The Father said to me, if you spend time in communion with me, I will bless you. For the next 14 days give God at least an hour a day of undisturbed prayer, worship and fellowship (no excuses).
Leave the things that concern you in God’s hands. Trust Him with them.Ask Him only for the things that He wants you to have right now.Ask Him to reveal those things to you in His timing.Spend most of your fellowship blessing God and praying for others. However, the things that concern you, leave them in God’s hands.Journal your experiences, and impressions.Bonus + Skip a meal a day as a fast to the Lord, use that time as your hour to pray in earnest to the Lord.
There is a powerful truth which many have failed to recognize. It is the reality that God is very involved in our lives. He knows and even feels every emotion that we experience in our day-to-day lives. His presence within allows Him to experience you directly from within. He even responds to the emotions you cause Him to feel, by sending you feelings and impressions to your conscience.
Many times, we can get so overwhelmed with our lives that we fail to recognize that The Almighty God is with us. He is in absolute control of our lives, When we lose sight of this, we may end up becoming overwhelmed with whatever life throws at us. However, could it be that we have trained ourselves to walk in selfishness?
Stop for a moment and ask yourself. Who are your thoughts most preoccupied with? If the answer is yourself, then you are walking in selfishness. Why? Because God is preoccupied with many more. Maybe the truth is that we do not trust God in a practical sense to handle the things that concern us and so we take His place in our lives? Well, let’s see whether this is true or not.
Spend the next two weeks in times of fellowship and inquire of Him the people that concern Him. Allow Him to lead you as you pray for them. As for your things, simply trust Him with them. Do you trust that God is a loving Father that is truly and practically mindful of you? Then free fall into Him. Take this trust exercise.