INSIGHT AT THE JAZZ FESTIVAL

 

Musical Revelation by Stuart Miles

I recently went to a local jazz festival in my city. I really enjoyed the gifts being displayed by the talented individuals on the stage. Those musicians were amazing! As I sat there relaxing, listening to the music, and enjoying the atmosphere, I began to think about what an awesome God we have. How gracious He is to bestow gifts and talents on each and every one of us!

Suddenly, in the midst of the concert, I received a flash of insight. In an instant,  God showed me that the concert performance is analogous to how the body of Christ should perform as a unit. Through this real life musical illustration, he showed me how He views the individual gifts and talents He has given to His children. Thus, I would like to share the following thoughts with you this week regarding how to view your God-given gifts as you endeavor to expand the Kingdom:

  1. Your gift is unique. Each musician played a different instrument.  In the same way the gift that God gave to you is unique. God has something for you to accomplish that no one else can. I’m quite sure that none of the musicians were saying to themselves, “I wish that could play that instrument like so-and-so can.”  No, each person played their instrument with excellence to the best of their ability, and they were dedicated to honing their skill in playing their instrument of choice.  In I Corinthians 12:18, Paul writes, “God has placed the parts in the body, every one of them, just as he wanted them to be.”  God deliberately gave you the gifts that He wanted you to have. Therefore, embrace them, hone your skills and refuse to covet the gifts of others.
  2. Your gift is important. Although the saxophonist took the lead most of the time, everybody’s instrument was necessary to make the beautiful music they were making together.  Each instrument was important to the piece they were performing.  Likewise, the gift that God gave you to share is very important. In reference to the body of Christ, Paul writes in I Corinthians 12:21, “The eye cannot say to the hand, ‘I don’t need you!’” Therefore, the body of Christ needs your gift. Refuse to let yourself go to the grave without tapping all of the gifts that God deposited within you. Purpose in your heart that you will die empty.
  3. We are better together than we are alone. Each musician needed all of the others’ musical support for their individual gift to be perceived at its best. I began to think, what if the drums were missing? What if the bass guitar was missing? The keyboard? Lead guitar? The saxophone? Without each of the musicians playing their part, the performance would have suffered a loss of sound quality. Thus, as all of the musicians poured out their gifts simultaneously, the result was that each gift was optimally perceived. As each of the band members musically backed each other up, each of their gifts was enhanced. In the same way, if the body of Christ is to operate in excellence and make the most impact in this world, we all have to use our gifts in concert. As we work together to expand the Kingdom, we become like iron sharpens iron (Proverbs 27:17), and our individual gifts are enhanced.

Therefore, celebrate the gifts that God has given you. Thank Him for the grace He’s bestowed upon you. Know that God has a plan for your life, and He wants to use those gifts for His glory. Be determined to work together in unity with your brothers and sisters in Christ for the common cause of promoting the Kingdom. When you do, Jesus will shine brightly through you, and you will be better able to represent the Master to a lost and dying world.

What insight has God given you about the gifts He has bestowed upon you and those around you? Please leave a comment below.

 

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FOUR THINGS THAT WILL CHANGE THE COURSE OF THIS NATION, THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

American Flag by Stuart Miles

Are you concerned about the direction this country is headed? I am very concerned. In times past, I would start to pray about the condition of this nation, and then would think, “What good will my prayers do? Things are just going to get worse anyway.” But for some reason, one morning I woke up with the following scripture in my head from II Chronicles 7:14: “If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.” I thought, “That is the Word of God, and if He said it, then change is possible.” However, the question is, how will we get back to being a Christian nation? How will the rebirth of the original vision that our forefathers held in the beginning come to pass? The answer is in II Chronicles 7:14 which states that the land can be healed, but several things must take place for God to hear, forgive His people, and heal our land, the United States of America:

  1. “If my people who are called by my name…” The emphasis is on “MY people.” We are God’s people. We must see ourselves as a community of believers, the Army of God. We must come together and unify because where there is unity, the blessing is commanded (Psalm 133:1-3). We must mobilize and stop letting Satan use our petty denominational differences to divide us.
  2. “…Shall humble themselves…” indicates that humility is a necessity if the turnaround of this nation is to take place. We as God’s people must humble ourselves. We must totally depend on the Living God for everything because He is truly our source of supply. His grace is what will enable us to act in ways that will help to move this country toward her manifest destiny and restore us as “the beacon on the top of a hill” (Matthew 5:14) in this world.
  3. “…Pray and seek my face…” We must pray and seek God’s face. Intercession is a must. Prayer, however, is not enough. When we think about the phrase, “seek the face of God,” that indicates fasting is in order. As Jesus said, some things only come out by prayer and fasting. The condition of our country is such that we must fast and pray regularly and corporately if we want to see change take place.
  4. “…Turn from their wicked ways…” This indicates that known sin in our lives must be dealt with. Secret sins must be confessed and repentance must follow. Little compromises must be taken seriously and eliminated. The Bible says that judgment begins in the house of God (I Peter 4:17). If the rest of the nation has any hope for change, we as the people of God have to get our house in order. That’s another reason why fasting and prayer are so important.

God Himself says if we will do the things stated above, He WILL heal our land. That indicates total turnaround is indeed possible, but the body of Christ has got to believe it! Therefore, let’s take God at His Word. He says that if we will do what He commands, He will heal our land. Let’s humble ourselves and entreat the help of God in all areas of our lives. Let’s go to a new level in our walk with the Master and make it a priority to be our best for Christ.That means that the turnaround of this nation depends on each one of us as Kingdom individuals. It’s our responsibility to do what is necessary to fulfill the call to action in II Chronicles 7:14. The course of our nation’s destiny depends on it.
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KEYS TO OVERCOMING ANXIETY

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Anxiety is an epidemic. People are taking more and more medication to combat anxiety because of what is happening in our world: The poor economic status of our country. Terrorism. Sickness and disease that currently runs rampant. The list goes on and on. It’s enough to make anyone anxious who doesn’t know the Lord and believe that He is in control.

Philippians 4:5-7 (NIV) is an excellent passage on which to focus when we feel anxious or stressed. The Apostle Paul says, “The Lord is near. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Therefore, no matter how unsettling the situations we face in this life may be, God gave us a direct command in verse 6, “Do not be anxious about anything.” God will never give us a command, and not give us what we need to carry out His instructions. So in this passage, upon deeper study, we find the following four keys that will help us to overcome anxiety and stay peaceful in the midst of tumultuous times:

  1. Recognize that the Lord is near. Verse 5 says, “The Lord is near.” When you recognize and focus on the fact that God is with you, you don’t have to be anxious. Isaiah 41:10 says, “Fear not, for I am with you.” Anxiety is a sign you have simply lost your focus and forgotten that God is with you.
  2. Roll your cares onto God. Since the Father tells us not to be anxious in verse 6, He obviously wants to give us an alternative to deal with the negative emotion of anxiety. That is why He commands in I Peter 5:7, “Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.” Therefore, bring everything that causes you anxiety before God and refuse to harbor and attitude of self-sufficiency.
  3. Remedy the problem through the application of the Word. Verse 6 gives further instruction about how to triumph over anxiety. This includes first praying praise-filled prayers about past victories. Next, petition God, tell Him what you need, and ask Him for His divine strategy. Finally, praise and thank Him for the victory in advance. At this point, when your faith is engaged, that opens the door for you to enter into God’s supernatural state of rest (Hebrews 4:3).
  4. Receive His peace. Once the Word is applied to the situation, verse 7 relays the supernatural Peace that surpasses all understanding will manifest to guard your heart. This truth is confirmed in Isaiah 59:9 which states, “When the enemy comes in like a flood the Spirit of God will raise up the standard against him.” In other words, God Himself will raise up the barrier of peace to shield your heart and mind from the onslaught of the enemy.

