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Living In And By The Spirit

Living In And By The Spirit

Apostle Grace Lubega

Galatians 5:25 (KJV), If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.

Fellowship with God is in the spirit. The soul and the body are simply parts of you that aid this fellowship; they are not the central entities by which you relate with Him.

Life may get busy: the demands of work, ministry, school or marriage have the tendency to occupy both your mind and body. But, this should not prevent constant communion with God.

How then can you keep in continuous fellowship with God?

You do this by training your spirit to function in the realm of God even when your body and soul are engaged. This comes by meditation in the word.

When you do so, you will always be tuned to receive instruction from Him.

You won’t need to first pray for hours to open blind eyes, heal broken bones or to prophesy. You can do all this at any time and in any place because you are alive unto God.

FURTHER STUDY: Romans 8:13, Ephesians 6:18

GOLDEN NUGGET

Train your spirit to function in the realm of God even when your body and soul are engaged. This comes by meditation in the word.

PRAYER: Father, I thank you for the grace by which I am constantly in fellowship with you. I am alive unto you because I have learned how to live a yielded life. In every place, state and time, my spirit is ready to receive your instructions. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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When Your Days Are Numbered

Apostle Grace Lubega

Psalms 90:12 (KJV), So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.

As a child of God, you must allow Him to teach you to number your days.

What does it mean for your days to be numbered?

The numbering is not only in the sense that you will live for seventy, eighty or a hundred years. This may be a part of it.

More importantly, it means that every milestone of your destiny is clearly aligned in your spirit.

These milestones are the critical moments in your life in which God takes you from one level to another.

They will go as far as when you will start ministry; when you will meet certain key individuals from whom you must receive an impartation etc.

When your days are numbered, God takes you to the end of things to reveal the patterns you must follow.

As a minister of the gospel, when you return from such an experience, it is only to take people where you have been. That is called building a posterity.

We live our lives in the physical according to the testimony of our spiritual experiences.

FURTHER STUDY: Psalms 119:96, Ecclesiastes 3:11

GOLDEN NUGGET

We live our lives in the physical according to the testimony of our spiritual experiences.

PRAYER: Father, I am grateful for your Word. I carry the wisdom by which men number their days. My present is past because I have been to the end. I understand the milestones of my destiny and live accurately according to the pattern set out for me by the blue print of eternal purpose. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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In His Presence: Why We Pray

In His Presence: Why We Pray

Apostle Grace Lubega

Jeremiah 33:1-3(KJV), Moreover the word of the Lord came unto Jeremiah the second time, while he was yet shut up in the court of the prison, saying, Thus saith the Lord the maker thereof, the Lord that formed it, to establish it; the Lord is his name; Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.

God appeared to Jeremiah while he was in prison and instructed him thus, “Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.”

It was an easy thing for God to get him out of prison but, his chains were not the issue. His concern was that Jeremiah should pray that He (God) show him great and mighty things.

What does this teach us? When you go into the presence of God, forget your problems and hunger for the hidden things in Him.

Turn your eyes and ears to Him until the things of this world grow strangely deem: until any issue affecting your life becomes insignificant in the light of the great revelations He releases to your spirit.

What a blessing to be a steward of eternity’s greatest secrets.

FURTHER STUDY: Colossians 3:1, 2 Corinthians 4:18

GOLDEN NUGGET:
When you go into the presence of God, forget your problems and hunger for the hidden things in Him.

PRAYER: Father, I thank you for your instruction on prayer. I seek you for the things that are fenced in; the depths that define who you are; the great and mighty things that I do not know of. None of my circumstances can take me off this course. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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Of Finding The Word

Of Finding The Word

Apostle Grace Lubega

Proverbs 4:20-22 (KJV), My son, attend to my words; incline thine ear unto my sayings. Let them not depart from thine eyes; keep them in the midst of thine heart. For they are life unto those that find them, and health to all their flesh

Every time you listen to or study the Word is an opportunity to walk in the spirit.

This walk is a journey of discovery because His words “are life unto those that FIND them.”

David explained the experience of finding the word this way; “I rejoice at thy word, as one that findeth great spoil.” (Psalms 119:162).

He opened the Word and as he studied it, he discovered a beautiful truth or a new place in God and rejoiced as one who had found treasure.

