Let your river flow Father. Bring me into the depths of you. Let me drink from the purity of your truth. Poor over me today so to capture my heart with utmost trust in that which runs from the spring of your mighty hands. May your living water awaken me, renewing my strength in obedient service to you and those you place before me. Rinse away any impurity that may infect my mind, heart, or body, debilitating me from your sanctification. May I go forth in relationship with you, identified as your own, valued as evidenced by your unconditional love, purposed by your ordination, responsible surrendered through humility, submitted by choice, obedient to your call. -Clint Fleming "And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect." Romans 12:2 NASB "Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father
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Hello. How does that saying go, "Another day, another dollar"? Some days it just seems like our only purpose in life is to "keep the lights on and mouths fed". No matter how true the contrary, it's hard not to fall into that mindset. "For I know the plans I have for you..." Jeremiah 29:11-14. How do you and I participate in His plan being responsible to the "surrender" John 3:30, Jeremiah 10:23 and the "doing" James 1:22? As I write this, and I imagine as your read, those concerns, decisions, or circumstances of life waylay in the mind. Like trying to balance oneself on a teeter totter, one step too far to one side, your off balance and risk a fall. No, not that the fall would necessarily cause injury, but may lead to doubt, either in yourself, God, or both. Walking the path of His plan may seem at times, like walking a tight rope. Each step you take, your body flails to maintain balance. Ever watch a tight rope walker?
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