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Ways On How To Abide In The Will Of God 

The Will Of God

Wondering if you’re in the perfect will of God? Find out how you can be in position to receive all He has for you with these 24 ways on how to abide in the will of God.

If you don’t get arrested, you’re living all right, right? That’s what many people living in the world’s system think! Lacking the Word of God, they really have no basis for right living. Gloria Copeland says, “I don’t care if you’re a housewife or if you’re sitting on the Supreme Court, you need something to be a foundation in your life by obeying the word of God.”

Ways On How To Abide In The Will Of God 

God’s Word is His will for you.

In 1987, Gloria Copeland received a revelation from the Lord while ministering in South Africa. As she was reading Romans 12, she began to see a perfect outline for living in the will of God. As she studied, she found 24 things that will keep you abide in the will of God. Of this chapter, Gloria says, “It exhorts us, instructs us, corrects us and inspires us.” It is a guide for Christian living and a standard of behavior that is pleasing to God.

If you want to see a change in your life, there first must be a change in you. Let the Word of God these truths from Romans 12 convict you, minister to you and change you. Here are ways to abide in the will of God.

  1. Present Your Body As A Living Sacrifice

I implore you therefore brothers by the mercies of God, that ye offer your bodies a living sacrifice, consecrated and acceptable to God, which is your realistic service. Romans 12:1

When you’re born again, you are no longer a slave to sin. You can choose to be, but you don’t have to be. That’s what becoming a living sacrifice means. It involves being willing to give up activities, friends or habits that don’t match God’s best for your life walking away from anything that is not pleasing to the Lord. It means making a daily decision to abide by God’s Word and do what He says, rather than what the world says.

  1. Do Not Be Conformed to This World

Don’t imitate the conduct and customs of this world.” –Romans 12:2

Do people know you’re a Christian? Even more, do they know you live differently than they do? If you’re watching the same media, handling marriage troubles the same way, gossiping, deep in debt, and just as sick as they are what’s the difference? If you’re cranky, sad, frustrated and stressed why would they want what you have?

If you want to abide in God’s perfect will, you’ll guard your heart, abide by God’s laws even when it’s tough, and let the Holy Spirit fill you until no one around you can help but ask what it is that gives you peace, joy and hope.

Learn how to respond to trials without compromise, and you will come through with the shining trophy of God’s deliverance.

  1. Renew Your Mind

“Let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think.” –Romans 12:2

That word transformed is the same word used in Matthew 17, where it says: Jesus was transfigured. When He was transfigured, the glory of God inside Him in His spirit shone forth through His flesh and clothing. This is how He was transfigured. When you renew your mind by mediating on the Word of God and letting it get down in your spirit, it changes you in that same way. You become transfigured. The Word of God separates you from the things of the world and sin, and it changes the way you choose to live.

  1. Don’t Think So Highly of Yourself

“Don’t think you are better than you really are. Romans 12:3

How can you recognize if you think you’re better than other people? If you’re quick to judge or quick to criticize those are the main symptoms of a proud heart.

Thinking that everything you do is right and that everyone should do it just like you is thinking too highly of yourself. That means if you judge others in their parenting, or for what they choose to eat or drink, or what types of media they consume you have a proud spirit. Make those decisions for yourself, but don’t assume to decide that others should do exactly the same.

  1. Use Your Gifts by Faith

“God has given us different gifts. Romans 12:6

Each of us has different gifts! And no one person can do it all we all need each other equally. So, appreciate the gifts of others, and don’t be jealous. One person’s success does not equal your failure. Helping others succeed in their calling and building others up is one of the most fulfilling things you can do.

Find your place in God’s house, and don’t despise what you perceive to be the “lowly” acts of service. They will qualify you for better positions of obligation if you abide with truthfulness and modesty.

  1. Don’t Be a Hypocrite

Don’t just pretend to love others. Really love them. Romans 12:9

Are you the kind of person who acts like someone’s friend, but turns around and gossips about him or tears him down? That’s love with hypocrisy it’s phony, or what we call two-faced and it is displeasing to the Lord. To obey God and walk in love toward others, you aren’t just nice to people to their faces, you’re loving and kind toward them even when they aren’t around.

  1. Hate What Is Evil

Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. Romans 12:9 (NIV)

Don’t make excuses for abortion, homosexuality, divorce or any other sin. While we love people, we are instructed to hate those things God says are evil and cling (hold tightly) to what is good (righteous, godly). We do this in our conversations, in our choice of media, and in the voting booth, even if it means we are shunned or villainized for our beliefs.

  1. Honor Others above Yourself

Love each other with honest feelings, and take pleasure in honoring one another. Romans 12:10

We live in a “me first” society. Everyone seems to be clawing for the first place in line, the best seat in the movie theater, and compliments from the boss. But that self-centered attitude is not in line with the will of God for your life. Make it a point to honor others above yourself. In doing so, you’ll locate yourself favored beyond measure and in line for the utmost integrity there is that which cometh from God.

