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Paul travelled to Jerusalem despite the chains and tribulations that awaited him, because He knew it was the will of God. When his brethren tried to dissuade him from going for fear of his life, he faithfully responded “What do you mean by weeping and breaking my heart? For I am ready not only to be bound, but also to die at Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus” (Acts 21:23). Paul was the epitome of walking the walk and not just talking the talk! As a soldier going into battle wears shoes suitable for the task, (typically waterproof, with ankle stability, basically protection suitable for a rugged environment); so did Paul, as he went to Jerusalem wearing the Shoes of the Gospel of Peace! Just like Paul we too are in the middle of a spiritual warfare, and it behooves us to take every precaution we can to remain righteous and in His Spirit! Shoes help us to not worry about the little things like stones and heat under our feet which can be distracting in a battle, thus allowing us to walk tall and firm. These shoes of the gospel of peace help us to stand tall and firm in our faith! With this strongfast faith we have no fear, allowing us to enter into any situation knowing full well we have God on our side and are here to do His will. In Romans 10:15 Paul wonders how people are suppose to call on God if there has not been a preacher sent to teach them? “And how shall they preach unless they are sent? As it is written:
Paul travelled to Jerusalem despite the chains and tribulations that awaited him, because He knew it was the will of God. When his brethren tried to dissuade him from going for fear of his life, he faithfully responded “What do you mean by weeping and breaking my heart? For I am ready not only to be bound, but also to die at Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus” (Acts 21:23). Paul was the epitome of walking the walk and not just talking the talk! As a soldier going into battle wears shoes suitable for the task, (typically waterproof, with ankle stability, basically protection suitable for a rugged environment); so did Paul, as he went to Jerusalem wearing the Shoes of the Gospel of Peace! Just like Paul we too are in the middle of a spiritual warfare, and it behooves us to take every precaution we can to remain righteous and in His Spirit! Shoes help us to not worry about the little things like stones and heat under our feet which can be distracting in a battle, thus allowing us to walk tall and firm. These shoes of the gospel of peace help us to stand tall and firm in our faith! With this strongfast faith we have no fear, allowing us to enter into any situation knowing full well we have God on our side and are here to do His will. In Romans 10:15 Paul wonders how people are suppose to call on God if there has not been a preacher sent to teach them? “And how shall they preach unless they are sent? As it is written: "How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the gospel of peace, who bring glad tidings of good things!" Brothers and Sisters, as we so often speak about our Christian responsibility to be the reflection of God through our actions and reactions we must do so by walking the walk and not merely talking the talk. So with your belt of truth and your breastplate of righteousness, strap on those shoes of the gospel of peace and let the words of John ring in your ears today and every day! “He who says he abides in Him ought himself also to walk just as He walked” (1 John 2:6). God Bless! ❤️#spiritidentity
"Belt of Truth" This week we are discussing the full Armor of God and the importance behind each article. It is in Ephesians 6:11-13 where Paul says that we ought to “put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places. Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.” In the following verse, Ephesians 6:14, Paul says “Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth…”, which means to put on the Belt of Truth. This first piece of armor is what grounds us in our faith. It is our foundation and it helps to hold all of our other armor in place. It is with the truth of God’s word that we are able to recognize and reject the lies of the enemy, who tries desperately to shake and move us from our position of faith. Satan continuously tries to discourage us by feeding us these lies so that we feel unworthy of God and the love he has for us. He wants us to lose our focus so that the truth is no longer at the front of our minds and the path of righteousness becomes lost to us. But with the Belt of Truth around us we are able to stand fast and reject these lies for exactly what they are, a sad attempt by the enemy to confuse and discourage us. The truth of God encourages us to continue living in the light of the Holy Spirit, and it is within this light that we are able to see that we are truly accepted and worthy by the blood of Jesus Christ. So Brothers and Sisters, as you go out today and shine our Heavenly Father’s light, be sure to do so with the Belt of Truth secured around your waists. #spiritidentity
