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Message of the Day: A Shift In Priorities.

But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you.” (Matthew 6:33, NKJV)

People who come to know the Lord and were welcomed to the kingdom of God should make a paradigm shift. They should not view the material things as others view it. Those who do not know God worry about their material needs, they are anxious. Their priorities are temporal things.

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We believers must shift from seeking temporal things to prioritizing God’s Kingdom and righteousness. All our needs are taken care of by God. He knows what we need and he is more than willing to provide them for us.

Therefore, we have no reason to be anxious about those things. We can now devote our precious time for the advancement of his kingdom, lead other people to it and seek first to be righteous.


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