Open Your Spiritual Mouth for Food from Heaven

Psalm 81:10

Our born again spirit, or soul, has senses, just like our physical body has senses. The Bible talks about spiritual eyes and ears, like for example, in the Book of Revelation it says ‘whoever has ears to listen what the Holy Spirit says to the churches’. That is about spiritual ears.

In Psalm 81 verse 10, God says that if somebody opens their mouth, God will fill it. But the question is with what? Well, in the same way we open our physical mouth, in order to get some food and feed ourselves, we can open our spiritual mouth, so that God can fill with with the spiritual food from God, so that we can grow spiritually, increase our faith, get healed, receive the promises of God in faith, and chew up, on the Word of God.

You see, before we can swallow each bite from the Word of God, we need to open our spiritual mouth. God will not open our physical or spiritual mouth. We do. We can have all the food around us, all the time, but God will not open our mouth, and place the food in it. We do. So, it happens today, that many Christians remain spiritually hungry, because they are waiting for God, to do something for them, and do not realize, that God has already provided and given them, what they need from him.

All they need to do, is to open their spiritual mouth, and take with faith, what God has already given. Then chew that spiritual food, meditate on it, until they are ready to swallow. Once they have meditated enough on the spiritual food God has provided them, then they are ready to swallow it, and it will become a part of their spiritual digestive system, and will become a part, of their born again spirit.

That way, they can grow spiritually and be strong, by the food from heaven, God has provided them. It all start with opening your spiritual mouth with faith, so that God can fill it with the spiritual food he has already provided. Do not wait on God to do something. He has already done it. You open your mouth, receive with with faith, and be blessed.

Do Not Just Knock on That Door-Brake It

Matthew 7:7, 8

You know, we are told by our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, to knock on the door, so that it can be opened to us. Some Christians, will not even knock on the door, so, how is that door, going to be opened to them?

Knocking on the door, is our part, and is the first part we need to do, in order for God, to open the door, after we have knocked on it, and that is God’s part. Although God can open any door to us, he will not open a door in our life, unless we knock on it. God wants to make us participants in opening of a door in our life, together with him, and he does not want us, to just stay there, and watch until he opens the door for us, so we just enter through it.

There are three types of actions, any Christian can take, in regard to doors being opened or shut in their lives. The first type are the Christians, who for one reason or another, do not knock on the door which God puts sometimes, in front of them. They just do not. Maybe perhaps because they think that the door is not supposed to be in their life, at that particular time, but they forget, that God’s timing for things in our life, is often quite different, than our timing. Or perhaps there are other reasons. But the fact is, they are reluctant to knock, on that door.

The second type of Christians, are those, who knock a couple of time on that door, but give up soon, and because the door remains shut, they give up altogether, and do not continue to knock on that door. They forget, that the very purpose God places doors in our lives, is in order for them to be opened. But nevertheless, they give up after a couple of knocks, and go away from that door. 

The problem with the first and the second types of Christians, who never see the door opened, is that they could miss all the treasures God has prepared for them, on the other side of the door.

But the third type of Christians, in regard to the doors placed in our lives, are those, who not matter how big the door seems to be, or how many times they have to knock on it, do not just go away, after a couple of knocks. They are the types who will actually sometimes brake the door and get through it, just to fulfil the purpose of the door, and that is, to be opened. And they are the ones who get all the treasures prepared by God for them, and placed, behind that door. 

In the Greek original language, of the New Testament, the word is ‘keep knocking’, which denotes a continual action, and not just one time action. 

So, let us break some of the doors, which God has placed in our lives, so that we do not miss, all those treasures, placed by God, behind that door for us. God does not mind us braking some of the doors in our lives, because the only reason he placed them in our lives, is that we can go through them, and get what he has left for us, behind them.