Friday, February 18, 2011

Distractions, BEGONE in JESUS MIGHTY NAME

I'm thankful for I begin to see the dimensions the way Daniel or Ezekiel see things. The understanding is not enough, but in order to get to the point of realization understanding is essential as a process of 'cooking' and so I digest by realizing.

I was so hungry for the reality of God that I read the entire book of Daniel to get the context of the message God was putting into my Spirit. He also lead me to read Modecai as a prominent man in the Babylonian kingdom.
As it says in 2 Timothy 2:
3 Join with me in suffering, like a good soldier of Christ Jesus. 4 No one serving as a soldier gets entangled in civilian affairs, but rather tries to please his commanding officer. 5 Similarly, anyone who competes as an athlete does not receive the victor’s crown except by competing according to the rules.
Distractions are just a tiny discomfort; a splinter or a mosquito that'll divert our attention from our focus in achieving our goals and destiny in life. Perhaps these detours will take us somewhere, within the understanding of humanity, a legitimate reason to have or to pursue...1 can live under the common grace and the sun still shines, the rain still pour, the waves still beats the shore.......but for 1 to be accurate and sensitive to the Spirit's prompting he or she cannot give in to the flesh and please the nature of Adam but to be transformed in the renewing of the mind in Christ.
Jesus ate with republicans and was found with other 'not so holy' people in the market place, but he did not associate himself with them. It is the sick who needs the doctors. If we who are called to be disciples of Christ do not come in contact with these 'lost' souls, how are they gonna know salvation? Live as though your conscience are clear with God and men.
As for now, the life of the apostles are the only examples we can imitate in living fully for God. Always giving our lives fully in the work of the Lord for we know our labor in the Lord is not in vain. Work out our salvation in trembling and fear, live as it is the last day of our lives. Live by faith and not by sight.

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