Sometimes To Be A Conqueror You Must Be Still

by | Oct 23, 2020

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Micah 7:7. But as for me, I will look to the Lord, I will wait for the God of my salvation, my God will hear me.

Do you ever get to that point where you are just sick and tired of waiting and you are tempted to just take care of the situation yourself?  Don’t!  Don’t allow Satan to talk you into stepping in, instead of waiting on God!  Trust me, I have done that enough times to know it just really messes things up, it isn’t worth it!  If you read the rest of this chapter in Micah you can see that God will come, He will vindicate, He will deliver you and heal you!  He hasn’t forgotten!

Don’t get impatient, don’t lose your hope!  God is by your side and His plan is in the works, even if you don’t see things changing, they always are and if you will just trust Him, He will bring to pass all He has promised.  “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans for good and not for evil.  Plans to give you a future and a hope!”  Jeremiah 29:11.  He hasn’t forgotten you!  There is hope!  There is always hope and it is found in Him, not in your ‘handling this yourself’!  Pour yourself into His word today. Turn on the radio and listen to some praise and worship music.  Put all of your faith and trust in Him today, no matter what lies satan is trying to get you to believe.  You are more than a conqueror in Him and truly the best is yet to come and it is found in waiting on Him!

Quote: “You seldom come across anything more enjoyable than a happy person.”  Frank A. Clark