“…when desire is conceived, it gives birth to sin, and sin, when it is full-grown, brings forth death…”James 1:15 (NKJV)

Having established the importance of desire in the first part of this article, you must channel your desire in the right direction. The question is, how strong is your desire for that dream of yours? If your desire is strong enough, it will always give birth but you must be smart to desire and desire the right things. You might say but sir, how do I nurture a desire? Well, your desire first of all should be in line with God’s word to produce for you a blessing. The Bible says in Proverbs 19:2 (AMP) “…desire without knowledge is not good…” so you must equip yourself with the knowledge of God’s word to make your desire be in line with God’s word. 

If your desire is not in line with God’s word, it will also produce, but you will have the wrong things because desire is the breeding ground for new things. It has attractive abilities and it is a production unit that either blesses you or puts you in trouble. So, make a conscious decision to stir up the right desires within you. List out the things you so desire, fix a time limit for it, search the scriptures to pull out supporting text and then begin to use these texts to fuel your desire by praying and meditating on them. If you continue with this long enough you will be amazed at the results you will get. Therefore, begin today to nurture a strong desire and believe God for its accomplishment for it is written “…the desire of the righteous will be granted…” Proverbs 10:24 (NKJV). God bless you!

TODAY’S RHEMA

Desire is the breeding ground for new things!

CONFESSION FOR THE DAY

Thank you heavenly father for giving me the ability to desire a thing, I thank you for enlightening me on how to tap into the power of desire, I declare that henceforth, I will channel my desire to the right thing and in the right way with an expectation to produce results in Jesus name. Amen!

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