  1. Don’t Be Lazy

Never be lazy, but work hard. Romans 12:11

Physical diligence at work is the path to a great reward, but this is speaking of spiritual diligence. To love the Lord with all your heart, mind, soul and strength takes zeal! To love others is work, and to seek God with all your heart requires daily diligence. Don’t be lazy! There is abundant return for those who labor firm in unworldly things.

  1. Be Fervent in Spirit

Keep your spiritual fervor. Romans 12:11 (NIV)

The Greek word for fervent means “boiling.” Your spirit can be boiling over with a passion for the things of God. Refuse to be indifferent about the lost around you or the wickedness in your nation. Take a fervent stand, and let your passion for God and His ways be the most powerful part of who you are.

  1. Rejoice in Hope

Be happy in expectation. Romans 12:12 (NIV)

No matter what is going on your life you always have hope. Jesus came to give you that hope, and He is the answer to every problem you face. That’s a reason to rejoice! There is great power toward breaking loose when you choose to rejoice in the Lord always again, rejoice!

  1. Be Patient in Tribulation

Patience in tribulation: Romans 12:12 (KJV).

Kenneth Copeland often says that “faith and patience are the power twins.” You can’t have one without the other. If you want to see a manifestation of God’s promises in your life, patience is the vehicle that will take you to the finish line.

  1. Be Fervent in Prayer

Continuing steadfastly in prayer: Romans 12:12 (NKJV)

When you’ve prayed and prayed about a situation and haven’t seen a change, it’s easy to want to give up. But don’t! Continue steadfastly in prayer. There’s a reason we’re told to do so over and over.

  1. Give to Other Christians

Share with the Lord’s people who are in want. Romans 12:13 (NIV)

Be on the lookout for believers who need what you have available to share. Whether it’s money, babysitting, lawn care, a ride somewhere, or just a word of encouragement determine that you won’t let a brother or sister in the Lord go without what they need if you can help it.

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  1. Bless Those Who Persecute You

Bless those who persecute you. Don’t abuse them; pray that God will bless them. Romans 12:14

Being kind to people who have hurt us is one of the most challenging decisions we have to make as believers. Don’t wait to feel like it! Make a decision. If they need help them. If they are sick take them soup. Say only kind words to them, and pray for them.

  1. Abide by Others

Rejoice with those who are celebrating, and mourn with those who are crying. Romans 12:15 (NKJV)

When someone is passing through a tough period, fight the urge to question, what can I do? The response will definitely come back, “Nothing.” Instead, simply look for ways to be a help. Purchase groceries for them, bring them a meal, drive their children to the zoo, and rent them a housekeeper. Be deliberate in showing understanding (not pity). That is how to cry with those who are crying.

On the other hand, rejoice when those around you have reason to do the same! You may find yourself in a difficult place in your own life and celebrating may be a stretch, but don’t let that stop you from giving others the support they so dearly need.

  1. Pursue Unity With Christians

Live in harmony with each other. Romans 12:16:

Small doctrinal differences should not divide us from one another. Make unity, not legalism or criticism, your aim. Love is what direct people on the right path not guilt and criticism.

  1. Do Not Be Arrogant

Don’t be boastful, but be eager to mingle with people of low post. Do not be conceited. Romans 12:16 (NIV)

Don’t get stuck in your own clique! Spend time with those who are of different backgrounds, races, ages, positions and economic statuses. You’ll find having a variety of people in your life will bless you more than you could have ever imagined.

  1. Don’t Think You Know It All

Do not be clever in your own view. Romans 12:16 (NKJV)

No one is ever 100% right! The truths of the Bible require revelation and Holy Spirit anointing. Reflect that you may not realize a matter in each way God intended. Some things are clear and indisputable, but for those that aren’t, have enough humility to know that you don’t know it all.

  1. Don’t Get Back at People

Never pay back evil with more evil. Romans 12:17

What does it mean to repay evil for evil? When someone insults you with harsh words, you insult them back. When someone steals an opportunity, you seek to undercut them in another way. When someone does you wrong don’t respond by lashing back. abide by Gods command and you’ll see favor surround you like a shield.

  1. Behave Honorably

Do things in such a manner that everybody will see you are decent. Romans 12:17

Everything described in Romans 12 is how to behave honorably. Humility; showing others kindness and respect, empathy, encouragement; and refusing to lash out at those who mistreat us. That is honorable living.

  1. Live in Peace With Everyone

If it is possible, as far as it hang on you, dwell in peace with everybody. Romans 12:18 (NIV)

You can’t decide how others treat you, but you can definitely pick how you reply. Make sure your arguments and activities stand-in peace above all else.

