural blessings. You’re going to be tempted over the next few minutes to minimize this conversation as one of those “been there, done that, got the T-shirt” …things. It’s not. When you hear the word “priorities,” you assume this is that same tired old conversation. It’s not. We are having a conversation about Divine Order and the promised blessings and supernatural favor that come when you calibrate your life around that Divine Order. It is more than Pastor Bryan “talking AT you” for the next 40 minutes, telling you to get your priorities straight. We want you to see this for YOUR sake and possibly see in this way for the first time. There is divine potential for your life when you honor God with “First Things” in every area of your life. You’ll see a pattern. You will see a Divine principle that God has promised to honor. This message is titled: Divine Order and The Supernatural Power of “First Things.”

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