Daily Walk with the Holy Spirit

Friday, July 14, 2006

Does His Word come alive?

"Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer." Psalm 19:14

How would you live if you knew that every word and thought first had to be screened?

How do you rank on meditating on His word?

We as Christians are not called to just sit around.

We have been rescued from the penalty of sin by faith in God.

We should be being transformed when we have that relationship with Him.

If we have that real relationship with Him, there should be an unmatched, unparalleled intensity and zeal for Him.

The Greek word for hot literally means boiling hot.

Now that's hot.

We need to be that on fire for God.

He gave the greatest sacrifice, He gave His only Son, without even blinking.

He wants us to love Him with all our heart.

He wants us to love Him with all our soul.

He wants us to love Him with all our mind.

He wants us to serve Him cheerfully and thankfully.

He wants us to worship Him wholeheartedly and with fervor.

Why?

He wants the best from us so that He can give us His best.

He wants to give us His fullness on a daily basis.

He desires that we experience this on a daily basis.

He wants more than just lip service.

He wants more than (maybe) just once a week, when we go to church.

He wants more that just casual love and worship, or a sporadically relationship with Him.

Our love for God will make us do things that we ordinarily would not do.

We will be doing things out of a heart full of love and devotion.

When you love God and obey His ways you are telling Him that you reverence Him and honor Him for who He is!

The more that you love and obey Him, the more exciting and rewarding your journey and worship experience will become.

When the Word comes alive in your heart, you will enter a new dimension of prayer, praise, and worship for Him.

The secret of prayer, praise, worship, and relationship is not to waiting until everything is ok, peaceful and calm, but doing it in and through the storm that has come your way.

It is learning to trust in Him during the most difficult times that you go through.

We have to come to the point that we can give Him everything regardless of the situation whether it be good or bad.

"Thy word have I hid in my heart, that I might not sin against thee." Psalm 119:11

Lord, thank You for all the difficulties. I will praise You in the storms. Thank You for the intimacy that I have with You. Thank you for Your truth each and everyday, and for letting the Word come alive in my heart!

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