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John’s Diet

No one ever called him fat or even suggested that he should lose any weight at all. His silhouette didn’t embarrass him either. Yet, he still chose to go on a self-imposed diet. It is the only diet plan where the smaller one becomes the more God pays attention to you.

The John Diet actually has nothing to do with counting calories, going vegan, watching carbs or avoiding fat. On this diet, one can eat whatever they wish because the diet is only in the mind. That’s right. The diet involves the mind and not the mouth.

John didn’t explain his diet recipe in great detail to his friends. He only mentioned that he felt the need to go on one. He simply said:

John 3:30 He must increase, but I must decrease.

281273846_497a9c7c9e_bThe Diet Of The Soul is the world’s most important diet. Today, the mindset of the multitudes caters mainly to the gratification of their own flesh. The focus of the last several generations has been about, “If it feels good, do it!”

John did a 180° turnaround from our modern thinking. He truly realized that the Kingdom of God was not about him, but it was all about Jesus.

The Apostle Paul gave his blessing on the diet saying, (1Co 15:31)… “I die daily.”

Humility, submission, yielding, surrender, obedience, and denying of one’s self are some of the basic ingredients for a personal revival. If the Spirit of God is to increase in one’s life, then there must be a sharp decrease of fleshly desires.

At the JCM Bible School Graduation of my sons Anthony and Bryan, the Commencement Ceremony was blessed by the advice of Bro. Glass. He mentioned that on his family’s old home place they had a pond filled with fish.

The problem with fishing in the pond was that the water was so clear the fish wouldn’t bite because they could see the fisherman. The only way to catch fish in the pond was to stand behind the tree. He used that as an illustration to the students explaining to them that the only way to catch fish for God, or win souls, was to stand behind the Tree.

When the flesh decreases, the Spirit increases. Don’t allow your flesh to get in the way of God’s plan for your life.

Try The John Diet. You’ll Love The Results!

 

Written by Martyn Ballestero

June 4, 2016 at 10:14 pm

Posted in Personal Growth

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