Thursday, June 2, 2011
One of the meanings of perspective was intention, so I asked: "God, what is your intention in this" ? Intention~a plan of action ( what is Your plan of action Lord?), design. An aim that guides action. (He wants to guide our actions), intent, purpose, goal, end, aim, objective- these nouns refer to what one hopes to achieve or attain. (He has a purpose in mind, a goal, an end) End~ ultimate attainment viewed from long range. (He knows our end, WE WIN in Him). Aim~ the direction ones efforts take in pursuit of the end, (or ultimate attainment). Objective~refers to on end or goal with the implication that it can be reached! So ask Him: "God, what do you hope to achieve or attain in this? He will show us His heavenly, eternal perspective for what we are going through, or what we are praying for. Lets ask for His eyes, His point of view. This involves spending time with Him.
The secret place is imperative! Spending time with the lover of our souls is imperative (necessary, absolutely essential and of major significance)!!! Only with God are perfect wisdom and might, He alone has true counsel and understanding (Job 12:13) We must go before Him to hear His heart, to get His perspective, to get His point of view, to get His interpretation (explanation, to explain the meaning of), to get his field of vision. To get His point of view~ (this was actually in dictionary too as three words) it meant~ the position for which something is observed or considered, standpoint. Ones manner of viewing things, or attitude.
He loves us so much and if we go to Him and get his perspective, I believe it will change the way we pray and act and react. Let's begin to pray from HEAVEN TO EARTH!
In His amazing love~Emma
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
I love His Word! Be encouraged! (Amplified Bible)
A study on FELLOWSHIP with God!
1 John 1:3 (A word from the apostles)~ What we (the apostles) have seen and heard, we are also telling you, so that you too may realize and enjoy fellowship as partners and partakers with us. And this fellowship, (this condition of being together and sharing similar interests and experiences, this friendship with God, that we have which is a distinguishing mark as Christians), is with the Father and with His son Jesus Christ!
Ephesians 2:5 He (God) made us alive together in fellowship and in union (oneness) with Christ. He gave us the very life of Christ Himself, the same new life with which He quickened Him…
In the church, which is His body, dwells the fullness of Him who fills all in all (for in that body (in us) lives the full measure of Him who makes everything complete, and who fills everything, everywhere with Himself)!!! The full measure of Christ is in us!!!! (Ephesians 1:23) God is personally present IN YOU through Christ (11 Cor. 5:19) He made us alive together in fellowship and in union with Christ: [He gave us the very life of Christ Himself, the same new life with which He quickened Him!!! Quickened ~ Greek from Eph. 2:5~ to complete (He completes us), journeying (He is on this journey with us), comradeship (a person who shares ones interests, or activities, friend, companion), companionship, resemblance (others should say of us “You look just like your Father”:), instrument ( You are His vessel set apart !), like-minded (we think His thoughts), co-spirited, similar in sentiment (caring), raise up, shoot out (for His purposes), breathe, Spirit, accompaniment (to go along with, join in company), amid (surrounded by, in the middle of), and together! Quickened ~ Hebrew from Psalm 119:93~ to live, to revive, keep, make alive, give (promise) life, nourish up, preserve (alive), recover, repair, restore (to life), save, to make whole!!!
So Father God, I thank you for Your fullness inside of us! I thank you that you are with us on this journey and that you quicken our mortal bodies even today God! I thank you for your promise of life!!! I pray you would raise us up and shoot us out for your purposes in this world!!! To be your ambassadors, your personal representatives to those who need to find, and be reconciled to you! (11Cor. 5:20) Breathe on us today Lord! Give us new life! Give us the mind of Christ, that we may be like minded with you for this fight! Give us a spirit of wisdom and revelation (of insight into the mysteries and secrets) in the deep and intimate knowledge of Jesus. Flood the eyes of our hearts with light!!! So that we can know and understand the hope to which You have called us! So we can know and understand what is the immeasurable and unlimited and surpassing greatness of Your power in and for us who believe! Demonstrate this I pray in the working of Your mighty strength!!! Revive us! We want to live in fellowship with You, help us to grasp this and not let go, that you desire this fellowship with us more than we ourselves! Make us completely whole today in You Jesus! And in that precious and overcoming Name I pray! JESUS! Amen and so be it!
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Ephesians 4:29 says: Let no foul words, that is...let no ugly, unattractive, offensive or dishonoring words come out of your mouth. In the amplified bible it then says, or polluting language~ The first definition of polluting said, the contamination of soil, so things wont grow! If soil is contaminated, things wont grow, and we can contaminate the soil of our hearts by our words, by what we say. Even self talk can contaminate the soil of our heart. For example: "I am so fat", "I am so stupid", "I always drop things", that list can go on and on sometimes right? The word foul means~ to clog or obstruct. Foul, negative language can clog the flow of God in our lives! It also means to entangle, like a weed, it kills life. Self talk effects who you are! So we need to speak what God says over and to us:) Back to the word polluting~ the contamination of soil, water or atmosphere by the discharge of harmful substances (or words), and to make unfit for or harmful to living things especially by the addition of waste matter. Harmful to the things that are living in us already, and harmful to others who may hear us. Our word to ourselves or to others can change the atmosphere for the better, or for the worse. Our words either bring life, or death to the hearers. Proverbs 18:21. *Plant the soil of your mind and heart full of good thoughts, and words and the crops it yields will be plentiful! (From "The Garden Within" syllabus, copyright 2010)