EEquilibrium [Part 6]: Filling UP RIGHT

Shyju Mathew

"Experience the Word of God, in the power of the Spirit."

March 2, 2021

Dear friend, this series on Equilibrium is life changing!

Our life is fraught with worries these days, and many of us are challenged to keep peace within, to keep our spirits thriving and our soul at rest.

For sure, to keep holy balance in life, a believer must keep going to Jesus and filling up that emotional vacuum within, or else your alignment of your spirit leading will get sabotaged by your soul’s demands.

Now the soul, when its emotions are charged and its senses overloaded by the world’s panicked information systems, often responds by cravings. This is a huge trap of the enemy, designed to shortchange your destiny as a child of God. Some people may seek to fill their loneliness with a companion who will intercept your progress in the Lord. Others may fill their soul with tv series binging, lulling the believer into distraction and disconnection, while many choose ambition or worldly entertainment to fill their plate.

Once satiated, your soul responds with false joy and then, soon after, like that longing for just one more potato chip, your soul only demands MORE.

Beloved, you must let go of these things and fill it with that which delights the Lord.

2 Tim 2:22 says, Flee youthful passions and purse righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord from a pure heart.

To maintain equilibrium, we can’t fill up with the wrong things, worldly lusts your soul is longing for: those things, you must flee!

Instead, dear reader, fill up your soul with food that truly satisfies: Feed on right feelings, right thoughts, right actions, that you may continue in right standing with the Lord.

Here, peace resides. Here, balance is maintained.

To learn more about this crucial aspect of equilibrium, head to Day 17 of our prayerful October days of prayer and enjoy this mighty Word by Prophet Shyju.

Watch the video here.

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