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When we’re truly betrothed to Him,
we can’t help, but divinely succeed;
Christ’s not a Man that He should lie
and He’s promised to meet our needs.
Are we, not more important than birds
found about the land, trees and air?
Are we better clothed than flowers?
Are we committed to Him and His care?
Are we not made after God’s image?
As His Children, are we responsible,
for applying The Word to our lives?
Are we spiritually…
He will make a way for me,
but I’ve got to do my part.
I must keep moving forward…
with His promises in my heart.
Staying in faith, not worried
about who’s holding me back;
I continue to press ahead
in His supply, without lack.
Everything is simple for God
and it’s a fact I’ve accepted;
this kinship persists, seeing…
that we are divinely connected.
Heaven’s Husbandman grafted me
into the sacred Vine for Himself;
A double-minded person is unstable in his ways,
caught between opposing opinions of indecision;
he is easily tossed about on the oceanic swells,
forgetting that Christ provides the provision
of calming the violent seas of personal storms.
For He alone possesses the sacred, eternal wisdom
that enables us to divinely live lives of victory,
as we “stand in the gap” on behalf of His Kingdom.
We can’t expect to survive- this cold world alone;
Let your Life be a sacred garden,
planted with genuine, saintly seeds;
properly nurturing your crop daily,
yields blessings for personal needs.
Begin with three rows of peas:
“Peace” of mind, heart and soul,
for it creates a basic foundation
that leaves you healthy and whole.
Next plant four rows of squash:
”Squash” vain gossip, indifference,
grumbling and unwelcome selfishness
to reap real, spiritual brilliance.
O, there are plenty of untold blessings
that are wrapped in the grace of giving,
but too many are missed by selfishness
and the failure to uphold Christian living.
Real giving is an act of self-denying love,
an act of faith, obedience and worship;
it’s also an act of the sacred and prophetic,
being reflective of our true relationship
with the Father, Who is watching over us.
When we’re moved by Faith’s spiritual shiver,
many facets of…