Dear God help me
My Lord,.. my Creator, the source for all Love in this world.
I praise you and worship you, I come before you to raise up your Glory... I thank you for my soul that you created and put in me...
I thank you, my God, for your special gift of” faith”, something
You have put inside of me, it contains the power of your Love.
It is this “faith” that connects me to you my God.
It is this “faith” that lets me know I am with you and you are with me.
You are with me every moment of my life. When I go to bed and when I awake
You see everything I see, you hear everything I hear.
You know every evil and sinful thought that comes into my head.
You know every good and loving thought that comes into my head.
Dear God help me to be less of me and be more of you in all the things
I do in life. Help me please my God to better serve you and become a better example of your Love and power, goodness and mercy.
Life is about the great Love, ..God's Love of His creations, our Love of God, our Love of self, our love of each other. Love is why we are here,..what we are to do, every day... and in every way. Amen, Amen, Amen Thank you God for your Love playlist The Love Of God
A Strong charismatic enigma you were and still are, A brilliant astounding star! A perfect reflection of the best humane gown, One we all need to wear to ascend to such a crown,Myles Munroe was known for impacting the lives of those he came into contact with. He was a father, pastor, preacher, author and motivational speaker who traveled around the world pulling crowds of around 500,000 people annually including governments leaders, businessmen and women, students and church congregations in the past forty years. Munroe also served as a business consultant to Fortune 500 companies and corporations.
Myles Egbert Munroe was born on April 20, 1954 into an impoverished family of 11 in the suburb of Bain Town in Nassau, Bahamas. Raised in the Nassau suburb of Bain Town, he was a life-long resident of the Commonwealth.
Munroe said he discovered who he was at the age of thirteen after being insulted by his teacher who called him several names such as ‘black monkey’. he said, one of those nights, he was disturbed and couldn’t sleep until his mother showed him a bible passage (Ephesians 3:20), which he believed opened up a new page of his life.
The Bahamian evangelist and ordained minister avid professor of the Kingdom of God, author, speaker and leadership consultant who founded and led the Bahamas Faith Ministries International (BFMI) and Myles Munroe International (MMI). He was chief executive officer and chairman of the board of the International Third World Leaders Association and president of the International Leadership Training Institute as well as the author of numerous books.
His wife, Ruth Munroe, served as co-pastor with him at BFMI. Together, the couple had two children, Myles, Jr. (known as Chairo), and a daughter, Charisa
Dr. Munroe graduated from Oral Roberts University and then attended University of Tulsa to earn his Master’s in Administration.Following his graduation from the University of Tulsa, Munroe founded Bahamas Faith Ministries International in the early 1980s.He also founded the Myles Munroe International (MMI) – an outreach center which includes leadership training institutes, a missions agency, a publishing company, a television network, radio and Web communications, and a church community. He is a motivational speaker addressing all governments, companies and corporations in issues that affect every aspect of the human spirit and development. He was also the author or coauthor of more than 100 books printed in multi medians.
He was well known for his belief in the Kingdom of God and the whole Bible. He is quoted as saying, "My vision, is wrapped up in one statement: I exist to transform followers into leaders. My philosophy is, trapped in every follower because they are a leader. My belief is, if that person is placed in the right environment, the leader will manifest himself or herself." He was senior pastor of Bahamas Faith Ministries International Fellowship along with his wife Ruth Ann who was a co-senior pastor.
In what is being described as a message he delivered shortly before he and eight others were killed in a fiery jet crash, prominent evangelical preacher and motivational speaker Myles Munroe spoke ominously of dying by accident and being "unnecessary" to his ministry. In a video clip posted on YouTube described as "Myles Munroe's Message Shortly Before His Death," Munroe told leaders: "The greatest act of leadership is what happens in your absence. If everything you've done died with you, you are a failure. True leadership is measured by what happens after you die." Was Dr. Myles Munroe PROPHESYING his death? Myles Munroe's Message shortly before his Death! Chilling
Seems like a prescient farewell, Munroe, who was speaking from a television studio at the time of the video's recording, challenged his audience to think about what would happen to their legacy if they suddenly died in an accident after leaving the studio.
If you die today as a leader, leaving the studio in an accident, what happens to your organization? What happens to your church? What happens to your business? If it dies when you die, you are a failure," said Munroe.
Munroe, 60, who led the Bahama Faith Ministries up until his untimely death. He released a book in 2014, titled, The Power of Character in Leadership, which addresses the crisis of leadership today. He was on his way to join an influential group of religious leaders, executives, politicians and business leaders at the Global Leadership Forum in Freeport, Grand Bahama, when he died.
He urged Christian leaders to spend more time investing in people than in buildings.
"True leaders don't invest in buildings. Jesus never built a building. They invest in people. Why? Because success without a successor is failure. So your legacy should not be in buildings, programs, or projects, your legacy must be in people," said Munroe."Who are you mentoring to take your place? True leaders make themselves unnecessary. ... A true leader works themselves out of a job. So great leaders measure their greatness by their absence. Study Jesus. The greatest leader of all. Listen to His words. It is better for you that I go away. If I do not go away, He says, you won't be great. My absence is your greatness. He proved his greatness by leaving. He left and his organization grew in his absence," continue Munroe's speech.
Munroe was especially influential in Africa, arguing that African nations are underdeveloped due to the poor quality of their leaders. “Leadership determines everything in life,” he said. “Nothing happens without leadership. Whether you are talking about an organization, church or nation, everything depends on leadership for success. Leaders determine the quality and attitude of their followers. If your country is not effective, it is the fault of its leaders not its people.”
A regular traveler to Latin America as well as Africa, Munroe was also chief executive and chairman of the International Third World Leaders Association. “The greatest tragedy in life is not death,” he wrote, “but a life without a purpose.” He believed that “Death can never kill an idea. Ideas are more powerful than death. Ideas outlive men and can never be destroyed.” Myles Munroe - The Kingdom Of God (2014) **Final Sermon Series** Myles Munroe - Reflecting Character In The Kingdom (2014) **Final Sermon Series**Sources: