GOING OUT AS BEFORE-5
Judges 16:20 “And she said The Philistines be upon thee, Samson. And he awoke out of his sleep, and said I will go out as at other times before, and shake myself. And he wist not that the LORD was departed from him.”
Beloved, the spiritual controls the physical, take your spiritual life serious. Give it the commitment it requires. Achieving your dreams and climbing up the echelon of success is not as important as staying there. Don’t rise and fall, rise and continue rising.
I know you might be reading this and telling yourself this is not for me because of the demand of my job; I use to think like that too until I saw these:
Psalms 55:17 “Evening, and morning, and at noon, will I pray and cry aloud and he shall hear my voice.”
Psalms 119:164 “Seven times a day do I praise thee because of thy righteous judgments.”
The man that wrote that was a Shepherd, King, Musician, Ruler, Judge, Soldier, Husband, Father and military General! No wonder he fought sixty six battles and lost none. His spiritual life was so strong, the devil couldn’t handle him in the physical.
When I saw his intimidating credential, I knew I don’t have any good enough excuse not to do well spiritually. David goes to church like none of his predecessors. He “squeezes” out time seven times a day to even praise and worship God.
Friend, I’m sure of one thing, you’re not as busy as David so why are you not a worshipper like him? David might not physically have the strength of Samson but he sure won more battles because he had more spiritual resources than the “strong man”.
Strength is not about muscle, it’s all about your relationship with the Creator of heaven and earth. Never forget that!
Beloved, before you go out each day, check the “hair” on your head! Look in the mirror of the word. Enter into the secret place; speak to your Father and don’t leave until you have instructions and directions for the day.
Don’t ever become familiar with your spiritual activities and assignment, Selah!
Love you BiG
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