Details make all the difference

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Details make all the difference

For an electronic device to function, each wire, no matter how small or thin it is, must be properly connected. If just one wire is disconnected, the entire function of the device is compromised. When this happens, it no longer matters how beautiful or how modern the device is. A single disconnected wire can cause it to stop working and become useless.

The details that keep faith active are like these wires. Usually, no one gives them much importance, but they are specifically responsible for keeping our faith running properly. Each of these wires is a short prayer or a thought about the Word of God, which places you under the protection, direction, dependence and care of God. They are what guarantee your physical and spiritual integrity, not the fact that you have the Holy Spirit. By neglecting these details, many who are of God have been hurt, and some even lost their lives. After all, it’s no use having your weapons in hand if you’re not going to use them during the war; it’s no use to be of God and not protect yourself from the attacks of the devil. You make mistakes and are vulnerable to the mistakes of others when your wires are not connected to God. This is when your faith device begins to malfunction. Put God before the small things in your life too. This constant exercise of faith neutralizes the actions of the devil and protects you from human mistakes. Ask Him to bless the professionals you come across, guide the means of transport you use, preserve your going out and your coming in and eliminate the inspirations sent by the devil from the minds of the people around you.

This is the foundation for you to continue living, fighting and winning. By doing so, you will maintain the physical and spiritual conditions to continue working for the Kingdom of God. Give due importance to details – they make all the difference. One detail can be decisive in what will or will not happen in your life. Both the blessings of God and the tragedies caused by the devil are born from details. Of the two, the one that will interfere in the small things connected to you is not always the one to whom you surrendered your life, but the one you allowed to act – whether through prayer or a lack thereof.

Bishop Edir Macedo
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    Audrey Brotherson

    8th June 2015

    Yes, Bishop as our Pastor said this morning, "Faith is the language God understands" Just as a small child understands the language of his parents, be they English , Italian or Spanish, God understands us when we use our faith. I will continue to use my fai and keep properly connected to God..

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    Tajaun

    13th June 2015

    Faith is only the beginning, it's the small things which some times you over look that matter. Your faith is what God uses when he is about to bless you, with out it things become so much Harder. As your faith is individual it's down to you to maintain that you stay on the right path, and make sure you use all the resources provided for you. I believe in the faith which I've held on to and I believe that I am becoming stronger. That message was just what I needed, thank you Bishop.

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    siobhan

    19th June 2015

    true. Details are so important and sometimes I forget the Details and concentrate on the full picture, but now God answered my question to some of my prayers Through this Blog. The following is what I will definitely put into practice. : Put God before the small things in your life too. This constant exercise of faith neutralizes the actions of the devil and protects you from human mistakes. Ask Him to bless the professionals you come across, guide the means of transport you use, preserve your going out and your coming in and eliminate the inspirations sent by the devil from the minds of the people around you.

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    Audrey Brotherson

    22nd June 2015

    The little things in life can make such a huge difference!

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