What do you usually celebrate?

Viviane Freitas

  • 24
  • Jul
  • 2015

What do you usually celebrate?

  • 24
  • Jul
  • 2015

Hello to all the cybernauts!

It’s a pleasure to be here with you, and I would like to know: What do you usually celebrate? Do you usually celebrate your birthday? When someone gets married? When achieving something?

Let’s read the book of Hebrews 11:28, which “speaks” about the faith…

” By faith he kept the Passover and the application of blood, so that the destroyer of the firstborn would not touch the firstborn of Israel.”

Who did this?
Still continuing to talk about Moses, by faith he celebrated Passover… Why? When one hears about Passover (Easter), usually in Brazil, you think about a chocolate egg, the “bunny” … This is all “gibberish”! Just to sell chocolates. They establish holidays, often, to make sales.

But looking at the Faith, what is a celebration? You can see that Moses celebrated Passover, when he killed an animal and put the blood around the doorframe. Why? He did exactly what God had told him to do. “Funny” that the Bible says that he celebrated it. When we celebrate something, it’s because we are very happy, and when we sacrifice, when we act out the faith, we become very happy people. In Moses’s case, he wasn’t “seeing” anything, but this time he celebrated… He didn’t do it when God turned his staff into a snake, nor when the plagues came, insects, hail, the Nile turned into a river of blood … There was no celebration.
But when there was bloodshed—sacrifice, there was a certainty within him!

When there is sacrifice from our part, we are not indifferent—we celebrate because we believe in what will happen next.

My cybernaut friend, look how interesting this is! Faith celebrates sacrifice. Often we “hurt” but when we celebrate it’s because we already have an answer…there is an answer in our “chest”.

This answer doesn’t need to be seen, it’s within you! This is faith! It’s very beautiful! Because it’s something genuine, it’s from God! As we already know, faith is assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of facts which are not seen. How wonderful is faith—it makes me feel powerful! And when we have this faith that guides us, leads us, it’s when we are at peace with everything and with God. We know who we are!

Observe the following: Moses had already received several “no’s” from Pharaoh, apparently it seemed that God was who would have to submit to the word of Pharaoh, if the people could come out from Egypt or not.
Couldn’t they have fought and finished with the Egyptians there? After all, the Jews were more numerous than the Egyptians … Why didn’t it happen this way? Because God is beautiful, you don’t feel insecure with the “no’s” of life; He is who hardened Pharaoh’s heart…

.Sometimes you don’t understand why things are so difficult … It’s just so that you can use your faith, exercise it, and when there is sacrifice, there is a celebration for having done it, because there is certainty

When you sacrifice, obey God’s voice, my cybernaut friend, and within you there is certainty, joy…you don’t feel powerful just because you exercised your faith, but because the Kingdom of God exists within you!
Even though the circumstances around you are contrary, there is a certainty. That’s wonderful! Wonderful!!

I would like to read your comment here on the Blog.
I’ll wait for it… Do you have something to say? Or will you leave it for later?
I don’t know, you decide…
I’ll wait with joy for those who do it.

A big hug!
Next week we’ll be back.

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  1. Mrs. Viviane I will like to share you my testimony! The first campaign I did was the wall of Jericho. … That day I receive my deliverance. I had a experience with God that day! I felt stronger and have the certain that God answer me. I had peace! … Not just that few hours later satan and his demons rise up against me and my family, but he couldn’t touch me or my family because I obey God voice and sacrifice all I have even though it was nothing but it was my all! I saw God hand in my life and my family. I had a great experiance with God! And this campaign of Mount Sinai I’m giving my whole life in the Altar! I will have encounter with Jesus I will merry him in that day. He will be my Lord my God. My soul forever will be his!

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  2. Using faith is wonderful now i understand why difficult things happen in my life,they do so such that i manifest my faith in God and then celebrate later.sacrifice is giving what u have now with hope of receiving better things in future.

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