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God’s Favor Means You’ve Got a Mission in Life

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La faveur de Dieu signifie que tu as une mission dans la vie pour accomplir!

Cet article est la deuxième dans la série. Le premier était sur trois choses qui peuvent t’aider vivre la faveur de Dieu.

Voici ce dont nous avons parlé dans cet article:

  • D’abord, saches que tu es le temple de l’Esprit de Dieu. Cela signifie que tu dois honorer Dieu au travers de ce que tu es.
  • Deuxièmement, donnes à Dieu le siège de Moïse.
  • Enfin, invites le Saint Esprit dans ta vie quotidienne.

Ces trois étapes sont pour t’aider à découvrir la faveur de Dieu dans la vie.

Maintenant, il y a beaucoup plus à faire, et que nous apprenons encore de Luc 4: 16-21.

Regardons l’histoire elle-même, surface que je veux attirer votre attention sur quatre choses.

  1. Jésus lit l’Ecriture du jour. Puis, il dit à tout monde que ce qu’ils l’ont entendu lire a été accompli ce jour.
    Le début de l’Écriture commence avec “l’Esprit du Seigneur est sur moi.»
  2. Ensuite, il y a cette phrase “Il m’a oint pour …”
  3. Enfin, tu lis le but d’être oint, lequel est de proclamer.

“Proclamer” est ce que vous faites après que vous ayez fait les trois choses dont nous avons parlé dans l’étude précédente:

  • D’abord, saches que tu es le temple de l’Esprit de Dieu. Ce qui signifie que tu dois honorer Dieu avec tout ce que tu es.
  • Deuxièmement, donnes à Dieu le siège de Moïse.
  • Enfin, invites le Saint Esprit dans votre vie quotidienne.

En faisant la prière ci-dessus, cela te mettra en action, et c’est ce que le reste d’Écriture nous présente.

Bien sûr, Dieu Oint Jésus et le remplit de l’Esprit du Seigneur pour le dessein de Dieu.

Regarde cette Vidéo (en Anglais)

Luc 4 vient d’Isaïe 61. C’est au sujet de Jésus Christ. C’est aussi a propos de Jésus Christ qui était venu pour nous afin qu’Esaïe 61 s’accomplisse pour toi et moi.

Tout comme Dieu a oint Jésus comme le Christ, maintenant Dieu te oint aussi pour une mission spécifique sur terre.Click To Tweet

Le mot « oint » signifie que Dieu:

  1. t’a béni(e).
  2. t’a consacré(e).
  3. t’a mis(e) à part pour la mission de Dieu.

Qu’est ce que l’action de “proclamer” signifie pour toi et moi?

I know “to proclaim” may mean many things. But, I’m going to list four as follows:

  1. You’re anointed to declare and announce.
  2. You’re anointed to bring.
  3. You’re anointed to show.
  4. You’re anointed to preach.

All the above list four actions that come with the phrase “to proclaim.”

Now, what do you have to proclaim? In other words, what do you have to declare, announce, bring, show and preach?

In the case of Jesus the Christ (Messiah), the four gospels tell us what He declared, announced, brought, showed and preached.

For example, Jesus did a lot of miracles. John, the person who wrote the gospel according to John, said once this about that:

Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written. John 21: 27, ESV.

That was how Jesus declared, announced, brought, showed and preached when He was here on earth.

Here’s the content God calls us to announce, declare, bring, show and preach.

First, it’s about God’s Kingdom

God’s Kingdom requires repentance. In other words, God’s Kingdom consists of embracing God’s lifestyle.

God’s Kingdom is a change of belief systems. We let go of our own beliefs and choose to have faith in Jesus Christ alone.

God’s Kingdom means allowing God to reign in our lives. It is to do what we talked about in our previous study. 1) Honor God through our bodies (and mind, soul, and spirit), 2)give the seat of Moses back to God, and 3)inviting the Holy Spirit in our daily living.

Second, it’s about God’s Freedom

Jesus Christ came to set us free. It’s freedom from our sinful nature.

God’s freedom from the evil one (Satan, etc.). No evil powers will triumph over you anymore. 

God’s freedom is from anything that’s preventing us from becoming who God has created us to be.

Third, it’s about the Recovery of sight

Jesus Christ came to help us “see.” The recovery of sight relates to the re-discovering our true identity.

The recovery of sight refers to the re-discovering of our real potential (gifts and talents). We will know with clarity the resources God has invested in our lives. These may be skills, gifts, talents and even people. 

The recovery of sight places us on the right paths. Not only shall we know what way to take, but also the different destinations we want to be in life. 

Last, it’s about God’s favor

God’s favor is that we’re now children of the Almighty God.

God’s favor is that God has given you now the ability to be just like Jesus Christ.

God’s favor is that God has empowered you to live as Jesus Christ lived. That means you can love and serve just as Jesus did when He was here on earth.

God’s favor implies that God has made you God’s ambassador where you may be right now. You are the salt of the earth and the light of the world in your community where you live, at work, school, and everywhere else you go.

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Bringing it together

God’s Kingdom, God’s freedom, the recovery of sight and God’s favor aren’t things that you only have to declare and announce.

They are things you should bring to people. They are things you should show to others. These are things we should also preach and teach about, not only in Church but wherever we may be in life.

As God’s ambassadors, we should allow people, in your life, to experience all the above. The Year of the Lord’s favor isn’t only something we experience ourselves. It’s God’s mandate for you to announce, declare, bring, show and preach it to others.

Emmanuel T Naweji
Emmanuel Naweji is a husband and father. He has been a Christian since when he was a teenager. His passion is to help people find clarity and gain confidence to succeed at everything they do in life. He fulfills his passion and calling as a Pastor, Coach, Speaker, and Blogger.
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