Word for the day “Time to be recharged”

Psalm 63: (NLT) 1 O God, you are my God; I earnestly search for you. My soul thirsts for you; my whole body longs for you in this parched and weary land where there is no water. I have seen you in the sanctuary and beheld your power and glory. 3 Your unfailing love is better than life itself; how I praise you!

When I travel, I take my IPad with me to work on my messages. But often I must work off the battery, so whenever I have the opportunity, I will plug into the nearest electrical outlet.

Why? Because my battery runs down and needs a recharge. Do you know when you need to be recharged from God?

Sometimes that’s the way it is for us as believers.

We come to church and get plugged in spiritually. Then we try to run off that energy all week long.

We don’t realize we need the power of Christ at all times, in every situation, every conversation, every circumstance in which we find ourselves.

In other words, we need a constant power source. We need to be plugged in all the time to the power God!

Point to ponder

In Psalm 63, David was praying, “Lord, I want to walk with you all the time. Yes, I have seen your glory in the sanctuary, but I want that all week long.”

I can’t help but think of the prophet Elijah, who became physically, emotionally, and spiritually depleted in his warfare with the enemies of God.

An angel of the Lord found him curled up under a tree in the desert, wanting to die. The angel provided him with some bread, let him rest, and then woke him up for another heavenly meal.

The angel said, “Arise and eat because the journey is too great for you” (1 Kings 19:7). We, too, become run down and spiritually depleted. And we must connect back to the source of our strength and that’s our God!

Elijah needed to plug in again, and so do we.

We need to make time for God and His Word in our day. Sometimes that means just grabbing it where we can.

Read some Scripture verses when you get up in the morning. Listen to some worship or a Bible study on your way to work or school. Take the moments where you can find them to plug in and stay tapped into all that God has for you.

Quote  – “I see people close to my Heart short-circuiting like never before, and only God can give the recharge that’s needed”. May blessings and love overtake your day!
James Baker, Jr.

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