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“The LORD will perfect that which concerneth me: thy mercy, O LORD, endureth for ever: forsake not the works of thine own hands.”

Psalm 138:8 (KJV)


One of the most difficult things for believers is to live by faith. Man naturally defers to the five senses and therefore makes decisions and reacts to situations based on what he can see, ear, feel, touch or smell, but beloved, it is time to rise above the five senses and move to the faith sense where you are moved by what the word of God says.

The devil knows that as long as he can keep you in the realm of the five senses,, then he will get you, so he will do all he can to keep you there. He will try to engage you in the area of the senses, but I challenge you to soak yourself with the word of God. Be like a sponge soaked in a liquid to the dripping point. You know that if a sponge is soaked in soap, no matter how hard you try, you cannot get pure water out of it. In the same way, be so soaked and dripping with the word of God that no matter how hard the devil tries, all that will come from you is the word of God. Let the word of God be the lamp to your feet and the light to your path. Wake up declaring the word and go to bed declaring the word.

Take time to write out the word that concerns the areas of your need and make a confession out of it; declare it morning and evening; let is be all that consumes you and before long, your five senses will align with the word of God. The more you read the word, the more convinced you are that it is true and the more it will manifest in your life. Beloved, the word works. I have tried it over many many years in ministry and not once has it failed that is why I am bold to say that whatever the word of God cannot give you:
1. You don’t need it and
2. It does not exist.

Further reading: Psalm 138:1-8

Daily Bible Reading: Morning- Judges 4-6; Evening- Luke 4:31-44

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