Genesis 17:3 (KJV) “And Abram fell on his face: and God talked with him, saying
Falling prostrate on your face before God is the most used description for worship in the whole bible. The problem of man has always been independence from God. The old man does not need repentance or refurbishment. The only solution for the old man is execution. God’s remedy for the old man is the cross. The good news is that our old man was crucified with Christ more than 2000 years ago. Prostrating before God means total dependence on God. For you to be totally dependent on God, the cross of Jesus must be part of your daily experience (see Luke 9:23).
In the words of Derek Prince “I feel secure on my face, cause I know I can’t go lower. There is only one way I can go from there, and that is up.” It was John Bunyan who said, “He that is down needs fear no fall, he that is low no pride, he that is humble ever shall have God to be his guide.” God requires us to humble ourselves before Him. I believe that one of the ways to practically humble ourselves before God is going on our faces before Him. That action has a way of humbling your heart. If you check the Bible, the great men of God at some point in their lives went on their faces before God. That’s the way to greatness.
As you go into today, consider making it your practice to prostrate before God in worship. It can be in the quietness of your bedroom or in the midst of other saints in public worship. Doing this can help influence your heart accordingly. Humble yourself before God and watch Him lift you up.
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Bible In One Year: Matthew 23-25 (in today’s audio)
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