There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love. :::1 John 4:18 KJV::: As Christians we know the difference between living day to day in God’s light as oppose to giving into our carnal desires in this dark world. When we do not deny the flesh, and instead give into those weak moments, we are taking away God’s light from this world and from ourselves. When God’s light is dim within us, due to our own selfish actions, our hearts begin to harden. When our hearts are hard, we fear more things of this world and in turn continue giving into our carnal desires all the more; thus growing further and further away from our already given salvation! It is a vicious cycle and proves the importance of nurturing our relationship with God on the daily, through His written word and prayer! When someone is acting out of hate towards someone else, that is not coming from God. Our Heavenly Father is the God of light and love, and through His perfect love, fear can not exist because darkness can not exist in His light! Jesus says, “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another” (John 13:34-35). So Brothers and Sisters when someone wrongs you or another, be mindful that their actions are coming from a place of pain and the principalities of darkness that live within. When we’re vulnerable like that, the struggle to deny the carnal magnifies and when we give in to the darkness we are denying our fellowship with God. In understanding this wisdom, we are better equipped to love our way through these situations just as Christ did when He too was in the flesh. Remember, Jesus’s atoning death covers all our sins, so when we fail He asks that we stand up, dust ourselves off and work a little harder to live in His light & live a righteous life filled with love! It is with love that we demonstrate through our actions and reactions that we truly are children of God! God Bless! #Spiritidentity
There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love. :::1 John 4:18 KJV::: As Christians we know the difference between living day to day in God’s light as oppose to giving into our carnal desires in this dark world. When we do not deny the flesh, and instead give into those weak moments, we are taking away God’s light from this world and from ourselves. When God’s light is dim within us, due to our own selfish actions, our hearts begin to harden. When our hearts are hard, we fear more things of this world and in turn continue giving into our carnal desires all the more; thus growing further and further away from our already given salvation! It is a vicious cycle and proves the importance of nurturing our relationship with God on the daily, through His written word and prayer! When someone is acting out of hate towards someone else, that is not coming from God. Our Heavenly Father is the God of light and love, and through His perfect love, fear can not exist because darkness can not exist in His light! Jesus says, “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another; as I have loved you, that you also love one another. By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another” (John 13:34-35). So Brothers and Sisters when someone wrongs you or another, be mindful that their actions are coming from a place of pain and the principalities of darkness that live within. When we’re vulnerable like that, the struggle to deny the carnal magnifies and when we give in to the darkness we are denying our fellowship with God. In understanding this wisdom, we are better equipped to love our way through these situations just as Christ did when He too was in the flesh. Remember, Jesus’s atoning death covers all our sins, so when we fail He asks that we stand up, dust ourselves off and work a little harder to live in His light & live a righteous life filled with love! It is with love that we demonstrate through our actions and reactions that we truly are children of God! God Bless! #Spiritidentity
Today’s passage is a great reminder for many of us. In today’s day and age we see ‘highlight reels’ of everyone’s life on social media and can’t help but compare our lives. It’s important to remember that it is through our trust in God that our internal peace is nurtured. When we fully trust in our Lord and His will, we live a more grateful life. And it is with an ‘attitude of gratitude’ where true happiness can permeate. It is equally as important to live in the moment, to live in the now. If we are held back by our past or stuck in a current of worry looking to our future, then we are not truly putting our faith and trust in God. Now, Moses had a similar message of trust in God, “Be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; for the Lord your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you” (Deuteronomy 31:6). We all know, deep down inside we ought to fully trust in Him, but because we live in a distracting, carnal world, it isn’t easy to willingly feel blindfolded on this walk of life. But there is a beauty to fully trusting in the love our Heavenly Father has for us. Seriously, how incredible is our God that He should always, always, always be there with us in our hour of need. Now we may not get what we always want when we want it, but that does NOT mean He isn’t present! It’s like that image of Jesus kneeling down with the large teddy bear behind his back trying to trade with the little girl who is holding a much smaller bear that she loves. As children of His light we must trust in our Father that His will is in our best interest; and my goodness our Heavenly Father is a God of love, compassion, forgiveness, etc. so how could we think otherwise! Brothers and Sisters, think back to the trials you have faced leading up to this point in your life. In hindsight can you not say that you have grown spiritually? We have the choice of the perspective we chose to live our lives by, we can focus on all the negatives that didn’t go our way OR we can appreciate the trials we’ve endured that has made us into the Christians we are to date. It’s with that acceptance that we are able to truly live in the now, and truly👇🏼