This is a lesson to us on how to handle the Word. Don’t just read it.

Treat it as an adventure with the Holy Spirit through which you will discover great gems.

When you do so, His revelations will become pearls to you (Matthew 7:6). You will not trample on them or “rend to pieces” He who gave them to you.

You will always deeply honour the God who revealed His heart to you.

FURTHER STUDY: Job 23:12, Psalms 119:103

GOLDEN NUGGET: 

Everytime you listen to or study the Word is an opportunity to walk in the spirit. This walk is a journey of discovery.

PRAYER: Father, I thank you for your Word; the entirety of divine wisdom revealed to my spirit. I esteem it more than necessary food. It is sweeter to me than honey. In it, I discover countless treasures to which nothing material may be compared. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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Of Forms Of Godliness

Of Forms Of Godliness
  • Apostle Grace Lubega

    2 Timothy 3:5(KJV), Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.

    God is a Spirit (John 4:24). Any acts in worship and service to Him must primarily be in the spirit.

    Sometimes, things done in the soulish or fleshly realm are misunderstood to be done by the spirit man simply because they appear spiritual.

    These actions (which appear spiritual yet are not) are what the Bible calls “forms of godliness.”

    Forms of godliness are outward pretensions of ‘men under godly experiences,’ but without inward affirmations of the truths that yield the very experiences.

    For example, service to God may have a “form of godliness” if not done in spirit.

    Paul explains and says, “For God is my witness, whom I serve WITH MY SPIRIT in the gospel of his Son…”(Romans 1:9).

    People who serve with a “form of godliness” are what the Bible calls busy bodies (2 Thessalonians 3:11).

    Our theme scripture reveals that when you have a form of godliness, you deny the power of God and His Word.

    The power lies in the true experiences of the spirit with God.

    So, invest your spirit in everything you do in the gospel. That is the source of true worship and service to God.

    FURTHER STUDY: Romans 1:9, 2 Thessalonians 3:11

    GOLDEN NUGGET

    Forms of godliness are outward pretensions of ‘men under godly experiences,’ but without inward affirmations of the truths that yield the very experiences.

    PRAYER: Father, thank you for the power of the gospel. It is not just in the forms but in the experiences of the spirit. My spirit is invested in everything that I do. I worship, serve and pray with my spirit. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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    AB’ISHUSHO YO KWERA

    2 Timotewo 3:5 bafite ishusho yo kwera ariko bahakana imbaraga zako. Abameze batyo ujye ubatera umugongo.

    Imana ni umwuka (Yohana 4:24). Ibikorwa ibyo aribyo byose mu kuramya no kuyikorera bigomba kuba mbere na mbere mu mwuka.

    Ibihe bimwe, ibintu bikorwa mu mubiri tubyitiranya no kuba bikozwe n’umwuka kuko bigaragara nk’iby’umwuka.

    Ibi bikorwa(bigaragara nk’iby’umwuka kandi atari iby’umwuka)nibyo bibiliya yita “ishusho y’ubu Mana.”

    Ishusho y’ubu Mana ni ukwishushanya kw’abantu mu bihe by’ubu Mana, ariko bidafite kwemezwa kw’imbere kw’ukuri kuri muri ibyo bihe.

    Urugero, gukorera Imana bishobora kugira “Ishusho y’ubu Mana” iyo bitari mu mwuka.

    Pawulo arasobanura akavuga, “Kuko Imana ari umuhamya wanjye, uwo nkorera NI UMWUKA WANJYE mu butumwa bw’umwana wayo…” (Abaroma 1:9).

    Abantu bakorana “ishusho y’ubu Mana” nibyo bibiliya yita ba kazitereyemo (2 Abatesalonika 3:12).

    Icyanditswe twifashishije gihishura ko iyo ufite ishusho y’ubu Mana, wihakana imbaraga z’Imana n’ijambo ryayo.

    Imbaraga ziri mu bihe nyabyo by’umwuka n’Imana.

    Rero, shora umwuka wawe muri buri kintu ukora mu gakiza. Niyo soko yo kuramya mu kuri no mu gukorera Imana.

