jkmkcFEBRUARY 5, 2016


MEMORY VERSE: 1 Corinthians 12:31 “But covet earnestly the best gifts: and yet shew I you a more excellent way”

It is very important to desire the gifts of the Spirit. Strong desire is very essential to experiencing the supernatural. The prophet Isaiah declares in Isaiah 55:1 “Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price.” that hunger and thirst is necessary in receiving things from God. Whatever you desire, you will pursue. Pursuit is the proof of desire. You have to get top a point in your Christian walk where you make up your mind to experience all that is available for you to experience in Christ. All the gifts of the Spirit are gifts of grace. They are available to the believer in Christ. It is now up to the believer to receive through pursuit and desire in faith all that Christ has made available. This brings me to remember an interesting statement made by Apostle Paul in the city of Ephesus “Have you received the Holy Spirit after ye believed” Acts 19:2 it was a very important question. He was asking to know what their experience with the supernatural was though in this case the disciples spoken of had not yet received Jesus, yet the statement is instructive. We need to ask ourselves these questions. Have you received the Holy Spirit since you believed? Do you speak in tongues? Do you see visions? How frequently do you work miracles? If we do not desire these things, we will not experience them. If we do not inquire about the things concerning the Spirit realm, we will not know them. Desire spiritual gifts, desire strongly the supernatural. The moment a man experience the supernatural greatly, he loses taste for the mundane

CONFESSION: I desire greatly the things of the Spirit, I covet earnestly the best gifts to the end that I may edify; I give myself to the things of the Spirit. Amen

FURTHER BIBLE READING: Isaiah 55, 1 Corinthians 12

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