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Break Your Box - Daily Devo of Joyce Meyer (October-17-2018)

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Break Your Box - Daily Devo of Joyce Meyer (October-17-2018)

Daily Devo of Joyce Meyer (October-17-2018) Break Your Box.

I believe that breaking (saying no to) the flesh is what today's Scripture is about. The woman broke that box so the expensive perfume could be poured out. In the same way, we have to "break" our flesh.

We all have sweet perfume in us. But our alabaster box (our flesh) has to be broken so the perfume (the good things of God) can flow out of us.

We are "pregnant" with the good things of God. We each have the fruit of the Spirit—love, joy, peace, patience, gentleness, faith, meekness, and temperance. But many times, our alabaster box (our flesh) keeps them from being poured out.

Oh, but we love our alabaster box. We don't want to break it because, after all, it is such a pretty box. We spend so much time taking care of it; we don't want it to be broken.

But we must love God more than we love anything else. We need to circumcise our flesh and be willing to let go of the things of the flesh, so God's blessings can flow to us and through us.

Prayer Starter: Lord, I choose to break my alabaster box in order to express my love for You and receive everything You have for me. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

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Joyce Meyer - is a popular Christian preacher, minister, Bible teacher and author of about God, Bible and Christianity.

Joyce Meyer was born in 1943 in St. Louis in the USA. The early years of Joyce Meyer's life were very dramatic:

  • according to her, she was subject of sexual violence from her fathe...
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