Today Is Monday

Today is MonMondayday. The second day of the week is a great day because it is the day after the first day of the week. On the first day the saints of God worshiped the Almighty with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs. They fellowship in the union of the one Body. The prayers of righteous priests were sweet incense to the Father above. Remembrance was given for the sacrifice of God’s only begotten Son on a cross of wood. The mind of God was revealed through teaching and preaching the word of God from holy pages of writ. Spirit filled people begin Monday with a new determination to the work in the vineyard of the Lord. We do not shrink back nor walk on cautioned paths but lead forth victoriously to a great week of changing the world where we are with the fragrance of Jesus Christ. Our banners fly high in our homes. Our faith is seen in the work place. Our families are examples of the grace of God living through the communion of the Holy Spirit. We stand boldly before a perverse generation of those opposed to righteousness. The victory is ours as we serve the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. This week the battle cry comes from the charge of Nehemiah who proclaimed his allegiance to the work of God. “And I told them of the hand of my God which had been good upon me, and also of the king’s words that he had spoken to me. So they said, ‘Let us rise up and build.’ Then they set their hands to this good work” (Nehemiah 2:18). Tell the world how the hand of God is upon you. Rise up and build this week for the harvest is white. Let us all set our hands to the task of the good work of Jesus Christ.

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