Good morning and afternoon!!All over the world we praise God as we connect lifting up the word. For the power that resurrects is in Jesus name! The power that liberates is in Jesus name! In side the name of Jesus the power to bind demons is found! We praise God for the power and authority in the word and the name of Jesus!
31 So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples,32 and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” 33 They answered him, “We are offspring of Abraham and have never been enslaved to anyone. How is it that you say, ‘You will become free’?”
The truth is a word or words that bring liberation to the mind and heart which allows conscious freedom. Conscious freedom lies in the realm of our thoughts, what we think moment by moment. Abiding in the word means making the change to think and speak on the things that draw us all nearer to Christ thinking. Christlike thinking is what brings liberation, it does not conform to the world and its ways. Christlike thinking does not pervert the word of God to fit its on will, Christlike thinking and speaking lines up with the word of God. The word tells us in James to be doers of the word and not only hearers. Many of us have suffered, because of our own actions which came from our own thinking (flesh) rather than Gods. When abiding in the word we find ourselves becoming free because of the washing the word brings as Jesus spoke in John 15, we then abide more in the word trusting His will, keeping faith that God will perfect those things that concern is as we become more accountable and repenting for those acts that lie outside of the word.
Amen in Jesus name!
Pray with me and I am praying with you!
Good morning, In the book of Nehemiah the city of Judah has experienced a breaking of the wall. The wall is used as and protective barrier to hedge the town. Well in the first chapter of Nehemiah, Nehemiah’s Brother Hanai and other men visit him at the Citadel, to tell him what has happened. Judah has been broken into and taken over by the enemy leaving the people with nothing. There homes have been burned down and there now facing famine. Nehemiah goes to God in prayer as I sent out yesterday. His prayer for himself is to be led of God, concerning the city of Judah and the people. He relates to the cry of his brothers and kinsmen visit and initiates the next move to go back to Judah to begin the building of the wall.
The question is in the mist of our day and our lives do we hear the cries of our brothers and sisters? Do we use our spiritual senses as Nehemiah to begin the process of rectifying the circumstances, or do we stand by watching the enemy have his way in their lives?
How many of us know that what we do for God last forever, and what we do for God, God in-turn does for us. We were created for praise and Judah is significant for praise. If you or anyone you know has lost their praise think on the restoration and recovery that God is doing in your life right now, because you dared to stepped out to help someone else. Think about the power of two or three in agreement and how much more praise will come through your support, stomping the enemy out of the minds and lives of those you support. But not only that, think about constantly making a habit of being a blessing, having no limitations on being who you are created to be. Nehemiah was a cup bearer pouring wine for the King in the Citadel, but when these things came about he consulted God to go and help a city of people regain their praise. I feel like Joel Osteen this morning saying, Yes Lord! I will go and help my brothers and sisters, I will not be detoured nor distracted by self centeredness! I will do what you sent me to do. I will help the people regain their praise! Want you come friends! In Jesus name! Hallelujah!!!
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