MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
Scripture: Luke 17:8
Luke 17:8 is very important because it addresses who faith serves. It says, “But will he not rather say to him, ‘Prepare something for my supper, and gird yourself and serve me till I have eaten and drunk, and afterward you will eat and drink’?” Our faith ‘feeds’ God first. Feeding God is the act of blessing and pleasing Him. It is an act of humble obedience. In Strong’s the word ‘prepare’ means “to prepare the minds of men to give the Messiah a fit reception and secure His blessings.” ‘Feeding’ God was what Jesus lived for – it was what He lived for and purposed for us. Our faith ‘feeds’ God and afterwards it ‘feeds’ us. Doing judgment in intercession in the last days and getting a harvest ‘feeds’ God. And afterwards it ‘feeds’ us. It is going to take judgment to get a harvest out of this nation. There is no getting around it. Sin is great and many hearts are hard. It is going to take the judicial anointing to break through it. Having the faith for it ‘feeds’ God and afterwards the results will ‘feed’ us.