Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Never Walk Alone



Red Dahlia Flower

We never walk alone, because God fills us with all of His fullness.  The Trinity is at home in our spirit and affects us in body, soul and spirit.

We change from one level of glory to another by the sanctifying work of God's Spirit (2 Corinthians 3:18). Our works become an indication of our salvation, rather than a prerequisite for it.

We obey the Spirit’s promptings in our life regardless of our talents, desires or knowledge. No task, which God calls us to perform, remains beyond His anointing in us to carry it through.

On the other hand, sometimes we see a need and our human compulsion and compassion prompt us to fill it. That is not always wise. Jesus helped everyone He felt God leading Him to assist, but He did not help everyone.

Likewise, if we give aid to someone outside of God’s will for that person or for us, then we are actually enabling and rescuing, rather than assisting them in a healthy way.

Our goal in life is to follow the Spirit’s leading in everything we say and do. This takes practice, but is very possible. We find such joy in our day as we see the Spirit's involvement in our life.

We experience success rather than frustration, peace rather than stress and joy rather than heartache and disappointment. We see a life change before our eyes and we make new friends, which will last for all eternity.

Prayer:

Father God, lead us by Your Spirit moment-by-moment throughout the day, so that we may accomplish the greater works that You commissioned us to perform (Ephesians 2:10; John 12:14). Remind us that the servant is not greater than the lord and You are our King, Savior and Lord.

We submit to You in all things, every day. We may not like our circumstances, or what You are calling us to do; but when we walk in Your Spirit, we find true fulfillment and success in this lifetime as well as the next. We worship You and give You all the praise for our daily blessings.

Thought for the Day:
God's Spirit in us is infinitely greater than the boundaries of all of our abilities.

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