Evvie McKinney – Just Like God (Audio)

 

Official Audio Only for “Just Like God” by Evvie McKinney Get the song here: https://EvvieMcKinney.lnk.to/JustLike… Subscribe to Evvie McKinney’s Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/evviemckinney

 

Here we go, another day
Got work to do, ends to make
But I’m just thankful for what I’ve got
I’ve been down to dollar one
But I know where my help comes from
Right on time, ain’t that just like God

I see blessings, falling out of nowhere
And I’m thinking ain’t that just like God
Ain’t that just like God
The world is changing, but Your love holds me steady
And I’m thinking ain’t that just like God
Whoah ain’t that just like God

I’ve had sunny days
When people try, throwin shade
And I’ve had to hide the tears I cry
They say sticks and stones may break your bones
And words don’t hurt your soul
And even though the scars are deep
I pray the Lord, my soul, to keep

Miracle after miracle somehow

Jesus Sufficiency

Demonstration of the Spirit | Living in The Spirit

For I determined not to know anything among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified.

The very first commandment instructs us to have no other gods before the one true God. In our culture, though, many turn aside to worship the idol of self. Many sacrifice to the idol of significance. We thirst for status and to be known. We seek greatness – but from small motivations. Significance seeks to make our names known.

God is calling us back to a “Jesus sufficiency.” Like the apostle Paul, we must determine to know nothing except Jesus Christ and Him crucified. Out of His great love for us, He laid down His life so we could find life in Him. There, we find our value and our worth.

His will becomes our priority. We must deny ourselves, take up our crosses, and lose our lives for the sake of Jesus and His gospel. Our death to self brings life to others. In His kingdom economy, those who desire to be first will be a servant to all (Mark 9:35).

He calls us to sacrifice…not significance. Sacrifice seeks to make His name known. When we make Christ known, we share the one thing that we have to offer a hurting world. Nothing of ourselves will ease their suffering, deliver them from evil, or promise hope for tomorrow. We only have Jesus. And He is more than enough.

Blessing: Heavenly Father, may I never have any other god before You. May nothing else ever compete for Your place in my heart. May I find all the recognition and significance that I need in You. May no sacrifice be too great to make You known. In the name of Jesus…amen.