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Dia Diez B90X (Le 26:27- Nu 8:14)

Good morning Kingdom Seekers!
 
I heard so many positive comments regarding our guest.  Heaps of you got a whole lot out of it and enjoyed hearing The Word from a different voice and paradigm. Rick really challenged some folks in The Word and in life.  He brought out some really good points and the way he wove the three blessings into the lives of Abraham, Jesus, and then to us was masterful.  I was blessed to have a day to enjoy and to be really fed in some areas.  It helps to be hungry, amen?  And we can only be hungry be eating more.  Remember it is not like natural hunger.
 
Thank you to everyone who talked to him afterwards.  That is so very important.  To acknowledge him with a thanks, a question, or an introduction from as many of you as possible is part of being a Kingdom Subject.  Recognizing his scholasticism and dedication to The Word and teaching it to others was so very important.  I know that many of you did that.  You blessed me in that.
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Day Eight B90X (Le 1:1- Le 14:32)

Good morning Saints~~~
 
Wowzers!  I just finished reading the first fourteen chapters of Leviticus.  Miss Christie is laughing in the background as she is reading.  Human nature is so funny. 
 
I had a completely different paradigm reading this section today.  Reading Leviticus is such a joy and pleasure rather than a nuisance.  I asked Father to open my eyes in a completely different way this go-round.  I think one of the reasons I always shudder when I get to Leviticus is the result of a church we used to go to.  The pastor preached out of this book for about a year.  We got so sick of it.  We were wicked in every way.  We had to repent of everything regardless of whether or not we had done anything.  The group got very inverted, religious, and legalistic.  It got very sick, cancerous, and dead.  We got out.  It took a while before we were healed of all that and completely free.  But it made Christie and I very keen towards religious and legalistic spirits that at so prevalent in the church today.  Anything that smacks of spiritual pride, dutiful obligation, additional rules to salvation, and outward appearances are glaring and difficult.  They just don’t please Father.  He wants our hearts.  He want us to be living sacrifices.  He wants us to hate sin because sin destroys relationships.  Relationships are the most important thing we have.
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Day Seven B90X (Ex 29:1- Ex 40:38)

Putting God First 

Exodus 20:1-7  says

 And God spoke all these words:
“I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery.
“You shall have no other gods before me.
“You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below.  You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.
“You shall not misuse the name of the LORD your God, for the LORD will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.
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Day Six of 21/90 (Ex 15:19- Ex 28:43)

Good Evening Saints~~

 Many times in life, we don’t really understand why we have to face certain challenges. But it’s sometimes those challenges that prepare us for what lies ahead.

In that day of battle, when David faced Goliath, and was even mocked for his lack of stature, it was David’s past that gave him the confidence to face the giant. David remembered what God had already brought him through. His faith in God was strong, and he knew that with God on his side, there was no way he could be defeated.

There are no doubt “giants” we will face in our future. And if we allow the challenges we face today to build up our faith in God, they will prepare us for lies ahead. We can have confidence that God will empower us with the ability to face even the most extreme circumstances with supernatural authority and power.
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Day Four B90X (Ge 40:12- Ge 50:26)

Above and Beyond

Luke 10:19 says “Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you.”

Spiritually speaking, life is a battlefield. Most of the battles that we fight are not “of the flesh”, meaning they don’t have to do with things in the natural, but instead, they are spiritual battles. (Ephesians 6:12)

As soldiers, God gives us armor and weapons (Ephesians 6:13-18) and he gives us the power to use the artillery he has given us. In this passage in Luke, serpents are symbolic of Satan, (Rev 12:9; Gen 3:1-14) and scorpions are symbolic of evil spirits/evil men. (Rev 9:1-5; 9:10)

No matter what we face, we can be encouraged that through Christ, we have authority and dominion over negative influence we encounter.  Amen?
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