Beware of False Impressions!

It’s a wonderful day to be a child of God.  There are times in our lives when everything we planned for seems very hard to achieve.  During the planning stages, everything and everyone was on board.  No opposition stood in your way.  Everyone was speaking words of encouragement.  Many people were praying for and with you.  Never did you imagine attacks would come your way.  How is it that one day everything is going your way, but the next day you are fighting off demonic assaults?  Do you realize there are people who will stand in the same crowd as you but never connect with you?  Do you realize there are people who will laugh at your jokes but within they’re plotting to destroy you?  When you are planning for success there are people who will help you with the blueprint, but as soon as you graduate to the implementing stage the same people are the “hell-raisers!”

This morning, I have been commissioned to come and minister to you.  Do you realize God has a specific assignment and calling on your life?  Do you realize the devil knows you are special in the eyes of God?  Do you realize everyone who surrounds you are not true friends (think about Judas Iscariot)?  My friend, Beware of False Impressions!  Just because a person nods their head in agreement does not mean (s)he is on board.  You must operate with the spirit of discernment.  This is your ability to spiritually see what naturally is going on.  The Bible declares in Isaiah 52:11 - Depart ye, depart ye, go ye out from thence, touch no unclean thing; go ye out of the midst of her; be ye clean, that bear the vessels of the LORD.  There are some things God commands you to separate yourself from. 

My brother, my sister, do you really know the people around you?  Do you really understand their motives?  I know you hate being alone, but is (s)he really who God sent in your life?  Yes the words are beautiful and the promises appear sincere, but has (s)he produced any Godly fruit yet?  The enemy is out to destroy.  He is out to make you fall into temptations, which ultimately lead you into sin.  The Bible declares in 1 Corinthians 6:18 - Flee fornication. Every sin that a man doeth is without the body; but he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body.  Beloved, Beware of False Impressions!  Before you commit yourself to any person, place or thing, make sure it is not a tool of the devil.  Prayer for Today: Father, help me discern between Your will for me and the devil’s attack against me.  In the name of Jesus … Amem!

Scripture Reading for Today:  2 Timothy 2:22

May God Bless you at Your point of need!

Minister Darrick D. McGhee

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