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The words that I speak to you, they are Spirit, and they are life.John 6:63
The Lord’s Day, MAY 03, 2020
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WOL DEVOTIONAL Study
Tuesday 5, May
Caleb wasn’t looking for a mentor or a friend when he went to work for Joe. He simply wanted to learn about woodworking. But the relationship became much more than that. Instead of assigning tasks, Joe asked Caleb what he wanted to learn through this experience. That set off a years-long friendship that went much farther than simply working together. Joe and Caleb shared meals and books together. Joe introduced Caleb to the details of selling his house so that Caleb could learn. Joe also introduced Caleb to his friends. Joe invited Caleb into his life and included him in all kinds of ways.Community is about more than just a surface relationship. It calls for hospitality, and that often means putting oneself in a place of risk and vulnerability to include others. It means inviting others into your space to include them in what is going on.Abraham and Sarah invited three strangers to rest, wash up, and eat. It might not seem like much, but this is an example of inviting strangers into our space so that they are not strangers anymore. Abraham and Sarah gave of themselves in order to make the strangers feel welcome, and they were blessed in amazing ways.The ways we make room for others in our community is important.
“Wash your feet and rest under this tree. Let me get you something to eat. . . .” — Genesis 18:3
GUIDE LINES FOR MANIFESTATION GIFTS
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What is the outcome then, brethren? When you assemble, each one has a psalm, has a teaching, has a revelation, has a tongue, has an interpretation. Let all things be done for edification (B) … for God is not God of confusion but of peace, as in all the churches of the saints.1 Corinthians 14:26-32
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PRAYING FOR THE NEXT GENERATIONHave we ever felt proud of your children, for their behavior perhaps or for something good they did, or how they excelled in something particular? I dare to say that once we pass through this in a righteous manner, we feel like, so to say satisfied and happy. Can we say the same regarding their spiritual upbringing? Are we satisfied and proud of how they promote what we believe in? Are they achieving the high marks in Christ? We shall pray that satisfaction is not good enough, we should aim higher.
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I know you have something the enemy wants — your marriage. He will try sabotage, temptation, hopelessness, suspicion, and catastrophes in order to derail you, confuse you, and create walls between you and your spouse. He’s relentless, but for good reason. Good marriages have the power to change the world.It’s not a far-fetched idea. Good marriages are a witness to how much Jesus loves the church. People who are a part of good marriages are able to come alongside others who are struggling in their own, providing wise counsel, empathy, and perhaps most importantly, hope. They provide a healthy example for their kids and for others who are a part of their lives. They impact their own generation and
the generations who follow them.Satan has chosen his battle wisely. As such, so should you.A relationship this important not only requires intentional unconditional love, and grace with your spouse, but it also requires your active participation in the spiritual battle that is waging against the success of your marriage. Paul instructs us to all put on the armor of God and to pray without ceasing. It is the only connection with God that enables us to wear our armor and find the strength to fight enemies we often cannot see. As such, we must pray for our spouse and for ourselves.