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Your Devotional Life

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We must abide in Christ, walk in the Spirit, pray without ceasing and meditate in the Word of God day and night. Every advance in the spiritual life must be made against the determined resistance of the world, the flesh and the devil!

Be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might.

Ephesians 6:10

 

Too many of us object, perhaps unconsciously, to the rather evident fact that the maintenance of the devotional mood is indispensable to success in the Christian life.

And what is the devotional mood?

It is nothing else than constant awareness of God’s enfolding presence, the holding of inward conversations with Christ and private worship of God in spirit and in truth!

To establish our hearts in the devotional mood, we must abide in Christ, walk in the Spirit, pray without ceasing and meditate in the Word of God day and night. Of course, this implies separation from the world and obedience to the will of God, as we are able to understand it.

No matter how we may argue, true holiness and spiritual power are not qualities that can be once received and thereafter forgotten, as one might wind a clock or take a vitamin pill. Every advance in the spiritual life must be made against the determined resistance of the world, the flesh and the devil!

 

Dear Lord, thank You for watching over me and my loved ones last night. I look forward to spending time with You throughout the course of this day.

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