DAILY DEVOTION FOR 21 DAYS OF PRAYER

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HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

Day 20 – A New Wineskin

Two things do not mix are new wine and old wineskins. The reason is simple: old wineskins cannot grow and stretch to hold the new wine. The new wine God wants to fill you with is expansive; it is a picture of God’s Spirit. It always brings an enlargement. A container that is dead, dry, stiff and shrinking back cannot be entrusted as a storehouse for God’s valued treasure. Our vessels must be prepared for the fresh, dynamic, living presence of God – everything we do will flow from it. This preparation comes through prayer and fasting, producing a container that is ready for the new thing God wants to do. God’s new wine always changes us – it expands our faith, enlarges our purpose, and brings renewed vision.

Everything God does is expansive, He is not into shrinking wineskins – it is up to us to shed them. As we seek Him in this season, let’s shed the old wineskin and ask God to fully prepare our hearts for what’s to come.

Luke 5:37-38 “And no man putteth new wine into old bottles; else the new wine will burst the bottles, and be spilled, and the bottles shall perish.38 But new wine must be put into new bottles; and both are preserved.

What has caused you to shrink back in your expectation of what God wants to do in your life?  Are you ready to be expanded beyond recognition? That’s what God’s new wine will do in and through you.  Pray the Lord will expand your life to glorify Him, giving you boldness to step out and be bold!

This is a new year and a new day for us and we prepare to come out of this period of prayer and fasting. I want to encourage you to be prepared for the Lord is about to do great work in our lives. New skin and heart for the outpouring of His Spirit on the coming Pentecost Sunday. Open your soul and heart to receive of Him.

Author: Godfrey Gregg

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