The building up process

Inner healing is an important and major task in our lives. But it is important to build up some important things in our lives for our ongoing health. Healing is a one time event as well as a process.
Here are some instructions to follow:
The Lordship of Jesus must be central in our lives.

  • Jesus must have the rightful place in every area of our lives.
  • If we think, say or do things that cannot be shared with Jesus, you are on dangerous ground, giving Satan a foothold.

Continuously be filled with the Holy Spirit.

  • We receive the Holy Spirit when we are saved, but we need a constant filling and anointing (Ephesians 5:18).

Read the word of God daily and allow it to minister to you.

Wear the armor of God at all times.

  • This armor is for our defense and protection.
  • During the day, if there are moments of failure, immediately confess, ask for forgiveness, and receive his forgiveness.
  • Repair the armor. (Ephesians 6:10-18)

Be on guard against counter attacks.

  • If we have taken ground from the enemy through healing and deliverance, be sure Satan will try to gain back that ground he has lost.

Be in good fellowship with others.

  • You will benefit from the ministry of others.
  • God will use you to minister to others.
  • Take part in a caring small group every week.

Allow the Holy Spirit to produce the fruit of the Spirit in your life. (Galatians 5:22)

  • Fruit takes time to grow, so be patient with yourself.
  • Make sure to “work” the soil to allow for better growth of fruit.

Walk continuously in forgiveness.

  • Look for opportunities to forgive people – not opportunities to be offended.
  • Develop a mindset of forgiveness.

Praise God in all circumstances.

  • Praise is vital for Christian living.
  • Whatever happens in your life, continue praising God.

Keep the right company.

  • Find people living a godly life.
  • Keep relationship with such people.
  • Until you are strong enough, cut relationships with those who are going in the wrong direction.

This post is a part of a series of posts regarding Inner Healing. Click here to access the Introduction to Inner Healing and the entire list of topics in the Inner Healing series. 

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