    IBINDI BYANDITSWE: Abaroma 1:9, 2 Abatesalonika 3:11

    ICYO WAKURAMO: Ishusho y’ubu Mana ni ukwishushanya kw’abantu mu bihe by’ubu Mana, ariko bidafite kwemezwa kw’imbere kw’ukuri kuri muri ibyo bihe.

    ISENGESHO: Data, urakoze ku bw’imbaraga z’agakiza. Nago ari mu ishusho gusa ariko no mu bihe by’umwuka. Umwuka wanjye uri muri buri cyose nkora. Ndaramya, ndakora ndetse nsengana umwuka wanjye. Mu izina rya Yesu. Amen

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    DES FORMES DE LA PIÉTÉ

    2 Timothée 3:5 (KJV) Ayant l’apparence de la piété, mais reniant ce qui en fait la force. Eloigne-toi de ces hommes-là.

    Dieu est un Esprit (Jean 4:24). Tout acte de culte et de service envers Lui doit être principalement dans l’esprit.

    Parfois, les choses faites dans le domaine de l’âme ou de la chair sont mal comprises par l’homme spirituel simplement parce qu’elles semblent spirituelles.

    Ces actions (qui semblent ne pas être spirituelles) sont ce que la Bible appelle des « formes de piété ».

    Les formes de piété sont des prétentions extérieures des « hommes sous des expériences pieuses », mais sans affirmations intérieures des vérités qui donnent les mêmes expériences.

    Par exemple, le service à Dieu peut avoir une « forme de piété » s’il n’est pas fait dans l’esprit.

    Paul explique et dit : « Car Dieu est mon témoignage, que je sers AVEC MON ESPRIT dans l’évangile de son Fils… » (Romains 1:9).

    Les gens qui servent avec une « forme de piété » sont ce que la Bible appelle des corps occupés (2 Thessaloniciens 3:11).

    Notre écriture révèle que lorsque vous avez une forme de piété, vous niez la puissance de Dieu et de Sa Parole.

    Le pouvoir réside dans les vraies expériences de l’esprit avec Dieu.

    Alors, investissez votre esprit dans tout ce que vous faites dans l’Évangile. C’est la source du vrai culte et du service à Dieu.

    ÉTUDE COMPLÉMENTAIRE : Romains 1:9, 2 Thessaloniciens 3:11

    PÉPITE D’OR : Les formes de piété sont des prétentions extérieures des « hommes sous des expériences pieuses », mais sans affirmations intérieures des vérités qui donnent les mêmes expériences.

    PRIÈRE : Père, merci pour la puissance de l’évangile. Ce n’est pas seulement dans les formes mais dans les expériences de l’esprit. Mon esprit est investi dans tout ce que je fais. J’adore, je sers et je prie avec mon esprit. Au nom de Jésus. Amen.

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In His Presence: Taught To Abide

In His Presence: Taught To Abide
  • Apostle Grace Lubega

    1 John 2:27(KJV), But the anointing which ye have received of him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you: but as the same anointing teacheth you of all things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in him.

    The primary ministry of the Holy Spirit is to teach you.

    The more He teaches you the more you abide in Him; the more you learn from Him, the deeper the desire for His presence, for “even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in him.”

    But how does the Spirit teach?

    His teaching and instructions start from the simplest issues of your life. It may be as basic as “make your bed…” “pick up that piece of paper you threw besides the trash can…” “call this sister and find out how she is doing…”

    The more faithful you are to these slight impressions of the Spirit, the more He trusts you with greater instructions.

    Exercise your spirit to respond to Him. As you grow, He will teach you greater things in God: how to demonstrate His power; how to heal disease; how to intercede for nations; how to draw multitudes. Praise Him!

    FURTHER STUDY: Romans 8:14, John 16:13

    GOLDEN NUGGET

    The more the Holy Spirit teaches you the more you abide in Him.

    PRAYER: Father, I thank you for the instruction of your Spirit. It causes me to be continuously present and alive unto you. I have a constant divine consciousness of who you are. My spiritual reflexes are sharpened and I respond to your every prompting. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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    MU KUBAHO KWAYO: KWIGISHWA KUGUMAYO

    1 Yohana 2:27  Kuko gusigwa mwasizwe na we kuguma muri mwe, ari cyo gituma mutagomba umuntu wo kubigisha, kandi nk’uko uko gusiga kwe kubigisha byose kukaba ari uk’ukuri atari ibinyoma, kandi nk’uko kwabigishije mube ari ko muguma muri we.

