Greater Works

The works that I do [you] will do also; and greater works than these [you] will do, because I go to My Father. John 14:12

Jesus’ works began in the wilderness where He was tested by the devil. Forty days earlier the heavens opened and God’s audible voice had declared, “This is My Son in whom I’m well-pleased.” Now, when He was weak, tired and probably feeling anything but the Son of God, the devil came and challenged, “If you are the Son of God…” Jesus held up God’s word in the face of every one of the devil’s taunts. He came out in the power of the Holy Spirit. Testing is the gateway to authority for greater works.

What circumstances challenge the promises God has spoken to you for your life, your family, your nation?

Father God, I hold up your word in the face of every challenge that is coming against me, my family and my nation. Make me even more hungry for your Word and sensitive to voice of the Holy Spirit. May I see the greater works in my generation.

Mahesh and Bonnie Chavda, 9/12/2010

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