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10/31 Daily Reading & Comments By DX3

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Post by Admin on Fri Oct 31, 2014 6:01 pm

Kings walk differently than slaves.  Proverbs tells us what kings do NOT do, and where kings focus while "having dominion" in their kingdom.      31-Oct Ezekiel 5-6, Luke 23-24, Psalms 16-20, Proverbs 31

Proverbs 31:2-9 (NIV) 2  "O my son, O son of my womb, O son of my vows, 3  do not spend your strength on women, your vigor on those who ruin kings. 4  "It is not for kings, O Lemuel-- not for kings to drink wine, not for rulers to crave beer, 5  lest they drink and forget what the law decrees, and deprive all the oppressed of their rights. 6  Give beer to those who are perishing, wine to those who are in anguish; 7  let them drink and forget their poverty and remember their misery no more. 8  "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. 9  Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy."

Today's proverb gives us strong warning and instruction which is meant for kings.  As you know, COMPASS GUIDE is training you to be "both kings and priests (Rev. 5:10).  While believers are experts at being priests and serving God in His temple, we are just awakening to the understanding of the kingdom of God, being a king, walking in the authority as a king, and having dominion as God commanded in the garden of Eden.  This proverb gives strong instruction.

1. Do not spend your strength and vigor on women who have the capacity to RUIN KINGS.  This instruction runs deep. It doesn't mean that you don't love a woman (or man) and it doesn't mean that you don't highly commit yourself to become one with the spouse of God's choice.  However, to run out and spend your strength and vigor to try to capture the attention of a woman is wrong.  To try to pull a woman close to your side because of your actions, your looks, or the way you speak to her is outside of your boundaries as a king.  The right woman (or man - for all women) will come alongside of you and will admire the king that you are, and the fruit of kings that you walk in.  You have a certain amount of strength and vigor. Spend NONE of it on pursuing women.  It will be your ruin.

2. Kings are not to be drunk on wine or to develop a craving for beer and mind altering beverages or drugs.  These will cause you to forget who you are, forget the callings and dream of God in your life, and will cause you to make many wrong decisions that will destroy your life in the end.  You are not a person who is called to anguish, poverty, and misery.  Therefore, stay away from strong drink and mind/emotion bending substances.  They will be your ruin.

3.  Speak up for those who cannot defend themselves.  This is the responsibility of kings.  We all need to find a group who cannot defend themselves, and then surround them with righteousness, defense, and love in Jesus' name.  This is what He would do, and we need to be about our Father's business.  Who can you find that has no voice of their own?  AIDS orphans? Widows in distress? Girls caught in sex slavery around the world? The sick, imprisoned, impoverished, abandoned?  You don't have to look too far to to find someone who needs to be defended.  This is the right and the responsibility of kings.  This is your establishment as one who helps, one who defends, and one who strengthens and supports.

Today, the scriptures have trained us on "how to" become a king in God's kingdom.  Take the steps necessary to act on your spiritual education.  Your actions will strengthen your core vision statement and qualify you as a true king in God's kingdom.


Tomorrow's Reading:
1-Nov Ezekiel 7-8, John 1-2, Psalms 21-25, Proverbs 1

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