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Finding the Divine Nature of Absolute Authority

Most often I sat and pondered how to make a difference without exposing to the community, family, friends and associates my total vision, while making an imprint within this society that promotes leadership and spiritual growth. I think this is the ideal moment. Let's see what we will do.

To begin this ministry, additional writings will be listed below. These writings were developed over a period of years, and influenced by the power of the Holy Spirit. These writings represent years of spiritual displacement and also recovery from the desires of this world that tend to impede spirituality.

I guess it would be proper to say that my faith is spiritual. These writings will display what my faith entails as the revelation is exposed to the world why we are here, and what is the intent from God in the beginning.

To understand the initial intent we must first understand the 3in1 Principle, (Trinity) and the many sided personalities within the function of His divine and absolute purpose.

First we must understand that everything God created came in opposites and pairs. This polarization is necessary for the existence of predestined purpose. Without the opposing factors there would be no struggles and man would not have to put forth effort to be successful or create achievement of any kind.

We can either blame Adam and Eve, or we can realize that God has an ultimate intent and predestined His purpose in the beginning. I will try to draft out this fact by identifying some of the many sided characteristics of His design and His order of absolute divine authority. This will not be easy to do. My feeble approach to express the ultimate intent may lead you to a better understanding. I hope you find more to share with others after you discover His purpose.

We must first understand the unique positions of the Trinity. Let's do this by forming a triangle with the horizontal portion at the top and the angled point positioned on the bottom portion of the triangle.

Three persons make up this triangle. These will be: God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. We will begin with the position at the top and label this position as God. On the right side of the triangle we will position Jesus, and on the left side of the triangle we will position the Holy Spirit.

Each of these positions have specific roles. These will be: Authority, Obedience, and Purpose. The position of Authority would be considered the divine role of God, Obedience, the divine role of Jesus, and Purpose would be considered the divine role of the Holy Spirit.

We can also be more specific and recognize the other attributes to these three positions. The position of Authority would represent divine Order and Absolutes, the position of Obedience, divine Reverence and Honor, while the position of Purpose will represent Predestined Will, all from, by, with, for, and because of the glory of God. These are just a few of the attributing factors of the Trinity. Because of His infinite existence and it being impossible to list all of these, we will work with the most important factors to realize the utmost importance of God's Ultimate Intent.

To better grasp the intent we will begin this exercise of interchanging the positions. Instead of God we will use Authority, in place of Jesus we will replace with Obedience, and in the place of the Holy Spirit we will say Purpose, all of which are from, by, with, for, and because of the glory of God. We can also interchange the word phrase/es. By practicing the replacement of these positions and attributing word phrase/es during the reading of the Word of God we come to a better understanding and experience more of the knowledge of God and His Ultimate Intent.

A Word on Prophecy

It appears that many have detoured away from the original meaning of "prophecy" as was intended in the beginning within the scriptures.

Many have devised interpretations of our own; whiles others are followers of the terms from whom they feel worthy. There are many forms of literature flung out at us. To rely on the scriptures is more than enough information and we know the scripture as being fulfilled by the power of the Holy Spirit predestined by God.

Prophecy is the God breathed "Word of God", nothing more or nothing less. It is the predestined "Will" of God. "Neglect not the gift that is within thee by prophecy" 1Timothy 4:14. The gift is authorized and obeyed. There is no variance. It is Absolute Divine Authority predestined by Obedience to do the Will and purpose of God. To prophecy is to make utterance of what is the Will and Purpose of God. "All scripture is given by inspiration of God" II Timothy 3:16. It is not speech in tongues, fortune telling, prediction of the future, reading of the mind, physic, or anything such. It is spiritual, by and which define the attributes of God to carry out His predesignated purpose.

It was not intended for us to get caught up in the physical aspects used in the scriptures. The material things disclosed were only intended to attract our attention to the spiritual. Our focus on the "Greater Works" should be in alignment with the "Will of God", and all these things will be added" Matthew 6:33. We are seeking to know by means of the senses of natural man. Jesus teaches us to seek by means of what is spiritual and eternal.

It is the spiritual experience with God which interpret and make utterance of those symbolical images used to describe various events. Jesus used this type of teaching in His parables. This ability is gifted to those of whom God predestined before the foundation of the world, as it is and forever was.

