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July 4. Walking With God. Gen 5:22-24. Walking with God means to obey Him, love Him and others, have faith in Him and agree with Him. There are many advantages of walking with God. He will hear and answer prayer.
Apr 12. I'll Rise Again. Mark 14:28. Jesus kept His word. He suffered and died so that we could live. He was crucified, buried and rose again the third day. We all have to die. With Jesus we do not need to fear Covid-19. Accept Jesus as Savior so that you will be ready when death comes.

Mar 15. Don’t Let God Down. Job 1:1-11. The devil tries to make you fall; God has said hold onto Him. The devil is tricky and mean; you must be rooted and rounded in God so you will not let God down. Separate yourself from the world. You cannot serve 2 masters; you cannot serve God and the world. God is depending on you. Don’t let God down. Satan will attack you materially, he will attack your family, he will attack your health, he will have your spouse to attack. Pray continually and follow the leading of the Holy Ghost so you don’t let God down. Make God proud of you. He will make a way. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your path.
Mar 8. A Good Soldier. 2 Tim 2:3. Matt 11:28.

Mar 1. Be Sure Your Sins Will Find You Out. Numbers 32:23, Joshua 7:19-20.

Feb 9. The Holy Ghost. Acts 19:1,2; John 14:26.  The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost are one. When you accept Christ as Savior you receive the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost will not dwell in an unclean place. The Holy Ghost is also the Holy Spirit. The Holy Ghost, the Spirit of God, is found in the Old and New Testament. Elisha asked for a double portion of Elijah’s spirit. The Holy Spirit was in Moses’ rod, Samson’s strength, and David’s rod and staff. The Holy Ghost found a resting place in Jesus when He was baptized. Jesus did not fall for the temptations of Satan because of the Holy Ghost.  The Holy Ghost will keep, seal, comfort, and guide you. To get the Holy Ghost, confess with your mouth and believe in our heart that God raised Jesus from the dead. Keep getting filled with the Holy Ghost. John 16:7. Life is better with the Holy Ghost!

Feb 2. His Second Coming. Rev 1:7. The sings of His coming, Matt 24:6-8. Rumors of war with Iran, Chinese virus, fires in CA and Australia, lack of drinking water in Africa, earthquake in Puerto Rica. Our scripture tells us the Christ is coming, every eye shall see Jesus at His second coming and all the kindreds of the world will wail or mourn because they rejected Him and it too late. Jesus is coming: to fulfill scripture, to seal His church, to separate the sheep from the goats, to judge the lost, to reward the Saints, for His church without spot or wrinkle. Be ready for Jesus when He comes. Get your house in order, answer the knocking at your door, He is coming as a thief in the night. Yes, Jesus is coming again, John 14:1-3, 1 Thes 4:16-17.

Jan 26. The Answer Is Knocking at Your Door. Rev 3:20. The Word of God will never pass away. Man born of a woman is of a few days and full of trouble. The Lord is knocking at your door. Trouble and trials – are you answering the knock at your door? In Revelation we have letters to seven churches. Laodicea was a lukewarm church. They had left their love. God knows your heart. He is knocking at the door of your heart. Come unto me all that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest. We need to knock on the door of others and let them know about God. When we open the door, it will make a difference in our lives. Don’t hold onto the world. Jesus died for us. Open the door and let Jesus come in. Open the door to love, joy, peace, long-suffering. Jesus is the answer.

Jan 19. Under New Management. Acts 9:10-16. Allow Jesus to manage and things will get better: marriage, job, finances. When they turned over management of the wine at the Cana wedding to Jesus they had plenty. When the disciples were in a storm and seemed about to perish, they sought new management. Jesus calmed the storm. Saul was present at the stoning of Steven. He put Christians in jail. He obtained legal permission to go to Damascus and do the same. But on his way God got Saul’s attention; he needed a new manager. Ananias was skeptical about visiting Saul, but God assured Ananias that Saul was under new management. Saul would do great things for God. Are you under new management? Seek the Lord while He can be found.

