The Perspective of the King

Happy New Year, Church Project!! It's the beginning of a new year. The right time to renew and rethink God's vision for our Church. This year God is asking more of us than ever before. To follow Jesus forward will mean we will have to be willing to be uncomfortable. This week's devos are designed to remind us that God has already equipped and empowered us to be and do all He's called us to do. This week, as you read the daily devos, think deeply, pray earnestly, and live expectantly. Be sure to share these with others. 

Read:

“And Jesus returned to Galilee in the power of the Spirit, . . .” Luke 4:14

Reflect:

Throughout the earthly ministry of Jesus there were times of great miracles. The individuals that were recipients and those who were in proximity of each miracle event were living in the moment with a cacophony of thoughts. Some were thinking  of their own unworthiness to receive a much needed miracle, while others simply wanted to get a closer look at what they thought was a perfect setup for someone’s painful disappointment. The single most important truth is the fact that in the face of the most contrary human circumstance, God still has a will and is pressing to enact His will in each moment and throughout human history. Those who will actually experience the will of the King in their lives will do so by recognizing, in each critical moment, that the needed breakthrough is not dependent upon anything that they see going on around them. In fact, to the degree that we are willing to receive the perspective of the King, is the degree to which we will experience victory in the threshold of a breakthrough.

Respond:

Whose breakthrough will you be today?