As we read the message to follow, the poetic words and songs that follows this introduction, it is suggested we will use these methods along with our reading. This will enable us to grasp and understand the ultimate intent and powerful Purpose of God.

 

The Works of Jesus

Message inspired from from John Chapter 14: "Let Not Your Heart Be troubled" Part. 1

Jesus says' "You believe in God, believe ye also in Me. In my Fathers house are many mansions if it were not so I would have told you, I go to prepare a place for you." John 14: 1-2

Jesus is offering an invitation to heaven while He also makes a promise. He is offering comfort and assurance. He says, "Don't be troubled, don't be anxious, don't be nervous, and don’t worry. You believe in God, believe also in Me, In My Fathers house are many mansions, there is much room for you to dwell. I go to prepare a place for you." Jesus is speaking to His disciples. He is telling His disciples He is going to depart from them. He is looking ahead to this future mission on the cross. While preparing the disciples for this departure, He is promising them with assurance that there is no need to worry, what He is about to undertake is His Fathers will. It is to the disciples benefit that He departs from them physically. Yes, first He has to accomplish the physical mission, after the physical accomplishment or departure, the second promise. Jesus confirmed this second promise after His resurrection when He invited the disciples to dine with Him. So we can say, Jesus accomplished this first (two fold) mission. Accomplishing His first mission as physical, and the second mission spiritual, both were being fulfilled as He promised. At the same time, reassuring the disciples they had no need to worry. This is what the Father sent Him to do. Jesus said, "I must die first! This was a process of preparation in the disciple’s behalf. He follows the promise with another promise. "I will come again, and receive you unto myself, that where I am, you will be also." We can safely say that Jesus is acting out physically what He is to do for us spiritually. It is like an advance check for what He will accomplish spiritually for us, a confirmation. So we must first die as Christ did also. When Jesus speaks of dwelling places He is speaking of abodes, places to live or abide. Jesus is speaking in a sense that we must understand to believe that He means completeness or wholeness. In other words, communion with the Holy Father is accomplished by the believer through Jesus in His first preparation, after He descended, and then in His second preparation, after He ascended back into heaven. The flesh then became spiritual. So we can safely say His resurrection from the physical made preparation for the spiritual resurrection, whereby, we have access to the Fathers throne. This preparation being verified in action first, in that we have witnesses (His disciples) to the physical act of salvation, which points us to the dismantling of the flesh. The disciples had the physical privilege, evidence of what Jesus would do for us spiritually. Jesus says, "There is much room.", just as He has overcome we through his own preparation for us can also become over comers. Why? Because Jesus says, “There is much room for our prayers. In other words we have a direct line of communication with the Holy Father through the Son right now! Access to heaven! While we await His final return, Jesus made this provision for us. Glory to God! Jesus says, "If I go to prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you unto myself. Here a twofold promise is given. One He made to the disciple and the latter for the believers and His final return. Remember Jesus already accomplished this mission with His disciples, and tarried with them before His ascension, only this time, He left His advance check so to speak. Again, this time it isn't physical, it is spiritual. It isn't death, it is life eternal. Jesus left His Holy Spirit, assurance that where He was they could be also. Jesus tells them, "Ye already know the way!", because of the time He spent with them. The disciples experienced a close physical relationship as His witness's. So Jesus makes another promise; "I will come again!", a promise yet to be fulfilled. "I will receive you unto myself that where (I am) you may be also!" This is a spiritual experience, no longer physical. Therefore we know we are also included in this final reception. "Glory to God!" How do we get there? By access to the throne in the Fathers house through prayer, we keep Holy Communion with the Father through Jesus' own provision, understanding what His will is, and being directed by the Word. Without the Word it is difficult to know the will of the Holy Father. The Holy Spirit does not function apart from the Word, therefore it is impossible to have full knowledge of the will of the Holy Father if we lack knowledge