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Tuesday, August 18 2020

Make Him Greater

Do you remember using a microscope in science class? I remember having science projects where the Teacher would have us collecting tiny insects and looking at them under a microscope. To see the smallest particle, we would have to increase the power at least 10 times. It was amazing that what could not visibly be seen by the naked eye, would sometimes require magnification 1000 times. The interesting little fact about a microscope is that with every increase of magnification, whatever form of debris and other objects that occupied that microscope slide would suddenly disappear. All for the purpose of what was really intended to be found became visible and observed.

The Psalmist sings, “Oh magnify the Lord with me and let us exalt His name together! Great things happen when corporate worship takes place, but can I tell you that even greater things transpire when we magnify Him?

 How I am so sure? It is because when you STAND on the scripture, your corporate engagement of making Him larger and bigger than any and every obstacle or situation at hand, forces every being that exist to bow to His presence and disappear. We find him as we increase our magnification, there is nothing else (contrary to Him) that can occupy the same space or better yet, seems relevant! Make time today to make him greater than anything that you are facing. By doing so, increases his presence in you and reassures your ability of being confident that everything is going to work out for your good!

~ Amichia

Ps. 34:3                             Ps. 24:8-9                            Matt.18:20                    Ps. 48:1

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Tuesday, August 11 2020

I Must Confess

 You know that old proverbial saying, “Confession is good for the soul”? Well, there is A LOT of truth in that. Especially when it comes to the times when you are waiting for something good to happen for you.   We are told in the Word of God that, “if we confess our sins, God is faithful and just to forgive us and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”

Have you ever been in a position where you had been expecting breakthrough or perhaps just looking for your prayers to be answered? Satan like to visit in those times, with the hopes of injecting some suggestions of discouragement and you not being deserving of anything good. He often relies heavily on you becoming downtrodden from your past mistakes.

The key to overcoming such antics is taking the time to be transparent, have those private conversations and confessional moments with the Father. Why? It is because transparency is what makes you capable of producing results, while confession is what makes you free. Once confession has been made, God no longer holds you liable, but instead forgives and cleanses you from the errors and labeling of your past. You have been made right—deserving—and are now in a favorable position to receive all the good that is due you! You just have to know it and embrace it each day. Remove yourself from having a sin-filled, guilty conscience and make it a habit to conversate with the Lord…after all, those blessings with your name on it, He thinks you deserve it!

~ Amichia

1 John 1:9              Matt. 6:12                      Rom. 6:18                     II Cor. 5: 17-21

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