I’ve wanted my words and my ways to always agree.
“For in a visitation of the night, you inspected my heart and refined my soul in fire until nothing vile was found in me. I’ve wanted my words and my ways to always agree.” Psalm 17:3 (TPT)
Are you a man of your Words?
Do you sometimes say what you desire and end up not doing it?
Sometimes conflicts arise in you as to what is the true identity in you?
King David in the above scriptures was in a similar situation.
His only solution was to completely surrender his soul and spirit man to God in absolute truth.
Apostle Paul at a time was also faced with such challenges.
“My lofty desires to do what is good are dashed when I do the things I want to avoid. So if my behavior contradicts my desires to do good, I must conclude that it’s not my true identity doing it, but the unwelcome intruder of sin hindering me from being who I really am.” Romans 7:19-25 (TPT)
As King David and Apostle Paul found a victory to this challenge through God and His word so also you too can be a man of your words.
“ I give all my thanks to God, for his mighty power has finally provided a way out through our Lord Jesus, the Anointed One! “ Romans 7::25
Don’t continue today to be double-minded and unreliable.
The Holy Spirit through the word of God will enable you to live victoriously.
Don’t give up on yourself.
Commit yourself entirely to God, and in visitation to your heart, He will use His word and the power of the Holy Spirit to make you whole.