January 5, 2020 Spirit Meat Devotional :- DAILY PERSONAL FELLOWSHIP WITH THE FATHER – PSALM 110:1

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January 5, 2020 Spirit Meat Devotional :- DAILY PERSONAL FELLOWSHIP WITH THE FATHER – PSALM 110:1
The next daily activity you must carry out to unlock the power of daily Christianity is developing a personal fellowship with the Father.
It is exciting when a man of God makes a proclamation of grace upon you but after you have received it by faith, you must begin the daily practices to make it your own practically.
It is this cessation of daily practices that has reduced the Church from a family of ministers to a separation of ministers and the rest. Everybody that is saved by Jesus is a minister. It’s just that some of us have found our portfolio and are engaged in the activities of that ministry. Whether you have found your own portfolio or not, the devil wants to reduce the rate of your spiritual practices.
The rate at which most Christians find it difficult to do the right spiritual activities daily is dangerous in the spirit. In fact, the kids that are being raised in many Churches today are hardly involved in any spiritual activities at all. In another 20 years when the same kids are leading the Church, the devil could take a break because there will be no more daily activities!
I believe that one hour is the minimum unit of spiritual power as mentioned by the Lord Jesus Christ in the Bible in Mark 14:37
37 And he cometh, and findeth them sleeping, and saith unto Peter, Simon, sleepest thou? couldest not thou watch one hour?
To fellowship is to service a relationship. You cannot grow as a Christian without fellowship with other Christians as well as with God. You must service your personal relationship vertically with God and horizontally with your fellow believers. If that fellowship is reduced, the passion is reduced and the relationship begins to die.

PRAYER: Dear Lord, help me to develop my spirit through daily fellowship with you and in your word. Amen.
BIBLE IN A YEAR: Genesis 11:1-13:4, Matthew 5:1-26, Psalm 5:1-12, Proverbs 1:24-28

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