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Then I called upon the name of the Lord: “O Lord, I implore You, deliver my soul!” Psalm 116:4

The more we know the Truth, the better we become in doing God’s work. If we lack the ability to execute certain details, we will be prevented from completing it properly. Then, we will be upset that we did not see the Lord’s operation as promised. As we practice the Word, the Lord works in our midst. After all, He said He loves those who love Him (Prov 8.7). To fail to fulfill some point of the revelation is to stop loving Him!

The psalmist spoke how he was freed from the anguish of death: he invoked the holy Name of the Lord. In addition, it revealed a little of what we have to do to fulfill our call: ask God to deliver our souls. We need to be specific in prayer, as we see it in the Scriptures (Mk 10.51). Perhaps, for not knowing how to ask, some of your calls have not been answered. In a case in court, for example, a point in the law can incriminate or release the defendant!

Two blind men (Mt 9.27-30) knew what Christ had done for the daughter of Jairus, who was dead, and followed him, crying out to him to have mercy on them. Why didn’t Master answer them right away? Because they needed a little more. As they walked, faith grew in their hearts. When they saw Jesus come into the house, they approached. Then the Savior asked them: Do you believe that I can do this? They said to him, Yes, Lord. Jesus touched them saying, “May it be done to you according to your faith.

David acted accurately in defeating Goliath. Upon seeing the “soldier” sent by Saul against him, the Philistine warrior thought it was debauchery. Now, for 40 days, he had mocked the Israeli soldiers, and no one set out to confront him. Then he disdained the young man who challenged him with sticks and stones, but he said to him, “I am coming to you in the name of the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel’s armies, whom you have met with.” This very day the Lord will deliver you into my hand; and I will strike you and take your head off you (1 Sam 17.45, 46). Hallelujah!

Jesus ordered the departure of the evil spirit that caused a boy to have attacks similar to that of an epileptic (Mc 9.25-27). The Scriptures teach us valuable lessons, which we can never give up. I don’t know what’s going on in your life, but from now on, pay more attention when talking to the Most High, claiming his blessings or rebuking the enemy. Follow the instruction of the Lord!

Paul was very clear when he rebuked and expelled, in the Name of Jesus, the demon who used a young diviner in Philippi (Acts 16:18). We do not have to insult the unclean spirit, but to order it to come out in the Name of Christ. If we speak with authority and firmness, he will retreat, even without wanting to leave (Mt 17.15-18).

When Jesus raised Lazarus, Jesus called him by name to leave the tomb. Now, the dead await the order to be resurrected at Christ’s return, but on that day, only he should return to life. It is easy to do the work, just obey the Scriptures. So, examine them and practice them!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord who reveals the Truth! We are often hurried and do not pay attention to Your teachings. So, the work is not done. We must be precise, as You teach us in all biblical examples.

We want to learn to do Your will. Like Your servants, we must keep our eyes open to practice the Scriptures and be victorious in our struggles. May we never lose them through negligence.

We will invoke Your Name on any evil that is oppressing someone or attacking us. We will put Your orders into action and, thus, we will be Your joy and Your pleasure. Amen!


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