Living in the Moment is to live in this very moment with God, not rehearsing the past or anticipating the future, just living with Him in my now.
I can be robbed of my life by not being in my Now Moment! Life is found in our moments. And what makes us a person is being in that moment, experiencing it with Him and those He puts around us.
Our present moment is home! Yesterday is our house from yesteryear and tomorrow is the possible house of our future, now is where we actually live.
Jesus quotes the Psalms which says we are gods. Are we truly little gods? We are gods as He Himself is God in us. What little Christs equals is Christ in me, not me trying to be Him.
There is an agony of death to living in the resurrected Life of Christ. But it's the enemy’s hope that I stay in the flesh and remain impotent!
The word merit is shocking. How often have I not taken my place as royal because I simply didn't feel I was worthy?
Being royal is being born into a royal family, but being royalty is living in the rank, power and authority of a monarchy. Are we living in royalty or beneath our stature?
Often we're tempted to fixate on the devil to remain safe. It's the enemies tactic and hope, desiring to keep our eyes on him and off the Lord.
I received a word from God through a beautiful man. He said, “Abandon your rights to anger about this situation.” I had no idea where the ramification of my obedience would lead.
For years of my Christian life I carried shame like a cloak and it hid my light under a bushel. Not only did it obscured my view of myself in Christ but it also colored others view of me.
A friend of mine asked if he was listening to the instruction of man too closely. So I asked the Father, "When is close too close?"
Troubled with this world? I just might be looking at the wrong thing. If I'm experiencing despair and discouragement, the problem might be my vision and not my circumstance.