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WOMEN........When you have done all - Stand firm, Serve Him the More!

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What do you do when you've done all you know?  Serve Him more!


I bring word of encouragement to brothers and sisters in the Lord who are passing through difficult situations of life, and they seem to have done all they are expected to do.  

Whenever such a situation arises, we need to exercise patience, knowing that God's time is the best.  We also need to remember that we cannot mark our own examination papers, it is God that will mark our work and score us - be patient

Maybe you’re in the middle of a difficult physical, relational, financial or spiritual challenge today. When you’ve exhausted your own resources to solve your problem, the only thing you can do is give it to God.  He is not wringing His hands about your situation because it took Him by surprise.  He is fully aware of what you’re going through and fully capable of giving you the answer to your problem.

Remember that King David encouraged himself in the Lord and the Lord told him to pursue the enemies and recover all they took away, including his wives and children.

When the doctor comes to you with a report that brings fear to your heart, you can remind God of His promise in Exodus 15:26 that says, “I am the God that heals you.”  Psalm 107:20 says, “He sent His word and healed us.”  

For a financial need, you can remind God of His promise in Philippians 4:19 “but my God shall supply all my needs according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus.”  Or, “God is able to make all grace abound to me, always having all sufficiency in all things, I have an abundance for every good work.”  (2 Corinthians 9:8)

Maybe you feel like Jehoshaphat when he said in verse 12, “For we have no power against this great multitude that is coming against us; nor do we know what to do, but our eyes are upon You.” We need to learn to stop looking at the problem and “fix our eyes upon Jesus” and the promises in His word.

As Jehoshaphat prayed and fasted for an answer, God gave them a plan.  (2 Chron. 20: 14-17).  I love what God said in response to Jehoshaphat’s prayer.  “Don’t be afraid or dismayed.”  (vs. 15) “The battle is not yours, but God’s.” “You will not have to fight in this battle…stand and see the salvation of the Lord.”  (vs. 17) Oh, how we need to hear that today!  Stand and see the salvation of the Lord.”  Maybe you’re out of answers, but God isn’t.

Know for sure that God hasn’t forgotten you.  He hasn’t forsaken you.  He knows exactly what you’re going through today and He has an answer for your situation.  Your strength and your resources may be gone, but God’s strength and resources are unlimited.  

Commit yourself to serving Him the more in the house of God and through other good works of faith like helping the needy, visiting people in prison and helping poor widows and orphans - these are services to God.

Put a song of praise and worship on your lips daily, and stand and see the salvation of the Lord!

Beloved, the time is short, Jesus Christ is coming back again.  If you have not given your heart to Him, don't wait another day.  Don't wait another day,  so permit me to lead you to Christ through this simple prayer:

Say LORD JESUS CHRIST, I COME TO YOU AS I AM, A SINNER.  FORGIVE ME ALL THE SINS I HAVE COMMITED AS i REPENT OF THEM. COME INTO MY LIFE AND BE MY LORD AND  PERSONAL SAVIOUR, WRITE MY NAME IN THE BOOK OF LIFE AND GIVE ME THE GRACE TO SERVE AND FOLLOW YOU TILL THE END OF MY LIFE.

THANK YOU JESUS CHRIST FOR SAVING MY SOUL....I AM BORN AGAIN.


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