The seventh and final key to regaining your cutting edge is found in verse 7 of 2 Kings 6, the passage we have been looking at over the last several days. Here is what that verse says,
Therefore he said, "Pick it up for yourself." So he reached out his hand and took it.
The sixth key was something that only God could do, and that is to make the ax head float; that is, to restore your cutting edge.
Now we see what we must do in response. You and I must receive what God is offering. Unless you take hold of what God is offering, your spiritual edge will never be restored.
Perhaps over the last several days, as we have looked at how to restore your spiritual edge, God has been speaking to you. Maybe you have come to realize that you are not where you should be in your relationship with God.
Maybe you have lost that sensitivity. Maybe you have lost your cutting edge. I am telling you, you can reach out and take what God is doing to restore your cutting edge.
I want to challenge you to take some time today to search your heart. If you have lost your cutting edge, stop swinging an empty handle and just going through the motions.
Be honest and admit you have lost that edge, determine where it fell, look to the Master, listen to His voice, take responsibility, know that the cross of Christ is completely sufficient to restore you, and then take hold of what God is doing to restore your edge.
God can work that miracle in your life if you will only do your part!
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