Good Evening Family,
Day 14 of our 21 Day Fast.
1) 21 minutes of prayer & meditation
2) 21 minutes of exercise
3) Abstain from your choice of food and social media.
4) First Fruit Commitment of your choice
Paul said, “I urge you, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect” (ROM. 12:1–2).
Spiritual discernment is critical in every area of life, because every decision has an effect upon your fellowship with the Lord and the fulfillment of His will. If you don’t acquire spiritual discernment, you will begin to respond from your feelings and emotions. When a Christian does this, he is no longer doing what comes spiritually, as it is always natural for the flesh to disobey God. That is why it is critical to discern God’s will in everything you do. If you could get a glimpse of His genuine personal interest and involvement in your life, you would have a deeper appreciation, devotion, and sense of adoration toward God. Have you ever thought about how interested God is in your daily affairs—those little, insignificant things that don’t seem to make a difference to most people? Christians often separate the spiritual life from the common, everyday life. God never intended that to be the approach you take. He intends to be involved in every decision you make, no matter how small. If you want to make wise decisions, you must live consecrated and you must walk committed to Him. Every morning surrender your life to Him. Separate yourself to Him, for Him, and under Him for that day.