No this is not really a cowboy on a trail ride, it's about living your life and what you encounter and what to do about it. It is about getting out of the pit of life emotional and financial. How to have a relationship with your Holy Spirit (God). I will explain in this this book all about recovery, break through and supernatural living. Learn to heal,by the stripes of Jesus ye are healed. Learn to from the Kingdom and not the world. Learn to hear God talk to you. Come & experience signs and wonders. Learn what it is to
encounter God's Glory and how to soak in
God's healing love.
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You are not ready to die, until you are
ready to live for God.
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Honoring is demonstrating love, edifying is enriching your goal, thankfulness is putting God’s seal of approval. Heaven opens the gates…
Honoring is selling who you are in a loving and positive way without boasting of self, you are showing, God is coming (glowing) from your inner self.
Be cultivating. Find out as much as you can about the person or circumstance so you can provide the things that honor it or the person. If the person likes Fritos be sure they are on hand, if the situation or contract takes integrity to get the job done, demonstrate integrity. If it takes knowledge to complete, demonstrate it by past jobs or experiences. Give or show testimony. Have pertinent information on hand, be prepared. Always smile, not a phony smile, have a smile of joy and peace by walking in the word and victory of Jesus. Demonstrate who you are by Christian Protocol with authority and confidence. Be cultivating and always building not using demolition or tearing down with un-thoughtful words. If you start to respond in that matter stop, excuse yourself and get your composer back by speaking to God and come back with love and honor. That is building integrity.
If a deputy or a trooper walks up to a car He walks up like he is backed up with the city, county, state, and government behind him. That is how you go through life in authority of being in the Royal Family of Jesus. If a junkie tries to challenge the authority he is soon warned, arrested, or killed depending on the resistance and his intent. That is how you handle the devil. All people are handled with love, honor, edification, yet the sin is put to death with forgiveness and topped off with thankfulness.
Edifying is the right tool for enriching one another and helps you sell…
Edifying whoever is your situation makes you a winner, being short or without thought in words you are a loser. You have loss when you are not positive and honoring by edifying the situation or person.
Building a bridge is essential in all relationships. Especially when it is a new encounter or what is thought to be, a onetime encounter, be gracious, honoring, edifying, forgiving, and thankful. You will be a winner in any situation.
Thankfulness is recognition, gratitude, and appreciation of what just occurred. Giving credit where credit was due. Never boast of self, always edify others in the situation. Give the glory to God for He gives us grace. Yet when one offends or hurts you must forgive them, because the Lord will not forgive you until you forgive others. MT.6:14-15 For if ye forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you; but if ye forgive not men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses. I know I do not have to say much here about forgiving this is something you all have been taught. Just be sure you use it along with the honor, edifying, and thankfulness. Maybe if you use honor, edification and thankfulness you won’t have to use forgiveness…
1Cor.15:57 …thanks be to God
2Cor.2:14 thanks be unto God which always causes us to triumph in Christ.
Thanks & gratefulness always edifies God and honors Him. He always keeps His word and blesses you when you do. Know that if the Lord says He is going to do something or He has done it you know He cannot lie, it is so. He is not a God of failure. If there is a crop failure God is not in it, He is an over comer and He always causes you to triumph. It is written and it is so… always a victory through Christ.
The lie is God will not let you be an over comer, the truth is God is faithful He will make a way for your victory. He won’t allow more than what you can overcome by a way He provides, He gives you the power and favor. Don’t listen to the devil he is a liar. Nothing is too hard for the Lord. All things are possible through Christ and we will win, we are more than a conquer. Even when we cannot see it or understand it will come to pass as long as you believe. Imagine it, believe it, and victory is yours. Honor, Edification, Forgiveness, & Gratitude = Jesus(Love)
How do you have increase this new year & your capacity for your abundance from God? It’s by being honoring, edifying and thankful. 1Thes.5:18. Let love, honor, edification, and thankfulness be a way of life. Make it a heart set.
Something to ponder: In business it is always good to under-promise and over-deliver.
Jim Bowline ’12 Day Trail Ride’ ® 2010 @ www.lariatministries.org/
Genuine surrender says, "Father, if this problem, pain, sickness, or circumstance is needed to fulfill your purpose and glory in my, life or in another's life, please don't take it away!" Comments or inquire email@example.com
This level of maturity doesn't come easy. In Jesus' case, he agonized so much over God's plan that he sweats drops of blood. Surrender is hard work. In our case, it requires intense warfare against our self-centered nature.
God collects our tears, speaking God's words removes our fears, being fully filled in soaking Jesus' love brings and end in a moment of sorrow...