Exodus 31:1-3 “Then the LORD spoke to Moses, saying: 2 “See, I have called by name Bezalel…And I have filled him with the Spirit of God, in wisdom, in understanding, in knowledge, and in all manner of workmanship” When God needed Moses to build the tabernacle in the wilderness, He wasn’t stuck worrying about solving the problem…. [Continue Reading]
Archives for August 2011
Matthew 6:25 “That is why I tell you not to worry about everyday life” While preparing for today’s devotional, the thought was along the line of “Don’t Worry” only to realize that Jesus taught this Himself, why reinvent the wheel? Listen to what Jesus said concerning worry: Matthew 6:25-34, NLT 25 “That is why I… [Continue Reading]
The fruit of our lives as children of God is in our demonstration of the love of God that’s within us. Primarily this should be the yardstick for measuring our spiritual growth because as we grow in love we are becoming more like Him, for God is love.
I’m so glad that the Lord is not afraid of my tears, anger, cold heart, frets, and unbelief. To this day, He is still showing me that He is much better. He often reminds me of this at the deliverance of things I have asked Him for in prayer; my exact words to Him will come to mind.
When there is a material need in life, the primary solution is found in the word of God. Manna was supplied supernaturally on a daily basis. It was a perfect diet for Israel, it was gathered, ground, cooked and cakes were made from it. It had the taste of the freshness of oil (Numbers 11:8).
The anointing of the Holy Spirit is the pouring upon of the personality, character and grace of the Spirit of God on a person. A person anointed by the Spirit of God is empowered by the same to do what is humanly impossible, but divinely possible.
We only have one life to live and we are responsible to use the gifts that God has given us. Remember the Parable of the Talents?
If you do decide to step out, pray and do it in God’s timing. Don’t just run out and quit your job – use wisdom and be patient, God’s ways seem to take a while sometimes. Plan for the worst case scenarios, and pray for the best case!