Daily Meditations – Tuesday, October 29, 2013

But put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and make no provision for the flesh in regard to its lusts. – Romans 13:14

The “sword” in scripture is indicative of the Word of promise. Presently, we are attempting to battle the enemy with our promises. It is the Lord’s intent to make us the promise. We are to become the Living Word.

“Let the Spirit direct your lives, and do not satisfy the desires of the human nature.” – Galatians 5:16

Scripture often refers to us a “vessels” of the Lord (Jeremiah 18). The one thing about being living vessels is that we leak. We need refilling with water and food, joy and love, affirmation and communication. The same is especially true with the presence of the Lord in our lives through the Holy Spirit. The way we “Walk in the Spirit” is to be continually filled with the Spirit.

“What I tell you now in the gloom, shout abroad when daybreak comes. What I whisper in your ears, proclaim from the housetops!” – Matthew 10:27

Are you in the dark just now in your circumstances, or in your life with God? Then remain quiet. Don’t talk to other people about it; don’t read books to find out the reason of the darkness, but listen and heed. If you talk to other people you cannot hear what God is saying.


The Spirit of the resurrected Christ living in me has disqualified me from the mundane and ordinary.

Faith qualifies me for the impossible.

Whatever my heart is set upon when I come to the Bible, will determine much of what I see in the Bible.

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My passion is to equip the Body of Christ for discipleship. I have a world-wide "Daily Meditations" e-mail ministry and a website at: http://afministry.ning.com that I use to raise the conscious- ness of the body of Christ as to their duty to disciple and equip other believers.
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