Allow Him to Determine Your Steps

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How much of you does Jesus have? You have a choice to make: to either walk by the Spirit or fulfill the desires of the flesh.

But I say, walk by the Spirit, and you will not gratify the desires of the flesh (Galatians 5:16).

The founder of the Salvation Army was a man by the name of William Booth. He was a great Christian who shook London with the Gospel of Christ and helped bring many people to faith in the 19th century. He was once asked, “What is the secret of your success in bringing people to faith?” 

He said, “There have been men with greater talent; there have been men with greater education; there have been men with greater opportunity. But as far as I know, God has had all there is of William Booth.” 

Does God have all there is of you? Have you turned from the life of self-promotion and self-focus to a life where you surrender yourself and walk in sync with the Spirit of God? That’s the call on the life of every man or woman who follows Christ – to die to yourself and live to God!

You have a choice to make: to either walk by the Spirit or fulfill the desires of the flesh. You’re going to do either one or the other. Surrender your life to Christ, giving Him the control, allowing Him to determine your steps, and watching as He uses you to shake the world!

Give Jesus all of you by allowing his spirit to take control and determine your steps.

 

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