Apostle Sunday Letter
Greetings in the Matchless Name of our Lord Jesus Christ by whom we have received grace and apostleship for obedience of faith amongst all nations.
Today is the last Sunday of the year 2018. We have a lot to be grateful for. This is a day to give God heartfelt appreciation and thanksgiving for taking you throughout the year with all your many testimonies.
Think about it for a moment. There are many things that looked impossible that you achieved in 2018. All by the grace of God. There were opportunities that came your way that facilitated the speed of your progress. Thank God for that.
There were unforgettable victories in 2018 that without God’s help would have overwhelmed you but God came through and put you over. Think about times when certain individuals sought your downfall or your demise and God lifted you up instead. Thank God for that.
Thank Him for your health, for His provision, His protection and His covering all year round. It’s worth praising Him for. Thank Him for the fact that you are alive, your children are alive, your parents are alive etc. There’s so much to be grateful for.
Gratitude is the heartfelt expression of appreciation to God the Father for what He has done, what He is doing and what you expect Him to do. Whatever you are grateful for is what God increases. Gratitude is the recognition of God’s involvement in your life. It is bragging on God’s faithfulness.
God blesses grateful people. God favors grateful people. Ingratitude is one of the greatest hindrances to the success and progress of many. Being ungrateful is telling God you don’t need Him. It is beating your chest that you are a self-made man or woman. That is an affront to God and attracts divine retribution.
Learn to give God thanks for every little thing He does for you, for every little progress you made. Thanksgiving is an application for more. It makes room for the greatest acts of God. Make up your mind to be a grateful person. This will establish you on path of unending success and victory. Start thanking God. Selah
Your Servant in Christ,
David Wale Feso