    Umurimo w’ibanze w’umwuka wera ni ukukwigisha.

    Uko akwigisha niko urushaho kuguma muri we; uko umwigiraho; niko urushaho gushaka kubaho kwe, kuko “uko akwigisha, uguma muri we.”

    Ariko ni gute akwigisha?

    Kwigisha n’amabwiriza ye bitangirira ku twuntu tw’ubuzima bwawe tworoheje. Bishobora kuba iby’ibanze nko kukubwira “sasa uburiri bwawe…” “tora kariya gapapuro wajugunye hirya ya poubelle…” “Hamagara uyu mushiki wawe umenye uko ameze…”

    Uko ukiranuka kuri utu tuntu duto tw’umwuka, niko akwizera akaguha amabwiriza akomeye kurushaho.

    Toza umwuka wawe kumwumvira. Uko ukura, azakwigisha ibintu bikomeye mu Mana: uko wagaragaza imbaraga ze; uko wakiza indwara; uko wakwingingira amahanga; uko wazana benshi iwe. Imana ishimwe!

    IBINDI BYANDITSWE: Abaroma 8:14, Yohana 16:13

    ICYO WAKURAMO: Uko Mwuka wera arushaho ku kwigisha niko urushaho kuguma muri we.

    ISENGESHO: Data, ngushimiye amabwiriza y’umwuka waer. Bituma nkomeza guhora mpari ndetse ndi muzima kuri wowe. Mfite ibyiyumviro by’ubu Mana by’uwo uriwe. Kubona kwanjye kuratyaye kandi numvira icyo umbwira cyose. Mu izina rya Yesu. Amen

  • Apôtre Grace Lubega

    EN SA PRÉSENCE : ENSEIGNÉ À DEMEURER

    1 Jean 2:27 (KJV) Pour vous, l’onction que vous avez reçue de lui demeure en vous, et vous n’avez pas besoin qu’on vous enseigne; mais comme son onction vous enseigne toutes choses, et qu’elle est véritable et qu’elle n’est point un mensonge, demeurez en lui selon les enseignements qu’elle vous a donnés.

    Le ministère principal du Saint-Esprit est de vous enseigner.

    Plus Il vous enseigne, plus vous demeurez en Lui ; plus vous apprenez de Lui, plus profond est le désir de Sa présence, car « comme il vous l’a enseigné, vous demeurerez en lui ».

    Mais comment l’Esprit enseigne-t-Il ?

    Son enseignement et Ses instructions partent des problèmes les plus simples de votre vie. C’est peut-être aussi simple que de « faire ton lit … » « prendre ce morceau de papier que tu as jeté à côté de la poubelle … » « appeller cette sœur et savoir comment elle va … »

    Plus vous êtes fidèle à ces légères impressions de l’Esprit, plus Il vous fait confiance avec de plus grandes instructions.

    Exercez votre esprit pour Lui répondre. En grandissant, Il vous enseignera de plus grandes choses en Dieu : comment démontrer Sa puissance ; comment guérir la maladie ; comment intercéder pour les nations ; comment dessiner des multitudes. Louons-Le!

    ÉTUDE COMPLÉMENTAIRE: Romains 8:14, Jean 16:13

    PÉPITE D’OR : Plus Il vous enseigne, plus vous demeurez en Lui.

    PRIÈRE : Père, je te remercie pour l’instruction de ton Esprit. Cela me fait être continuellement présent et vivant pour toi. J’ai une conscience divine constante de qui tu es. Mes réflexes spirituels sont aiguisés et je réponds à toutes tes demandes. Au nom de Jésus. Amen.

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Attend To The House Of God

Attend To The House Of God

Apostle Grace Lubega

Haggai 1:9 (KJV), Ye looked for much, and, lo, it came to little; and when ye brought it home, I did blow upon it. Why? saith the Lord of hosts. Because of mine house that is waste, and ye run every man unto his own house.

The gospel is the life of the Christian; any ambitions outside it, when weighed on the scales of divine purpose amount to nothing.

In John 15:5, our Lord said, “I am the vine and ye are the branches: He that abideth in me and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.”

