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My ALL in ALL, 5 Feb 2014

praying hands 2*note: from this day forward, I will continue be inspired by the book “My ALL in ALL,” by author Robert J. Morgan, but will not be coordinating the scriptures based on the way they are laid out in the book. I will be presenting them on what the Holy Ghost presents to me through prayer.

There is one body, and one Spirit, even as ye are called in one hope of your calling: (5) One LORD, one faith, one baptism, (6) One GOD, and Father of all, and in you all. (7) But, unto every one of us is given grace according to the measure of the gift of CHRIST.”

(Ephesians 4 vs 4-7, KJV)

As I have remarked before, the word “all” is a word that is used to include everything and everyone. In the book of Ephesians, Paul is asking that we seek unity among us.

Unity in our churches, where disention is often brought upon by a differences of opinions “hidden” among the population of members.

In our homes, arguments, and bad feelings can lead to a breakdown of our families.. The very place where we go to seek comfort and refuge can now be a battleground.

But, how does that happen? Satan likes us to be ALONE, separated from our FAITH, hidden in the DARK, outcast.

How can we fix this? By praying for unity, talking over problems, keeping feeling out in the open, not hidden in the dark.

If the God/Jesus/Holy Spirit is no longer the Head of your home, and you have replaced Him with unrest, you are no longer acting in the unity that Paul is calling for.

….one body, one Spirit, one LORD, one faith, one God, one Father who is: above ALL and in you ALL.

Pray for this..and I will see you tomorrow!

Nicolette

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2 thoughts on “My ALL in ALL, 5 Feb 2014”

  1. The words, “My All in All,” are very timely. Consider John 4:24, where Jesus said to the Samaritan woman that “God is spirit and that they that worship Him must worship Him in spirit and in truth.” In essence, that is a worship that is “all of us for all of Him.” Blessings to you. Pastor/Equipping The Saints.

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