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To live in His love is to know him . . . do you know Him? Is Jesus Christ your Shepherd? Through weekly devotions of the Holy Bible, we can renew our spirit and our mind. We can learn to rest in His peace and not live in fear. We can learn to put our trust in the good Shepherd, who will carry us through the dark times we go through in our life. Weekly devotions in the word of God will help your spiritual growth as a child of God. We are God’s sheep, and we listen to His voice. . .will you follow along with us every week to daily live in His Love.
Weekly devotions for your mind and Spirit . . .
Midweek Devotions. . . Get ready to learn more about who you are in Christ Jesus and how you can abound more in His Love.
Midweek post is posted every Tuesday or Wednesday.
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Are we in a Spiritual Battle?
Recent years we have seen and heard of wars, famines, pestilences/epidemic disease, earthquakes, and increase in lawlessness. Some say this is nearing the end of times while others have been deceived and believe a lie. Bottom line it is all about what you believe. There are two scriptures we should heed this year. Just listen to the words of Jesus.
Take heed that no man deceives you. For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many. And you shall hear of wars and rumors of wars; see that you be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in diver’s places. All these are the beginning of sorrows.Matthew 24:6
The last few years we have seen the beginning of sorrows. Those who are in authority have grown anxious about the escalating situation of healthcare, weather patterns that wiped out cities, and the increase of lawlessness to shops and people in general. President Biden gave the word for the year “OPTIMISM.” What does it mean to have optimism? Does it not mean to have hope and confidence about the future? Many do not have hope and confidence unless they are a child of God. God gives us hope and confidence through Jesus Christ who came and arose and is seated in heaven. Those who believe in Christ are also seated in heavenly places with Christ. This is the true Christian today. If you are a Christian, then you are in a spiritual warfare. Remember the commission given to Peter by Christ who said that we should be sober and vigilant because our adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour, [see 1 Peter 5:8]. Have we forgotten about the devil/Satan? If you are a Christian, you will know that there is an unseen enemy whose voice is to bring you down and to deceive you. That is why the apostle Paul stated the following:
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”Ephesians 6:12
The Christian warfare is not against flesh and blood in the physical, even though evil is working itself out in the flesh by those who are under the control of the evil one who is Satan. The battle begins in the heavenlies with Satan, and this is why fasting, and prayer is important in a believer’s life. A true believer in Christ must take up the Cross and follow Christ who is the way, truth and the life. Christ has defeated Satan and as Christians we must stand in Christ and put on the full armor of God. Many Christians are missing the armor of God and instead are battling within the flesh and creating strife within the body of Christ because of envy, hatred, and coveting things they do not have. This is bitter envying and strife in the heart of an individual and James the brother of Jesus stated in James 3:16, “where envying and strife is, there is confusion and every evil work.” As a Christian we must root up bitterness, envy, and strife and repent and lay it down at the feet of Jesus. We must ask forgiveness and allow God’s spirit to change our heart to one of love, peace, and joy. To be generous, and considerate of others is the key to peace. As we begin this new year allow your heart to be changed into the image of Christ. Let us have a heart of compassion and a desire to walk in his love, peace, and kindness.
“I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd giveth his life for the sheep.”
Jesus is the good Shepherd, and the only door for the sheep to go through in order to be saved. A good Shepherd genuinely cares for his flock and is not selfish like a thief who comes to take and destroy your life. The Shepherd lays down his own life for the sheep because he loves the sheep.
A Shepherd tends to the flocks needs by directing them to green pastures to feed and take them home to a shelter for resting at night. Do you hear the Shepherd calling you? His peace and love can reside in your heart today. Did you know that Jesus is calling you into His fold? Jesus is the resurrection and the life, and he has the victory over death. Jesus is willing to bring you into the fold. Just believe in Jesus as your Shepherd, and place your life within His hands, and follow Him.
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Growing daily is the key to Christian growth. I heard Smith Wigglesworth say that if there is no growth in your Christian walk then you are dead. Something is blocking your growth. Find out what has caused the blockage in your Christian growth and pray for renewal of your heart and mind and get back on the path of growth. God’s mercy is so great that no one can contend it. We need the communion of His spirit to stir us into the right direction. Let us always listen and follow His voice. Let the wind of the Holy Spirit guide your steps into His Light.
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