Make Every Moment Count
I have often heard people say in my walk “It don’t take all that”! My faith in God tells me, it takes all that and then some more. Spending time with God is the most important thing you can do in your day. One moment with Jesus can change your life. It can change the course of your day. If you rise early to pray you can stop demonic influences from taking your day in a different direction (Exodus 14:24). You can literally re-route demons. Spending time with The Lord is a valuable offering of one’s self and it is a sacrifice. It’s saying to God, “I know what my plans are but I want to do it your way”. It’s saying “I don’t know what is around the corner, but I know you are all knowing” (Psalm 139:1-6). It is also saying, bottom line, “I love you more than anything or anyone. You are important to me”.
Spending time with Jesus is telling Him you love Him and you want more of Him. Taking this time will transform your life. You can stop the enemy from attacking your children, touching your finances, and break off generational curses. Spending time with The Lord does all of that. It ushers in His Presence and you can see His glory. Spending time with The Father can cause you to experience His love, like never before.
Don’t miss out on the free opportunity to experience everything great. There is no greater time you can spend. This time with Him will enrich you. It will inspire you. Time with The Lord will teach you, train you, and guide you to levels you can only imagine. God will take you places in The Spirit. Spending time with Him can be like having a passport and going on an adventure. Letting go and letting God is a great way to describe how spending time with Him, can be. Letting go, means to trust Him, to take you where no man can. Come out of religiosity. It is about you, trusting in the move of The Holy Spirit, knowing God is in control. What are you waiting for, go for it! He is waiting…….
Verse of the Day: “Very early in the morning, while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house and went off to a solitary place, where he prayed.” – Mark 1:35