Do what your hand finds to do

“The Spirit of the Lord will come powerfully upon you, and you will prophesy with them; and you will be changed into a different person.  Once these signs are fulfilled, do whatever your hand finds to do, for God is with you.”  1 Samuel 10:6-7.

Verses chosen from today’s Bible reading; 1 Samuel 8-10 and 2 Corinthians 10.

This is so practical: Do what your hand finds to do.

There are moments where “big” things are going on.  You’re in the middle of a tremendous worship service.  The singing, the preaching, the prayers are all amazing.  Then it’s over, and home you go.

Today’s advice was given to Saul before he actually became Israel’s first king.  The “highs” were going to end and then the “regular” stuff would start!

It wouldn’t matter what activities Saul was involved in because God was with him.

God is with me in the mundane.  Taking out the rubbish.  Saying, “Thank you.”  I must not lessen my striving for full Godliness in any circumstance.  If I am full of God, it will carry over into the “rest” of my life.

“Lord, thank You for the Bible.  Thank You for the stories and the lessons therein.  I must be Godly in every situation.  I cannot hope to do that without being attached fully to You.  Take me over.  I surrender now to You.  I love You, Lord.”

I must follow His lead in everything I do this day.

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