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by Dr Andre and Jenny Roebert
Tuesday, 06 November 2018 | Reading taken from Proverbs 3:24 (AMP)
When we choose to walk in God's divine Wisdom, there is nothing to fear or be anxious about. Making the Wisdom of God the principal thing in our lives ensures a peaceful confidence that trumps every other conflicting factor in our lives. So what does it mean to walk securely in His wisdom? It means to walk in His ways. It means to begin each day in His Word and in fellowship with Him. It means to take His perspective and His promises, grasping them with our whole hearts and minds and making them our own. Then it means to have His perspective dominate every single thing we face and do and speak in that day. No matter how contrary to that promise certain circumstances may seem, we force ourselves to allow what God's Word says dominate our reality over and above what we may be feeling or seeing in the natural. We really can do this, and it is more than just mind over matter, or wishful thinking. Remember that you are connected to the kingdom of heaven through the Holy Spirit Who lives in you. That kingdom is more real and permanent than anything here on earth, and it's spiritual principles outweigh and overpower all earthly ones. Jesus taught us to pray and declare that His kingdom come and His will be done on earth, as it is in heaven! You aren't denying what is happening around you, you are just choosing to see it through God’s perspective, and then exercising your faith through prayer, bringing your circumstances into line with God’s will. The Word says everything we see here is temporary, but what we declare from God’s Word by faith is permanent! Our faith is the substance of what we hope for and the evidence of what we don't see, and this is exactly how we are told to live! So get in agreement with what God’s Word says, speak and act according to its truth, then all you do - even sleep - will be anchored by the peace that is found only in Him.