My family and I have been really digging into the ministries of Creflo and Taffi Dollar. Today, as we were watching via online streaming connected to our big screen tv. I was reminded of something that Shane instilled in me in so many ways. Fearlessness!!! Pastor Dollar has been working on a series of spiritual blindness. Now as I can say much on the topic and relay all I understand and know about it, I will keep it simple. Fear is the only foothold the enemy has so he can enter your life. Fear is what holds you and binds you to your sickness, poverty, anger, depression, etc. In the words of Pastor Creflo Dollar,” Fear brings hopelessness, fear will contaminate your faith.” See the biggest take away I have ever gained from anyone who has ever ministered or fed me was the absolute fearlessness Shane instilled. Knowledge is the key. Ignorance to the Word of God means you will acquire a very large debt to the enemy. I like to use the speeding example. If you are pulled over for speeding and you tell the cop you never saw the sign does that stop the officer from giving you a ticket? The answer to that is no, you still get a ticket and you learn the lesson. (Hosea 4:6, Matthew 22:29) We parish because we do not gain understanding and knowledge of God’s Word. One thing I admire still to this day is Shane’s absolute fearlessness when it comes to the promises of God. I can say that when it comes to finding jobs or relationships I am pretty fearless. The trust I have in God far out ways the fear of being penniless or with no relationship, etc. GOD IS GREATER than ALL THINGS!!
Matthew 22 : 29
29 Jesus replied, “You are in error because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God.”
This is for the Christian. The entire Bible is for the Christian. This staple Scripture, is reality. Why do we as Christians fail? Because we don’t know the WORD of God……. AND/OR…… the POWER of God. Yes! Right here Jesus Himself clearly identifies why we fail. Many things lead up to this. Scripture tells us to study to be approved. (2 Tim 2:5) We are to do as Jesus did and MORE. This prompts the question, what did Jesus do?
Is been a few days since I’ve made a post. I can’t say that I’ve been really desiring to post. God is so good. Always on time. And supplying in abundance grace and mercy. I have noticed Him in every detail of my life. Noticing Him in every detail, also shows me areas I struggle. God is so good, all the time. And all the time God is good. All good things come from God. (James 1:17) I started writing a song, based on a frowns experience currently. Something I’ve gone through so many times. I’ve been slacking on my studies and devotional. Caught up in the business of life. So many things catch my attention. I have become so much more bold in my faith and speaking up for what I believe. I have come down to a few absolute staple scriptures for the beginning of learning the Truth. First, understand that the Word of God is EXACT. Every Word, period, and exclamation. Second, what is faith? (Hebrews 11:1) What authority is given to us as ambassadors of Jesus? (Luke 10:19) Third, how do we do error/fail as followers of Jesus? (Matthew 22:29) There is so many scriptures that base off these, such as what is expected to happen to us as followers of Jesus. What we are promised. And how to deal with situations that arise in life. From a particular pastor I have realized to notice more details that go further into studies. So much content in the Scriptures. So let’s take it slow.