This spoken truth is a revelation a recent student had on his DTS. In Romans 8:5, it says “For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit set their minds on the things of the Spirit” One of the biggest battlefields is the mind. We fight with our thoughts all day, and we can be so easily distracted that it becomes easy to accept any lies that enter our heads. If we are conscious, however, and take every thought captive, then we are able to spot out the lie as if it was the elephant in the room. Making it easier to break agreement, and to ask God what He has to say about it.
The great deceiver’s BIGGEST deception is that we deceive ourselves. One misconception can change the direction we are moving yet we keep going, believing these lies that we here form the voices in our heads.
We thread our needle with false comfort, to try and stitch ourselves together. Still believing the lies, we soon collide with the reality that we have to hand the needle over to our Father, our comforter.
We can’t pull ourselves together until we surrender all control. Our minds on patrol for the lies that seep back in. Until we break agreement with those ridiculous twisted truths that are notoriously infamous.
God has something better for us. He gives us the power to be victorious and be a part of his glorious partnership with you. With him, there is nothing you can’t do. Nothing he hasn’t been with you through, equipping you and empowering you to do.
Let him open your eyes, shine a light, and see the truth. See the person who was hiding behind a mask the whole time. The father picks you up and says this one’s mine. Now that’s what I call divine intervention.
The power of the father’s love we can’t grasp with any comprehension, it’s beyond any dimension imaginable. None of that matters because regardless he will confess his love for us even when we mess up.
So much so that he gave up his son’s life, ridding the world of strife and by his stripes we are healed, his glory and mercy revealed, the veil no longer concealing our father, giving us confidence in a God we can trust and thrust ourselves into his open arms.