“And when he was come unto us, he took Paul’s girdle, and bound his own hands and feet, and said, Thus saith the Holy Ghost, So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man that owneth this girdle, and shall deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles.” (Acts 21:11).
Nothing terrifies a person runing on the coarse of purpose. From our yesterdays devotion i will like to make some few highlights:
1. The more you seek security the less of it you have, but the more you seek opportunity, the more likely it is that you will achieve the security that you desire.
2. The space between where you are today and where you want to be could be named “GROWTH”
3. And we closed saying “our comfort zone calls us back to what is familiar, and from there we cannot hear the call of what is next.”
Now like old maps and old stories, continually doing what we have always done will bring us back to old places. The places we have been before. The Children of Isreal wandered in the wilderness going round and round, For a journey that is suppose to take them 11 days for FORTY YEARS. New things are as a result of discarding old principles. I heard once from my Father, Dr. Pastor Paul Enenche that “you can live in the past and have accomodation in the future”
Open your mouth and be audible to yourself this morning and repeat this reality to yourself: “what got me here will not take me one step further. To have more or become more i will have to do new things.” keep in mind hat this is not just all about your carrears. It applies to your goals.
Apostle Paul was faced with an opportunity that can only be ceased through confronting the challenge before him. The depth of your conviction determine the height of your opportunity.
No wonder he said “And I went up revelation” Galatians 2:2. Despite the percision and accuracy of Agabus prophecy it could not hinder his projection with the force of fulfilment. Revelation is the force of elevation that take you beyond your comfort zone.
PRAYER: O LORD. Give me revelation that will facilitate my conviction to fulfil my life assignment for you in Jesus’Name.
Pastor Misheal Tomizayi