Jan 12. Get Your House In Order. 2 Kings 20:1-3. It is absolutely true that we must die. Our bodies wear out no matter how well we take care of them. God said there is a time to be born and a time to die, Eccl 3:2. Money, medicine, eating right and exercise may slow death, but they won’t stop it. The high and lowly, rich and poor, young and old, all nationalities and nations die. To set your house in order you must do it before you die. Pray, walk before God in truth, walk before God with a perfect heart, do what is good in God’s sight. To get your house in order turn to Jesus as savior.

Jan 5. His Eye Is on The Sparrow and I Know He Watches Over Me. Matthew 6: 26; Isaiah 41:10. God loves us, and He will take care of us in 2020. God feeds the fowls of the air, the young lions, and the ants. The birds do not sow but God takes care of them. God has the tools to take care of us: He is all powerful, He is everywhere at the same time, He is all knowing, God owns the cattle on a thousand hills. God has already taken care of us. God delivered us from many close calls in 2019; many we did not even realize. God is a deliverer, provider, and strengthener. God wants to take care of you, let Him: Matt 23:37; 7:7-8. God loved us so much that he gave His own Son that we might have the right to eternal life. David realized that God watched over him as a shepherd watches over the sheep: Ps 23.

Dec 29. Rev. J. Frazier. God’s Timing.
Dec 22. Rev. E. Frazier. You Are Enough.
Dec 15. No One Like Him. Acts 4:12, Phil 2:10-11

Dec 8. Rev J. Blake. The Gift of Giving. Isa 1:23, Prov 17:8. The most important aspect of giving is the motive. Some give to manipulate or receive honor. Give alms in secret and God will reward you openly. A gift requires a giver and a receiver. Before the gift is received it is just an offering; a potential gift. A gift is a mystery to the receiver until it is opened. God offered His only Son as a substitute for our punishment. The gift of God, His Son, comes with eternal life; John 3:16. John 1:12, Sons of God must walk as new creatures in Christ. Rom 8:14, Sons of God are led by God. There is a difference in being a creation and a child of God. 2 Cor 5:17, are you all new? New creatures will give up their will to have Jesus as Lord. Worship Him in Spirit and Truth.

Dec 1. You Must Be Born Again. John 3:1-3. Nicodemus was a man of authority. He was a Pharisee. They believed in resurrection, the Sadducees believed in reincarnation. As Jesus rose from the dead, we will rise when Jesus returns for us. Nicodemus came to Jesus by night because he did not want others to see him. You must be born again – a spiritual birth. If you are not born again you cannot even see the kingdom.  When you are born again: the holy spirit will lead and guide you, you will pray continually, you will have faith and love. Your life is changed, you look to God for direction, you are happy. Try to point others to the Lord. Surely, you must be born again.

Nov 24. We Have The Power. Acts 3:1-4. Acts 1:8. On the day of Pentecost they were on one accord and the Holy Ghost came. When you get on one accord, things will get done. Peter and John received the power on Pentecost. Three thousand were saved at Peter’s first sermon. We receive the Holy Ghost when we believe Jesus as Savior. Peter and John went to the temple to pray and encountered a man looking for money. Peter said they did not have silver and gold, but he would give what they had. They had the power. By the power Jesus walked on water, raised the dead, stopped the wind and waves, and saved our sinful souls. Jesus paid the price so that we could receive the power. There is power in the name of Jesus – rise up and walk. Get off your bed of sin. Jesus will put strength in your steps. Jesus can give you the power. Praise God for the power. Do your best to please God.

