Tozer On Christian Leadership…

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Good morning Dear Friends,

I am a day behind. I will spend this morning catching up. I do not want to short any of these wonderful devotionals we have been going through. Mr. Tozer and our new Our Daily Bread are so rich with encouragements to take us right to the Father’s feet in knowing and serving Him better!!

 Mondays are soooo busy with homeschooling. We are out by 7 am with our classes and do not return home into the night. Whew!! It makes me tired to think of such a lovely busy day. 🙂 Once through classes we run errands, I go to physical therapy at my drs, do our shopping and then stop on the way home for a special treat for the ride home with my Sweet Family. It is a lovely day together in academic pursuits and things getting done.

Last night we came home to quite a storm. It is truly amazing. The skies were filled with amazing sights!! Beautiful clouds, magnificent lightening and eventual rain!! Thank you Lord for the rain!!

Have a wonderful day in the Lord,

k

Revival: Meet God Alone First

But you, when you pray, go into your room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father who is in the secret place; and your Father who sees in secret will reward you openly.—Matthew 6:6

Nothing can prevent the spiritual rejuvenation of the soul that insists upon having it. Though that solitary man must live and walk among persons religiously dead, he may experience the great transformation as certainly and as quickly as if he were in the most spiritual church in the world.

The man that will have God’s best becomes at once the object of the personal attention of the Holy Spirit. Such a man will not be required to wait for the rest of the church to come alive. He will not be penalized for the failures of his fellow Christians, nor be asked to forego the blessing till his sleepy brethren catch up. God deals with the individual heart as exclusively as if only one existed…. Every prophet, every reformer, every revivalist had to meet God alone before he could help the multitudes. The great leaders who went on to turn thousands to Christ had to begin with God and their own soul. The plain Christian of today must experience personal revival before he can hope to bring renewed spiritual life to his church. The Size of the Soul, 15-16.

“Lord, I pray this morning the words of Jonathan Edwards: ‘Resolved… that all men would live for the glory of God; resolved, second…that if nobody else does, I will.’ Amen.”

Devotional credit: Biblegateway.com

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