1 Cor 14:40 Let all things be done decently and in order.
Management will tie our previous lesson on purpose, work, and vision together. Let all things, powerful words there brotha's, we're born with a purpose, with a vision, an work, then God told us to manage our lives in decency. In other words decency means great quality. Order means direction, or instructions to lead in a proper satisfactory way. This was a command. Not a suggestion, but a command. Being that we (men) are the foundation of God's Kingdom on earth, we must know that is why the churchs are full with hats and skirts "nonthreateing to the devil", because if the men come back to the garden of Eden (aka the church) then he loose man because any man seeking God's face has to have or want these four qualities that pulls him from the devil and places him in the presence of the Lord. That's why we have to be great managers of the things God gave us. You can measure your success of this topic by looking over the thing which you possess in your life today. Inch by inch we have to strive to manage all we have so God can expand our territories.
Prayer: Lord heavenly Father thank you for this day, as we go forth to regain our self controlled, our male image and masculinity, we call on you the author and finisher of our faith. We ask not for more materialistic things, but for more wisdom to know what to do with the many blessing you have already given us. I seek to bring true men of God back into the Garden, there we may build and seek God's face hand in hand as brotha' , father's and husbands. I pray that you renew our mind and send forth the visions of your tomorrow's and wash away the pains of yesterday as joy cometh today. I love my brotha's an I petition for your grace an mercy to surround us, keep us steady fast looking on high from whence all our help comes. Father touch the sick, shut in, and the prison walls, keep them Lord. In Yahweh Amen.
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