DAILY MEDITATION

April 8, 2020

And thou shalt have joy and gladness; and many shall rejoice at his birth. For he shall be great in the sight of the Lord, and shall drink neither wine nor strong drink; and he shall be filled with the Holy Ghost, even from his mother's womb.

Luke 1:14-15

 

Times do call for one to take ownership, to drive and/or change the narrative of your present reality to that which should be for your life and as a result God has given you and I the Power of Ownership to do just that.  You can choose to take life as it is or you can take life by the horns and drive and/or change its direction.  The Power Of Ownership gives you both the benefits and responsibilities for your life.  As we deal and engage the COVID-19 pandemic or any crisis of our lives, we have the benefit of rejoicing, praising God, the source of life, plugging in to Him and turning ourselves on with praise.  Rejoicing through crises is not ignoring the reality of the times but instead looking ahead, sensitive and open to an unobstructed view of a way out, our responsibility as owners of our lives.  With the benefit of rejoicing and responsibility of being sensitive, open to our way out, we disperse the darkness of our crises, the storms of our life to see the sun.  Christ, the Son Of God, who suffered death at Calvary arose, was resurrected, early Sunday morning, indicating that the pain, death, evening experiences of our lives do turn into the joy, alive morning experiences.  Catch The Wind of God in the midst of your crisis and rejoice in the risen Christ, Son of God, scatter the darkness of your crises and arise to be carried away with the wind of God and flow, seeing an unobstructed video of God promises for life and life more abundantly.  Catch The Wind for in the Spirit you will see pathways in your wilderness and rivers in your deserts, it is your benefit and responsibility guaranteed, backed up, co-signed by God Himself through Christ His Son and your light in darkness, crises!

 

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