In summary, if you experience an anxiety attack, you must wage a counter-attack. In the midst of the storm, pray praise-filled prayers acknowledging how great and powerful God really is. Petition Him by asking him to help you and deliver you from whatever is causing the anxiety. Begin to praise and thank Him in the midst of the attack as if you really believe that He will help, protect, and defend you. You will then experience the peace of God, the peace that Jesus died to give you, coming in like a flood to guard your heart.

 

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THE CONSTANTS OF THE CHRISTIAN LIFE

Anchor by cbenjasuwan

There is one thing that is sure in this life, and that is CHANGE. Change can be very unsettling at times. That’s why I am so glad that God has also given us as Christians certain constants in life.  These are “anchors,” if you will, that keep us rooted and grounded in our faith. When we meditate on them and refuse to let the devil and the circumstances we go through in life to cause us to forget certain truths, we stay hopeful and joyful. I like to call them “The Constants of the Christian Life.” We need to strive to maintain a constant awareness of the following God-given constants in our lives:

  1. God’s Word. Jesus said in Matthew 24:35, “Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.” God’s Word is constant and His promises are sure. When we have change going on all around us, the Word of God is timeless, and it always works.
  2. God’s love. God said in Jeremiah 31:3, “I have loved thee with an everlasting love.” In Romans 8:39, the Apostle Paul writes, “[Nothing] shall be able to separate us from the love of God.” It’s so good to know that God loves us no matter what. His unconditional love is an anchor for our souls. How freeing it is to know that even if we don’t always perform perfectly, He will love us anyway.
  3. God’s presence. God said in Hebrews 13:5, “I will never leave you or forsake you.” God is always with us. We may not feel His presence, but we need to know that regardless of how we feel, He is with us because the Word says He is. Even in your darkest hour, if you believe the Lord has abandoned you, it’s only because you have chosen to take the bait of the enemy. Make up in your mind that you choose to believe God is with you no matter what is happening in your life.
  4. Our worth and value. No matter what happens to you, what people do to you, or what they say to you, you are infinitely valuable. God has assigned value to you and nothing can change that. In fact, God said, no ransom is big enough for your life (Psalm 49:7). God sent His Son to die for you. Therefore you must be of great worth! So never let anyone or anything cause you to devalue yourself based on what has happened in your past or what is going on currently in your life. God has spoken.
  5. Our righteousness. God said our sin has been exchanged for His righteousness. The exchange has been made, it’s permanent, and there is nothing the devil can do about it. Hebrews 10:14 says, “For by one sacrifice he has made perfect forever those who are being made holy.” Therefore, wear your robe of righteousness well and never let the devil deceive you into thinking that you have lost your righteousness. Isaiah 54:17 says, “Their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD.” Regardless of what you think or feel, your righteousness is not up for debate, and you can’t lose it for any reason, no matter how you feel.
  6. Eternal Life. Jesus said in John 11:25-26, “I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in Me will live even if he dies, and everyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?” Therefore, once your dead spirit has been brought to life upon believing in Jesus and receiving salvation, it will never die again. Eternal life is a constant for you. It’s not just for when we get to heaven. We have eternal life right now! That is great news.

Therefore, let’s meditate on these truths, Beloved. When we do, our identity in Christ becomes solidified. When we know who we are in Christ, we will be able to live out that identity before a dying world. When we live out that identity, that’s when the body of Christ will become all that she was meant to be, Jesus will be lifted up, and masses of unbelievers will be drawn into the Kingdom of God.

How has God kept your soul anchored in difficult times? Do you have a testimony? Please leave a comment below.

