Well, as we have gone through this fasting guide and have heard the word of the Lord for 2019, we should all have great anticipation for the future of all that God holds for each one of us.
Who did Jesus die for? ALL. Yes, it included you and me. But it didn’t stop there. It was for ALL. ALL inclusive. Jesus went ALL OUT for ALL.
What about us? What about the Church, the Bride, and what can we do to best display Him? It is clearly stated for us in the letter the Spirit wrote to a church that would have gotten an “A” in today’s current evaluation system by most people.
You are probably asking, “What about me?” As you pursue God’s heart, He will give you the desires of your heart. That is scriptural, you know.
Those crazy disciples who were willing to pay the price to wait for their empowerment as they entered into one accord, got the experience that was certainly not natural. It was God’s super on their natural!
So we know that if we are going to be ALL OUT for God, we cannot do it without the empowerment of God. Jesus knew that the disciples (all of them, including us) would need Him – the Holy Ghost – to be the driving force inside of us.
We have defined ALL OUT in our first week of fasting. We have looked at examples in the Word of God of people who demonstrated going ALL OUT. Now we are going to look at how we, God’s chosen people in this timeframe of history, demonstrate going ALL OUT.
This is our last day of looking at those who were ALL OUT for God. I hope this helps you to see how diverse their gifts were and what a difference their obedience made.
This week, we are studying the lives of people who went ALL OUT for God, that we may learn from them and apply their principles to our lives.
I am really excited about learning these attributes of great examples in the Word of God and how we can apply them to our lives. I am praying that we are going to experience God as never before and touch people with impact as never before.
Praise the Lord! We are halfway through our fast, and I know the Lord is doing great things in us and through us. What a wonderful God we serve! He gives us all that we need to accomplish what He has called us to do with Him and for others.
What ALL OUT means to us and what ALL OUT means to God could be two different things, because we tend to think small and think with rationalized minds. When God thinks ALL OUT, He is doing something to change the world.
If we are to be ALL OUT, we must learn from others who went ALL OUT for God. One of the things we need to recognize is that these people didn’t think they were capable of doing amazing things.
Now that we know God is asking us to go ALL OUT and what that means, we need some help to accomplish this, don’t we? It seems like a lot of change.
We have been spending this entire week looking at the definition of ALL OUT. We have discovered so many things that are in two little words, ALL OUT. I am sure that God has revealed to you even more as you have sat with Him and made it personal to you.
Today let us look at ALL OUT from a little different perspective: Working to one’s maximum effort or capacity in order to achieve something and Working to one’s maximum effort
Today we must consider what going ALL OUT looks like in reality in our everyday lives. The next part of the ALL OUT definition is this: using all one’s resources; complete; total
Today we will continue to look at defining more clearly what the Lord is saying to us individually and corporately to go ALL OUT.
Today’s focus will be on this part of the definition of ALL OUT: Not holding anything back, sparing nothing.
I stopped being surprised at how many churches used ALL IN as their theme last year. It was also in stores, on TV and in speeches. When God is trying to get His point across He invades the airwaves. Whether people are aware or not, they are declaring and causing people to align with His purposes.
So if we are to be ALL OUT this year, the first question we must answer is this: What is “ALL OUT?” This week we will be exploring the many definitions of being ALL OUT, so let’s begin