Nov 17. Preferred. Daniel 6:1-4. Daniel was preferred and had an excellent spirit which led him to pray 3 times a day. When God promotes you, some will try to pull you down; but trust God and pray. Those that wanted to bring Daniel down tricked the king into a decree that would make Daniel’s praying illegal. If anyone prayed to any god but the king’s god he would be thrown into a den of lions; Daniel prayed anyway, just as he had done before. Don’t just pray when you get in trouble; pray without ceasing. Trials and tribulations are coming; pray before things happen. God locked the jaws of the lions; He made them feel full. When the enemy comes God will repeal them. Daniel told the king, the God I serve is able. Thank God and tell others when God blesses you.
Nov 3. The Handwriting Is on The Wall. Daniel 5:1-6. At the beginning of their captivity Daniel and his friends separated themselves by not eating the king’s meat. Never put yourself before God. The Lord will take care of you as he did Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego through the fiery furnace. America’s handwriting is on the wall and your handwriting is on your wall. Nebuchadnezzar had a dream he could not remember: Daniel told him the dream and interpreted it. He had a second dream that foresaw him on the outside living like an animal. He finally returned to his senses and acknowledged the sovereignty of God. Years later Nebuchadnezzar’s son, Belshazzar, had a party and decided to use the vessels of God that had been taken from Jerusalem. God sees and knows all you do. America was created with the idea that all men are created equal and the motto, in god we trust. As Belshazzar partied, a hand started writing on the wall. Daniel was called in to interpret the handwriting on the wall. Daniel again had to give a bad report: ‘You have been weighed in the balance and found wanting. Tonight, your kingdom will be taken from you.’ God’s handwriting is on the wall. Trouble is all around, to turn us to God. Love the Lord with all your heart and your neighbor as yourself. Come off the stool of do nothing. Train the children to follow God. We do whatever we want to do. The handwriting is on the wall, Jesus is coming back again.

Oct 27. God is Able. Daniel 3. As God delivered Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego He is able to deliver you.
Oct 20. Dreams Daniel 2.
Oct 13. Minister J. Frazier. Are You Pleasing God?
Oct 6. Don’t Run from God. Jonah 1:1-2. If you obey God, he will supply all your needs. Instead of Jonah doing what God asked him to do, he did what he wanted to do. Jonah tried to run from the presence of God. But there is no where to flee from God’s presence, Ps 139:7-10. God cares about the sinner and the saint. When we disobey God it’s as if we are saying God does not know what He is doing. When you don’t obey God you go down, down, down, just like Jonah. God prepared a fish to get Jonah where He wanted him to be. God is able to bring you around. You cannot out run God, He has all power. Accept Jesus as Savior and stop running. Serve God, love God, obey God.

Sep 29. Rev J. Blake. Do You Hear the Call? God is an equal opportunity employer. 1 Sam 2:35. What does God want you to be? You may be good at many things but what is your calling? In Genesis 2:15 man is given a purpose. Samuel was called by God. 1 Samuel 3:1-10. The Word of God was precious. Hear the voice of God. Have an open ear to God. Samuel was about 11 years old when he heard the voice of God. Encourage our children to take part in the work of the Lord now. In all you do, honor God. No matter your occupation or position, you are never above the Lord. David as a young man killed Goliath while the men of the army were afraid and did nothing. Take a stand as did the three Hebrew boys. They determined to obey God even if it cost their life in the fiery furnace. The young man Jesus was born to set us free. He was obedient to His mother, father and to the Lord. If you hear the call, don’t run from it. Don’t focus on your short comings, focus on God.    

Sep 22. Don’t Forget God. Ps 9:17. Some of the things we forget are more important than others. We forget where we put our keys. When trouble comes we seem to forget where God has brought us. When sickness comes we seem to forget that God is a healer. When we are blessed we forget to thank God for our blessings. The children of Israel cried out to God when they were in slavery. God heard their prayer and delivered them. He gave them a miracle at the Red Sea. He fed them with manor and quails. He gave them water from a rock. But they forgot all God had done. Be careful that you don’t forget God. Pride causes some to forget God. Focusing on earthly things causes some to forget God. The wicked don’t seek God and nations that forget God shall be turned into hell. We and our nation need to repent. We need to pray. Jesus gave His life that we might live. Don’t forget God.  

Sep 15. Sinners in The Hands of an Angry God. Genesis 6:5-7. Sin is a conscious and responsive wrongdoing as seen in relationship to God. A sinner is someone that practices sin. We are all in God’s hands; and judgement is in God’s hands. God is a loving God. God is kind and generous. God is a forgiving God. God is slow to anger; but sin makes God angry. When God created man, He said it was good. But during the time of our scripture text He was sorry He had made man. When judgement comes there will be no repentance. There is no I’m sorry. There is no forgiveness. Judgement is coming. Now is the time to repent of your sins and accept the Lord as your personal savior. Put God as number one in your life. Rev 20:12-15. Don’t be found in the hands of an angry God when it comes time to die. Accept the love of Jesus who died on the cross that we might live.

