Daily Devotion 5/2/15

Acts 9:19A and after taking some food, he regained his strength.

Saul remained in a fast until God moved within his life. Saul made a personal choice. Scripture does not tell us that God told him to fast, and it certainly does not state that his friends recommended it occur. Saul wanted God to move within his life. He wanted God to change his heart, and so he did what he saw as a necessity, refrained from sustenance for three days. God can only do so much. He can offer salvation, but we have to come to Him. He can offer forgiveness, but we must have a desire to be forgiven. We must be willing to be touched by God. Saul was ready for the powerful movement of God in his life. Are you ready for the same?

Prayer Starter:

Lord, help me become someone who wants to feel and experience Your presence, someone who needs to feel and experience Your presence.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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