The Two Keys for Spiritual Success in 2024

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Abby Trivett

What will it take to be successful in 2024?

In his exclusive Beyond The Article interview with Charisma Magazine Online, apostle Tomi Arayomi is explaining what it will take for believers to follow Jesus without wavering in 2024 and beyond as our world sees more economic, political and social turbulence.

“Right now, the Spirit of God is looking at hearts,” Arayomi says. “He’s measuring our heart posture, our heart alignment just like when he was looking for a candidate to be king over Israel.”

If the Lord is searching His people’s hearts, then what kind of practical applications should believers take to dedicate themselves to Him?

Believers must be blameless.

In front of a holy and righteous God, believers are called to be blameless. Ephesians 1:4-5 tells us, “just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, to be holy and blameless before Him in love, He predestined us to adoption as sons to Himself through Jesus Christ according to the good pleasure of His will…”

Being blameless means that Christians do not fall into the snares of darkness, but instead strive to live pleasing lives for the Lord. With all humility, wisdom and discernment, Christians are called to keep their eyes fixed on Jesus at all times and allow Him to reign as Lord over all things. It’s a call to please the heavenly Father who has so freely chosen us to be His children.

In his feature article of Charisma Magazine Online, Arayomi writes, “Blamelessness also involves integrity and sincerity in one’s faith.”

Through prayer, studying and meditation of the Scriptures believers can allow the Holy Spirit to change our lives from the inside out.

This is the time to release the gathering anointing.

What exactly is the gathering anointing? Arayomi says that this particular point is especially critical for pastors and leaders because God is calling us into a time of collecting harvesters for the great harvest.

“You’re no longer the harvest; you’re now the workers,” Arayomi says.

This is a time of equipping the saints to do the good work of harvesting. As we approach the dawn of this end times harvest, Arayomi also says there are four ‘R’s’ that we are necessary. This includes repentance before the Lord, a return to God, a revival or refreshing in Christ, and finally, a reformation for the gospel.

“Revival is meant to tilt into reformation,” Arayomi says.  “God is saying, ‘I’m holding back the revival until you have your reformers on the ground.’”

As the church comes together to do the good work, God is actively placing people to prepare for the reformation that will keep the message of the gospel alive even after revival ends.

With 2024 already in full swing, God is calling His people to stay focused on Him and begin working with one another to fulfill the Great Commission as we inch nearer to Jesus’ return.

Abby Trivett is a marketing copywriter and coordinator for Charisma Media.

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