Sep 8. News That’s Too Good to Keep. John 1:41-46. God saved us to go out and tell the good news to the lost. Jesus is the good news that is too good to keep.  Tell people about the goodness of Jesus; tell them that Jesus saves. Celebrate when the lost are found. God gave too much and paid too great a price for us not to share the news.  Don’t hide what God has done for you. Tell it that Jesus rose from the dead. This good news came down from heaven. Spread the good news by (1) speaking it with your mouth (2) living it so people see Jesus in you (3) following wherever Jesus leads. We walk by faith not by sight. Start with your family as Andrew did. Tell people to come and see as Nathanial did. Jesus died for our sins and rose from the dead. Jesus saves and is coming back again. Don’t keep this good news to yourself. Jesus is Good News.

Sep 1. The Devil on His Cell Phone Calling 9-1-1. Isaiah 14:12-15. We have the victory. Because of Satan sin entered the world, Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit, Cain killed his brother Able, Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed, Job was tormented by death and disease. Satan has been so successful that hell has enlarged herself, Isaiah 5:14. Satan seeks to destroy us but in Christ we have the victory. Satan tried to destroy Daniel, David, and Joseph but God delivered them. Satan tried to destroy Jesus, but God raised Jesus from the dead. Every day Satan is walking about like a roaring lion seeking to destroy us, 1 Peter 5:8. Satan is trying to keep us from heaven. But Satan will be brought down to hell to the sides of the pit. In Revelation, Satan is defeated. When Satan faces judgement, he will want to call 9-1-1 but there is no one to come to his rescue. Not God, Moses, Jesus or us. We have the victory. Rev 20:1-10. Don’t let Satan use you. Come to Jesus who died for you. Avoid Satan’s fate of everlasting punishment.

Aug 25 God Expects the Best From You. Luke 13:6-9. We are not accidents, God has a purpose for you. He has a plan and He uses us in His plan. God expects the best from us and examines our lives to see if we are bearing fruit. The Word of God hoe’s around us so we will bear fruit. God wants a garden that produces. Jesus is the gardener – He gave his life for us. He fertilizes us with the Word of God. God wants people to bear fruit – not just look good. Train our children to bear fruit. God has given you another chance to bear fruit but one day your chances will end. Stay ready because we don’t know when God will return. God expects the best. God is checking on you; are you producing fruit? God is looking for the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance, Gal 5:22,23. God expects the best from you – He gave us his best; Jesus died on the cross for us.

Aug 18 Rev. W. Thompson. Gen 13:8,9; Ps 133:1-3. God Created Us to Live Together.  David said harmony is pleasant and precious. Though we disagree it should not lead to division. Harmony gives us a foretaste of heaven. Harmony relieves tension. Ps 122:6-7, peace is more than the absence of conflict. To find real peace we must find God. John 14:27, Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Phil 4:6,7, peace that passes all understanding. John 17:11. God created us to live with others. You may have to separate but be there for each other. Intercede on behalf of your brothers. Love even if you can’t hang together. We can have a common understanding - be witnesses, 1 Cor 1:8-11. 1 Cor 3:5. Isa 11:6. Learn to love all men. Let people see Jesus in you. Release the hurt. God has greater for you.

Aug 11 How To Decide What’s Important – Priorities. Matt 22:36-38. A shopping list will help keep you from spending time and money on the wrong foods.  We need to feed our spiritual bodies with the fruit of the Spirit, Gal 5:22-23. Most do not set priorities or do not live by the priorities they set.  We can determine what is important by knowing what is important to God. What are the priorities for life? It’s all in the Book. Our first priority is to love God; Matt 22:36-36. We should love men even if they don’t love us; Heb 13:1,2.  Make it a priority to follow Jesus; Matthew 16:24,25. Make it a priority to keep the promises you have made to God. Make your priorities match God’s priorities.  

Aug 3 The Eagle Stirs Her Nest. Deu 32:11-13. We can see God in the eagle. God is swift: God had released Peter from jail while the church was still praying. God has extraordinary sight: God can see the frown behind the smile on your face. God is strong: thousands can lean on Him at the same time. Sometimes God has to push us out of our comfort zone. When God disturbs our nest, we begin to pray again.  Our souls will soar when God releases us from this mortal body.

