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Beautiful Savior (feat. Bryan Popin)

Beautiful Savior (feat. Bryan Popin) · Tasha Page-Lockhart · Bryan Popin The Beautiful Project ℗ 2017 Fo Yo Soul Recordings and RCA Inspiration, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. Associated Performer: Tasha Page-Lockhart feat. Bryan Popin

 

[Verse 1: Tasha Page Lockhart]
You have rescued me
Completely set me free
And I am Yours
Yes, I am Yours
Was lost but now I’m found
Blind but now I see
And You never
You never gave up on me

[Pre-Chorus 1]
And oh, how You love me
And oh, how I love You

[Chorus: Bryan Popin & Tasha Page Lockhart]
‘Cause there is no one like You
My beautiful Savior
There is no one like our God
No, there is no one quite like You
You are holy
And there’s no one like our God
No one like You
No one like You

[Verse 2: Tasha Page Lockhart]
You have rescued us
Completely set us free
And we are Yours
Yes, we are Yours
Was lost but now we’re found
Blind but now we see
And You never
Never gave up on us
[Pre-Chorus 2]
And oh, how You love us
And oh, how we love You

[Chorus 2: Bryan Popin & Tasha Page Lockhart]
‘Cause there is no one like You
My beautiful Savior
There is no one like our God
No, there is no one quite like You
You are holy
And there’s no one like our God
No one like You

[Tag]
No one like You
No one like You

[Chorus 3: Bryan Popin & Tasha Page Lockhart]
There is no one like You
Beautiful Savior
There is no one like our God
No, there is no one quite like You
You are holy
And there’s no one like our God
There is no one like our God
[Outro]
No one like You

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Preach The Word Be Ready In Season And Out Of Season

2 Timothy 4:2 (NKJV) - 2 Timothy 4:2 NKJV - Preach the word! Be… | Biblia

Be ready in season and out of season. —2 Timothy 4:2
Many of us suffer from the unbalanced tendency to “be ready” only “out of season.” The season does not refer to time; it refers to us. This verse says, “Preach the Word! Be ready in season and out of season.” In other words, we should “be ready” whether we feel like it or not. If we do only what we feel inclined to do, some of us would never do anything.

There are some people who are totally unemployable in the spiritual realm. They are spiritually feeble and weak, and they refuse to do anything unless they are supernaturally inspired. The proof that our relationship is right with God is that we do our best whether we feel inspired or not.

One of the worst traps a Christian worker can fall into is to become obsessed with his own exceptional moments of inspiration. When the Spirit of God gives you a time of inspiration and insight, you tend to say, “Now that I’ve experienced this moment, I will always be like this for God.” No, you will not, and God will make sure of that. Those times are entirely the gift of God.

You cannot give them to yourself when you choose. If you say you will only be at your best for God, as during those exceptional times, you actually become an intolerable burden on Him. You will never do anything unless God keeps you consciously aware of His inspiration to you at all times.

If you make a god out of your best moments, you will find that God will fade out of your life, never to return until you are obedient in the work He has placed closest to you, and until you have learned not to be obsessed with those exceptional moments He has given you.

Conclusion: The word translated “preach” is the Greek word keyroxon, which simply means “publish or proclaim openly.” When Paul tells Timothy to preach the Word, the idea of a formal setting behind a pulpit or in a church service is not present. Nor does it connote a certain style of speech—“preaching” vs. “teaching” vs. “normal conversation.” In the context of 2 Timothy, any presentation of the truth of God’s Word is “preaching.” Therefore, any Christian can and should do this.