Sunday, December 3, 2017


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Proverbs 3:5 (KJV)
5 Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

Biola grew up learning to lean on her own understanding, and she had outstanding results. One of the first things she observed when she started walking with the Lord was that the Lord broke her confidence in the flesh.

She found that her understanding was fruitless when she was dealing with a particular problem [orchestrated from the spirit realm]. The people she was dealing with were experienced in witchcraft, so even though she was more educated and had more worldly wisdom than them, all her wisdom became foolishness and she now needed to call upon the Lord for help, after losing a great deal.

When a person has the ability to understand things easily, it is indeed a great and useful asset. Naturally, such a person might lean on his own understanding. He would not see the need to pray and acknowledge the Lord since he has figured out the problem and understands how to solve it. But human understanding is very limited and deficient when dealing with many issues of life because there is more to life than meets the eyes. In fulfilling your divine destiny, you will find that human wisdom becomes fruitless and you will need the help of the Lord. Solomon was the wisest man of His day, but he must have come to the realization that human wisdom without the help of God is futile. He wrote the verses above.

Go into today remembering to acknowledge the Lord in all you do. Let Him always be in the driver’s seat of your life.


Yearly Bible Reading: Psalms 137-139 (In Devotional Audio)

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