Empowered Youth Magazine - - FRONT PAGE - By Apos­tle Romeo

It's a time of fam­ily, it's a sea­son of spend­ing time with fam­ily and friends, so what gets it to be great, it's not the name or the ti­tle De­cem­ber but the ac­tiv­i­ties found in it, the de­light we share to­gether in .This great time, the moods we have in it. Gen­e­sis 7: 1. The Lord then said to Noah, "Go into the ark, you and your whole fam­ily, be­cause I have found you right­eous in this gen­e­sis. GOD spoke to Noah ABOUT sav­ing him and his fam­ily. So GOD knew that even though Noah was right­eous alone, he can't live with­out fam­ily... so GOD had to save his fam­ily so the sake of him.

Mean­ing GOD knew Noah with­out fam­ily he was not com­plete, but the pres­ence of his own fam­ily it brought com­plete­ness in his life, child of GOD, yes u want to achieve your dreams, yes u want to get mar­ried, yes u need a job But never for­get your own fam­ily, joy brought by your fam­ily it sweet to your spirit, it heal­ing to your soul, to see your par­ents HAPPY, to see your sis­ters HAPPY it a heal­ing to your mind. How GOD spoke to Abra­ham for The 1st time Gen­e­sis 12: 1. The Lord had said to Abram, "Go from your coun­try, your peo­ple and your fa­ther's house­hold to the land I will show you. Here GOD was call­ing him to leave his own fam­ily so he can go to a land of GOD or go to his own des­tiny Abra­ham re­sponded to the call of

GOD Gen­e­sis 12: 5. He took his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot, all the pos­ses­sions they had ac­cu­mu­lated and the peo­ple they had ac­quired in Har­ran, and they set out for the land of Canaan, and they ar­rived there... Af­ter Abra­ham heard the voice of GOD, he took his wife Sarai and his nephew Lot so he can ful­fil the call­ing of GOD.

But why Abra­ham he never went alone be­cause he un­der­stood that the pres­ence of fam­ily it the pres­ence of joy .I need to be happy while serv­ing GOD, I need my wife. I need my nephew. So he took his own fam­ily in or­der for him to ful­fil his call­ing, ca­reer with joy 2 Corinthi­ans 7: 5. For when we came into Mace­do­nia, we had no rest, but we were ha­rassed at ev­ery turn—con­flicts on the out­side, fears within. 6. But God, who com­forts the down­cast, com­forted us by the com­ing of Ti­tus. Apos­tle Paul was cry­ing, he was in tears, ha­rassed and abused by peo­ple., but when GOD an­swered his prayers he never brought mir­a­cle money or an­gels, but he brought his own friend, his own spir­i­tual son called Ti­tus... and the bible says the com­ing of Ti­tus it was com­fort to Paul, he felt LOVE, he felt joy over his sit­u­a­tion

Some of you, your prob­lems they don't need money or beers but they need a rec­on­cil­i­a­tion with your own mother, fa­ther and your own friends. You need to learn to for­give, this De­cem­ber it fam­ily time, you need to ex­pe­ri­ence the love of fam­ily, the joy of been in the pres­ence of your fam­ily and friends. So don't be alone spend time with fam­ily

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