Love you all, praying for you,
I just love God’s Word. It gives secrets. Psalms 119:5 – You are my portion, O LORD; I have promised to obey your words. What is a portion? That which is allotted to you. By God. So it’s good! Are you content with your portion? Not complacent but content with your portion? Loving what you have, not longing for what you don’t… Is He enough? Is His presence enough, is His Word enough, are His promises enough or are you looking for another portion? A different portion, a worldly portion? If you aren’t partaking of your portion, it’s not enough, you’re longing for something else. What is partake of your portion? Like a meal, eat it. If you leave the bowl sitting there, not touching it, it won’t be enough. But if you eat your fill, it will be enough, it will satisfy you, you will be full. If you partake of your portion, come back to it again and again, He is more than enough. His presence changes you, His praise changes you, thanksgiving changes you, His Word of love and encouragement and wisdom changes you - obedience changes you. Have you promised to obey His word? David did. He reminded himself of it all the time, and He did it. He obeyed God’s Word, over and over – until he loved it, until He loved God’s Word, and obeying it – more than anything else. For some people – He is my portion is never enough, because they never take a bite, or just take a little one every once in a while, so they’re always still hungry, for other things. Natural comes naturally, but spiritual is an acquired taste. Make Him your portion, what you consume without stop. Partake in your portion, He promised it is good! and it will be enough. Your portion is your thought life, then your word life, then it manifests in the natural. Start with PRISM – get your portion, stay in it, and everything He promised will come to pass in your life. You will have enough.
Love you all,
Kelly Kamentz - Jesus follower, husband, father, and friend, helping others surrender time, thoughts, money, and testimony, to fulfill their purpose!