July 28. Jesus must be the Center of Your Life. Philippians 2:10-11. John 1:1-5. Our focus should be on Jesus. We focus on too many things that distract us. The church focused on Jesus will be on one accord. Put Jesus first and forward of all we do. No weapon formed against us shall prosper. God will supply your every need when Jesus is the center of your life. Knowing this allows us to focus on Jesus. Ask, seek, and knock. Be good stewards of what God gives you. Focus on Jesus morning, noon, evening and night. The devil tries to warp your mind. Keep your mind on Jesus: love, forgive, let your light shine. Present your body as a living sacrifice. Seek the Lord. Call on Him. We don’t know when death will come but when it does you want Jesus as the center of your life.

July 21. Spiritually Broken. Min E Frazier. Ps 51. To be spiritually broken is to be crushed over sin. In Christ we are new creatures. David sought the Lord in his brokenness, but he had to suffer the consequences. 2 Cor 7:10, God wants us to be spiritually broken. There is a lack of remorse over sin in this world. God desires a broken and contrite heart. Benefits of being spiritually broken: draws us closer to God; Makes us pursue God’s presence; Shows us how desperately we need Jesus Ps 34:18. God works in your brokenness; He is preparing you for greater. No matter how low you are, if you become spiritually broken the Lord will pull you up and out. Draw nearer to God and He will draw nearer to you. Then walk with Him; being spiritually broken is the beginning.

July 14. Dr. Mathis-Wisseh. Succeeding. Walk in the Light. Priscilla brought her husband to the Lord. Lydia was a seeking woman. Deborah shows us that leadership comes from character. Be the backbone of your husband and children. God prepares you for what you go through. Leave an exemplary life before your children. We all have a divine purpose. Stump Satan and lift Jesus. Phyllis Whitney, Harriet Tubman, Mary McLeod Bethune are examples for us. God has a plan for you. Move when God tells you to love. Jer 29:11, we are fearfully and wonderfully made.

June 30. Rev. E. Wade. Jud 13:1-5; 1 Sam 1:2-11. Samuel and Samson. Stay-In. Samson was to be a Nazarite, separated unto the Lord. Samuel’s mother promised to give him back to God. One stayed in the church and one strayed away. Parents keep your children in church. For our children to continue to grow: teach them, pray for them, be good examples for them. Eli was continually teaching Samuel even while his sons were going astray. Be with your children so you know what is going on. Parents come to church and keep your children in the house of God. Pray fervently. Make sure your children know who He is, let them know you want them to know God. Though Samson strayed God avenged him and he won the victory in the end. Stay in the church.

June 23. Matt 16:13-18. A Church The Devil Can’t Handle. Jesus did not say the devil would not try to handle (control, manipulate) but that he would not prevail. The church is a living organism, is fed by the Word of God and is the body and bride of Christ. The devil can’t handle the church because it can’t handle Jesus. With Jesus in us the devil can’t handle us. To win the battle, keep your eyes on Jesus, keep God’s Word, have the attitude of Christ and put God first. No weapon formed against us shall prosper. Have faith in Jesus who gives us the victory.

June 16. Lk 15:11-18. Go to Your Father. Don't be too quick to leave your father.
The father no doubt was looking everyday for his son to return. Father God is waiting on us to come back home.

June 9. Matt 1:21. Fulfilling your Purpose. We are here for a purpose. Daniel, Joseph, and Jesus all had a purpose. Love one another: Jesus showed us how to love; He asked God to forgive those who crucified Him. Love the Lord with all our heart, mind, and soul and your neighbor as yourself. Our purpose, like Jesus, is to obey the Lord. He wanted to make His Father well-pleased. Who are you trying to please? Jesus submitted to baptism to set an example for the world. God announced at that time that He was well-pleased with Jesus; Matt 3:13-17. The Devil will try to keep you from fulfilling your purpose. Satan tempted Jesus after 40 days and nights of fasting, Matt 4:3-10. Resist the Devil with the Word of God. To fulfill our purpose, stay in the Word. Your purpose is found in the Word. Sometimes you will need encouragement. In Matt 17:1-5 we see Jesus receiving encouragement from Moses and Elijah. Be steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord. Are you fulfilling your purpose? Praise the Lord. Jesus laid down his life and picked it up again to save us and fulfill His purpose.

