FOLLOW AND TRUST THE WORD
For they that are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh; but they that are
after the Spirit the things of the Spirit (Romans 8:5).
The House of Saul. You get a clear picture of their differences when you look at what happened in the days of David as a young man after God chose him to be king while Saul was still alive.
Saul had turned his back on God. And the older he got, the less he listened to God. Towards the ending part of his life, he’d even go to the witch of Endor; he was more concerned about what the people thought
than what God thought.
Saul wanted to kill David because he realized God’s hand was on David and his dream to maintain a lasting dynasty was failing. But he didn’t succeed. Finally, Saul died; but his house continued to persecute David because of their selfish ambitions. That’s why the Bible says there was a long war between the house of David and the house of Saul (2 Samuel 3:1).
The house of Saul had become the house of the flesh, the house of sin and selfish ambitions. You could liken that to God’s children today who, even though they were chosen by God, aren’t listening to God anymore. As a child of God, you must walk in the wisdom of God.
Be discerning! Let the Spirit of God guide you. Follow and trust God’s Word, for therein lies your glory and victories in life. Let the Word be the supreme authority by which you judge all things and you’ll journey on the clear path of success, victory, and progress. Hallelujah!
The Word of God is the supreme authority by which I judge all things. My path is forever flooded with light, because my mind is open to the Word and to the Holy Spirit for guidance, direction and instruction.
Therefore, I journey on the clear path of progress, victory and success, because I have the light of life. Praise God!
Ephesians 4:14; Romans 8:5-8
1-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Mark 7:1-23 & Leviticus 26-27
2-YEAR BIBLE READING PLAN: Acts 21:18-26 & Psalm 40-41