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We fall. We break. We fail.
but with Jesus
We rise. We heal. We overcome
[GOD is LOVE/GOD Loves You/Let GOD Love You]
“I Love all who love Me. Those who search Me will surely find Me”.
“No power in the sky above or in the earth below indeed, nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from the love of God”.
There are certain moments in life when we look around searching for proof whether God is still Active in our Life especially when we need guidance on some pressing, stressing & urgent issues. Those alone time moments with oneself that makes one ask: “Dear God, Can You please give me a sign that You’re just near”? “Please, I really need help as in S.O.S”! Entangled in such a quandary, you feel as if you’re caught in the middle between the devil and the deep blue sea. And the fear that pervades your heart keeps on increasing in the thought that God is somewhere out there but is out of touch or simply can’t hear your plea for help. It is in experiencing a dry spell or drought in one of those spiritual season of our life when we feel desperate for God’s answer to our prayer that we sometimes ask ourselves: “O God, can You hear me now?”
In the meantime, while we await in anticipation for the Lord to have mercy and hear our petition, we have the option to wait patiently with Gratitude in our hearts or to move about impatiently with Grumbling hearts. Of all the decisions we make in life, few affect us more powerfully than our choice between gratitude and grumbling. Grumbling overlooks blessings but Gratitude finds blessings everywhere, even in parched and arid places. With gratitude, not only do we find countless blessings unexpectedly, but blessings seem to find us. A grumbling heart finds very few mercies. But a grateful heart moves through life finding endless blessings just as a magnet can find iron even in the sand.
There will be challenging trials and hard tasks ahead in our walk of obedience to God’s precepts. But we should be firm in our faith and not be frustrated or discouraged in the process whenever we fall, break or fail because all human beings are made of clay. Gently, the Potter breaks us that we may be crafted unto His Image. No matter what situations draw us to God, He won’t mock us for honestly seeking His Deliverance from our most shameful sins. Jesus claimed that He came into this world for this reason, not to “call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance” (Luke 5:32). With sincere admission of our sins, we turn away from our wrongdoing and open ourselves to God’s Transforming Power to rise from our fall; to be healed of our wounded emotions and to overcome our human weaknesses and errors with the help of God’s saving grace, tender mercies and forgiveness in the Name of Jesus and by the Power of His Holy Spirit.