Yesteday’s Tozer On Christian Leadership…

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Oh Dear Friends,

This particular series by Tozer is God’s amazing timing!! I have been in the Spiritual battle. Yes, I do struggle with health issues but there are Spiritual battles going on. The Lord allows me to know through His Holy Spirit when one is taking place…if only to pray. I am so thankful He is there to guide and encourage. And in His great majesty, allowed someone like me to serve someone like Him.  His timing on these long read devotionals to land during this season. I am humbled and truly see the sovereignty of God.

What a mighty God we serve Dear Friends!!

Keep serving Him well,

k xoxo

Spiritual Warfare and Sin: Fight or Die

For all that is in the world—the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life—is not of the Father but is of the world. And the world is passing away, and the lust of it; but he who does the will of God abides forever.—1 John 2:16-17

Someday the church can relax her guard, call her watchmen down from the wall and live in safety and peace; but not yet, not yet….

The healthiest man has enough lethal bacteria in him to kill him within twenty-four hours except for one thing-the amazing power of the human organism to resist bacterial attack. Every mortal body must fight its internal enemies day and night. Once it surrenders its hours are numbered. Quite literally it must fight or die….

The church lives in a hostile world. Within and around her are enemies that not only could destroy her, but are meant to and will unless she resists force with yet greater force. The Christian would collapse from sheer external pressure were there not within him a counterpressure sufficiently great to prevent it. The power of the Holy Spirit is, therefore, not optional but necessary. Without it the children of God simply cannot live the life of heaven on earth. The hindrances are too many and too effective. That Incredible Christian, 86-87.

“Thank You for the power of the Holy Spirit within me to wage this constant warfare for me. In my flesh I am so weak for such unrelenting battle. Give Your strength today. Amen.”

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