The Spirit is Willing But The Flesh is Stronger

Re blogged from Inspire Me’s blog.

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What if the ‘trial’ is a sweet one?

I recently got delivered from a situation that I can only describe as a reverse-trial. And by that I don’t mean the opposite of a trial, or a blessing.. This was a reverse trial because it was not good for me, it was potentially destructive yet I wasn’t exactly fighting to get out of it. It wasn’t the usual fear, discouragement, sickness or lack, still it was a battle that I needed to win without a desire to fight it. I have always read scriptures like, you delivered me from evil, or you set my feet on solid ground as pertaining to deliverance from painful, unpleasant situations. What do you do if the situation is not unpleasant but it can lead to destruction? What if the scripture the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak feels more like the reverse- the spirit…

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2 comments on “The Spirit is Willing But The Flesh is Stronger

  1. The spirit is willing but the flesh is stronger, we need to consciously focus on what the spirit wants to do; twill not just happen without conscious efforts.

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