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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Not Yesterday or Tomorrow BUT TODAY!

Week 48, 2014

Rick Joyner
         Jesus was crucified between two thieves—yesterday and tomorrow. One of these was in bondage to his past—things he had done. The other was in bondage to the future—asking Jesus to remember Him when He came into His kingdom. While on the cross, Jesus honored the second thief’s amazing faith but corrected his understanding. He said, “Today you will be with Me in Paradise.” Many can only see Jesus in the past, the biblical, historical Jesus. Others focus almost entirely on His coming again. Yet to see Him as He is, we must see Him TODAY. His name is not “I was,” or “I will be,” but “I AM.” Yesterday no longer exists and neither does tomorrow. The only thing we truly have to live in is the present, and that is where we must see Him and walk with Him.

         I appreciate the wristbands that say, “What would Jesus do?” I wore one for years and still try to apply it to my life, but I think what we really need is one that says, “What is Jesus doing?” So an ultimate question should be, “What is the Lord doing in the world today?” Are we a part of this? If not, why not?

         A second ultimate question would be, “What is the Lord doing in my life today?” This really needs to be asked before asking the previous question. The Lord is doing many things in the world today, and no one is capable of being a part of them all, but we should understand them and know where we fit in.

         When the Spirit is first mentioned in Scripture, He is moving. I have never found a verse that says He has stopped. Therefore, to walk with the Lord in the present almost always involves being part of a movement. A movement is moving, going somewhere. This is the nature of the word of life—it is a river, not a lake or a pond. A river is moving, going somewhere.

         Where are we going in our spiritual lives?

I have finished my morning chores. The animals are all fed, the chickens are roaming in the newly fallen snow and I am in my comfy chair reading the desire of my heart, words of God. This Rick Joyner devotional is a weekly email sent to my inbox. Often I feel moved by the words Rick shares and today's devotional is no exception. It really is, for me, another confirmation about waiting on what Father has in store for me to do to further His Kingdom. It is not about yesterday or tomorrow but what He is doing today; what I am doing for Him today...

While I wait I will praise and glorify Him. 


Monday, November 24, 2014

Season of Waiting

It’s November 24! I am sitting in my quiet home looking out the window watching the birds flutter to and fro from the bare tree to the bird feeder. The snow is melting off of the roof in steady drops and I can’t believe that 2014 is almost done.

My kids have one more week of school before their final exams and I have made it thus far without them constantly around me.

I have been searching and seeking the will of Father for my life. Reading His Word, praying for guidance and just soaking in His wonderful presence forever waiting and waiting for Him to reveal to me what it is He would now have me do. There isn’t a day that goes by that I am not looking to Him to see if He is ready to show me His plan.

Habakkuk 2:1-2 ESV
I will take my stand at my watchpost
and station myself on the tower,
and look out to see what he will say to me,
and what I will answer concerning my complaint.

And the LORD answered me:
“Write the vision;
make it plain on tablets,
so he may run who reads it.

I am content right here in the center of His presence waiting on Him for His timing.

On another note, this prayer ministry is still on the go. I may be quiet here on blogger but my Facebook page is still very active. Please feel free to join me in intercession over there.

Blessings in Christ Jesus.