of the Word. We know that "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God." Johns 1:1 There is a strong indication that while Jesus is preparing, or has prepared a place for us, the Holy Spirit is preparing our hearts. Reading the Word make it much more possible for the Holy Spirit to function, therefore the believer is prompted more by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit to read and observe the Word while the Holy Spirit prepares our hearts for Jesus. Jesus says, "There is much room!" in His Fathers house. He says, "There are many dwelling places!" He is talking about us, this also having a two fold meaning, both being physical and spiritual. It is the spiritual experience He directs are attention to. Our bodies are temporal, they will pass away. It is a spiritual experience! Glory to God! As we read in Revelation, where John describes the heavenly places, he uses "streets of gold", and "precious stones" to convey to us the spiritual worth or value of eternal life as being something to treasure, something to long for, something to be excited about, or something to share with others. As Believers, we know heaven is a spiritual experience. We experience this faith while we pray. If we have this evidence while in our physical state, we know we also must die first as Christ did and become resurrected into a spiritual state. We are reminded of this spiritual death in Romans of chapter eight, as Paul explains to us this physical death. Here we read about the conflict between the spirit and the flesh, the emphasis or advice to be led by the spirit as we die to the desires of the flesh, becoming more controlled by the Holy Spirit. There is a certain death to sin, a separation, or a circumcision, sanctification that is led and controlled by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. If it is more important for us to be led and controlled by the Holy Spirit to conquer the sin that dwells within our hearts while in our physical state here on earth, and not allow sin to have dominion over us, in speaking on the desires of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, the lust of the world, the lust of the senses, if the emphasis is placed on the dismantling of the desires of the flesh, would we still be inclined to believe heaven is a physical experience? Jesus goes on to say, "I am the way, the truth and the life, no man cometh to the Father but by Me!" In other words, to get into My Fathers house, you have to go through me. To gain access into My Fathers throne, you have to go through me. Jesus says, "If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also, from now on you know Him and have seen Him!", (You are looking at him! ), all we have is the words of Jesus, but the disciples had the physical privilege to witness Him in the flesh. "I am", a divine form of God speaking or being directly involved in what is being said or done. Jesus says, "Believeth not that I am in the Father and the Father in me, the words that I speak I speak not of myself, but the Father that dwelleth in me he doeth the works". The word dwelleth. Hmm! if Jesus is in the Father and the Father in Him, this has to be a spiritual experience, and not the physical. Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father in me, or... in other words, "You are my witnesses, you have been with me seeing the works, verily, verily, I say unto you, the works that you see me do you will do also, and greater works than these you will do because I go to the Father!" to prepare a place for you. It is in the first portion of John 14. Jesus says, "You believe in God believe ye also in me, in my fathers house there is much room, many places to dwell", IN THE SPIRIT! We cannot help but realize the twofold meaning to this passage. Many of us overlook this point. We are sitting on our talents and gifts, failing to be true disciples, waiting for that blessed hope when Jesus makes His final return therefore missing the true blessings of our salvation, and Jesus is assuring us that we have a place in His Fathers house that can be utilized today, right now in heaven, His Fathers house, by access of the Fathers throne through prayer. Glory to God! Through the knowledge of His word we develop a personal spiritual relationship, a close love relationship fueling the Holy Spirit that indwells us. That flame continues to burn within us thereby we gain knowledge and experience on how to pray and what to pray for. So, let not your heart be troubled, always pray in the spirit and in the body of Jesus Christ, that He continues to lead us and guide us in the work of advancing the Kingdom of God, for this is the will of God. This is seeking the things of the Kingdom by the righteousness of Jesus; we being justified by faith will delight to pray all the time in the Spirit and in the Body of Jesus Christ. This is a spiritual experience! Glory to God!

