If it’s not good, HE is not Done!

“Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him; do not fret when people succeed in their ways, when they carry out their wicked schemes” Psalm 37:3

There are so many bible verses which directs us to GOD for help. As Christians, we are taught that God is the knower of all things. We are taught that if we ask of HIM, HIS will – will be done. There is no task too big for our GOD. We simply must pray to HIM for guidance.

There are circumstances we want immediate relief from, but if this is not GOD’s plan, then it will not happen. Philippians 4:19, reminds us “And my GOD will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus”. Sometimes we find ourselves suffering in silence, for way too long, and when we finally surrender to GOD, we want immediate relief. The immediate relief is knowing that once you surrender to HIM, it is no longer your burden, it is HIS, and he will take care of it. Consequently, this does not mean the problem will magically disappear.

The problem did not occur over night, so the solution may not either. Our trials and tribulations are full of lessons that we can learn from. GOD is strategic in working things out, so not only do we find deliverance, we realize the lesson. It is the lessons we learn from our problems, that equips us with the knowledge to deal with them in the future. If there is no lesson, then there is no growth. All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work”. 2 Timothy 3:16-17, NIV.

I ask of you to always open your hearts to the mercy and miracles in GOD’s work. We are not only children of GOD, we are students of HIS as well. Therefore, I ask that you go to your heavenly Father for all your needs. Be still and wait for the lessons in your deliverance. Your problems may not go away immediately, but trust that HE is working it out for your good. If it is not good, He is not done. Be still!

In His service,

Minister Marshall

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