Breath of life...feed the fire...

Breath brings life...

God took dust from the earth and with the breath of life formed man. (Genesis 2:7) He also provided the breath of life to bring dry bones in the valley to life. (Ezekial 37:9 - 10)

Are you asking how we get the breath of life? It is easy. You read His word. It is our breath of life. It will cleanse the soul, mend the heart, strengthen us emotionally, etc. The power of the living Word is beyond limitation as we know it. It will cause a fire to burn within us, feeding our passions ans desires that are God given.

Once that fire is ignited you then need to feed the fire. One way of doing so is to live life with godly people. Keep them close and dear. Share your struggles so they can support you through prayer. Share you successes so they can rejoice and praise with you! This is one of many ways to feed the fire.

I for one am very grateful for the people I have had brought into my life through divine appointments over the last two to three months. In fact just this evening I spent several hours with some great friends. We typically have a worship/jam session on Thursdays, but we were unable to do so this week. However, instead of calling it a wash and doing our own thing we decided to meet up anyway. I am so glad we did. It was a time to share with one another where we are in life, struggles and successes. Confident leaps of faith and areas of uncertainty. Then we prayed for one another in each of those areas and as led even more. It is great to have the support both in the physical realm as well as the spiritual realm to walk through life with.

With all that being said I am off to bed now whereas I will be up and at 'em in less than six hours whereas I am leaving tomorrow for cAMPed to be a counselor for the summer youth camp. I am very excited for what God is going to do in the lives of the youth. I am blessed to be able to be a part of it as well. Until next time keep focused on Him and the power of His might, whereas He can and will provide all you need.


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