FRIDAY, APRIL 4
Scripture: Acts 2:36
When Peter says, “Therefore let all of Israel know assuredly,…” Know is the Greek word, ghin-oce-ko. And assuredly is the Greek word, as-pol-oce. When these two words are used together it adds a force to the action. That force is ‘seize and do not let go’” In effect it says that we are to seize our Kingship and not let it go! That is a very strong phrase. No assuredly, seize and do not let go of! To know assuredly is a part of who we are. Let’s weave this into the very fabric of our being. Let’s do it so that every place we go and everything we say and how we act reflects this walk. Know assuredly must be one of the strongest phrases in the New Testament concerning the Kingly Judicial anointing . Is that our attitude toward it? Are we willing to seize it and not let it go? Are we willing to take it every place our foot treads? That is the picture that emerges from this passage. That every place our foot treads we have the authority of the kingdom and we can seize that authority and not let go. We can release that authority every place our foot treads. We can bring the Kingdom to that realm.