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2013_06_24 Rededication

~As obedient children, do not be conformed to the passions of your former ignorance, but as he who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct, since it is written, “You shall be holy, for I am holy.”~ 1 Peter 1:14-16 {ESV}

If you look around the world you can see that the atmosphere is so charged with this Calling that it is oozing out into everything. The community is speaking on it, the music is singing about it, and preachers everywhere are preaching on it. It is a global topic! These are such exciting times! People everywhere are being reminded of the dedication they had when they first fell In Love with God, with Yeshua {Jesus}, with Ruach HaKodesh {The Holy Spirit}. We being called to reclaim our power and authority, to clean up our speech, rekindle our conviction to the Sacred Life, to purify and cleanse, and to maintain focus on Divinity.

Initial Response to the Call for Rededication

When we hear these messages, these whispers from Ruach {Spirit}, we shout and dance, are edified in that moment, and gain revelation knowledge that there is so much more available to us. Yet we see very little change in our lives from day to day. We know that there has to be a piece missing, something that we’ve missed along the way. Well, the good news is that if you are reading this part of the message, then you made it past the title and, believe me, that says a lot about serious you are in your explorations for that missing link. So take a deep breath, give yourself credit for the inner workings of your heart, and Praise God for the work He’s already done in you!

Approaching Rededication with Purpose

Truth is there is a marked difference between theory and application. We know this already. We apply it in most areas of our lives. We decide we want something or want to do something, we learn more about it, we set a plan of action, and we get it done. However, when it comes to Spirit matters, we tend to leave this logic at the door. HaShem {YHVH, literally The Name} gave us reasoning and logic along with everything else that makes us who we are is His Creation! So why not use the gifts He’s given us to better His Kingdom! Well that is the exact journey we are headed on, bringing plans for practical application to Spiritual Matters!

Beginning the Journey to Rededication

As with every journey though, some preparation or “packing” is required before you set off down the path. The main thing you need is motivation: a reason to keep going when the path gets tough, your “want to”, something bigger than any reason you could come up with to quit. This is the thing that will keep you pushing forward, braving your way through when pressure and trials set in. Keep in mind, however, that your motivation may not stay the same throughout your entire journey. As you evolve, your motivation may need to evolve as well. There are times, especially when we are just starting out, that we simply can’t see that far past our circumstances. Don’t beat yourself up about that! If you can’t come up with a long-term motivation, then come up with one for every stage of the journey until you can. In the same manner, if you think you have come up with a stable motivation yet find yourself losing momentum in your journey, then re-evaluate your motivation. You may have outgrown it. The point is to get moving and keep moving!

Surrendered to Him~



Lord God, Our Father in Heaven,

We glorify and magnify Your Holy Name! Abba, help us find that motivation to hold on to, that thing to keep us going. We desire so much to live Your Word and fulfill Your Plan and Purpose for our lives. So strengthen our resolve and lead us in the Way You would have us to go to reach the Destination You pre-ordained for us at the time of Creation! We know that all we ask in accordance to Your Word is done right now in the Name of Yeshua. So we thank You Abba, for all the Honor, Praise, and Glory belongs to You.

In Yeshua’s Name we pray, Amen


Are their areas you feel lead to rededication in? What approaches have worked for you?

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