How God works and who you are before His works

Viviane Freitas

  • 22
  • Oct
  • 2014

How God works and who you are before His works

  • 22
  • Oct
  • 2014

We are back with today’s article.

“And the Angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame of fire from the midst of a bush. So he looked, and behold, the bush was burning with fire, but the bush was not consumed. Then Moses said, “I will now turn aside and see this great sight, why the bush does not burn. So when the Lord saw that he turned aside to look, God called to him from the midst of the bush and said, “Moses, Moses!” And he said, “Here I am” (Ex. 3: 2-4)

Friends, God is so beautiful!
How does God work? He works like that flame that dwelled in that bush, the bush represents us, something with no beauty or goodness, but when He lives within us there is a “fire” inside of us. And the characteristics of this fire are: Light, heat, burning, passion, and brightness. When we have this fire inside us we also have vision, dreams and clarity. The problems we face are no longer a problem for us.
Notice that when God submitted Himself to dwell in a bush, He saw an opportunity, not a difficulty or a problem.
Maybe you have already heard about God, and even say you are baptized with the Holy Spirit, but there is no hope or energy inside of you, there is no fire lit and burning. When we talk about light, it’s means you are able to see opportunities, which leads you to have a solution. When you have this fire burning inside of you, you feel sheltered and not cold, discredited or stagnant. Ice produces coldness, but the Holy Spirit brings life.
When Moses saw that the bush was burning with fire and not being consumed, he was willing to go and see that great sight. How about you? When you read these articles are you saying, “I want this spirit that she has of truth, direction, with these words I cannot remain stagnant! I want to see this great sight in my life and in me. I want to find what is inside of her and not remain depending on her. I want this greatness inside of me!” When you are sure about your decision then you are closer to understanding what needs to be done. In fact this is the ideal place to be so that you may submit yourself to what needs to be done.
“So when the Lord saw that he turned aside to look, God called to him from the midst of the bush and said, “Moses, Moses!” And he said, “Here I am!”
The moment you take an initiative and say, “I want to see”, then you do not need to use special words to talk to God! When you are defined it is not only something that is inside of you, but it also shows externally through your actions. You no longer want to live like a bush, but instead you want the “fire” inside of you!
God sees the spirit you manifest when faced with situations.
Maybe you are reading this article and expect to receive spiritual food, but put an end to that! You have to stop and say, “I want to depend on my own faith!”
I’m not saying that you shouldn’t read these articles, because God uses His servants to guide you, but that doesn’t mean you have to depend on them!
In the midst of the problems you face in your home, work, etc., you most likely don’t have anyone to guide you, but if you have that “fire” then you would be enlightened! There would be direction!
And that’s what God wants: He wants you to know what to do when you are at a dead end or at a crossroads and look at it as an opportunity to reveal the “fire” within you.

When God sees your actions and sees that you are defined and want to resolve the issues relying solely on Him, in the midst of the bush He calls out your name as He called Moses.
The proof is not only the assurance, but once you’re faced with a problem you will it as an opportunity. When you are determined in your prayer you will take action.

Run to embrace Him. Friday we’ll be back. Leave your comment below.

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  1. Thank u so much for shareing with as dis is in open eyes for so many of as here God bless u more everyday day.

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