What you do in this life only makes sense when you are in Him.

So, invest in the gospel and your personal spiritual growth because what you do within the boundaries of the gospel is what counts.

Paul explains it this way: He says in Romans 1:1, “Paul a servant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle, separated unto the gospel of God.”

The word for separated herein is “aphorizo” which means “set apart by boundary.”

He was set apart as an apostle to function entirely within the boundaries of the gospel.

You may not be a preacher like Apostle Paul or stand on the pulpit before multitudes to teach them.

But, even if you are a career person, be a career person set apart for the gospel; be a business person set apart for the gospel; be a professional set apart for the gospel.

Fix your priorities and attend to God’s house.

FURTHER STUDY: 2 Corinthians 12:15, 1 Corinthians 9:16

GOLDEN NUGGET

Invest in the gospel and your personal spiritual growth because what you do within the boundaries of the gospel is what counts.

PRAYER: God I thank you for the gospel; the good news by which many sons have been called to glory; the power of God unto salvation; the wisdom that brings the wisdom of this world to nothing. I honour it above all things: it is the center of my life and my priorities are fixed on it. It is my primary profession and in it, I serve with all diligence and faithfulness. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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Why we Preach the Grace: The Tongue of a Ready Writer

Why we Preach the Grace: The Tongue of a Ready Writer

Apostle Grace Lubega

Psalms 45:1-2 (KJV), My heart is inditing a good matter: I speak of the things which I have made touching the king: my tongue is the pen of a ready writer. Thou art fairer than the children of men: grace is poured into thy lips: therefore God hath blessed thee forever.

Grace has made your tongue as a pen of a ready writer, oh what a glory!!!

For such, you are fairer than the children of men and God has blessed you forever.

Meaning, because you have believed the message of His grace, you cannot be compared to they that are of this world.

God has done everything to make you outshine them.
His blessing upon your life is forever because of the message you have received.

There is no single day in your life that you will feel less blessed by God.

As a ready writer, simply keep “inditing good matters” regarding the riches of His grace.

Speak of that grace by which He became poor that you may be rich (2 Corinthians 8:9); speak of the righteousness that He imputed upon you (Galatians 3:6); speak of the divine health you live by. Speak grace!

FURTHER STUDY: Colossians 4:6, Acts 20:32

GOLDEN NUGGET:
Grace has made your tongue as a pen of a ready writer, oh what a glory!!!

PRAYER: Father, I thank you for the message of your grace. My lips are seasoned with salt and I minister grace to all my hearers. Because I have believed this message, I am fairer than the children of men, I increase in everything that I do and shine brighter every day. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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The Branded Spirit

Apostle Grace Lubega

2 Corinthians 3:2 (KJV),Ye are our epistle written in our hearts, known and read of all men:

There is a place in the spirit realm for you to be known and read by all men.

The Bible says that you are known and read but it did not limit you on how you are read. You determine how you are read by branding your spirit.

What does it mean to brand your spirit? It is to make yourself appear to men like you ought to appear to them; to be perceived in light of the Word of God.

For example, if you believe that you are the world’s greatest in a call, or profession, people must see you as such.

How do you do this? Act like you are before you become.

Paul explains what becomes of a branded spirit when he asks; “Do we begin again to commend ourselves? or need we, as some others, epistles of commendation to you, or letters of commendation from you?” (2 Corinthians 3:1).

A branded spirit needs no “formal introduction.”

It means that you do not need anyone to first convince others regarding your true worth and value before they hear you.

When you appear for an interview, the panel will know that it is you they need for the job; when you appear for a business meeting, men will look to you as the answer to their questions; when you go to nations to preach the gospel, the people before whom you will stand will know that you have their solution.

You are a child of the spirit, your star is up, polished and radiating glory. Hallelujah!

FURTHER STUDY: Isaiah 60:3, Matthew 5:16

GOLDEN NUGGET:
A branded spirit needs no formal introduction: you do not need men to first convince others regarding your true worth and value before they hear you.

PRAYER: Father, I thank you because my spirit is branded. It has the distinction of what I desire to be perceived as. Men read me as rich, wise, strong, full of grace and truth. I have commended myself to the consciences of men and need no other commendation. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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In His Presence: The Glory in Prayer

In His Presence: The Glory in Prayer
  • Apostle Grace Lubega

    James 5:17-18 (KJV), Elias was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months. And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit.

