Always Start Anew
Mark 3:13~15 │ And he appointed twelve (whom he also named apostles) so that they might be with him and he might send them out to preach and have authority to cast out demons. (14 and 15)
Jesus called to Him those whom He desired. Above all else, He was with them. He also gave them authority to evangelize and cast out demons. The fishermen who caught fish were reborn as evangelists who saved lives. Have you come out of your “old frame” to live the life that is fitting for a Remnant?
1. If You Change the Conditions That Do Not Work, True Enjoyment Is Possible
Satan knows your weaknesses very well. Impatience and severe conflicts throw you into unbelief. Wicked habits and idolatry make you fall into despair. Even your family cannot help. Ultimately, you must break the “old frame of me” and replace it with a “new frame of prayer.” In the morning, meditate on the Word; throughout the day, confirm the answers in your meetings and work; and at night, enter into deep prayer that restores everything. This is the true enjoyment that you can put into application.
2. Organize the Word, Prayer, and Evangelism Anew
Even though you are a child of God, why do you fall into despair and unbelief? The reason is your foundation of faith is not sturdy. First, organize the core Bible verses and your God-given Word. Then, God’s absolute covenant will become organized as your prayer. In the end, the blessings of evangelism; God being with you; and your God-given authority to cast out demons will become organized anew.
Can you have a fresh start every day? Of course you can! Your spiritual problems and your past have become your spiritual platform. Even bad incidents will become opportunities for blessings. And, if you come from a good background, you can be even more thankful because you possess a greater platform for answers.