26 August 2022: DEALING WITH SYMPTOMS SCRIPTURALLY (4) – Romans 4:19; Hebrews 12: 1-3

The devil usually operates through suggestions. The devil will come through suggestions using your symptoms by saying, “Feel your body. Do you think you are okay?” or “If you say God answered you why do things continue the way they’ve been?” Picture a tree that has been uprooted but the leaves are still growing. The truth however is that the leaves that are growing only appear to be alive but they are no more alive. In the same way, when you prayed to God, the problem was dealt with.

The symptom is just an appearance of life that will dry off after some time if you don’t give up your stand of faith.

Other practical steps to take are highlighted below:

5. Maintain a close and respectful relationship with the anointed in your life – Genuine connections with anointed relationships will help you stay sharp to the Holy Spirit. This will help you to stay focused on Jesus.

6. Allow the fruit of the spirit to grow in your life (Gal. 5:22-23) – Allow the Holy Spirit to develop strength of character in you while waiting for your physical manifestation through the fruits of the Spirit.

7. Reduce negative passion – Negative passion produces no spiritual sensitivity. Anger, bitterness, offences, and unforgiveness will always come as far as we are in this world. Their goal is to dry up your spiritual sensitivity and your sensitivity is one of the critical weapons for your success and victories in life.

PRAYER: Lord, help me to keep my attention on You always amid contrary pieces of evidence in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Job 20:1-22:30; 2 Corinthians 1:1-11; Psalm 40:11-17; Proverbs 22:2-4

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