Saturday, March 17, 2018

Weekly Stay Focus:

Weekly Stay Focus:


To stay focus one must always pray and not to faint. Prayer is the answers to all things.  To stay focus you must have a prayer life. Develop a mind to pray in season and out of season, no matter what. Make sure you are praying to the one true God. When was the last time you prayed fervently? (James 5:16)



Weekly Life Principle # 4:      (Presence)


"The awareness of God's presence energizes us for our work"


In a vineyard, the vine and its branches exist in perfect harmony.  The sap the very life of the plant-flows through the vine and into each branches resulting in rich ripe fruits. The branch can't live, let alone thrive, when separated from the vine. Jesus tells us that He is the very source of our life, so any labor we do apart from Him will lack power. We must be tapped into the flow of His Spirit's constant presence for the harvest of our lives to be full of beautiful, lasting fruit that will nourish others. If we're connected to God and drawing life from Him, our work, our prayer life will always be meaningful. Not only does his presence give us purpose, it infuses even the most mundane tasks with value and possibility. He enables us to do the great work of the Kingdom; loving others as He loves us. A pray life can bring this into our lives.



Weekly Prayer Focus:    Speak Lord Jesus


Let the dew of My presence refresh your mind and heart.  So many, many things vie for your attention in this complex world of instant communication. The world has changed enormously since I first gave the command to be still and know that I am God. However, this timeless truth is essential for the well-being of your soul. As dew refreshes grass and flowers during the stillness of the night, so My presence revitalizes your as you sit quietly with me.  A refreshed, revitalized mind is able to sort out what is important and what is not. In its natural condition, your mind easily gets stuck on trivial matters. Like the spinning wheels of a car trapped in mud, the cogs of your brain spin impotently when you focus on a trivial thing. As soon as you start communicating with Me about the matter, your thoughts gain traction and you can move on to more important things. Communicate with Me continually, and I will put My thoughts into your mind.


Read:   Psalm 46:10, Luke 10:39-42, 1 Corinthians 14:33

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