Today’s passage is a great reminder for many of us. In today’s day and age we see ‘highlight reels’ of everyone’s life on social media and can’t help but compare our lives. It’s important to remember that it is through our trust in God that our internal peace is nurtured. When we fully trust in our Lord and His will, we live a more grateful life. And it is with an ‘attitude of gratitude’ where true happiness can permeate. It is equally as important to live in the moment, to live in the now. If we are held back by our past or stuck in a current of worry looking to our future, then we are not truly putting our faith and trust in God. Now, Moses had a similar message of trust in God, “Be strong and of good courage, do not fear nor be afraid of them; for the Lord your God, He is the One who goes with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you” (Deuteronomy 31:6). We all know, deep down inside we ought to fully trust in Him, but because we live in a distracting, carnal world, it isn’t easy to willingly feel blindfolded on this walk of life. But there is a beauty to fully trusting in the love our Heavenly Father has for us. Seriously, how incredible is our God that He should always, always, always be there with us in our hour of need. Now we may not get what we always want when we want it, but that does NOT mean He isn’t present! It’s like that image of Jesus kneeling down with the large teddy bear behind his back trying to trade with the little girl who is holding a much smaller bear that she loves. As children of His light we must trust in our Father that His will is in our best interest; and my goodness our Heavenly Father is a God of love, compassion, forgiveness, etc. so how could we think otherwise! Brothers and Sisters, think back to the trials you have faced leading up to this point in your life. In hindsight can you not say that you have grown spiritually? We have the choice of the perspective we chose to live our lives by, we can focus on all the negatives that didn’t go our way OR we can appreciate the trials we’ve endured that has made us into the Christians we are to date. It’s with that acceptance that we are able to truly live in the now, and truly👇🏼
James reminds us to “count it all joy, when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience.” It is through each trial that we face head on with our Spirit-filled faith that we develop endurance. We learn and grow from each trial just as our faith grows deeper and our trust in Him, more concrete. James uses a great example here in terms of wavering faith: the picture of a wave being tossed by the wind. As young, innocent children we grow up thinking the world of our earthly parents, so we have a special bond with them and they with us. They want to give us things that make us happy and healthy because of this special bond and their unconditional love for us. However, as we grow into adults and out of that childlike spirit, our relationship with our earthly parents tend to change when we reach our adolescent years.  We can’t expect our earthly parents to give us what we want when we show no respect or disobey them. So in that same vain, we can’t very well expect God to answer our prayers if we aren’t doing as His word prescribes and acting out of an unwavering faith. There is no limit to the depths of where our spiritual bond can go with our Heavenly Father, there is no end to our learning and growing in His spirit! The deeper this bond, the more absolute our trust in Him,  thus  the stronger our faith. So Brothers and Sisters we leave you with the words of Isaiah today, “but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint” (40:31). God Bless ❤️ #spiritidentity
James reminds us to “count it all joy, when you fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces patience.” It is through each trial that we face head on with our Spirit-filled faith that we develop endurance. We learn and grow from each trial just as our faith grows deeper and our trust in Him, more concrete. James uses a great example here in terms of wavering faith: the picture of a wave being tossed by the wind. As young, innocent children we grow up thinking the world of our earthly parents, so we have a special bond with them and they with us. They want to give us things that make us happy and healthy because of this special bond and their unconditional love for us. However, as we grow into adults and out of that childlike spirit, our relationship with our earthly parents tend to change when we reach our adolescent years. We can’t expect our earthly parents to give us what we want when we show no respect or disobey them. So in that same vain, we can’t very well expect God to answer our prayers if we aren’t doing as His word prescribes and acting out of an unwavering faith. There is no limit to the depths of where our spiritual bond can go with our Heavenly Father, there is no end to our learning and growing in His spirit! The deeper this bond, the more absolute our trust in Him, thus the stronger our faith. So Brothers and Sisters we leave you with the words of Isaiah today, “but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint” (40:31). God Bless ❤️ #spiritidentity

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