Spiritually hungry or thirsty?


Spiritually hungry or thirsty?

An email for improvement has arrived. Improvement in what? For what? From whom? I thought. What could I possibly know about “self” that required improvement. On the other hand, enhancement is always necessary. To my knowledge, I could not comprehend, but I also could not ignore. Then I read beyond the subject line, 40 Days of Personal Revival. I began to simplify this subject like a new word discovered in Oxford or Webster, 40 Days-of Personal-Revival. Then I reminisced. I referenced. I recorded. 
40 Days:

·         Noah’s Days (it rained 40 days and 40 nights)

·         Moses was with God for 40 days, then again for another 40 days.

·         God allowed the land to rest for 40 days.

·         Elijah had one meal that gave him strength for 40 days.

·         Nineveh was given 40 days to repent.

·         Jesus was tempted 40 days, fasted 40 days/nights, and remained on earth for 40 days after resurrection.

Let’s not forget, Personal Revival. Personal equals a self-derivative as me or I (anything excluding you, them, they, we, or us). Who could not use “me time” with God? I then questioned my spirit. Was she hunger? Thirsty? This is an adjoined multiple choice. So I surrendered to my revival and rest for the rebirth. And intended to rest very well until my eyes lifted a new prayer and blinked another “Thank you” tomorrow…….as I take action on points from the daily reads, so far, so good:

Day 1 (July 18th): Prepare and desire life.

Day 2 (July 19th): Recognize your distractions from God and needs of God.

Day 3 (July 20th): Acknowledge God’s character.

Day 4 (July 21th): Admit your need of revival to God.

Day 5 (July 22nd): Take spiritual opposition. Ask God for protection piece by piece.

 

35 days……...J
D'Elegant One

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