What Would God Tell Me?

Sermon preparation is always an interesting thing. Ministers are always thinking, looking and studying for things that “would preach.” I’ve often thought how nice it would be if God just somehow “beamed” down the sermon wanted me to preach each week.

That got me to thinking (scary, I know). If God sent me a message to share today, what would it be? What would God have me tell everyone? Would it be a turn or burn message or possibly something about heaven? Maybe God would tell me, “Say something good about my son.”

My opinion? I’m glad you asked. I think if there was one message God would want me to give this morning … would be this, “Trey, tell everyone one more time, just how much I love them.”

And, He REALLY does!

(What do you think His message might be?)

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I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast. Trey Morgan tagged this post with: , , Read 1182 articles by
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  1. Donna says:

    I think you nailed it. He wants us to know of his love for us NO MATTER that we do not deserve it, even on our best days…He just loves us!!

  2. Steve Gauntt says:

    I’m preparing a place for you…and I’ll be back to get you soon.

  3. jasonS says:

    Yep, that’ll preach! Thanks Trey.

  4. Julie says:

    I know He does, but I worry He doesn’t have a lot of patience.

  5. Angie Cox says:

    “Pssst….Hey….y’all down there! I won’t believe everything they say about you if you promise not to believe everything they say about me!”

  6. “Just let them know that I’m not the God-up-in-the-clouds, but I’m the God who is near, if people will just reach out for Me.”

  7. Greg England says:

    For over a year I would study through the week but not prepare a sermon and I’d pray for God to give me what He wanted our church to know. I was preaching through Luke. And almost every Saturday night or Sunday morning, a sermon would just suddenly flood my mind. A time or two, I still had no idea what I was going to say on Sunday morning and once didn’t know when it was time for the sermon! I suppose one could argue that it all came to me because I’d spent the week studying the text, and maybe so. I just know it was a year of sermon “preparation” such as I’d never experienced before or since that time. And, the effect of that series from Luke literally changed the spirit of our church family.

  8. Jo Baird says:

    God is patient. He loves us and doesn’t want to lose any of us. We are His children. Read his word. It’s all there.

  9. Katherine says:

    I actually got a really beautiful message from Him a few days ago, and He wants it to be shared. I had to rush to my computer to make sure I got it all down! I was planning on blogging about it, which I will still do…but will share it with you first :)

    “You are amazing. You were bought with a price. My boundless love pours over you like flowing fountains. My blood washes you clean and whole. Without me, you have nothing. Lean on me. Rely on me. Trust in me. Be. Don’t worry about tomorrow. Love like there is no tomorrow. Reveal me to others. Let your light shine wherever you go…it is the only thing that can pierce the darkness of this world. Breathe in deep. Let my light rush over you like a soft breeze. I love you, my child.”

    I love the heart of our Father!!

    • Steve Gauntt says:

      Thanks for sharing this. I love the simple, one word sentence – Be. Somehow I forget this and worry about everything that takes me away from simply being what God created me to be.

  10. Debbie Holder says:

    I think He would say, “No matter where you are, I am with you. So stop worrying about whether you are of value to me, because you ARE!”

  11. Dean Balser says:

    This is awesume. Just at a time when I really neededto hear it again. Keep up the good work Trey

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Trey Morgan Here are my thoughts about marriage, family, raising children, humor, faith and the life God intended for us all. I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast.

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