Personal Consecration for ___________________________
Each Month we will fast the first Monday of each Month giving our bodies, spirit and mind to our Father Lord.
A. Four Quadrant Focus
(Mind, Body, Soul/Spirit)
Ministry (Areas to Focus)
Work/Business (Priorities & Goals)
1. Identify areas that lack discipline from the Four Quadrant Focus. 2. Write out Daily Schedule in Calendar by Hour and LIVE BY IT! (Habakkuk 2:2-3) 3. Prioritize challenged areas in order of importance and urgency. (I Cor 14:40) 4. Work on ONE area of Focus, from each of the four quadrants, each day. (Job 22:28)
B. 21 Day Personal Consecration Must be accompanied by the Following:
1. Daily AM Devotion (Personal Prayer and Meditation) NON-NEGOTIABLE! (Matt 67:11, Ps 68:19)
2. Specific Bible Reading during daily AM devotion. (See Journal) 3. Fasting 7/7/7 (Food/Sugar-Carbs/Food) (Is 58) 4. 20 minutes (minimum) of physical exercise daily. (I Cor 6:19) 5. 8-8oz glasses of Water (minimum) daily – One glass per hour throughout day. (John 14:14)
6. Journal Progress Daily (Successes and Challenges) Identify during meditation (Joshua 1:8) 7. No negative speaking or thinking (Stop Talking/Start Working) (I Thes 4:11) 8. Go to Bed Earlier/More Rest to ensure progress and schedule maintenance. (Ex:34:21, Ex 23:12) 9. Start each morning with expectation. (I Sam 30:6) 10. Try again next day if there are failed attempts. Address challenge during meditation. (Phil 3:13-14) 11. When hungry, frustrated, discouraged, distracted, tired –Read at least one chapter from specified/designated reading. (I Sam 30:6) 12. Encourage Someone Everyday. (Hebrew 3:13) 13. Under promise, Over Deliver. (Luke 6:38) 14. Minimize time on phone, TV, email, TALKING. (More Listening) (I Thes 4:11)
(Seven x Three = Twenty One) Satisfaction X Completion = Discipline
In the Hebrew, seven is (ba#$e (shevah). It is from the root (ba#$&af (savah), to be full or satisfied, have enough of. Hence the meaning of the word "seven" is dominated by this root, for on the seventh day God rested from the work of Creation. It was full and complete, and good and perfect. Nothing could be added to it or taken from it without marring it. Hence the word tba#$af (Shavath), to cease, desist, rest, and tb@af#$a>> Shabbath, Sabbath, or day of rest. This root runs through various languages; e.g., Sanscrit, saptan; Zend., hapta; Greek, (hepta); Latin, septem. All these preserve the "t," which in the Semitic and Teutonic languages is dropped out; e.g. Gothic, sibun; Germ., sieben; Eng., seven.
Another meaning of the root (ba#$af (Shavagh) is to swear, or make an oath. It is clear from its first occurrence in Genesis 21:31, "They sware both of them," that this oath was based upon the "seven ewe lambs" (vv 28,29,30), which point to the idea of satisfaction or fulness in an oath. It was the security, satisfaction, and fulness of the obligation, or completeness of the bond, which caused the same word to be used for both the number seven and an oath; and hence it is written, "an oath for confirmation is an end of all strife." Beer-sheba, the well of the oath, is the standing witness of the spiritual perfection of the number seven. The number meets us on
Three, therefore, stands for that which is solid, real, substantial, complete, and entire.
All things that are specially complete are stamped with this number three.
God's attributes are three: omniscience, omnipresence, and omnipotence.
There are three great divisions completing time--past, present, and future.
How do you spell Complete? S-T-A-R-T
Stop what you are doing
If you don’t START nothin’ Won’t be nothin’!