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- May 22, 2018 Triumphant in Tribulation No matter how hard you may try there is an inevitable fact of life that you will have to go through something while alive on this planet. These tribulations are in most cases spiritually manufactured to test the individual’s character attributes and how they withstand various trials. Each person’s test is their own, even if the tests seem identical to another’s, because it is in the way you handle it that makes it unique to you. There is a little known idea most of us forget occasionally as we are going through and that is, it’s not the magnitude of our problems but rather the measure of our faith that determines the success rate of that particular trial. For example Paul and Silas’ time in jail, was in magnitude great however, the measure of their faith outweighed the magnitude of their problem. So much so they began to sing the praises of God that a supernatural miracle occurred opening the jail cells. It was this measure of faith that when all seemed hopeless not only did they prove the greatness and faithfulness of God in a tough situation, but it was the catalyst that enabled one of the jailers to be saved. Which poses the question what if what you’re going through is all so that someone will have an example of Christ in a world desperate for a change in the spiritual climate? To have the ability to say it is well despite everything attempting to tell you it’s not, starts the process of praise as your press! Keep in mind God does not allow things to happen to you for no reason and chances are there is a divine purpose behind every problem that pushes you closer to promise. But in order to look to the hills from where your help comes you have to open your spiritual eyes to look to them. Looking from the natural point of view will leave you disappointed, limiting your view of God’s ability to see you through. As hard as it may be it is still possible to remain triumphant in tribulation if you set aside the weight and sins, lift your hands and give Christ praise and watch the shift in your atmosphere. My question to you is have you become so comfortable with your problem that you’ve forgotten how to give praise to the one who can deliver you from it? Romans 5:3, “And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience;” ~ Minister Poet ~
- Ezra 3:11English Standard VersionAnd they sang responsively, praising and giving thanks to the LORD, “For he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever toward Israel.” And all the people shouted with a great shout when they praised the LORD, because the foundation of the house of the LORD was laid.
- May 15, 2018 Wait and Watch There’s a saying that goes, good things come to those who wait. This is a simple statement of patience, however the idea itself has become one of complexity due to the nature of patience. Patience is defined as, “the quality of being patient, as the bearing of provocation, annoyance, misfortune, or pain, without complaint, loss of temper, irritation, or the like. An ability or willingness to suppress restlessness or annoyance when confronted with delay.” To simply put it, it’s waiting without complaining about what you’re waiting for. Something to consider though, if we constantly find ourselves becoming frustrated with something we’re waiting on could it be God didn’t intend for us to have it? This level of impatience is what lead Abraham to have Ismael with Hagar prior to having the promised son Isaac. Granted, anyone who has had to deal with a great level of patience understands it’s not always easy, especially when it involves waiting on someone else, which takes the control away from you and ultimately places it in God’s hands. Hence the reason why we should be watching as we wait. We should be watching for how God is orchestrating things on our behalf in the background, and it’s this level of trust that should bring us comfort and enable us to be of good courage as we wait. It’s important to remember God will never put you through anything He hasn’t equipped you for. So no matter how long the wait may be IF it’s God’s will and if it’s something He has already promised us like coming back, than you can be confident that it WILL happen. Stop wasting time looking and thinking about time in regards to how much of it is passing waiting, and start living in the time you have. When it comes to that which you’re waiting on, if it remains out of your control, keep waiting, but as you’re waiting trust that behind the scenes God is working things out in your favor and watch how He comes through for you! Hebrews 10:36, “For ye have need of patience, that, after ye have done the will of God, ye might receive the promise.” ~ Minister Poet ~