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The Spirit Can Do.

Watch and pray, lest you enter into temptation. The spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.”

— Mark 14:38 NKJV

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This Scripture is the center of my calling.  Every since I began to pteach at 16 years of age.  It has been my sole message to tell the world I lived in.  The Spirit can do what your flesh attempts and fails.  We must be aware of when our flesh is close to the brink of death.  Many time our desires that are not His, tempt us to step out of bounds and in doing so, we risk losing an eternal grasp on wjat we believe and know to be truth and righteousness.  God wants us to be able to resist the devil so that he may flee us inside and out.  When the enemy has an audience in our process of thought, it becomes tougher to live a life that is real.  We fail to asociate our desires of flesh with things that are against the Lord, because we understand that He wants us happy too.  I pray that we understand that to be free of sin we must walk according to the Spirit of God’s impressions.  Wjat the flesh can hande the Spirit doesnt fight against.  We think that the Spirit of the Lord contends with us when He doesn’t.  He will not try to convience us of something we do not want to listen to in the first place.  The Spirit tells us we should not gamble, and for the most of us, that is enough.  For a gamble, it is the hardest task to not desire to take that chance.  The flesh doesn’t know what hurts it until it is out of commission.  Even when it hurts the flesh still has a desire for it.  Even through the loss of money, the flesh still believes it can do something about it.  The Word tells us to pray so that we do nit fall to the temptations of our flesh and find ourselves weak and overrun.  Victory is ours when we pray to God for hope and strength.

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