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This is just to let you know that God exercises His will from time to time, and when He does, it produces great and enormous results, which are both astonishing and awe-inspiring in quality, and its such that can cause great wonder. In other words, God's will is not dormant, inactive or inoperative; He puts it to work. Hallelujah!

Reference: James 1:18 New American Standard Bible (NASB) "In the exercise of His will, He gave us birth by the word of truth, so that we would be a kind of first fruits among His creatures."

I'm always hypnotized and captivated by the soundness of this Scriptural expression, "In the exercise of His will!" This is in view of the fact that God has begotten me by exercising His own will. And I'm so excited that His magnificent exercise brought me forth in Christ through the Word of truth. For this reason, I'm feeling so supremely blessed. Hence, each time I wholly engage the influence of this very truth, I overflow with joy in the highest degree.

Are you with me? When I say that whenever God exercises His will, the result is such that can cause great wonder, it implies that His purpose for doing so is of glorious characteristics. Now imagine the end result of the perfect will He exerted in our referenced Scripture: Giving birth to us as new creatures in Christ Jesus - by the Word of truth - which made us to become His best prized possession (that is, a kind of first fruits), out of all His entire creation. If you grasped my cognizance in relation to this truth, please make time to speak in tongues for five minutes!

You can now understand why God desires for us to always exercise our faith in His Word. He first of all, did the same to produce us as His offspring in Christ. He knows that just like He does, we'll always produce the best results when we activate and exercise our faith in Christ, by putting the Word into practice and also, by speaking it forth. He also knows that our faith muscles will be continually built strong as we exercise our faith in the finished work of Christ. In a nutshell, there is a certain assurance that comes with exercising the perfect will of God in any aspect of our lives. Furthermore, when such a decision to keep exercising our faith thoroughly settles in the expanse of our minds, I urge you to understand that we are acting like God, and thus, undeniable Kingdom results will follow as great fruit in our Christian lives.

In my Christian mind, I have made a thorough decision to expound this topic in form of successive extensions, in order to condition your reasoning, intelligence and mental power in a way that is consecrated to exercising the will of God in your personal life, so as to keep experiencing divine results as an important part of your daily activities, and not just as a head knowledge. Therefore stay tuned for part 2. Shalom!

Scripture Reading - Matthew 6:9-10; John 6:38-40; Romans 12:2; Philippians 2:13.

Exuberant Declaration: I'm a divine decision, brought into existence by the perfect will of God, exercised by God Himself, through progressive order of divine events. Therefore, just as God exercises His will, I put my faith to work now and always, which is spectacularly deep-rooted in the expectation of good things from above. As the Word of God is processed in my mind, my faith is triggered in my heart and spirit, and stirred up in my actions, which in turn, gives rise to lasting results in my life. Hence, my Christian life can't be explained by reason or logic, because I function by faith in Christ alone, not by sensory awareness. Hallelujah!

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