“And He died for all, that those who live should live no longer for themselves, but for Him who died for them and rose again.”  – ‭‭II Corinthians‬ ‭5‬:‭15‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

Welcome to the fifth weekly devotional recap of the year. This week, we learned about the power of imagination in the fulfilment of prophecy, God’s love and how to respond to it. We also got a reminder to live purposefully and trust in God. 

On Monday, we learned to see our God-given visions through the lens of the Spirit. The power of imagination is one of the best gifts God gave to man, and we ought to take advantage of it. Like Abraham, God wants us to look as far as our eyes can see (Genesis 13:14-17). And we can do this by meditating on God’s word and constantly seeing ourselves the way God sees us. 

Tuesday’s article reminded us to live purposefully, making every moment of our lives count for God and the Gospel (2 Corinthians 5:15). Our lives on earth may be temporary. Still, we can do things that will count for eternity, so we may someday declare confidently like Apostle Paul, that we have fought the good fight of faith (2 Timothy 4:7-8). 

Wednesday’s devotional urged us to look beyond our natural abilities and limitations and rest in God’s power to bring His word to pass. Like He used Moses and Mary, God can use ordinary individuals for extraordinary feats when aligned with His will (Exodus 4: 10, Isaiah 9:6-7). We ought to relinquish control, allowing the zeal of the Lord to be our guiding force in fulfilling our God-given visions and assignments (Isaiah 37: 32).

On Thursday, we learned about God’s love which He showed us through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ (Romans 5:8). God loved us first and then gave us His Spirit as an earnest (Romans 5: 5, 1 John 4: 19). Through God’s bankable love, we experience peace and assurance (Romans 5: 1, 1 John 17-18). The proof that we have experienced God’s love is that we, in turn, love others (John 15: 12-13).

Friday’s article highlighted how to respond to God’s love. Love is a fruit of our regenerated Spirit, and because God’s Spirit dwells in us, His love is evident in how we treat everyone. As believers, we respond to God’s love by obeying Him (John 14:15), loving others (1 John 4:7), and preaching the Gospel (John 21:17b). 

As our anchor scripture makes clear, God bought us with a price, and now, we ought to live purposefully for Him. Beloved, let us go forth with this knowledge, loving as He does, trusting in His word,  and sharing His word with the world. 

Have a great Weekend!

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