Day 49 2 Corinthians 10:5

“Thoughts and Actions!”
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It is written,“Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ. “ (2 Corinthians 10:5)
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“We break down every thought and proud thing that puts itself up against the wisdom of God. We take hold of every thought and make it obey Christ.”  Living in order with God starts from the Inside. A life of transformation begins with our daily thoughts. “We take hold of every thought and make it obey Christ.” Our greatest weapon in combating the enemy is the Word of the Lord. We daily awaken to a battle field. And not known to most, is the battle field of our own minds. God has given us victory over all obstacles in our way, but it is how we perceive these things that give us victory.
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A man within his mind will wake up for work; because he knows that he will be reward will be given him to live. His employer has stated in writing that he will be paid a certain amount if he works the amount hours a day and certain days a week. If he is late, he gets a warning, if the work is not done, he has to stay overtime. Once a man works overtime, he is paid extra for finishing the work. On holidays, if the man works, his employer pays him a double portion. When a man is being promoted, he will train his replacement in his ways so that he may take his new promotion. When a man is found to be faithful in his work, he is called upon to be a manager. As a manager a man is called to delegate work to those who he is over. Once those who are below him have been shown to be faithful and add to growth of the company, the man’s territory is expanded. All these action all began as a thought the size of a seed that was planted.
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When a man is faithful in his thoughts, his actions are blessed. God has written contact with every man, and by God’s Word, shall receive the payment by His work in the kingdom. We are kingdom minded people, so I plead today, let your heart be focused on the work that God has given you in your life, because even on holidays, our work is awarded with a double portion of the Lord Blessing.

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