His Ways Will Satisfy
"Don't copy the behavior and customs of this world, but be a new and different person with a fresh newness in all you do and think. Then you will learn from your own experience how His ways will really satisfy you" (Romans 12:2).
"The trouble with living sacrifices," someone has well said, "is that they keep crawling off the altar." That may be true. We "crawl off the altar" when we sin, and the only way to put ourselves back on the altar is to breathe spiritually - confess our known sins in accordance with the promise of 1 John 1:9 and appropriate the fullness of the Holy Spirit as we are commanded to do by faith (Ephesians 5:18).
When we do this, we will be living supernaturally and our lives will produce the fruit of the Spirit in great abundance.
Only by being filled with the Spirit, and thus realizing the fruit of the Spirit, can spiritual gifts be effectively utilized in witnessing and building up the Body of Christ.
We begin by totally yielding ourselves by faith to Christ in a full irrevocable surrender to His lordship.
"He died once for all to end sin's power, but now He lives forever in unbroken fellowship with God. So look upon your old sin-nature as dead and unresponsive to sin, and instead be alive to God, alert to Him, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
"Do not let sin control your puny body any longer; do not give in to its sinful desires. Do not let any part of your bodies become tools of wickedness, to be used for sinning; but give yourselves completely to God - every part of you -for you are back from death and you want to be tools in the hands of God, to be used for His good purposes" (Romans 6:10-13).
Bible Reading: Romans 12:3-18
TODAY'S ACTION POINT: Knowing that God's ways will really satisfy me, I will seek first His kingdom, resist the devil at his every appearance and watch with joy as he flees.
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