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He teaches my hands to make war, so that my arms can bend a bow of bronze.     2 Samuel 22.35

Lack of instruction from Heaven prevents us from entering the battles, so one should not enter them if one is not to come out triumphant. It is good to take time to receive instruction from the Sword of the Spirit, the Word, in order to win the fights. David understood that he had been given the skills to war and succeed, but without guidance, he would fail or do God’s will carelessly. Only present yourself for battle if you are prepared to achieve victory!

The Lord sets out to make us teachers in our actions: I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will guide you with My eye (Psalm 32.8). If He is going to teach us how to overcome difficulties, we should ask for it to happen now. God has given us specific orders to fight His wars, but if we are to please Him, we will need to be guided so that our participation will have excellence.

God will teach us the right way, and that is very good! Now this direction must by no means be lacking, because, being still in the natural life, how can we know which path to take and how to proceed in it? Our dependence on the Lord is total, and when we know the world of perfection, we shall know more than we do now. The Creator must have a multitude of paths, but which will we tread to make Him happy with the outcome?

The Most High wants excellence and will guide us with His eyes, and that means perfection. When the Lord speaks something to us, we can be sure that it is of the utmost importance. Look at this exhortation: Now therefore, be wise, O kings; be instructed, you judges of the earth (Psalm 2.10). May God always be the Lord, have mercy and help us in doing His work. Spiritual clashes are real and must be faced as the Almighty wills.

The Word tells the story of Joseph, Jacob’s first-born son with Rachel, who was put in fetters but was released by Potiphar, the ruler of Egypt, who made him ruler over all his possessions: to bind his princes at his pleasure and teach his elders wisdom (Psalm 105.22). As to us, would the Almighty accept that we do His work carelessly? We urgently need to cry out for divine instruction. The Lord’s mercy is wonderful!

The apostle Paul assures us that the mission of Christians is to teach people about the will of the heavenly Father, and not to covet titles, as if they were personalities of the present world: yet in the church I would rather speak five words with my understanding, that I may teach others also, than ten thousand words in a tongue. (1 Corinthians 14:19). Therefore, learn well the lessons given by the Lord, so that you can also prepare others.

Every saved person needs to read the Bible carefully, to meditate on what strikes him or her, and during the preaching of the Word they must be alert in order to be instructed in righteousness. Paul said to Timothy: All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness (2 Timothy 3:16).

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares


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Good Lord and loving Teacher! We are happy to have You as our Father. We are privileged with Your promises and the faith You have given us to serve You with a perfect heart, even if it is happening little by little, from glory to glory!

We pray for Your mercy and favor. Thus, we will live before You and be empowered in all things. We do not want to stumble or give the enemy the pleasure of leading us astray, so we rely on Your faithfulness and Your love!

Behold our needs, giving us wisdom to cry out for Your blessing. Otherwise, our praises will not express the truth. You have helped Your people in a wonderful way, so they all love You and keep the commandments!


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