Let not your Heart be troubled!

 

 

Jesus now invites you into heaven. Pray with me: "Jesus I come to you a sinner. I want a personal love relationship with you. Come into my heart and glorify me, that I may also glorify you. For this is the will of God. AMEN

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 Sharing His Love... "The Works of Jesus" music genre: Progressive Gospel House

Contributing Artists: Frank Warrick, and "Trig-G" Star Block Productions

The Works of Jesus

 

Message inspired from from John Chapter 14: "Let Not Your Heart Be troubled" Part. 2

Jesus makes another promise. "If you ask anything in my name I will do it!" This promise comes with a condition. "If you love me, keep my commands!" John 14: 14-15

Jesus went to the Father and is seated on the right hand of the throne where He intercedes and intercepts our prayers. Jesus came down from the throne in obedience to the Father, showed us how to pray before He suffered and died for us on the cross. After He Himself overcame sin, death and hell, after the cross and from the grave, help us to become living examples for others, even through our prayers. This is what glorifies the Father through the Son. Seeing evidence of His Holy Spirit at work within us, and working in our lives toward completeness. “That the Father may be glorified on the Son!” Asking in Jesus' name, is asking in the will of the Father, as asking in the will of the father is asking in Jesus' name. Whatsoever glorifies the Father in the Son, is asking in Jesus' name. Jesus makes another promise. "If you ask anything in my name I will do it!" This promise comes with a condition. "Keep my commands!" Johns 14:15 Trusting and relying in obedience to Christ is a prerequisite to asking. So, we can say it is important to study the Word. This is the fuel of the Holy Spirit. Jesus goes on to say, "If you love me you will keep my commands, and I will pray with you in your behalf to the Father and He will send you another comforter, that He may abide with you forever, (eternally) even the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive because the world seeth Him not, but you see Him because He dwelleth with you and will be in you!" In other words, don’t forget my promises, believe, trust, depend and rely on them and I will pray to the Father. We can see the twofold promise. First to the disciples and then to His devoted people, which is the body of Christ. His departure and return is also twofold, first physical, and then spiritual. First from heaven, then from earth, this pattern set for us to follow first on earth then in heaven. This is a spiritual experience! Baptism by the Holy Spirit is a spiritual experience. Jesus says, "At that day ye shall know that I am in My Father and ye in Me and I in you!" (Again, spiritually) "He that has My commandments and keepeth them he it is that loveth me, and he that loveth me shall be loved of my Father and I will love him and will manifest myself (my will) to him". “If a man love Me he will Keep my words and my Father will love him and we will make our abode with him, or we will dwell with him” Jesus is making to us a promise while inviting us into His fathers house. He tells us and the disciples (twofold) “These things have I spoken unto you yet present with you, but the comforter which is the Holy Spirit which the Father will send in my name, He will teach you all things and bring all things to your remembrance whatsoever I have said unto you. As we look into the sixth chapter of Mathews and refer to the “Lords Prayer”, the first opening verse begins with “OUR”, “Our Father  which art in heaven hallowed be thy name.” The Bible does not say “My Father”, and note Jesus directs us to the will of the Father immediately in His teachings, not only in heaven but on earth as well. “The comforter which is the Holy Spirit will teach you all things and bring all things to your remembrance whatsoever I have aid unto you!” Remember, in my Fathers house are many mansions, many rooms, many places to dwell. My Fathers house is the body of Christ, the Church! It is a spiritual experience! So Pray in the Spirit and in the Body of Jesus Christ always! Often!, All the time! Ephesians Chapter six, verse twelve says; “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities and darkness of this world.” Jesus says in John 16:32, “Be of good cheer I have overcome the world.” Ephesians 6 continues with, (Amplified Version) “…against spiritual wickedness in high places. Wherefore take unto you the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to stand in the evil day having done all to stand, stand ye therefore having your lions gird about with truth and having on the breastplate of righteousness and your feet shod with the preparation of the Gospel of peace. Above all taking the shield of faith wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked. And take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the spirit, THE SWORD OF THE SPIRIT! Which is the Word of God, praying always “IN THE SPIRIT!” (“IT IS A SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE!”) …praying always in the Spirit and watching there unto with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints! In other words, OUR Father, give US this day OUR daily bread. This is effectual prayer, prayer that will certainly advance the Kingdom. Paul reminds us to pray ALWAYS this way. This is unity at work in the Spirit of Jesus and in the Body of Christ, the Church, the Fathers house with many mansions, many places to dwell inside the Body of Christ, many dwelling places. “IT IS A SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE!”  “Glory to God!” He will make His abode with us! I in you and you in me, dwelling in the house of the Holy Father through Jesus’ own provisions, through prayer. These are the many dwelling places Jesus speaks about, the many mansions in the Fathers house. When we think of mansions we think of somewhere to live, abide, or abode. There is a twofold meaning to this also. Somewhere to dwell, full of treasures, like John described in Revelation, the heavenly places, “streets of gold”, gold so pure it is transparent, “pure as glass”. John used the physical experience to describe a spiritual experience of his vision, eternal life being something to treasure. Jesus says, “Therefore take no thought saying what shall we eat, or what shall we drink, or wherewithal shall we be clothed. For these are the things that the gentiles seek, (the worldly people) the ungodly, the unbeliever. For your heavenly Father knoweth that you have need of all these things, but seek ye first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added unto you!” SEEK YE THE WILL OF GOD! Seek Jesus Christ (…in my Fathers house) praying always in the spirit and in the body of Jesus Christ, “and all these things will be added unto you!” Now, how do we pray in the spirit of Jesus? We must first have knowledge of His intentions and character. John 17 gives us the opportunity to get right to the heart of Jesus' intentions. We must also have knowledge of His character. Ephesians Chapter 4, verse twelve, we read, His intentions was the perfecting and the full equipping of the saints ( Gods consecrated people) that they should do the work of ministering toward building up the church (Christ’s Body). We hear Jesus’ church message clearly in His prayer of Johns 17, and Paul verifies this in Ephesians 4:12 - 13 continues; "...that it might develop until we all obtain oneness in the faith and the compression of the full and accurate knowledge of the Son of God. That we might arrive at really mature manhood, (grow up) the completeness of personality which is nothing less than Christ’s own perfection and the measure of the stature of the fullness of the Christ and the completeness found in Him. Paul state for us the qualities of Jesus, then points to the character of Christ. Isaiah says in Chapter 11:2 concerning Jesus and His character: "...And the spirit of the Lord will rest upon Him, (Jesus Christ), the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of council and might, the spirit of knowledge and the reverential and OBEDIENT fear of the Lord (God), and He (Jesus) shall not judge by the sight of His eyes neither decide by the hearing of His ears. This is another example of how and what to pray. Knowledge of Jesus through His Word directs us in Prayer. Our divine inheritance (the Holy Spirit) aided through the Word (Jesus) gives to us power and "Divine Authority" over the desires of the flesh. Isaiah continues; "... but with righteousness and justice shall He judge the poor and for the downtrodden of the earth, and He shall smite the oppressor with the rod of His mouth, and with the breath of His lips, e shall slay the wicked". That's power and authority, coming down from the throne of God through Jesus , by His Word. We have access to this power through prayer. Glory to God! Now, let's cover some of those slain powers we have been given power and authority over by divine inheritance, through Jesus. This is the cleansing power of the Holy Spirit over the lust of the world, the desires of the flesh or senses. Let's cover some of those characteristics we have power and authority over as listed here in Ephesians, verse 14 of the 4th chapter. It reads; "So then we no longer be children tossed like ships to and fro between gusts of teachings and wavering with every changing wind of doctrine, the prey of the cunning and cleverness of unscrupulous men, (gamblers) engaged in every shifting form of trickery and inventing errors to mislead. Verse 15, "Rather let our lives lovingly express truth in all things, speaking truly, living truly, enfolded in love let us grow up in every way and in all things unto Him who is the Head, even the Christ, the anointed one. Verse 16; still reading from the amplified version, "for because of Him the whole Body, the Church in all it's various parts closely joined and firmly nit together by the joints and ligaments, with which it is supplied, when each part [with power adapted to it's need] is working properly [in all it's functions] grows to full maturity, building itself up in love, [bearing much fruit."] Now, there we have it! A full functioning Body, the Church. This is the will of the Holy Father as revealed to Paul. Here is another perfect example of the Holy Spirit at work within us. This is also another example of what to pray for and how to pray. This is seeking first the Kingdom of God.