  1. Do Not Avenge Yourself

Never take revenge. Leave that to the righteous anger of God. For the Scriptures declared, ‘I will retaliate; I will pay them back, says the Lord. Romans 12:19

What should we do instead? Verse 20 tells us, as replacement, when your foes are starving, give them food to. When they are thirsty, give them something to drink. by doing this, you will load hot coals of dishonor on their heads.

  1. Overcome Evil With Good

Don’t let evil conquer you, but conquer evil by doing  good. Romans 12:21

There is freedom in doing what’s right, and when you choose to respond kindly when someone does evil, you’ll keep your power of position and be in the will of God the safest, most prosperous place to be.

Discover A Confession To Abide In The Will Of God Here.

When you exercise these ways to abide in the will of God from Romans 12, you will abide in the will of God and be in position to accept every decent and flawless gift. Don’t be discouraged if you have quite a few to work on (we all do!); just set your heart on things above, let God correct you, and rejoice in your progress. Then, lookout as doors that have been closed will reopen.

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30 Declarations To Speak Over Your Life


30 Declarations To Speak Over Your Life

1. I have the life of God in Me. The Blessings of God is released upon me today. I experience the overflowing goodness of God over my life.
2. My greatness is increased on every side. I am elevated to a higher realm of power and glory.
3. Unimaginable blessings and success is coming my way in the name of Jesus.
4. God’s faithfulness is my experience everyday. i am not perturbed, I am not dismayed for my trust is in Him. My God never fails.
5. All the promises of God upon my life shall be my experience
6. I am destined to excel
7. I am destined to succeed
8. Failure is not in my nature
9. I Soar, I Prevail, I Excel.
10. I have dominion over sin, sickness and challenges.

11. Life is easy for me.

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12. God’s power and strength is at work in me.

13. I will accomplish everything the Lord has designed for me.

14. I will live to fulfill destiny

15. This is my time, this is my moment.

16. My God is ordering my steps everyday

17. I will not be put to shame.

18. I bear the mark of excellence and integrity

19. Each day is a gift from God and I will cherish it.

20. The blessings of the Lord is my portion each day

21. Everything is working out for my good.

22. I am a wonder to my generation.

23. I will make an impact in my generation.

24. God’s mercy and goodness is my portion

25. I receive divine help day by day

26. Kings shall come to my lifting

27. Supernatural doors are opening for me day by day.

28. I am designed for victory and nothing can stop me.

29. I am unstoppable and untouchable in Christ Jesus.

30. I will make heaven at last.

These declarations will change your life if you believe and become consistent in it.

God bless you.

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Powerful Bible Declarations To Speak Over Your Life Daily (PT1)

powerful bible declarations

There is a lot of significance when you begin to release powerful bible declarations over your life daily. As you build this new habit of waking up and declaring God’s word in your life, you activate each day supernaturally.

Sometimes, as we declare God’s word over your life, we tend to think that it  produces no results, because we do not see any major difference significantly in the natural realm, but that’s not true.

When you speak God’s word over your life daily, you are warring in the spirit and a lot is already taken place in the supernatural.

The truth is, when we confess God’s word, it helps align our prayers to the will of the Father. We bring things that are not in existence into existence when we speak God’s word over our lives because there is so much power in spoken words.

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Personally, i have made up my mind to be intentional in this subject. I want to walk in the fullness of the power of God in me. There is no more room to talk defeated, worn out and less of who i am in Christ Jesus.

The death of Jesus, brought life in full, so i refuse to let my challenges and circumstances determine how my life and day will go.

IF you feel the same and have also made such decision, then let’s begin our day with these powerful bible declarations To speak over your Life daily.

Powerful Bible Declarations To Speak Over Your Life Daily

My God has made me the head and not the tail, i am above only (Deuteronomy 28:13).

I am above and on top only, i will never go below (Deuteronomy 28:13).

I have the Joy of the Lord in me, and His Joy strengthens me (Nehemiah 8:10).

I am blessed in my going out and in my coming in (Deuteronomy 28:6).

I have the life and power of God to do all things, by His strength only (Philippians 4:13).

I don’t have the spirit of timidity and fear, I am possessed by the spirit of love, power and self control (2 Timothy 1:7).

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Fear will never get hold of me because God lives in me. (Isaiah 41:10).

I am a new creation in Jesus Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17).

I am set free from every form of darkness in this world (Colossians 1:12-13).

The One who lives in me is greater than the one who live in this world (1 John 4:4).

I have the spirit of God living inside of me (1 Corinthians 3:16).

I live, talk and walk by faith and not by what i see (2 Corinthians 5:7).

No weapon fashioned against me shall ever come to pass (Isaiah 54:17).

My needs are supplied richly by my God (Philippians 4:19).

I dwell under God’s supernatural preservation (Psalm 91:1-2).

