It can be very frustrating trying to surf the internet but your connection is bad.
This reminds me of what happened to a friend. For about two days, he couldn’t access the internet properly.
He had data but not the connection. He thought something was wrong with his phone or the applications he was using.
Coincidentally, he was on the same internet service provider as mine but I didn’t have that problem. I was browsing at the speed of Uber.
To be sure the phone was okay, I switched on my hotspot and he connected. To our amazement, the phone worked perfectly. He browsed without hindrance.
Then, I realized that WE CAN BE ON THE SAME NETWORK BUT DIFFERENT LEVEL OF ACCESS.
And this so true for several Christians. We are on the same network – Jesus but we all do not have the same access.
Most Christians thrive on the spiritual hotspots of fellow believers. Their personal spiritual network is faulty. They cannot download God’s mind by themselves. They are the “daddy said” kind of Christians. They will never tell you what God said.
Most Christians thrive on the spiritual hotspots of fellow believers. Their personal spiritual network is faulty. They cannot download God’s mind by themselves. Click To Tweet
They pray when others are praying. They get inspired by the word only in the public. Their private prayer time is boring. It’s a herculean task. They have not experienced what the hymn writer called “Sweet hour of prayer.” He would kneel down, stand up, or even speak in tongues but there won’t be a connection.
Their time with God is the replica of when your connection to the internet is poor. The browser will roll and roll but won’t connect. Your time is wasted.
I have realized that sometimes when you see someone coming out of the prayer room after two hours, it may be two hours of sleep. He couldn’t connect.
Such Christian folks are only spiritual in church. They do not know how to receive a revelation by themselves in the word.
Some of them are unfortunate, they are under insecure pastors; pastors who are threatened by their spiritual growth. So, they won’t show them the way.
Where are the generations of Samuels who heard God in his very ear? Where are the Rebeccas who knew the destiny of her kids right from the womb? An average woman in the contemporary world will rather go to a hospital than go to the Lord when she finds herself in Rebecca’s shoes.
In a world of distraction and superficiality, God looks for men and women who have a strong connection with heaven’s WiFi. Click To Tweet
While it is good to go to the hospital (please see a doctor if you have a similar case), how many women will care about the ultrasound results from heaven? At best, a doctor would define Rebecca’s case with a medical jargon, she would never be told the destiny of her unborn children.
In a world of distraction and superficiality, God looks for men and women who have a strong connection with heaven’s WiFi.
The river of the Spirit is already flowing, the network is always available, it is your responsibility to pay the price and consistently stay connected.
The river of the Spirit is already flowing, the network is always available, it is your responsibility to pay the price and consistently stay connected. Click To Tweet
The difference is in the price we are paying!
While trying to post this blog, I got this notification on my dashboard, “Connection lost. Saving has been disabled until you’re reconnected.”
Sometimes, this is the kind of notification on our dashboards before God. We are disconnected. Consequently, we are not safe.
Are you finding it difficult to pray, discern God’s will for your life or access God’s mind? It is time to fix your network. You cannot afford to keep going through life with a faulty connection.
Ask God to fix you now.
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