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Ever wondered what it really means to be born again? It might not be what you think it is. Included in this teaching is the truth behind the phrase “being born again”, the meaning of John 3:3, the freedom Jesus gives us to say no, and the key to victorious living. Receive revelation knowledge and understanding of what Jesus meant by being born again.

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The phrase “being born again” jumped out at me in the beginning of this year. Many who visit my website are already living in Christ, so I found that strange at first. As I kept on listening for Him, it became clear of what He wants to do for you and through you:

The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they
might have life, and life more abundantly. John 10:10 KJV

It’s been said, and I agree completely, that if all Jesus did was die for us on the cross so that we can be eternally with the Father, we could not praise Him enough, love Him enough, worship Him enough. It is the core reason Jesus was born, lived, died, and resurrected. However, being the giver that God is, that was not enough. He wanted us to be born again, in every sense of the phrase. To have life, and that life more abundantly.

How do we get there? How can we live an abundant life? As the Amplified Bible puts it, to the full, till it overflows?

And there we saw the giants, the sons of Anak, [which come] of the giants: and we were in our own sights as grasshoppers, and so we were in their sight. Numbers 13:33 KJV

Time and time again, as I minister to people from around the world, the common denominator in their struggles is the perception of how they see themselves. Over and over I hear: “ I know that God can, but will He do it for me?” Or, “Why
should God bless me?” Or, “I know that He’s all powerful, but maybe He will and maybe He won’t. I’ll see…” Or “Well, I’m just a lowly no body. I just need enough for my family. I don’t need much. I just need enough to make it, Lord.”

Did you know that this is self-centeredness? It might sound like humility, but it’s not. Self-centeredness causes us to have a distorted image of ourselves. And so, if you have a distorted image of yourself, that’s how others will see you. Here, in the book of Numbers, we see that the Israelites are again doubting God. Once again, they put their eyes on themselves and in the power of their own might instead of saying and trusting in what God has said about them and about their future.

What do you say about yourself? Do you say what God says or do you say what others have said about you? What do you say about your future? Does it match up to what God has already prophesied in His Word?

We need to be born again so that those images that have been placed in you during your formative years are renewed and replaced by what God says. It is the only way to live a life of victory. You must be born again in your inner image. You are made in the similitude of God. You are made to function like Him. Is your life reflecting that in every area?

This is an ongoing project. Every time we think we’ve arrived we realize that there is yet another level of trust that we need to surrender to the Lord. So what now? What do you do to renew and correct your inner image?

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The real reason we walk through the fire. Insight from the richest man who ever lived in Proverbs 17.

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If the project isn’t over your head, then it’s very possible that it is either not from God or you are thinking way too small.

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Today’s power verse can be found in Proverbs 12 and verse one: Whoso loveth instruction loveth knowledge: but he that hateth reproof [is] brutish.

This is probably one of the hardest pills to swallow. No one really likes to be corrected. You aren’t going to read this 12 times by the end of year and then jump out of bed next January and say: Today is going to be a good day! Someone is going to correct me! Yipee!

I believe that this is one of the reasons that people aren’t succeeding in what they are setting out to do. They don’t want to be corrected by their doctor when they are told to eat right and exercise and then wonder why they feel so bad. They don’t want to be corrected by their supervisor at work then wonder why they haven’t gotten a decent raise. They don’t want to be corrected by their pastor and then wonder why they feel so dry.

But when you hate to receive correction your heart begins to get harden, and with that, everything else. Before you know it, your emotions will follow and you begin to do brutish (stupid) things. You do stupid things because you’ve allowed yourself not to receive the correction that could have saved you all the headaches.

Correction is a necessary part of life. It is the equivalent of pruning in the garden that of your life. You can’t just let those weeds get out of control. The best time to get them is when before they start popping up. Learn to love correction when it comes. You won’t like it then, but you will appreciate it later.

 

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Today’s power verse comes from Proverbs 21 and verse five: The thoughts of the diligent tend only to plenteousness; but of every one that is hasty only to want.

Continuing on the topic of good planning, here in Proverbs it gives us yet another good reason to do it: it leads to prosperity. On the other hand, it also warns us that being hasty and taking shortcuts leads to having want. Want is another way of saying not enough, poverty, or being behind.

One thing I love about Jesus when you read the Gospels is that He was never in a hurry. Even when people were calling Him to come quickly because someone was dying, He would begin the journey without rushing. He made a plan to get there to give the person what s/he needed in order to be well. He was focused. But if someone needed help on the way, He would stop and help them. Even when things looked like it was all over, He kept on with His plan and people came back to life!

