LIVING THE BLESSED LIFE - EPHESIANS 2:10 (AMPC)

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God has planned that we live the blessed life, a life that is free from struggles. The authority of your position as a child of God is between God and the devil that is confronting you. You are to stand and take your position for as long as it would take until you are justified. 

If man did not fall, there would be no need for us to be taught how to live by faith or how to be led by the Holy Spirit. When Adam fell, he lost everything that came with the blessing. This is why we have to be taught how to live correctly again. 

When Jesus came, He did not need to be taught how to be led by the Holy Spirit; He walked perfectly by the Holy Spirit because He did not partake in the fallen nature. Thus, the more we grow in redemption, the more the blessing manifests in our lives, the less we will need somebody to help us and the more we can move into a place where we can help other people. 

It does not please God that it should be the Pastor alone that can pray for the sick. God plans that there should not be anyone that is sick in the church. The believers laying hands on the sick should not be sick themselves. The earlier you get out of the rank of the sick and get into the rank of people that lay hands on the sick to recover, the faster you will be in fulfilling your destiny.

 

PRAYER: Dear Lord, I make a commitment to grow in redemption for the blessing of God to manifest in my life in Jesus name.

 

BIBLE IN A YEAR: Ezra 7:1-8:20, 1 Corinthians 4:1-21, Psalm 30:1-12, Proverbs 20:28-30

 

 

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