“And since we know he hears us when we make our requests, we also know that he will give us what we ask for.”
1 John 5:15 NLT

Welcome to the 29th week of our devotional recap. This week, we reminded ourselves on how we receive boldness through the Holy Spirit, what it means to pray without ceasing, understanding God’s love as revealed in his salvation plan, and the advantage of having the Holy Spirit. We then proceeded to learn how to live a consecrated life.

On Monday, we started off by learning that the Holy Spirit in us makes us bold in the line of our divine assignment. He gives us power to be bold in pursuit of God’s will for our life. This explains why Jesus instructed His disciples not to go into the world to preach till they have received the Spirit (Acts 1:4-5).

On Tuesday, we saw that in prayer, we build intimacy with God. We build capacity for all He has called us unto, laying brick upon brick. This births a consciousness to seek God for the bread that He is and not the bread that He gives (John 6:35). So, even if you fall asleep while praying, you wake up and continue praying, you don’t stop! (Matthew 26:36-44)

Wednesday’s study was a reminder that God’s love can be perceived in His Salvation plan. He did not wait for us to feel bad for our sins or plead for mercy. Rather, He sent Jesus to die for us before we knew we needed saving (Romans 5:8). God’s love in action was Him giving His son for the world. No greater love than this!

We were stirred up on Thursday with the consciousness that the Holy Spirit in us makes Jesus unlimited. This means that every believer anywhere in the world can do exactly what Jesus did while He was on earth (John 14:12). Because of the Holy Spirit, Jesus’ workings are multiplied on earth. We can cast out devils, we can lay hands on the sick, and they will recover. Glory!

We concluded on Friday by emphasizing that we have been called to a life of consecration. We live not for ourselves, but for Christ. As such, we must develop a vibrant prayer life (Mark 1:35), devote time to Bible study (2 Timothy 3:14), get accountable, and belong to a sound local church.

Like our anchor scripture depicts, God hears you, but He wants to have an intimate relationship with you and not just meet your needs. Cultivate a culture of fervency and maintain a consistent prayer life from today. Give yourself to prayer and reading of the Word daily.

Bible Reading Plan:
Luke 12:13-21, 2 Thessalonians 2:13-17, Psalms 147, 2 Chronicles 25-27

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