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Today’s Scripture:
“…No discipline seems pleasant at the time, but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.”
(Hebrews 12:11, NIV)


It can feel good to give into the temptation to watch something you shouldn’t, to gossip about a friend, to abuse and slay someone, dishonour a leader, to make an unction, to be careless, to be lazy, to cheat, to steal, to disappoint and to tell someone off. The flesh likes the easy way. The reason some people don’t grow is because they’re not disciplined to do the right thing when it’s hard. You have to be consistent.

The flesh is not going to go away. The apostle Paul said, “I die daily.” Every day we have to say no to things. “No, I’m not going to watch that. No, I won’t abuse and misuse this gift. I won’t be sarcastic. I’m not going to hang out with that friend. I’m not going to give up. I’m not going to be tired. I’m not going to cheat and lie. I’m not going mock and gossip. I’m going to stop this addiction and immortality. I’m not going to eat whatever I feel like. I’m not going to fall for the devil’s plan.”

Remember that every time you give into that temptation, become impatient, or get offended, you’re feeding and growing the flesh and enhancing its negative grip with its oppressive consequence over you. If you’ll start to not give in to the temptation, the temper, the bad attitude, you’re going to step into a new season of freedom, of growth, of favor and of greater glory.

A Prayer for Today:
“Father, thank You that You are working in me and giving me the desire to obey You. Thank You that I have the power to overcome and be disciplined to do the right thing. I believe that the forces for me are greater than the forces against me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”

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