My God has a great plan for me to give me a blessed , prosperous

God has great plans for me and I am filled with hope for a great future. (Jeremiah 29:11).


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Overpowering a Dangerous/life-threatening Spirit

Overpowering a Dangerous/life-threatening Spirit

Do you judge others? Is it easy for you to locate errors with those around you? Then be careful: Your spiritual life is in danger. On this post, we’ll be viewing the topic overpowering a dangerous/life-threatening spirit

Why We Judge

We judge for our own egotistic benefits. For instance, we sometimes become critical when comparing ourselves to those around us. We try to locate errors in others to attest that we are clever, good looking, better-off or richer. But these are self-centered motives.

We only want to feel good about ourselves. We get critical when others do not perform what we request from them. Regularly, it is a family member, peers associates who fails to meet our needs. Our expectations lead to a judgmental attitude.

Even our own frustrations can lead to a critical attitude. If life is not turning out the way we want, we hide our own defeats by looking for faulty ones.  A critical attitude can hamper your relationship with God and confuse you from God’s determinations for your life.

Do not Judge

Discovering errors and being critical are some of the simplest things to do. They appear to arise naturally to us. But Jesus informed us not to judge “lest you be judged” (Matt. 7:1, NASB). We should abide by his command.

Jesus further enlightened why a critical behavior is dangerous: “God will be harsh on you as you were on them, he will offer you the same treatment you offered them” (v.2).

When we judge, we summon verdict on ourselves. The word of God affirms that “verdict will be painful to he who has displayed no pity” (James 2:13).

By passing verdict on, others, we hide our own errors. For instance, when the religious leaders carried a woman to Jesus who was caught engaging in sexual activity, they wanted to kill her. But Jesus replied, “If none of you has ever erred, then come forth and cast the first stone at her” (John 8:7). No one threw any.

God alone reserves the right to pass verdict on everybody (Romans 14:4). Allow God take revenge. The Lord declares, `I am the one to take vengeance and repay them back'” (Romans 12:19).

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Overpowering a Dangerous/life-threatening Spirit

The Cure for Criticism

Judgment is very important. The Bible says that “God is a virtuous judge” (Psalm 7:11, NASB). The cure for criticism is established in comprehending the nature of God’s verdict. The Bible states that everyone is an offender. This iniquity drives a lump amongst God and man, and merits verdict (Romans 3:23; 6:23).

Irrespective of how “decent” we think we are, “all our good performances are like grimy apparel” (Isaiah 64:6,). We cannot make up for all the evil things we have committed.

Left alone, we still merit God’s verdict, death and everlasting torment in a place the Bible referred to as a “lake of scorching sulfur” (Rev. 19:20).Just God can gratify the verdict against us for our iniquities.

God led His Son to the world to pay the ransom of our iniquities. Jesus Christ seized our judgment on himself and passed away in our place. In return, God gives to every person all His blessings comprising everlasting life, pardon, harmony, happiness and hope if only we reverence Jesus as our Lord and Savior.

If we really comprehend the verdict that we each merit from God, we would be less disposed to judge/criticize others.

Giving Grace Instead

Have you learnt to obtain God’s grace and mercy? This is the first step to overpowering a dangerous/life-threatening spirit. If you’ve never appreciated God for the ransom he gave, do so now. Only atone for your iniquities and hand your existence over to Him (Acts 3:19; Romans 10:9, 10).

If you acknowledge Jesus as your Redeemer, show gratitude to Him for His grace and mercy. Appreciate Him for pardoning your iniquities. Appreciate him for granting you another chance at life.

Now, grant loveliness and compassion to others, Jesus said, “Easily you obtained, offer easily” (Matt. 10:8, NASB). Instead of judgment, spread God’s love to those nearby, commencing t with family, friends and co-workers. Frequently those nearby to us feel the punitive effects of our judgmental approaches.

From now on when you sense the invitation to become dangerous, follow Jesus’ clear teaching to observe a critical look at your own life first (Matt. 7). Beg God for forgiveness of your iniquities.

Recollect, it’s easy to be critical. The errors of others are regularly noticeable by us. In these times we need to make sure we offer grace instead. Appreciate God for those individuals and request from the Lord to bless them and divulge his intentions to them.

It’s quite simple: God has granted you mercy. He has paid the debt for your sins. Now, the only obligation you owe is to give his love and compassion to others, for “mercy triumphs over judgment” (James 2:13; NASB).

In conclusion, ensure to devote time with God in prayer and meditate on the word of God. As you study the word of God, ask him to assist you to be tolerant with those around you. In time, you will change from a fault-finder to a grace-giver as you learn to live like Jesus lived.

God’s Word on Condemnation

“Constantly be modest and mild. Tolerantly put up with each other and love each other. Endeavour to allow God’s Spirit retain your hearts joint. Do this by existing in harmony” Eph. 4:2,3.

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