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At 1:25pm on July 25, 2019, Albert Finch said…

Albert Finch Ministry - Daily Devotional - July 25, 2019

Hebrews 4:12 - “For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart.”  

The Word of God is alive and full of life! Therefore, it administers life wherever it is applied. It doesn’t matter how dark and deadly your circumstances may be. The Word of God has the supernatural life within it to fulfill the promises of God in your life.

If you have a need in your life today, go to the Word of God. Find a promise to stand on regarding your need…begin planting that seed in your heart. Say it aloud over and over as you let that Word take root inside of you. Let that Word become real to you as you continually meditate on it. And then watch it come alive!

At 12:34pm on July 24, 2019, Albert Finch said…

Albert Finch Ministry - Daily Devotional - July 24, 2019

Isaiah 43:25,26 - “I, even I, am the one who wipes out your transgressions for My own sake, And I will not remember your sins.  Put Me in remembrance, let us argue our case together; State your cause, that you may be proved right.”  

As long as you allow the devil to keep reminding you of past sins and failures, he will take advantage of you.  Constantly dwelling on the past will keep your faith inoperative. And as long as you have no confidence in your own faith, your prayers will be hindered. 

Why does God say that He won’t remember our sins for His own sake?  So that He can bless us!  He blots out our sins for His own sake so He can help us and demonstrate His great mercy and love on our behalf. 

At 7:57pm on July 23, 2019, Albert Finch said…

2 Corinthians 1:8,9 - “For we do not want you to be unaware, brethren, of our affliction which came to us in Asia, that we were burdened excessively, beyond our strength, so that we despaired even of life; indeed, we had the sentence of death within ourselves so that we would not trust in ourselves, but in God who raises the dead;”  

Paul didn’t break, and he didn’t die!  Likewise, if you hold on and fight right where you are, you also won’t break or be destroyed!  God’s delivering power is yours!  He has rescued you in the past; He will rescue you now, and He will rescue you again and again in the future.  

All He asks is that you “stay put” right where He called you – refusing to move, rejecting every temptation to give up, and deciding to never give in to the pressure that the devil wants to pile on top of you. 

If you’ll be faithful and wage war with the power and armor of God, you’ll discover that God will be with you all the way through to a successful conclusion.

At 4:31pm on July 22, 2019, Albert Finch said…

Acts 20:24 - “But I do not account my life of any value nor as precious to myself, if only I may finish my course and the ministry that I received from the Lord Jesus.”  

 Whatever your revealed purpose in Christ, you will be energized by opening your mind to ideas, and closing the narrow mental corridors of convention and sameness. Life in the Spirit has much to offer, and pursuing your destiny can be exciting and thrilling. But it also requires your entire being.  

Destiny chasers engage every fiber of their being in following the path God has set before them. They are not bored or lazy or negative – they remind themselves why they are on this journey. 

When you want to be your best and do your best for God, you keep moving past the humps. You find the energy to re-engage in your purpose, and you remember that your calling is greater than you. 

At 2:22pm on July 20, 2019, Albert Finch said…

Ephesians 3:19 - “Be filled with all the fullness of God." 

 We want our whole being to be so full of the life of Jesus that the Holy Spirit can speak and act through us. We want the Word in our heart and the faith it produces. We want to live always in Him.

 We cry out for the inspiration of the God of power. We want to act in the Holy Spirit. We want to breathe out divine life. We want the glory, miracles, and wonders that work out the purpose of God for our life. 

We want to be absorbed by God, and we want to know nothing among men except Jesus and Him crucified (1 Corinthians 2:2).

At 1:37pm on July 14, 2019, Albert Finch said…

John 15:4 - “Live in me, and I will live in you. A branch cannot produce any fruit by itself. It has to stay attached to the vine. In the same way, you cannot produce fruit unless you live in me.”  

God created you to exalt and bring glory to His name. When you bear fruit, God is glorified. His name is exalted whenever you use the abilities He stored in you. From His storehouse of riches, God will supply all you can imagine, and more because He wants you to fulfill His purpose for your life.

 So long as you live in the vine and submitted to the discipline of the Gardner, you will know God’s blessings and will bear abundant fruit that remains. 

Your calling in Christ requires a relationship with its Source. God works hard to keep us hooked up with Him. He wants His glory to fill the earth through us. 

At 3:42pm on July 12, 2019, Albert Finch said…

Matthew 8:19 - “Then a teacher of the law came to Him and said, ‘Teacher, I will follow you wherever you go.’”  

 Only a disciple experiences full potential. He seeks new revelations and understandings concerning Jesus’ life and who He calls His disciples to be.  Don’t fall for the limitations of the world – the lies and deceptions of the lower nature. 

Get connected to God’s purpose for your life. Then stay connected.  God has chosen you to go and bear fruit – fruit that remains. Live in Christ and the Father will give you whatever you wish. 

Refuse to live below your privileged sonship. Reach for the high calling of Christ for your life. Drink deep from the vine and let your life feed others. 

At 4:31pm on July 9, 2019, Albert Finch said…

John 15:1 - “I am the true vine, and my Father is the gardener.”  Jesus says, “I am the True Vine.”  

By this statement He implies that there are vines or sources that are not genuine. The potential of the branches and the vine needs the attention of the Gardener. Cutting off the old leaves that stop the vine from producing its full potential, the Gardner starts to clean up the vine. 

Are there some old leaves in your life that have been hanging around for five, ten or fifteen years? Do you need to quit a habit or two so your life more truly reflects your oneness with Christ? How many hours in a day are you losing to disobedience and rebellion? 

Prune your life through discipline and obedience to God, who desires His purpose for your life to be maximized. 

At 10:52am on July 8, 2019, Albert Finch said…

Isaiah 60:1 - “Arise, shine, for your light has come! And the glory of the Lord is risen upon you.”  

The people of the world don’t have spiritual discernment.  they can only go by your physical appearance, behavior, and what happens to you.  In other words, if they notice something different about you, it is because they see the evidence of God’s glory on your life – in your family and work life, health and finances. 

When God’s glory rises upon you, your words carry weight, even if you are not eloquent. Mabe it is your hands. When you lay hands on the sick, they recover. Mabe it is your ability to give counsel that is spot-on, or your ability to speak into their future with a word of knowledge or word of wisdom from God. 

When you see this happening, it is because the people of the world are drawn to the glory of the Lord that has risen upon you!

At 6:17am on July 7, 2019, Albert Finch said…

Psalm 112:6-8 - “Surely he shall not be moved forever; the righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance. He shall not be afraid of evil tidings: his heart is fixed, trusting in the Lord.  His heart is established, he shall not be afraid, until he sees his desire upon his enemies." 

 In any battle we face in life, first of all,  we must settle in our own hearts that the victory is ours and the battle is the Lord’s – we must rule out all possibilities of defeat.  

The only way we can get our heart firmly established is to affirm and meditate on God’s promises in scripture, seeing them with the eyes of our heart, dwelling on what He has said instead of what everyone around us is saying

 
 
 

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MEDITATIONS ON JESUS - June 6, 2019

The rabble could not disturb Him; death could not corrupt Him; hell could not keep Him; and the grave could not contain Him!Gravitation could not restrain Him, and God has highly exalted Him and given Him a Name above every name, and at His Name…Continue

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