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Sacrificial.

Dear Bearer of the Cross,

“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.”

Hebrews 13:16 ESV

This passage stretches across the board in so many aspects of our lives. It emphasizes the posture of our hearts as believers. What was the mission of Christ as He journeyed the earth? He did not withhold from others. He was a great steward of the little that He did have when He resided here on earth. He loved immensely and He was not selfish about tangible or physical things— whether it was food or something else, the Bible is a solid record of relentless stories about the humility of the Lord. I think it is important that we ask ourselves— what is the position of your heart? Do you share freely and willingly? Is your heart in a posture of sacrificial stance? This requires the Spirit of the Lord filling and occupying our spirits and chipping away at our fleshly beings. It aligns with an attitude that resembles the desire to have less of ourselves and more of Him.

Share the good news, be a steward of the gifts that our Savior entrusted specifically to you, and walk in the joy and light of His love today!

His Disciple,

<Aryn><

1 Timothy 4:12

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Touch.

Dear Warrior for Christ, 

“”And now, the Master, GOD, sends me and his Spirit with this Message from GOD your Redeemer, The Holy of Israel: “I am GOD, your God, who teaches you how to live right and well. I show you what to do, where to go. If you had listened all along to what I told you, your life would have flowed full like a river, blessings rolling in like waves from the sea. Children and grandchildren are like sand, your progeny like grains of sand. There would be no end of them, no danger of losing touch with me.””

‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭48:17-19‬ ‭MSG‬‬
I think it is so interesting that we often question why things happen one way or another and we wish for our own desires to be brought to fruition. In this passage, our Heavenly Father makes it clear that if we were to always follow His plans, His direction, and His faithful hand then we would see such fruitfulness abounding in our lives. This passage narrows it down for us and really emphasizes the fact that we must lean into Him. It is only when we turn away from God, even in the slightest way, that we develop our own self-driven ideas and ambitions versus being Kingdom driven in our thought process and perspective. Yes, we experience maturation and such spiritual growth when the Lord has to redirect our hearts due to this issue yet we could enjoy far more blissful and Spirit-fulfilling, friuitful lives if we were to be in full alignment with the Holy Spirit. 

May we all have Kingdom driven motives and hearts that are in full submission to His direction! Father, bless us with a passion to truly know You more. This will allow us to know ourselves on a greater level as we lose ourselves within You and we drown in Your ever-loving grace! 
  His Disciple, 

     <Aryn><

1 Timothy 4:12

Crippling.

Dear Salt of the Earth,

“There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love.” ‭‭1 John‬ ‭4:18‬ ‭ESV‬‬

Fear is crippling as it prevents us from living full lives as our Savior desires. It becomes like a disease of the mind. The most wonderful thing about the fearing the Lord first and foremost is that He drives out even the slightest fear, anxiety, and burdens! Praise Him today for you are free from the chains which once enchained! 

His Disciple,
  <Aryn><
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The Mundane.

Dear Salt of the World, 
“The true test of a person’s spiritual life and character is not what he does in the extraordinary moments of life, but what he does during the ordinary times when there is nothing tremendous or exciting happening.”
May we remember that we should honor the Lord and praise Him during the mundane moments of our lives as well as our seasons when we are able to have the mountain top experience.
  His Disciple,

     <Aryn><

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Word to the Wise.

Dear Child of the Risen King,
“The words of the wise heard in quiet are better than the shouting of a ruler among fools.”

‭‭Ecclesiastes‬ ‭9:17‬ ‭ESV‬‬
In this passage, Solomon addresses the fact that wisdom is essential as it contributes to the vitality of preserving and protecting our peace. It then summons the question, how does one become wise? In 1 John 2:6, it is discussed that by abiding in our Heavenly Father, we will do as He does. We become more like Him as we are being made into His likeness. The process requires being pressed and molded into the person that God created us to be; meaning, there will be discomfort as He rids us of all that we are used to and He makes us into His likeliness. God does not like it when we complacent. We must dependent on Him in all of our ways.
Are you choosing to abide in Him? Choose to heed wisdom and remain in His truth as He makes you into His likeness!
His Disciple,

   <Aryn><

1 Timothy 4:12

Maintenance.

Dear Child of the Risen King, 

Father, You care for my spirit in ways that are far greater than I am able to articulate. When I am with you and I am present— in mind, body, and spirit, I experience heaven by means of an earthly form. You are always present with Me even though it requires my desire to be fully present with You in order to enjoy the present that is given life through Your presence. The strings of my heart were woven by You. You extend Your grace to me as You go before me and You walk behind me. Your love carries me faithfully which shows me how to love and how to be loved. You knit me together each piece of my being and wove each string of my heart. There is no individual that could know me better than You know me. Your love reaches for me. It supports me, it uplifts me, and it leads me into newness. 
May the Lord speak directly to you this week friend! He desires to know your innermost parts and pour into the aspects of your life that you attempt to conceal.
 His Disciple,

    <Aryn><

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To Size It Up.

Dear Chosen One,
“You can tell the size of your God by looking at the size of your worry list. The longer your list, the smaller your God.”
This should settle heavily in all of our hearts. It speaks directly to exactly where our priorities reside. Are you sizing up God or are you sizing up your worry list?
 His Disciple,

    <Aryn><

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Shadows.

Dear Chosen, 
“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” ‭‭John‬ ‭1:5‬ ‭ESV‬‬

As I prayed over this verse, I was discussing with the Lord why I love shadows so much. He explained to me, “The shadows I create attract your attention because they are glimpses of the light that I bring to your life. You are able to see my light pierce through darkness when I use my light to penetrate the circumstances of your life.”

Allow His light to be the guiding factor that directs you, even amidst your gloomiest day!
  His Disciple, 

     <Aryn><

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Soul Food.

Dear Child of the Living God,
Has your soul ever ached for the Lord? Is your spirit fed by the only true source of life-giving fuel? The Holy Spirit will feed your spirit in the most fulfilling way. Where do you find your fulfillment? Our Heavenly Father will calm any fear, insecurity, guilt, shame, void— He can silence any misleading voice, He can heal any open wound or scar. He does not just null our aches and pains, He will repair and heal our innermost hurts. He will meet you in the NOW. Your past has no correlation to your current situation with Christ— He will ALWAYS meet you in your NOW. Apart from God, we fall apart. He is food for the soul. He gives life to our spirits, birthing totality in our beings.
John 6:35 Then Jesus declared, “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.
He will satisfy your cravings and He will quench any thirst that exists with you— give Him whatever is weighing on you right now. May our souls reside in the sustenance of His love!
  His Disciple,

     <Aryn><

1 Timothy 4:12

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