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Being Spiritually Healthy and Yielding Fruit

Psalm 1:3 - And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.

Observation
WATER IS USED AS A SYMBOL OF THE WORD OF GOD. THE TREE IS "PLANTED BY STREAMS OF WATER". IT IS HEALTHY AND YIELDS FRUIT BECAUSE IT IS NEAR THE WATER AND CAN DRAW THE WATER BY ITS ROOTS.

Affirmation

IN THE SAME WAY I AM CONNECTED TO THE WORD OF GOD SO IT CAN FLOW CONTINUOUSLY INTO MY LIFE. THEN I WILL BEAR MY FRUIT IN ITS SEASON.


Revelation 2:6 - But you have this in your favor; You hate the practices of the Nicolaitans, which I also hate.

THE DOCTRINE OF THE NICOLAITANS IS COMPROMISE WITH THE WORLD.

Affirmations
I CONFESS THAT I AM FREE FROM THE WORLD!

I DO NOT WALK IN COMPROMISE! AS A RESULT OF MY FIRM DETERMINATION TO WALK WITH GOD, I HAVE POWER OVER SIN, POWER OVER SATAN, AND POWER WHEN I PRAY.

I AM CONFIDENT THAT HIS PRESENCE IN MY LIFE IS GETTING STRONGER TOO!



Song of Solomon 2:8 - The voice of my beloved! Behold, he comes leaping upon the mountains, skipping upon the hills.

YOU HEAR AND RECOGNIZE HIS VOICE AT ONCE. THE BRIDEGROOM (JESUS) BOTH EMBRACES YOU AND DWELLS WITHIN YOU. HE DOES NOT MERELY WALK UPON THE HILLS (WHICH ARE THE MORE EXTERNAL PARTS OF YOUR SOUL), BUT UPON THE MOUNTAINS (THE DEEPEST PART OF YOUR SPIRIT). YOU ARE IN UNION WITH GOD WHICH DEEPLY CHANGES YOU WITHIN.

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