Anchor Song: I Will Live
Artist: Israel And New Breed
I stumbled on PST. Brian Houston the other day speaking about “Receptivity”, and amongst other things, he spoke about what makes a service powerful. According to him, even when the preacher has adequately prepared for the service, there is nothing like the hunger, the spirit of anticipation, the openness to receive that’s coming from the crowd.
I guess many of us think that the amount of “power” available during a service is solely dependent on the minister, but no, every one in that service has a part to play, and includes YOU!
Haven’t you noticed that every time it was mentioned that the disciples were gathered in “one accord”, tremendous power broke out? So, ask yourself, for every service you attend, do you want to help increase the power made available or do want to reduce it? Each time you go hungry to a service, with high expectations of receiving from God, you are making the service better, not just for yourself, but for others who would attend the same service. Acts 2:1 – And when the day of Pentecost was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place[KJV]. In the words of Israel Houghton, the atmosphere of expectations is the breeding ground for miracles. For every encounter with God, go expectant!!! God Bless You!
#DailyPills #Devotional #Inspiration #GoodMusic