    There is a kind of glory that settles upon your spirit because of your degree of prayer.

    The degree of prayer is not measured by how long you pray but by the intensity, earnestness and fervency of your prayer.

    How does this glory operate? We see it function in the life of Elijah the Prophet.

    The Book of James says that he prayed “that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months.”

    However, in 1 Kings 17:1, the Bible reveals that he declared, “As the Lord God of Israel liveth, before whom I stand, there shall not be dew nor rain these years, but ACCORDING TO MY WORD.”

    Elijah did not spend hours in the presence of God asking Him to withhold rain.

    What happened in the spirit was that he prayed until he attained a place in God where he could decree something and it is established.

    It means that prayer elevates you to levels of influence in the spirit by which you function in the wisdom of God called “phronesis.”

    This wisdom called “phronesis” enables you to determine the mode of action in any decision you take while beholding the end in sight.

    Make a deliberate decision to spend time in the presence of God.

    Prayer allows you to walk in a realm of glory where you can change the unchangeable at your Word. Hallelujah!

    FURTHER STUDY: James 5:16, Ephesians 6:18

    GOLDEN NUGGET

    There is a kind of glory that settles upon your spirit because of your degree of prayer.

    PRAYER: Father, I thank you for this wisdom. I am mantled by the spirit of prayer. I am propelled to a deeper place in you by which I carry authority to plant and uproot; to decree and to establish; to build and to break. Nothing I declare can fail. Everything I decree must come to pass. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

  • Apôtre Grace Lubega

    DANS SA PRÉSENCE : LA GLOIRE EN PRIÈRE

    Jacques 5:17-18 (KJV) Elie était un homme de la même nature que nous: il pria avec instance pour qu’il ne plût point, et il ne tomba point de pluie sur la terre pendant trois ans et six mois. 18Puis il pria de nouveau, et le ciel donna de la pluie, et la terre produisit son fruit.

    Il y a une sorte de gloire qui s’installe sur votre esprit à cause de votre degré de prière.

    Le degré de prière n’est pas mesuré par combien de temps vous priez mais par l’intensité, le sérieux et la ferveur de votre prière.

    Comment fonctionne cette gloire ? Nous voyons cela fonctionner dans la vie d’Elie le Prophète.

    Le livre de Jacques dit qu’il a prié « pour qu’il ne pleuve pas ; et il n’a pas plu sur la terre en l’espace de trois ans et six mois ».

    Cependant, dans 1 Rois 17: , la Bible révèle qu’il a déclaré : « Comme le Seigneur, le Dieu d’Israël, est devant moi, il n’y aura pas de rosée ni de pluie pendant ces années, mais SELON MA PAROLE. »

    Elie n’a pas passé des heures en présence de Dieu Lui demandant de retenir la pluie.

    Ce qui est arrivé dans l’esprit c’est qu’il a prié jusqu’à ce qu’il ait atteint une place en Dieu où il pouvait décréter quelque chose et il est établi.

    Cela signifie que la prière vous élève à des niveaux d’influence dans l’esprit par lequel vous travaillez dans la sagesse de Dieu appelée « phronesis ».

    Cette sagesse appelée « phronesis » vous permet de déterminer le mode d’action dans toute décision que vous prenez en voyant la fin en vue.

    Prendre une décision délibérée de passer du temps en présence de Dieu.

    La prière vous permet de marcher dans un royaume de gloire où vous pouvez changer l’immuable à votre Parole. Alléluia !

    ÉTUDE COMPLÉMENTAIRE : Jacques 5:16, Ephésians 6:18

    PÉPITE D’OR : Il y a une sorte de gloire qui s’installe sur votre esprit à cause de votre degré de prière.

    PRIÈRE : Père, je te remercie pour cette sagesse. Je suis enveloppé par l’esprit de prière. Je suis propulsé dans un endroit plus profond en toi par lequel je porte l’autorité de planter et de déraciner ; décréter et établir ; construire et casser. Rien que je déclare ne peut échouer. Tout ce que je décrète doit arriver. Au nom de Jésus. Amen.

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