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IN ALL YOUR WAYS ACKOWLEDGE HIM

                   In All your Way’s Acknowledge Him


     How many of you know that almost 90 % of all Americans proclaim there is only one God and also the same number of people proclaim that Jesus Christ was the son of God? Next we have 8 % that claim to be Atheist or claim they have no belief in the Spiritual Realm of things. Now lets see, we have 90% and 8% that sum only comes to 98%. What happened to the other 2%? So where does the other 2% fit into the picture. The “other” 2% actually “acknowledge” there is only one God and acknowledge that Jesus Christ was the true Son of God. Have you figured out where we are headed with this yet? 
 So let’s continue by going to Mr. Webster to see what he has to say about this. This is what Mr. Webster has to say, Proclaim Etymology: Middle English,”proclaim en,” Anglo-French or Latin: Anglo-French “pro-claimer”, from Latin proclaimers, from pro-before + proclaimers to cry out. Date: 14 century.   1.    A: to declare publicly, typically insistently, proudly, or defiantly in either speech or writing:B: to give outward indication of, his manner proclaimed his upbringing. 2: A: to declare or declare solemnly, officially, or formally B: to proclaim an amnesty, proclaim the country a republic.   3:     A: to praise or glorify openly or publicly Acknowledge Etymology: ac-(as in accord) + knowledge Date: 15 century.1: to recognize the rights, authority, or status of 2: to disclose knowledge of or agreement with. 3: A: to express gratitude or obligation for, acknowledge a gift        B: to take notice of, failed to acknowledge my greeting.C: to make known, the receipt of, acknowledge a letter. 4:  A: to recognize as genuine or valid<acknowledge a dept. Synonyms: admit (v), cite (v), know (v), mention (v), notice (v), receipt (v), and recognize (v). Antonym: deny      Synonyms within Context: AcknowledgeContextSynonyms within Context (source: adapted from Roget's Thesaurus). 1.      Announce; (information); acknowledge; (assent); attest; (evidence); adjure; (put to one's oath). 2.    Answer - Verb: answer, respond, reply, rebut, retort, rejoin; give for answer, return for answer;acknowledge, echo. 3.    Assent- Acknowledge, own, admit, allow, avow, confess; concede; (yield); come round to; abide by; permit. 4.    Consent - Verb: consent; assent; yield assent, admit, allow, concede, grant, yield; come round, come over; give into, acknowledge, give consent, comply with, acquiesce, agree to, fall in with, accede, accept, embrace an offer, close with, take at one's word, have no objection. 5.    Disclosure- Acknowledge, allow, concede, grant, admit, own, own up to, confess, avow, throw off all disguise, turn inside out, make a clean breast; show one's hand, show one's cards; unburden one's mind, dis-burden one's mind, dis burden one's conscience, dis burden one's heart; open one's mind, lay bare one's mind, tell a piece of one's mind; embosom oneself, own to the soft impeachment; say the truth, speak the truth; turn King's (or Queen's) evidence; acknowledge the corn. 6.    Evidence - Bear witness; Noun: give evidence; Noun: testify, depose, witness, vouch for; sign, seal, undersign, set one's hand and seal, sign and seal, deliver as one's act and deed, certify, attest; acknowledge; (assent). 7.    Gratitude - Verb: be grateful; Adjective: thank; give thanks, render thanks, return thanks, offer thanks, tender thanks; Noun: acknowledge, requite. 8.    Observance - Verb: observe, comply with, respect, acknowledge, abide by; cling to, adhere to, be faithful to, act up to; meet, fulfill; carry out, carry into execution; execute, perform, keep, satisfy, discharge; do one's office. 9.    Payment - Verb: pay, defray, make payment; pay down, pay on the nail, pay ready money, pay at sight, pay in advance; cash, honor a bill, acknowledge; redeem; pay in kind. 10. Penitence - Verb: repent, be sorry for; be penitent; Adjective: rue; regret; think better of; recant; knock under; (submit); plead guilty; sing miseries, sing the profundities; cry peccary; own oneself in the wrong; acknowledge, confess; (disclose); humble oneself; beg pardon; (apologize); turn over a new leaf, put on the new man, turn from sin; reclaim; repent in sackcloth and ashes; (do penance); learn by experience. 11. Reward - Verb: reward, recompense, repay, requite; remunerate, numerate; compensate; fee; pay one's footing; (pay) make amends, indemnify, atone; satisfy, acknowledge. 12. Seclusion13. Exclusion - Cut, cut dead; refuse to associate with, refuse to acknowledge; look cool upon, turn one's back upon, shut the door upon; repel, blackball, excommunicate, exclude, exile, expatriate; banish, outlaw, maroon, ostracize, proscribe, cut off from, send to Coventry, keep at arm's length, draw a cordon round.    So let’s continue with our discussion on Proclaiming and Acknowledging. To proclaim some thing is to speak of or portray in action. The key words here are spoken and act. When a performer is getting ready for the play he or she must learn the lines and be able to act the part to be played. So it is with the people that proclaim. They have learned how to talk the talk and have put themselves in the acting mode. But once off the stage they take on their true persona. The Proclaimers put on their masks before heading out the door to the Church or Christian functions. Shall we see what the Word of God has to say about these actors? First we have{Titus 1: 6-10}, then {1 John 2: 3-6}. Those two Scripture sets pretty much sum up how the Lord looks at the “Proclaimers”. 
      Let us now take a look at the word ”Acknowledge” and what it truly means. This word is basically self descriptive. To have “Knowledge and Act” on the knowledge which is gained through reading the Bible and the leading of the Holy Spirit. The book of Proverbs is an excellent place to start to gain understanding and knowledge. Wisdom comes from knowledge and understanding. Wisdom gives us the insight on how to apply the truth of knowledge and understanding in the situations which we all face in our everyday life here on earth. Walk in the Council of the Lord by obeying the guidance of the commands and oracles set forth by the Lord for a true relationship with our Heavenly Father.      I will close here for now and hope to talk with you again next week. If you would like to continue with this discussion further please feel free to E-mail and let me know. I hope this lesson was beneficial to you and may the Lord Keep and Bless you.                                                                                                 thelifebranch@tlbministry.com  

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