Inspired by the Book of Luke 8
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Lately, life’s trivial waves had taken hold of my soul. Today, I recognized my recluse to old habits and programs I had fought hard to rise above. Just like a recovering addict’s dilemma, it is a daily struggle. Hence my deep gratitude for this timely introspection.
I pledge to revisit this passage on personal inventory days and to deeply ponder on its liberating secrets for the sake of my imminent salvation. I thank the Almighty spirit of Elohim as my witness and accountability partner to sustain me through this season. Amen.
This calls for a strong foundation built on solid ground, embodying an unwavering faith that leads one through the test at hand. I noticed that, today, I was not awakening to this truth. I consider this a win because I can begin again to choose the presence of the Spirit to direct my steps. I can now commence to live by faith and not become consumed with worry for the trivial stresses of this world because The Lord guides me along the right paths.
I must return to the cornerstone because He is the One who can strengthen to persevere in bearing good fruit that brings glory to my Eternal Father. He is the One that renews my gaze on living a life of holiness according to the righteousness of Elohim.
Another gem harvested from this powerful testimony is that impure ministering spirits, as well, are petrified of the Abyss. They rather inhabit human entities on earth. Moreover, the passage reminds us that the authority and legitimacy of power have been rendered unto the Anointed One when those impurities repeatedly beg for Yahusha’s compassionate command.
A belief goes a long way. “Don’t be afraid; just believe, and you will be healed.” – we must foster such an environment that will develop such innate deep conviction or desire. There is no room for wailing or complaining because it would imply — the Most High is incapable of governing the universe, which is not the case.
He is more than qualified; He is the pure essence of power, wisdom, and love, unchanging and firm, and integrated into One, that is – the permeating stillness at hand.
Allow the Spirit to the light and heavy lifting; we need only to be still and become aligned with the Almighty Presence as co-heirs to this great mystery in Yahusha Hamashiach. Amen.
In deep gratitude