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  • Writer's pictureJoni

Day 16: Dressed For Success


Oh the ARROWS continue to fly,

but when you own them as your own

you wear them like a garment.

For when I PUT ON ANXIETY~

I will be anxious.

When I PUT ON FEAR~

I will be fearful.

When I PUT ON DESPAIR~

I will be hopeless.

When you PUT ON ________ what will you be?

To PUT ON~

"to make part of one's appearance or behavior" (Webster)

To PUT ON~

to wear like a garment.

But

what if you removed them,

disrobing them from you being

by

PUTTING OFF

so that they are

NO LONGER AN OPTION IN JESUS.

When I

PUT ON PEACE~

you will PUT OFF anxiety.

When I

PUT ON FAITH~

I will PUT OFF Fear.

When I

PUT ON HOPE~

I will PUT OFF despair.

Now what?

PUT INTO PRACTICE~

PRESSING FORWARD wearing your new clothes,

whether you or I feel it or not!

PRESS FORWARD in JOY

when discouragement overcomes my soul.

PRESS FORWARD in PEACE

when anxiety ruffles my feathers.

PRESS FORWARD in PATIENCE

when discontent in the waiting.

PRESS FORWARD in KINDNESS & GOODNESS

when selfishness keeps me in my own world.

PRESS FORWARD in FAITHFULNESS

when distrust leaves me isolated.

PRESS FORWARD in MEEKNESS

when pride keeps me puffed up.

PRESS FORWARD in SELF`CONTROL

when the rebellious child in me starts to emerges.

PRESS FORWARD in LOVE~

IN HIS LOVE

that lives within me~

because whatever I wear on the inside

will be produced on the outside~

HIS FRUIT

that

enables me to

PRESS FORWARD IN PEACE~

"Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice.

And the GOD OF PEACE will be with you" (PHILIPPIANS 4:9)

On when we wear JESUS like a garment

HE becomes the only garment that we only want to wear.

So let's continue to exchange

the ARROWS that robe us in

RAGS

and

PUT ON JESUS~

To wear HIM,

To clothe ourselves with HIM like a garment

as HE robes us in

HIS RICHES

that enables us to

PRESS FORWARD

making

"ALL THINGS NEW" (listen to the song below)



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