Our Responsibility In Divinity

Sometimes, you find Christians who, out of ignorance, always pray and hope that God will
do something about their situation. Such people are still functioning in the human nature, instead of the divine nature. The Bible says, “That the communication of thy faith may become effectual….” The word “effectual” is from the Greek, “energēs,” which means “to become
active or operative.” God wants your participation in the faith to become active or operative. He wants you functioning or doing your part in divinity. He doesn’t want you lukewarm or inactive like one that’s handicapped, expecting that whatever will be, will be. No, you’re a vital part of divinity. Glory to God! This has been God’s idea all along. Look at the experience of Moses and the children of Israel by the Red Sea. As the chariots of Egypt approached them
with deadly intentions, Moses thought to pray to God for help, but God’s response was rather stunning: “And the LORD said unto Moses, Wherefore criest thou unto me? speak unto the children of Israel, that they go forward:” (Exodus 14:15). This wasn’t the time to
start praying; the matter at hand was urgent.Acts 28:1-16
Psalms 26-29
Isaiah 43
Dear Father, I thank you for your
grace that’s made me one with
you and has qualified me to be
a partaker of your divine nature.
I declare that I’m walking in
preordained paths and bearing
fruits unto righteousness, in
Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Philippians 2:13; Ephesians 3:20

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