God Appreciates Demonstrations Of A Fresh Anointing

Are you seeking a fresh anointing from God?

I just love to ask God questions and await his response.  Well, this evening I didn’t have to wait long.  I picked up one of my favorite devotional books and glanced at a devotional on how to know when you are standing on God’s Holy Ground.  Within the message was a sentence that said we would be able to identify the holy ground moment at the precise time we sensed that God’s presence in our midst is tangible.

What does that mean, I thought?  So, I reached for my dictionary.  Webster defined tangible as being capable of being perceived by the sense of touch.  And also capable of being precisely identified or realized by the mind.  Now I was even more confused.  Who on earth has ever touched God?  Okay…maybe the women who touch the hem of Jesus’ garment…Maybe that counts.

Just then, I heard from on High…

He (God) says, “Be still, and know that I am God:  I will be exalted among the nations.  I will be exalted in the earth.”  Psalm 46:10

Right then and there I received a fresh anointing!  My mind began to recall Holy Scriptures I had learned as a child…The Holy Spirit entered the picture and defined “tangible” for me. 

“Then the Lord said to him (Moses), ‘Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.'” Exodus 3:5

As I bent down to unlace and remove my tennis shoes, I was capable of perceiving a touch from the Master’s hand.  I also precisely realized in my mind that God was a-listening! Yes, Jesus Christ, Himself was present and the ground was indeed holy.

Oh, my brothers and sister, my prayer for you is that when such a moment happens in your lives, you, too, will realize with assurance that God is with you.  That you will waste no time in removing your shoes, falling on your knees and acknowledge your fresh anointing. Do this before you continue in your prayer time. Take a few moments to just praise His holy Name and thank Him for being a God Who never fails to listen to His children.

May you forever see the glory and wisdom of cultivating a heart-felt intimacy with our Lord and Savior in today’s chaotic world. May God continue to bless the growing pains that this pandemic is instilling in the people of God.

Scripture Lesson: “Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of my enemies; thou anointest my head with oil, my cup overflows.” Psalms 23:5 RSV

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2 thoughts on “God Appreciates Demonstrations Of A Fresh Anointing

  1. Much too often my prayers are nothing more than breaks between my business which is focused on accomplishing nothing. And to top it off you suggest we take time out deliberately and take the time to be in a receptive posture or place. And what I read in scripture is exactly what you’re saying.

    I know myself and from others, God doesn’t expect perfect people to show up for prayer. Just people who are genuinely seeking Him even though our moods may not seem the best. It works as long as we determine and expect to follow His lead and not ours.

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    1. May God richly bless you, Wayocross. I just loved what you said about, “God doesn’t expect perfect people to show up for prayer.” He would be out of a job if he did. Now that you have confessed and accepted the messages in the Bible, I pray that you will become a doer of His word and position yourself to hear from on High. His voice is sweet and his blessings and responses are even more precious. I appreciate you visiting my blog, menofthecrossblog.wordpress.com.

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