Princiology - The God of New Beginning

The God of New Beginning Part 2 – Keep Pressing

6. New Name:

God is a master in changing names and destinies. There was a man in the Bible who had a negative name, but God intervened. God changed the name of Jacob to Israel, He changed Abram to Abraham and Sarai to Sarah. He can change your name to something better, richer and more glorious in Him.

7. A New Man:

Jesus in you changes all things; your way of thinking, point of view, reaction to situations and challenges, priorities, programmes etc. This all is needed to make a new man.

8. A New Heaven and a New Earth:

This world we live in is corrupted and fading away. Things are getting costlier by the day as our everyday-used resources run into extinction. Nevertheless, Jesus has promised us a new Heaven and a New Earth, where we shall live with him in surplus, harmony and love.


1. Stop Making Excuses:

A person that is trusting God to do new things must stop making excuses. Jeremiah 1:5. In Exodus, Moses made a lot of excuses, none was genuine to God. Get up and fulfil your destiny.

2. Start Acting in faith:

Mark 9: 29_ ‘…be unto you according to your faith.’ You must start acting beyond what you see with your physical eyes, if you want a new beginning. The book of Hebrews tells us that faith calls those things that are not as though they were.

3. Work in Obedience:

If you want God to do new things in your life, you have to obey and listen to God. Don’t be stubborn, pay your tithe, pay your offering, dont be unrighteous, stop being adamant. Obedience is a fundamental aspect of faith.

4. Love God With all Your Hearth:

King David was one of the people that loved God dearly. All that mattered to him was what pleased God. Little wonder, he was called a man after God’s own hearth. How do you know you love God? Very simple. The Bible tells us that if you love God you will keep his commandments.

5. Be a true Worshipper:

God seek only those that will serve in truth and his spirit. The first verse of the book of Romans chapter 12 tells us to offer ourselves as living sacrifices, holy and acceptable unto God. This in fact, is our reasonable service.

Pst. Julius Olaposi (WJALC)

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