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    Devotion means affectionate, loving, tender-hearted kindness, all that and more in one word. God is devoted to us as a loving father, but how can we be devoted to him if we do not have a proper understanding of who he is? He made us like him, which means we are a replica of him on earth, it also means we’re invaluable. We have the DNA of God and the father is so fond of us as a mother feels about her newborn – all protective. You cannot talk God out of being devoted to us, irrespective of whatever it is we may have done – good or bad. Most of the time we do not receive God’s blessings because we never expect. God is so totally devoted to us and he bestows on us his blessings as well. God has a mandate on our lives, and he has also equipped us with so much ability. Before we were ever formed in our mother’s womb, he knew us (Jer. 1:5). Understanding all that, God also desires that we be intimate and devoted to him. For David – who was described as a man after God’s heart, he detailed his intimate
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    Liberty Life Center
    ALL IN – SOUL Soul is the essence of a person. A conscious decision to love comes from the soul. It is not emotional love but a personal decision to prioritize the other person’s feelings. The soul is the life of the brain. It is the mind, will, emotion, intellect, memory, and the center of the senses. In other words, your entire being is to voluntarily go after God, nothing held back. He will not accept a person with a mind that mentally assents while spirit and body are in rebellion. So let’s consider Moses today. He certainly didn’t start ALL IN. In fact, he was a murderer that ran away to save his own life. He had married and was shepherding sheep for his father-in-law when a “suddenly” happened that would certainly shake his intellect and his senses as well as his emotions. And eventually it would shake his will. 2 And the Angel of the Lord appeared to him in a flame of fire from the midst of a bush. So he looked, and behold, the bush was burning with fire, but the bush was not consumed. 3 Then Moses said, “I will now turn aside and see