Affirmation: Wherever I go, and to wherever my influence extends, I bring the Kingdom of God into that place.
Under the unction and anointing of the Holy Spirit there comes a divine release as you are propelled forward into God's plan and destiny. As you take a "leap of faith" out of the nest of comfort and familiarity, you launch out into the deep. --- Am I willing to leave behind everything? - Matt Sorger
Are you ready? God has need of you. It is time to become a walking God-encounter for others. Stir up your faith, soak in His peace, and release it to your neighborhood as situations present themselves. Inhale His love and exhale His peace, for what you allow Him to do in you, He will release through you. - Julia Loren
"The river of God is full of water; thou providest their grain, for so thou has prepared it. Thou waterest its ridges abundantly, settling its ridges, softening it with showers, and blessing its growth." - Psalm 65:9,10
God will fill your river! Tell yourself that your river is full!. Lift your hands and cry out, "Lord, soak me!" When He soaks you with His rain, you'll see Him do things for you that you could never do for yourself. Your paths will drip with abundance and His rain will drop on the pastures of the wilderness in your life, empowering you to spring forth, bud, blossom and bring forth much fruit to the glory of the Kingdom. (v.11) - Keith Miller
You have been prepared for a harvest, gathered in by arms of compassion. You have been comforted by the Lord so you may disciple others, loving them to life. - Patricia King
Affirmation: I present my body as a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is my reasonable service.
We are called to walk as sons of God to bring the atmosphere of the Kingdom with us wherever we go. Settling for anything less will almost be boring to us, as we learn the exhilarating lifestyle to partner with God in our dreams to transform the culture around us for Jesus. - Munday Martin
The best thing we can do is find that place with Him where we are living moment to moment in sensitivity to the Holy Spirit. - John Belt
"There is no difference between Jew and Gentile, for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and all are justified freely by His grace through the redemption that came by Christ Jesus." Romans 3:22-24
When the enemy accuses you, remember Romans 3:24. This verse gives you the perfect defense against his words that seemingly prove your guilt. You are justified freely by the Blood of Jesus Christ that has redeemed you! Even the enemy knows the truth, but he wants to hurt you through guilt, grief and his deceptions. God's redemption does not have an expiration date. - K. Pelton
We dwell on the Healer, Jesus, and give Him glory for setting people free inside and outside. Sometimes people tend to complicate a simple matter. Let your faith be child-like and you will receive a grown-up healing. - Al Thomas
Affirmation: He has chosen me in Him before the foundation of the world, that I should be holy and without blame before Him in love.
We serve a God who talks. And when we hear what He is saying, it brings life to our bones, and strength to our spirit man. - Steve Sampson
"Adoration" is the spontaneous yearning of the heart to worship, honor, magnify, and bless God. We ask for nothing but to cherish Him. We seek nothing but his exaltation. We focus on nothing but His goodness. In the prayer of adoration we love God for Himself, for His very being, for His radiant Joy. - Richard Foster
Proverbs 3:5-6 - "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways think on Him, and He will direct your steps."
We have to understand things from His perspective, otherwise we will become anxious, critical and full of fear, which results in torment. God said He would keep us in perfect peace when we keep our minds on Him (Isaiah 26:3). - C. McGill
We pray feebly because we live feebly. The stream of prayer cannot rise higher than the fountain of living. We simply cannot talk to God, strongly, intimately, and confidently unless we are living for him, faithfully and truly. - E. M. Bounds