Stop, Look, Listen!

So many times I find myself sorry for something I said or how I reacted to an issue.  Have you ever been there?  I believe we all have.  Thanks be unto our Lord who always speaks comfortably to us in those wilderness places!  James 1:19-20 teaches us to be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath because the wrath (anger) of man does not work and produce the righteous kind of living that each Christian is required to produce.  What makes us fail at this from time to time?  I believe life’s pressures and tight squeezes and sometimes just not deciding to stop, look, and listen.  When we stop, look and listen in the spirit realm, we will not only be able to hear and see what is going on around us in the natural, but we can go further and hear and see what God wants us to hear and see.  The Word of God is quick, sharp, and active.  It is alive!  It will come and visit us at the right time. Holy Spirit also brings the Word to our remembrance so that we can respond to life’s issues and say the right things.

I needed this word.  I have so many things going on right now; however, I will take this chastening word from the Lord and make it active in my life.  We are breathing, so we have another opportunity to bear the good fruit of the Spirit!

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Minister Denise Cook Godfrey is the wife of Assistant Pastor DeForest L. Godfrey. Minister Denise has devoted her life to God in true worship and desire to be used to motivate, inspire, and arouse the Body of Christ to worship God in Spirit and in Truth. Minister Godfrey’s vision also involves teaching the Body of Christ to utilize the arts such as praise and worship dancing, interpretive movement and expressive signing, drama, and poetry within the local church in order to bring edification, comfort, exhortation, and deliverance. Denise is also the founder of Cook-Godfrey Productions. She is the mother of two children and is a loving grandmother. Minister Godfrey enjoys writing, aerobic exercising, and just spending time with her family.