Changes come into our lives in two ways: accidents and decisions. ‘Accident-brought-changes’ are changes that happen as a result of someone else’s decision affecting your personal life. Accidents bring changes, but if the bulk of the changes in your life are brought on by problems or accidents, you are not likely to go far in life.

It is for this reason that God wants the changes in your life to come as a result of decisions that He gives you through the Holy Ghost – to put current truths, advanced facts, and inside information at your disposal. No man has the information God has for you in the Holy Spirit; not even the devil. Only God knows it and He gives you so as to position you at a place of advantage in the future.

If the bulk of your decisions are happening because of the accurate decisions that you have taken, then your journey will be forward and upward. The Bible says, ‘The path of the just is like a shining light that shineth more and more until the perfect day’ (Proverbs 4:18).

To walk in the reality of this, you must graduate to a place that the Holy Ghost is the One guiding you.

The Bible describes meekness as having the frame of mind that accepts that the decisions of God are in one’s best interests even when you do not understand them. It is a state of mind that reasons like this, ‘I do not understand Your plan but I trust You and I am going to submit to your decision’ – this is what meekness means. Being meek does not equal being weak.

PRAYER: Lord, I receive an impartation of the spirit of meekness and pray for a heart that obeys the guidance of the Holy Spirit in my daily affairs in Jesus’ name. Amen.

Ezekiel 47:1-48:35; 1 Peter 2:11-3:7; Psalm 119:49-64; Proverbs 28:12-13
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