Individual prayer for the season:

Heavenly Father I take this opportunity to express to You what I expect from You during this season of growth. I'm trusting You to get me through as we commune together daily. Lord there is hope in my heart that my relationship with You deepens to the point where by spiritual instinct I begin to follow You in obedience, reverence, and fear. I expect that You will be with me and guide me. The gifts You have given me, those that You have planted within me from birth when You first formed me. Shine Your light on these and show me how to utilize them to Your glory and honor, according to your Word and Will. Let me not become boastful or proud, and let me not forget Your righteousness, and to stand ready to give You glory. Let me not forget Your total love and forgiveness as I face the imperfections in others. May this open my heart to you. AMEN

The Works of Jesus

 

Message inspired from from John Chapter 14: "Let Not Your Heart Be troubled" Part. 3

"That it might develop until we all obtain oneness in the faith and in the comprehension of the full and accurate knowledge of the Son of God. That we might arrive at really mature manhood, the completeness of personality which is nothing less than the standard height of Christs own perfection and the measure of the stature of the fullness of the Christ and the completeness found in Him" Ephesians 4: 12-13

Jesus appointed and gave men to us. Paul is one of them. Some to be apostles, (special messengers) some prophets, (inspired preachers and expounders) some evangelists, (preachers of the Gospel/traveling missionaries) some pastors, (shepherds of Jesus' flock) and teachers. His intentions, going back over verse 12, was the perfecting and the full equipping of the saints (His consecrated people) that they should do the work toward building up the church, the Body of Christ into a full functioning body. Now, let's get back to the throne "in my Fathers house", the dwelling places in our Fathers house. Ephesians 3:12 states: "In whom because of our faith in Him, we dare to have the boldness, courage and confidence of free access, an unreserved approach to God, with freedom and without fear. Verse 15, still reading from the amplified version, "for whom every family in heaven and on earth, (two-fold) is named, that the Father, [whom all fatherhood takes it's title and derives it's name] Verse 16; "may He grant out of the rich treasury of his glory, to be strengthened and re-enforced with mighty power in the inner man by the Holy Spirit Himself indwelling your inner-most being and personality" Verse 17; "May Christ actually dwell, Settle down, abide, make His permanent home in your hearts" Now! here is proof! It is no mystery to us any more! My Fathers house is made up of many mansions, our hearts! Verse 17 ends with; "May you be rooted deeply in love" again,

"IT IS A SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE!!!"

Verse 18 continues: "That you may have the power and be strong to apprehend and grasp with all the saints, (Gods devoted people) the "experience" of that love. "What is the breath, and length, and height, and depth of it" (it meaning love) love of God. Verse 19; the word experience begins to ring out to us in this verse. Verse 19 continues; "That you may really come to know practically, through experience for yourselves, the love of Christ which far surpasses mere knowledge or knowledge without experience. To experience this knowledge we have to develop a personal love relationship with Christ on a daily basis. "That you will be filled through all your being unto the fullness of god, may have the richest measure of the DIVINE PRESENCE of GOD AND BECOME A BODY WHOLLY FILLED AND FLOODED WITH GOD HIMSELF! GLORY TO GOD! we can obtain DIVINE AUTHORITY through prayer! The Holy Spirit at work in Heaven and on earth in the many mansions of the House of God! Verse 20; "Now to Him who by consequence of, the action of HIS power that is at work in us, is able to carry out His purpose, (as stated in verse 10) "That through the church, the Body of Christ, the complicated many sided wisdom of god, in all it's innumerable aspects might be made know to the angelic rulers and authorities (principalities and powers) in the heavenly place, and do super abundantly, far over and above all that we dare ask or think, infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes or dreams. Verse 21; "To Him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations forever and ever. AMEN Glory to God! Let us continue to pray always in the spirit and in the body of Jesus Christ, seeking the righteousness of Jesus. For this is the Will of God. Praying that we continue the work, advancing the Kingdom, building up the church into a full functioning body, praying in the spirit, accessing the throne in the Holy Fathers house all the time, all of His many mansions in the House of God praying and accessing the throne. Let us latch on to the DIVINE AUTHORITY OF GOD! It IS a spiritual experience!

Let not Your Heart be Troubled!

Sharing His Love

 

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Corporate prayer for the season:

Heavenly Father we take this opportunity to express to You what we expect from You during this season of growth. We're trusting You to get us through as we commune together daily. Lord there is hope in our heart that our relationship with You deepens to the point where by spiritual instinct we begin to follow You in obedience, reverence, and fear. We expect that You will be with us and guide us. The gifts You have given us, those that You have planted within us from birth when You first formed us. Shine Your light on these and show us how to utilize them to Your glory and honor, according to your Word and Will. Let us not become boastful or proud, and let us not forget Your righteousness, and to stand ready to give You glory. Let us not forget Your total love and forgiveness as we face the imperfections in others. May this open our hearts to you. AMEN

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