Psalm 103:2 say’s Praise the LORD, my soul, and forget not all his benefits.
Being a part of a group or company that gives us benefits is a great thing. When we chose which insurance company that will work for us we have the assurance that when things go wrong the benefits in which we have paid into will be there to assist us in our time. If we become members of Sam’s Club then we know that we get the benefit of buying in bulk for a reasonable price.
When we sign up for a credit card we have that benefit of knowing that we earn points towards traveling. The whole reason as to why we even join these groups or organizations is because of the perks we receive. And who doesn’t like perks, right?
This morning I want to talk to you about the benefits of serving the Lord. When you became a Christian you probably didn’t know what you inherited? There are many benefits that we immediately came into the day we said yes to the Lord. Here is a few of the benefits that we receive and we are never to forget His benefits.
Come, let it redirect your wayward gaze “turn my eyes from looking at worthless things, and give me life in your ways” (Psalm 119:37). God will soothe our discouraged hearts, He will fill us with hope, He will reassure us during our pain, He will give you eternal life, He will give you grace and mercy, love and peace, He will provide and heal you. His benefits go on and on and we don’t have to pay into the membership because Jesus paid it all. All we must do is to desire to have a personal relationship with Him.
Maybe you’re not feeling as though you have hope I want you to know that Jesus has everything that your soul needs and His benefits never ceases to stop.
Having a relationship with Jesus Christ is the best thing that has ever happen to me I can truly say “membership has its privileges. Don’t get me wrong I have my share of oppositions and disappointments just like anyone else, I am not exempt from it. Whatever comes my way I am never alone, for I begin to reflect on God’s benefits that He has given to me.