Saturday, July 31, 2010


1. Begin to live today in such a way that you're sure to fail unless God helps you. This is constructive faith - it acts solely in immediate obedience on the written Word (Logos) of God received as a Rhema Word.

2. Accept change with an immediacy or urgent faith as a 'Process.' Process is to reality the same as the journey is to the destination! Sometimes we are in love with the destination but we abhor the process.

3. You must accept that Progress is the same coin as Process. The bridge between your dream and reality is a thing called PROCESS! Without process there is no progress!

4. Change comes when we attempt such great things that if God does not help us, we are bound to fail. But how do we know that God will help us? See Song 6:3, the bride says, “Jesus, this is all about YOU!” And Jesus says to the bride, “It’s all about YOU!” It’s this mutual abandonment that is the secret of change and sucess.

5. How do you know you will succeed? Through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, provision has been made not only for the forgiveness of your sins, the healing of your body and so on but the freedom for all who believe to be all they can be in this life.

6. The greatest joy in life is being in the will of God and walking boldly in the Authority of a Believer. Walk in authority! It is your blood bought right! Walking in authority especially propels the desired change.

7. Take control of your emotional life in all it's ramification - those things in your lower self that can pull you backward or downwards. He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city (Proverbs 16:32). This is true to him or her that is slow to all the other emotional issues - he or she will rule or have dominion in life.

8. Be prepared to go it alone if you badly desire a change in your life and in your lifestyle. A lifestyle of holiness may bring seasons of loneliness but to those that endure, Godly Relationships and God inspired changes will eventually manifest.

9. True or constructive changes demand discerning. Since appearance can be deceitful, accept some roughage and work to bring out the beauty. Remember that diamond is the same charcoal that has undergone great pressure. Without great pressure, nothing can be precious. The Lord does not look at the things man looks at. Man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart. I Sam 16.

10. Accept that True or constructive changes do take time and energy. So be willing to invest time and energy into the process to see real change. One of the founding fathers of the USA told us, "Take time for all things: great haste makes great waste." The same is true with making a change. Constructive changes are not made in a haste. They are deliberate and always demand time as well as manifesting itself in an even pace. But to keep changing from one level of glory to the next is a must or the resultant death (all kinds) is inevitable.

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