June 2. Matt 7:24-27. If I Could Do It All Over Again. We have done foolish things and wouldn’t it be good if we could do it all over again. Differences between the wise and foolish: The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, the foolish fear nothing; the wise learn from the mistakes of others, the foolish learn from no one’s mistakes; the wise prepare for the worse yet hope for the best, the foolish does not prepare at all; A wise son maketh a glad father: but a foolish son is the heaviness of his mother; The way of a fool is right in his own eyes: but he that hearkeneth unto counsel is wise; The foolish find joy in doing evil, The wise follow the commands of God and that makes them wiser than their enemies. Our scripture tells us of the difference in being wise and foolish. Two possible foundations: the solid rock of Jesus or the sinking sands of life without Jesus. We have a chance to start all over again by accepting Jesus as Savior.

May 26. Rev Blake.  John 1:1. Love.

May 19. Rev E. Wade. Eph 6:10-17. We have to be obedient to God to succeed. God gives us His best; give God your best. Let those on the outside see Jesus in us. Build one another up. Faith and God protect us when we are tempted to doubt.  But on the armor of God. God gives us the gospel of peace. We have the helmet of God by believing in God. The breastplate of righteousness- good, honest, standing up for the weaker ones. Gently help people to grow with us. The belt of truth keeps us from giving into the world. God’s word is our offensive weapon. The Holy Spirit helps us see our wrong; correct it and turn it around. Put God first in all things. Always strive for the best. Arm yourself with the Spirit of God.

May12.  Ps 103:22, 104:1. A Call to Gratitude. Be grateful for all God does: the dangers you overcame, the fears that never happened, the narrow escapes, the answered prayers. Children of all ages, be grateful for your mother. Be grateful for a praying mother, one that sets a good example, one that believes in you when no one else does, that disciplined you, that taught you to obey, that taught you about God. 1 Kings 4. Be grateful that God cares for us even better than a mother.

May 5. We Have Security in Jesus. Ps 91. No matter what happens, God is there and we have no reason to fear. Put your trust in God. The devil sets traps for you, but the Lord will deliver you. Praise God for being our refuse. Live in the truth-it is our shield. The shield of faith will block the fiery darts of the wicked. All around the wicked fall but you stand because you praise God. Trust in the Lord with all your heart, mine, and soul. We have security in Jesus.

Apr 28. He’s Coming Back. Acts 1:8-11. Jesus died, rose, and ascended. We must do more than believe. Faith without works is dead. Deny yourself. Get ready because Jesus is coming back. Do not do anything that will keep you away from Jesus. The devil never quits so keep holding onto Jesus. John 14. Where Jesus is, we will be. Jesus is the way to the Father. Do what He says to do. When Jesus comes back every eye will see Him, and every tongue will confess Him. Seek the Lord while He may be found. Jesus is a friend. Live so people see Jesus in you. Jesus left on a cloud and is coming back. God is unique in giving us what we need and what we ask for. God is able and He is coming back again.

Apr 21. The Miracle on Calvary. Luke 23:33-43. Jesus worked many miracles when He walked this earth. On Calvary He gave us all the opportunity for eternal life. God still loves. Ask Jesus to remember you. No matter what you have done you can call on Jesus. Jesus is ready to give you a place with Him. Thank God that He rose. To God be the Glory.

Apr 14. The Lord Needs You. Mark 11:1-4. God who created everything, that owns everything and everyone, wants to use us. The Lord wants us to love and forgive one another, to be holy, to compel men to come to Him. Do exactly what God tells you to do. The Lord can use whoever or whatever He pleases: a fish for taxes, a rooster to condemn Peter, a raven to feed Elijah, a spider to save David, a colt to ride triumphantly into Jerusalem. The Lord wants to use you but don’t think He can’t get along without you. Let Jesus ride in your life and He will take away the sinful habits. Let God use your hands, feet, mouth, everything; surrender all to the Lord.

Apr 7. When A Man Finds God. 1 Sam 1:4-18. God knows what is in your heart. Learn to pray for yourself. Give your children back to God. God protected Samuel. Samuel heard the call of God. Do what God wants you to do not what you want. The Holy Spirit will lead you. When you find God your whole attitude changes. You are a new creature. You can forgive. You can get along with anyone. You love. You don’t worry, because God will supply all you need.