A WILD Devotional
Most of us want to reach out and help people who are faced with difficult circumstances. To a certain extent I’m able through my own abilities and talents take care of people’s needs. There is a difference when I’m empowered and anointed by the Holy Spirit. I can partner with Him and operated at a level that brings real and lasting change.
This scripture tells us how this works:
“ And my language and my message were not set forth in persuasive (enticing and plausible) words of wisdom, but they were in demonstration of the Holy Spirit and power”, (a proof by the Spirit and power of God, operating on me and stirring in the minds of hearers the most holy emotions and thus persuading them). (1 Cor. 2:4 Amplified)
When I was in 8th grade I shared with my science teacher my testimony of being miraculously healed from a broken back and two fractured pelvis bones. He was so touched that he gave his life to Christ that day. In that moment God used my words but the Holy Spirit’s power transformed the teacher’s life.
I’m not the only one who enjoys this experience; there were 63 million Spirit filled believers in 2014. And that number is expected to grow to 800 million by 2025. There is an outpouring worldwide!
“Holy Spirit, you are the one who empowers us to walk in the gifts that touch and transform those whom we encounter. I choose to listen and act as I hear you direct my conversation, my day, my choices, and my life. Where I walk you’ll be with me. Thank you for your anointing on my life”.
Carole Kornreich and her husband, Dale are active members of The Agoura Campus of The City Church. Over the course of her life, Carole has led mission teams in twelve African countries. She has trained and mentored those who need direction and support. She currently works as a Ventura Superior Court Mediator and an Executive Job Coach for Lee Hecht Harrison. Carole is gifted at walking individuals through change and conflict, and launching them into their destiny. Dale & Carole host City Groups and are active welcoming people every Sunday. For more information about the Agoura campus go to thecityagoura.com.