Making a plan gives you room for the unexpected. When you are hasty, you tend to make mistakes which will cost you later. It can cost you things like your time and money or even relationships like your job or marriage. How many times have you made a hasty decision only to find out you didn’t have all the facts?

Don’t be impatient. Make a plan.

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Today’s power verse comes from Proverbs 20 and verse 18: Every purpose is established by counsel: and with good advice make war.

When I was 13, I came to know Jesus as my Lord and Savior. Shortly thereafter, I had an urge to begin to pray for my husband. I made a list. There were certain things about my father that I wanted my husband to have. They were the non-negotiables. I purposed in my heart, I made a plan, that I would marry a man like my father. I took the counsel of my mother, by the way she lived her life and her interaction with my father, that this was the way marriage was suppose to be.

In the end, following my mother paid off for me. After seven years of praying on and off for my husband, my plan came to life! I met the man I was going to marry. Everything I love about my father and wanted in a husband, my husband is.

You need to have something written down somewhere about what you want to have in your life. Otherwise, it’s just wishful thinking. Learn from the people around you and see if there is anything they did that you can implement in what you desire. You can even receive nowadays good counsel for free by surfing the internet.

The whole world is available to you to learn from. Make a plan today for what your greatest desire is and get some good counsel to go after it! Failing to plan is planning to fail.

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Today’s power verse comes from Proverbs 19 and verse 18: Chasten thy son while there is hope, and let not thy soul spare for his crying.

I have three children at the time of this posting (10, 8, and 2), so this particular proverb really speaks to me. It encourages me that in order to really be a good mom, I will have to make sure to discipline them, even if it’s hard work for me.

Observing the children around you, you know who is disciplined and who are not. We think we are doing our child a disservice if we don’t give them what they want. We want them to “be happy.”

I don’t care about my children’s happiness. What makes them happy today is not going to make them happy next month. They are children. They don’t really know what real happiness is.

I want them to live a long, healthy, prosperous life. If they would adhere to wisdom, then they will be happy. But to try to put the child’s happiness over discipline because I, as a parent, am too lazy or don’t want to see the child sad, I would be condemning that child to ruin.

While they are young is while there is hope. Discipline your children now so that they may live a prosperous life. Every child is different. Ask God how you can discipline your child effectively. He created him/her. He knows best.

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The wisdom from the richest man who ever lived, King Solomon:

Today’s power verse comes from Proverbs 18 and verse one: Through desire a man, having separated himself, seeketh and intermeddleth with all wisdom. 

Looking back in the book of Genesis, we see that Adam is made alone. Then, as God looked upon the man, He created someone for whom Adam can be with. Why would there be such a need?

Adam, being alone, would become selfish. He would only think about himself. This makes sense, doesn’t it? There’s no one else around for him to think about but his own needs. And God’s intention was for Adam to be like Him. In order for Adam to be like God and walk out love the way it should be, Adam would need someone who he can be unselfish with. This would be forged through his relationship with his wife, Eve.

There are times when you do want to withdraw from people. That’s understandable. Everyone goes through that. But when we make that a permanent part of our lives, we are the ones who suffer for it. It becomes all about what we need, want, and desire.

Love is about loving someone else. When we are selfish, we lash out at wisdom because wisdom points to treating others better than you do yourself most times.

Don’t fall into the trap of separating yourself. It’ll only hurt you more in the end.

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Today’s power verse comes from the richest man who ever lived, who said in Proverbs 28 and verse 19: A hard worker has plenty of food, but a person who chases fantasies ends up in poverty.

The KJV puts the verse a little better. Where the NLT states fantasies the KJV says vain.

The Hebrew word in the text is the word reyq, which means according to Lexicon “empty, vain, idle, and worthless.”

You see, a fantasy is vain. It’s a twisted dream. Dreaming is a device given to us to play commercials of what will be. Dreams are God given. They show us things to come so that we can endure what we need to in order for it to come to pass. It will not be for only our good, but it will also be for the good of others.

Fantasies are worthless and normally something that only interest the party who’s having them. If what you are chasing is empty, Proverbs tells us that you will end up in poverty.

Why is this?

Because you are chasing something, that in the end, doesn’t add any value. If what you want only benefits you, then it’s time to dump the fantasy and exchange it for a God given dream that you
can put your hands to.

Then you will have plenty and be free from poverty.

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