Love Your Way Out

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Romans 7:19-20 (TPT) “My lofty desires to do what is good are dashed when I do the things I want to avoid. So, if my behavior contradicts my desires to do good, I must conclude that it’s not my true identity doing it, but the unwelcome intruder of sin hindering me from being who I really am”

Sometimes you get stuck in your walk with the Lord and who you really are seems buried under the cares of this world. In those times the willingness of the spirit is greatly hindered by the weight of weakness. The way forward is to “love your way out”. Find a quiet place and ask the Lord to show you someone that needs Him. Carry this on the inside with you until you are made aware of who that is. When you know that you know then reach out to them in every way possible. Pray for them, call them, email them, visit them, become aware of and bear their burden as if it were your own. Hold their hand and touch God on their behalf. Pour out everything you receive from the Lord in wisdom and helps. You will discover that in giving you receive deliverance. The “law of Spirit Life” is greater and defies the gravity of the natural realm. It will lift you as His life flows through you. Give that life and it shall be given to you. Serve with your spirit and His strength will be perfected in your weakness.

Romans 8:2 “For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free… “

A word for someone: “Your struggles are because your well is stopped up. You ceased to drink from this “inner well” and are sick in spirit, soul and body because you are drinking from the “worlds well”. You must clear the debris from the enemy that has covered your well and remove the earth (dust realm) that has hidden the source of your “living water”. When your well is restored you will keep it open by sharing the water with every thirsty soul that you encounter”

Genesis 26:18-19 “Long before this time Abraham had dug many wells, but after he died, the Philistines filled them with dirt. So, Isaac dug those wells again and gave them the same names his father had given them”