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Luke 5:37-38 (NKJV)
And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; or else the new wine will burst the wineskins and be spilled, and the wineskins will be ruined. But new wine must be put into new wineskins, and both are preserved.

Old wineskins mustn’t always be thrown away but can be renewed and made supple or pliant again to hold new wine. To do this, they must undergo a reconditioning process that involves cleaning and soaking them in oil till they are rejuvenated.

No one who can boast of having known all there is to know about God or His Word. The Bible talks about life in Christ Jesus as being unsearchable (Rom 11:33, Eph 3:8), meaning that it is always new, without any limits to its revealing power, to the end that as one grows continually in spirit, he receives more of this life.

By receiving Christ Jesus, one becomes a new wineskin, capable of expanding, to receive and accommodate God’s new wine. Outside of this, it is impossible to do so, as the old sin nature makes man spiritually inelastic or worn out, requiring that he be made new (Jn 3:5-7).

God’s desire is to fill us always with the newness of life, but our hearts need to remain pliable, without being too rigid or hardened by carnal or religious traditions that can limit or cause us to miss out on the Spirit’s outpouring. However, if we keep our lives clean by His Word and soak ourselves in His worship, then our lives’ capacity to receive His newness increases.

Today, as you shun sin and continually yield to God’s word, you’re sure to experience a new spiritual infilling that leads to a robust and vibrant Christian life.

-SD AbrahamYearly Bible Reading: Jeremiah 1-6 (In Devotional Audio)
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