Daily Text - Seedbed

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Every Spirit empowerment given to the Church, is designed to help us become those royal priests—bringing others back into covenant with their heavenly Father.

A new heart, tender to God, is the homecoming gift for the exile in return, a heart of flesh that is responsive to the tireless love of God.

Kingdom leadership is designed to thrive when submitted to the loving motivations of God and surrendered in discernment to the Holy Spirit. 

The activity of the Spirit of God is assumed in the book of Esther without explicit mention, which is often the way the Spirit seems to work in our lives—virtually incognito and in the most subtle of ways.

Strengthen the skills given to you by God, as an ongoing act of worship. Yield your talents and their development to the Holy Spirit along your journey.

Could you imagine yourself listening more frequently, more attentively, in your heart, for something the Holy Spirit may want to give you for someone else?

A power encounter with the God of heaven can open the doors to transformation.

Where the praise of God is igniting like a spark from a pure heart, the Spirit is in the background, adding fuel and fanning it into flame.

We are filled with the Spirit of Jesus that we might have our heavenly classroom and our Teacher within—always available to us for a lesson or three!

The Holy Spirit is not going anywhere—but we do. We can turn our hearts toward God at any moment, parting the clouds of our awareness with a song of worship or a written prayer that stirs our soul.

Each of us has a number of internal altars where, upon remembering a personal, transformative moment, we have the opportunity to kneel to give thanks again and again.

Humility is the character trait that opens David’s heart to the Spirit, and the Spirit’s heart to David. Humility will open up our relationship with the Spirit as well.

Obedience means that God asks something of us, and we have to make a quiet choice to say yes.

Across awakening history, dreams have been one way God gets his people’s attention to pray at times and in ways we wouldn’t have otherwise.

God only and ever makes glorious, beloved, reflections of his generous love!

Stealing souls from the enemy of our souls is the work of awakening, in prayer and action—and Jesus is leading the charge by his Holy Spirit in us.

The Holy Spirit is an Artist, and when hovering over chaos, emptiness, and desolation, God’s Spirit likes to move into the middle of the mess to make beautiful things.

Creating and re-creating is God’s way, the Spirit’s modus operandi. We can expect the work of the Holy Spirit of God to always be both beautiful and creative—in us and through us.

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