Friday, April 15, 2011

ALL STIRRED UP........SWEET!!!!!!!!!

Have you ever had a pitcher of Kool-Aide sit in the fridge for a day or so and all the sugar settles to the bottom of the pitcher? The sugar never left the container but it was not an active part of the solution. It was there, it was available but not particularly in use. Well, what is my point you might be asking by now, the point is something’s have to be stirred to reactivate their flavor.

Romans 5:3
And hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.

The love of God is indeed in every Christian's heart but is it an active ingredient in every situation of our daily lives. Can others taste the sweet flavor of love in our speech or in our response in various circumstances? Or do they get a bland sip similar to unsweetened Kool-Aide? When love has lain dormant for awhile, we have to get out our big wooden spiritual spoon and stir it up again.
Love will never leave us nor forsake us but our lives must be thoroughly permeated with this love. Let us stir up the love of God today and everyday by speaking to ourselves of love, reminding ourselves of scriptures on Love and saying them out loud. Let us stir ourselves up on the plans and purposes of Love. Love must become so thoroughly mixed in our lives that everywhere we splash love wets the atmosphere and affects anyone present far or near. We are born of Love therefore we overcome the world. Come on now, stir it up, the world and those around you need a sweet taste of freedom and victory!

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1 comment:

  1. Like it. However, would like to add something to your analogy. The sugar is in fact there and can be tasted even if it is at the bottom of the pitcher. Albeit, it can't be tasted as well or it is not at it's full potential until it is stirred and has become one with the water and koolaid. No difference with us, when we become one with or intuned with God and his word, then and only then can we reach our full potential or emitt our most flavorable and robust taste into the world around us*