 

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TRUST GOD FOR SUPERNATURAL PROVISION

Trust by Stuart Miles

I’d like to encourage you in the area of trusting God today. I don’t know about you, but I want to increase my trust in God as time goes by and live in His peace that surpasses all understanding. I especially want to be able to trust Him in the area of provision of everything I need.  He has always been faithful and trustworthy, so I don’t even understand why I struggle with this issue sometimes. Do you ever struggle with trusting God? If so, that stronghold has got to be pulled down if you are to lay hold of the blessings that God has for you.

Our heavenly Father has promised to meet our every need.  In Matthew 6:33, Jesus said, “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”  Philippians 4:19 says, “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” God is not a “deadbeat dad.” He is in covenant with his children. He has proven Himself time and time again in my life and in yours.  He is fully trustworthy. Amen?

One day, I sat before the Lord with my journal and my heart open, waiting to get revelation from the Lord on this matter of trusting Him for provision.  What I am about to share is an excerpt from my journal.  I hope that it encourages you. This is what He relayed to me:

“When you base your future financial success only on what you can do, what you can see, and what you can fathom, and fail to include Me in the landscape of your thoughts, you will panic. You will fail. You will become overwhelmed. You will be stressed out. You will be fearful because without Me, you know that you are NOTHING and can do NOTHING. You have no control. You cannot provide for yourself. You cannot make it happen. If anything is going to happen, you have to work in partnership with Me. You have to enlist MY help. You have to trust Me to be true to My Word, or there is no hope in the matter. You must come to the conclusion that If you don’t trust Me to make the way, and if I don’t come through and keep My covenant with you (and that will never happen), you are doomed. There are no two ways about it. Trust Me to provide for you and give you the instructions that will lead you to the provision I have already laid up for you. That is the only way to get what you need. Stop fighting dependence upon Me. Trust ME. Expect Me to keep My Word. Expect provision to show up when needed. Enter into My supernatural rest by faith and receive the peace that Jesus, My Son, died to give you.”

Let that last sentence sink in. Jesus died to enable you to fully operate in His peace at all times. I pray that you, too, are serious about entering into the rest of God, especially in the area of provision. Our heavenly Father is Who He says He is. He can do what He says He can do. He is “Jehovah Jireh,” and He truly deserves our faith and trust.

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OVERCOMING DEPRESSION

Sadness Mask by Stuart Miles
Have you ever had a period in your life when you felt down emotionally? You may have felt as if you had lost your joy. The dark cloud of depression had engulfed you. For whatever reason you didn’t feel happy.You wondered if it would ever end and whether you’d ever be happy again. The good news is that, for believers, happiness is unnecessary. God does not even want you to seek happiness because happiness is based on what is happening in your life. Jesus said in this world ye shall have tribulation.  So perpetual happiness is an impossibility. However, perpetual joy is possible for you as a believer, but it depends on your response to what is happening in your life.

Nehemiah 8:10 says, “Do not be grieved, for the joy of the Lord is your strength.” Therefore, when you experience unhappy events, God says He has provided you with something better than happiness: JOY. Joy is a part of the fruit of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22) that already resides within you, and you must decide to tap into it. Below, I have listed the “Five A’s” that will help you to overcome depression and tap into the joy of the Lord:

  1. Apply positive thinking. “Stinkin’ thinkin’” can be a major factor in depression. Therefore, you must focus on the Word of God to dispel the lies of the enemy. Purpose in your heart that you will count your blessings. Train your mind to focus on the positive things God is doing. Gratitude for what God has done and focusing on God’s Word will go a long way in helping to alleviate depressed emotions.
  2. Address spiritual oppression. Luke 10:19 says that as believers, we have power over all the power of the enemy. Therefore, bind the forces of evil that are the source of depression and take authority over them. Isaiah 61:3 says that we should put on the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness. Praise pulverizes the enemy. When you feel down, worship will be instrumental in your being able to win the war against depression.
  3. Ask for supernatural healing of soul wounds. The Holy Spirit is the Healer. However, you must forgive those who have hurt you if healing is to take place in your heart. Obedience to the Word is the true barometer as to whether you have forgiven or not, and Luke 6:28 says that we are to love, bless, pray for, and do good to those who have caused us emotional pain. Therefore, you must forgive and let it go, follow the instructions of Jesus about how to treat your enemies, and only then will the healing begin that will lead to the end of depression.
  4. Alter brain chemistry. Pray and believe God for supernatural healing of the brain chemistry imbalance causing the depression. Rearrange your life to eliminate stressors that can cause your brain chemistry to shift in a negative way. See a doctor and get prescription meds or take natural supplements to help alleviate depression if necessary.
  5. Assist others. Use your gifts and talents to be a blessing to others. Find a way to make a positive difference in someone else’s life. God created you for a purpose, and He has given you gifts and talents to use for His glory and positively impact the body of Christ. When you help others, it will bring you joy.

