We’re back this week continuing the Kingdom Clout series with part two, “The Father Saw (When You Feel Invisible). The worship time this week included singing “Breakthrough”, “Never Lost“, a MLK tribute, and finished with singing “Love Won’t Give Up” and “Waymaker“.
Pastor Steven was in the house this week with part two of the series; my notes read:
- Matthew 6:1-4
- There’s a difference between what people see and what God sees.
- Often, the greatest proof that you’re doing good in God’s sight is that you’re taken for granted in people’s sight.
- In the Kingdom, what is unseen is often what is most significant.
- People will celebrate a gift rather than character.
- Your Father saw who left you and abandoned you and mistreated you. Your reward is with the Lord.
- What’s going to happen when the people you live to please no longer pay attention to you?
- You can care about people, but don’t be controlled by them.
- The Father saw the tears you cried while you were waiting because you wouldn’t compromise yourself to fit in.
- Celebrate the unseen, because what you see isn’t always what’s most significant.
- Since the enemy can’t defeat you, he will always try to distract or discourage you.
- He [the enemy] wants to distract you so you crash, or discourage you so you quit.
- It’s knowing that the Father saw that enables you to get your focus back.
- A lot of times the things that you can’t measure are the things that matter most.
- Luke 15:11-20
- The Father sees you through the finished work of Jesus Christ; He saw all the things you were going to do and He forgave you before you even did them.
- Do you have the faith to celebrate what you can’t see?
- God sees Himself in you.
- You can’t count the hairs on someone’s head unless you’re close to them, but God knows how many hairs are on your head. He sees you. He’s close to you.
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