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Today's Prayer
"Bondservants, obey in all things your masters according to the flesh, not with eyeservice, as men-pleasers, but in sincerity of heart, fearing God." God I am aware of so many people who just work for a paycheck, serve in some position out of duty, "buck" the system, and just do not have the right attitudes in work, ministry, school...and life in general. Please help them, and help me, to work, minister, and live life with the attitude of obeying the rules, being sincere and doing our very best. We should be appreciative of our employers, thankful for our "shepherds," supportive of our leaders, and respectful to our teachers. Thank you for hearing my prayer, dear God.


Faithfulness to Convict
TGIF Today God Is First Volume 1, by Os Hillman
09-01-2014

"When He comes, He will convict the world of guilt in regard to sin and righteousness and judgment." John 16:8

I had recently come back from a mountaintop experience. As I attempted to get back into my routine, I found a great cloud of oppression come over me. Each day I attempted to press through it, but with no success. Fear, anxiety, doubt, and unbelief were setting in. I knew I was fretting over my future. I had been in a long period of transition in my work life and was tired of the place of waiting. Yet I didn't understand the oppression. It was definitely spiritual warfare. That night I was reading a book regarding our calling from God. The author made mention that we can become envious of others when we get into a place where we are dissatisfied. Suddenly, I realized I was guilty of envying where other workplace believers were in their lives. I was "subconsciously" angry that the calling God had placed on my life had such adversity. I had to repent.

As if this were not enough, the next day the Holy Spirit confirmed my assessment in the most unusual way. That morning I turned on my computer to read my own Workplace Meditation that is sent to my computer. The message was on "Envying Others" and included the same Scripture reference as the author's in the book. Imagine God using my own words to convict me of sin! The nerve of Him! To make matters worse, at lunchtime I tuned into the local Christian radio station to hear an interview with the same author as he cited the very passage I had read the day before. I was shocked to realize how the Holy Spirit could be so precise in His ability to convict and give proof of His activity in my life.

Do you question if the Holy Spirit is active in your life? The Lord has promised that the Holy Spirit will convict us of sin when we move away from Him. It is His responsibility as our guide.

Today God Is First (TGIF) devotional message, Copyright by Os Hillman, Marketplace Leaders.


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