Faith In Action ‘Coming To A Place Of Breakthrough’

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There should be an expectancy in our walk with Our Lord and Our Friend. Not an expectancy of wants, but an expectancy of growing in more of what He has for our lives.

Romans 8 verse 15: NKJV: “For you did not receive the spirit of bondage again to fear but you received the Spirit of adoption by which we cry out, “Abba Father”. We become Children of God. King’s Children.

Romans 8 verse 18: NKJV “For I consider the suffering of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the Glory which shall be revealed in us”.

1 Chronicles 14: David had just been anointed King. David had faced many challenges in his life before he became king, David was somebody who seemed to thrive on challenges, he took on Goliath when nobody else would. So perhaps he was thinking, this position of king, might be a bit easier.

David became a king, and we have become children of a King but “The King of King, Lord of Lords”. Perhaps our thoughts, like the ones I commented on, what David might have had, that it would be easier for Him in Kingship. Perhaps our thoughts are it will be easier we are now Kingdom people has happened.

And David in his kingship was challenged, the Philistines made a challenge, by raiding the Valley of Rephaim. David being a man after God’s own heart, asked God, if he required himself and his army to go after the Philistines. David was prepared to do what God wanted, and not just be in a comfort zone, of enjoying his promotion.

If God tells us to go, He will be with us in the challenge, and He will find away for us, to overcome and defeat the challenges. God did provide away for David to overcome his enemies, and David called the place ‘Baal Perazim’ which means ‘breaking through’.

There is no comfort zones in the Kingdom of God or as Kingdom people. we are called to serve there, {although, there is A Comforter, The Holy Spirit}. We must remember who called us, and Whose Spirit lives within you. God called David and He has called us too.

When we understand the significance of what Our Lord and Our Friend is doing and wants to do in our lives, we should be too excited to worry about comfort zones, and more excited about being ‘Kingdom people’. David knew and understood that God wasn’t responding to his need to do something about, what was challenging him. God was responding to David obedience, and his waiting on, what God wanted to do about the problem.

We need to leave our comfort zones of just thinking we have made it as ‘Kingdom People’, to find our ‘Baal Perazim’. Sometimes Our Lord and Our Friend will do it for us, most times He will bring victory through us. It is a matter of obedience, it is a matter of doing what Our Lord and Our Friend tells us! When we do, we will get our place of ‘breakthrough’, our Baal Perazim.

God Bless.

O F J.

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