The Message Behind The Tee!



Can you still trust God when things seems as though they are getting worst? That is the question most Christians ask themselves and others when there is a never ending road that seems endless with problems and troubles. I once got a letter with some bad news and I heard the Holy Spirit said "it is going to get worst before it gets better....Can my situations and circumstances get worse? Yes it can. I have been there and currently is there. I once heard a pastor said we may feel helpless but we are certainly not hopeless. So what do you do when it gets worse and seems like you cannot go on? Do you give up? Do you throw in the towel? No...what you do is keep seeking God as normal or even more. I have heard people say God is sometimes silent on their circumstances, but I have never came upon a situation or situations in my life when I did not hear from God. When you get those feelings of sadness and worries, cry it out, shout it out, scream it out but what you do next is important. Let me tell you what I do. I continue to read my Bible, I do my Bible Studies with myself and with friends, I do my devotionals, I continue to pray even when I don't feel like it, most of the time its a struggle but I persist. I continue to do my regular routine that I usually do when I am happy. I still continue....then its in the continuance that He answers me, He gives me instructions, He gives me encouragement. It is during those enduring persisting moments I get an on time Word, the Rama Word that is just for me and the situations I am in. God wants to see if we need Him or we pretending. This is the time He test our faith, our belief in Him. Ask Job, His faith was tested. (read the book of Job).Anyone can say I love God, I trust God, God is good...but can you still say that when all hell is breaking loose. I discover continuance during my disappointing and discouraging moments helps a lot. This is where I connect the scripture " I will never leave you or forsake you", Hebrews 13:5. He is always speaking but He has to find you listening. Listening does not mean not doing something, but you are looking for Him in what you are reading, what you are listening to, what someone is saying to you. In your down moments let God find you abiding.


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