Psalm 62 – For God Alone, I Wait
The psalmist, David, has abided in a solemn oath of responsibility and faithfulness – to nurture a sole focus on the LORD during temptation to wilt, seemingly in the throes of ongoing ambush and the subject of heinous revelry by his enemies. Likewise, we can relate with David’s struggle. Temptations abound in all our lives, whether by betrayal, unforgiving attitudes, to engage in substances or activities of unhealthy dependence, or by our own inferiorities – and then some. What we learn here, from David, is the art of refocusing – and implicitly waiting – on the LORD.The Prayer of Confession and Declaration
The prayer of confession and declaration recalls a golden truth; our living God has absolute dominion. When we pray we enlist not the least of the LORD’S entire realm. The irony of this power is it’s greatest when we’re weakest.
Christian guided meditations can help the day go by easier and your outlook can be greatly improved, while strengthening your determination and faith. It has been said that the best way to experience and get to know God is to be still and listen; reference the Bible.The Twelve Holy Days of Christmas December 26 – January 6 – 7th and 8th Holy Day
Each holy day is assigned to a Disciple, sign of the Zodiac, spiritual attainment, spiritual part of the physical body and a passage from the Bible. As each day progresses see the spiritual center in your body in light. On the 12th night, January 6th, the whole body is lit up like the glorious Christmas tree. This day, “Little Christmas,” or Epiphany heralds the arrival of the three wise men.Are You ‘In Time’ For Spiritual Enquiry?
“In Time” (2011) is a motion picture dealing with the currency of time in a world where you earn time and spend it – run out of time and you’re dead. Time is a concept hedged in morality; it is the ultimate thing speaking for life and death. Being ‘in time’ is a decision we make each moment – it’s contingent on our spiritual enquiry. If we’re not interested in such enquiry, God will not give us life. But if we are, God will not rest until we have life, and have it abundantly (John 10:10).