If you are feeling down today, or if you become depressed in the future, use the “Five A’s” as a checklist. Ask God what action He wants you to take to get your joy back. When you do your part that He requires, then He will provide the supernatural power to help you overcome depression and restore the joy of your salvation.

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THE BENEFITS OF WAITING ON GOD

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Lately, God has impressed upon me the importance of “waiting” upon Him. This is what He said to me one morning as I journaled: “Everyday, I want you to take time to sit before me and let me fill you with MY power, and strength to serve. When you fail to take that time, you go in YOUR OWN strength.” Therefore, I am now seeing the importance of developing the spiritual discipline of waiting on the Lord.

What does “waiting on the Lord” really mean? It simply means to still yourself, sit quietly before the Lord, and give Him the opportunity to fill you with His power and anointing. Some people refer to it as “soaking prayer” because you are effectively absorbing His presence into your being. You also listen for His voice and receive instructions for the day. It may sound simple, but it’s harder than you think. I started out with 5 minutes, and my goal is to increase the time to 15 minutes or more. It’s hard to sit there quietly, not pray, not praise or worship God, keep your mind focused on Him and the download process, not let the devil to distract you, not let your mind wander, and not fall asleep. By all means, waiting takes major mental and spiritual discipline!

One of the best known scriptures regarding waiting on the Lord is Isaiah 40:31 which states, “But they that wait upon the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint.” In light of what God has been showing me about waiting on Him, I saw in this verse the following benefits that you will be able to receive if you make the choice to wait on God daily:

  1. Gain spiritual strength. “They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength.” Therefore if you are spiritually weak today, waiting on the Lord is the remedy.
  2. Remain above instead of beneath your circumstances. “They shall mount up with wings of eagles.” As eagles fly far above the earth, likewise, you can fly above your circumstances.
  3. Be able to be content and thrive in negative situations. Eagles fly at altitudes where the air is thinner and other birds don’t fly. They fly alone. Therefore, you will be more apt to be content and thrive in less favorable conditions than those who don’t wait on the Lord.
  4. Do extraordinary feats with less effort. Eagles soar high with their wings expanded. They glide without flapping their wings excessively. When you “soak,” you will receive the power to do extraordinary feats under the power and anointing of God with less effort.
  5. Possess boundless energy. “They shall run and not grow weary.” This indicates that waiting on God will result in you having boundless energy. Waiting on the Lord and receiving energy into our bodies is like charging a cell phone battery to the 100% level.
  6. Maintain spiritual sensitivity. “They shall walk and not faint.” When we faint we lose consciousness. Waiting will make you spiritually sensitive and allow you to remain conscious of what is going on in the spirit realm.
  7. Maintain the ability to persevere through hardship. Fainting is synonymous with “giving up.” When we wait upon the Lord, we will gain the ability to endure hardship without throwing in the proverbial towel.

Saints, the Bible says in Isaiah 30:15, “In quietness and in confidence shall be your strength.” Getting quiet before the Lord on a daily basis is imperative if we want to be spiritually strong and victorious in this life. So, as King David stated, I also encourage you, “Wait on the LORD: be of good courage, and he shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the LORD” (Psalm 27:14).

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