Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 13 May 2018 – Take Your Place
Memory Verse: [For my determined purpose is] that I may know Him [that I may progressively become more deeply and intimately acquainted with Him, perceiving and recognizing and understanding the wonders of His Person more strongly and more clearly], and that I may in that same way come to know the power outflowing from His resurrection. – Philippians 3:10, The Amplified Bible
The more you fellowship with God around His Word, the more you’ll know the “power outflowing from His resurrection.” You’ll develop joy. You’ll develop faith. You’ll start developing God’s own characteristics…just by fellowshiping with Him. You’ll begin to understand who you really are in Jesus. (Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 13 May 2018)
I remember one day I was reading the story of the woman with the issue of blood who touched the hem of Jesus’ garment and was healed.
Today’s Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 13 May 2018 – Take Your Place
I’d read the story many times and pictured myself as almost everyone in the story, just experiencing how it would feel to be someone in the crowd or even the one who was healed.
Suddenly God spoke to my spirit and said, Read that again and this time picture yourself as the one wearing the garment.
I was stunned. “Lord,” I said, “how can I do that? I can’t take Your place!”
That’s just what’s wrong with the Body of Christ, He told me. That’s the reason the world doesn’t know anything about Jesus. You identify with everyone except Me. But I sent you to be My witnesses, to imitate Me, to stand in My place…not everyone else’s!
So, I read that story again. This time I pictured myself in the role of the one with the Anointing of the Holy Ghost. Instead of crawling up to touch the hem of His garment, I was the one wearing the garment, freely giving what God had given me. After all, the Bible does say, “Clothe yourself with the Lord Jesus Christ.” (Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 13 May 2018)
Do you know who scares the devil most of all? Believers who’ve found out they can do that. Believers who, instead of begging for a little touch from Jesus, are letting His very life flow out to others.
Come on, give the devil a scare. Fellowship with your Father around the Word and start discovering who you really are today.
Scripture Reading: Luke 8:40-48
Thanks for reading Today’s Kenneth Copeland Daily Devotional 13 May 2018 written by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland