Eric Knutsen
on 05/28/2018 at 04:35 am
This post reminds me of the encouragement in Jude 20-21: “building yourselves up in your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God...” Paul’s words in I Cor. 14:4 are in the same vain as well. Both verses use a similar word, with Jude 20 mentioning “building up” and I Cor. 14:4 using the term “edify.” One of the meanings of the word edify is to charge like a battery. Brothers, as we pray, being led and filled with the Holy Spirit, He will charge us and refresh us! We plug our phones into a charging block when they run low on power. How much more ought we “plug in” with the Holy Spirit? What good news! We never need to run low on power! As we pray, we can trust the Holy Spirit to fill us with His power!
on 05/27/2018 at 04:38 pm
Heavenly Father, Almighty and Amazing, Good and Gracious, Loving and Compassionate. Father I humbly approach Your throne of everlasting life and restoration. God restore my soul and lift me up to be of service to You. it is by Your grace that I am available, it is by Your mercy that I am free. Father I can be refreshed each day thru the study of Your word, I can see sins to avoid, blessing to enjoy, a new promise to claim, how to serve others, recieve instruction and guidance, and rejoice in fear of the Lord. Lord of my life, thank You for sending Your perfect Son Jesus Christ to be sacrificed for the sins of everyone everywhere to be redeemed, transformed, to live in eternal life with You. Amen.
Boyce Moses
on 05/27/2018 at 02:34 pm
Father God, Lord of All, we come to You today to thank You for allowing us to come to You any time we need to have ourselves recharged. You are so awesome Father. All we have to do is come to You in prayer, by reading scripture, or just spending time with You. You can instantly revive of souls and bring meaning back into our lives. Thank You Jesus for always being there. Amen.

DAY 147: Recharging Your Batteries

Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me.  ~ Psalm 51:10

The phone in your hand does not run on infinite power. No matter how usefuel it may be, it must be recharged often to continue its purpose. 

Your faith is like the phone. No matter how strong and useful your belief in God may be, it doesn't function without a charged up and working faith life. 

Today, take a few minutes to recharge your spiritual battery. Kick your feet up, grab your bible and read the 11 re-charging verses of Psalm 63.