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Let not your heart be troubled

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In John 14: 1-14, Jesus was close to being betrayed by Judas and He knew that his earthly ministry was coming to an end. At this time He was giving some last minute legacy statements and instructions to his disciples. He had washed the feet of the disciples just before the denial of Peter and He said to the disciples, “let not your hearts be troubled but believe in God.”

In this world many things trouble our hearts. There is fear and insecurity; many have the fear of terminal sicknesses, accidents, death, poverty, failure, and rejection…….etc

The moment we lose focus of God and allow our challenges to consume us we get overwhelmed. When you believe in God, you are looking up to Jesus; the Author and Finisher of your faith. Believing in God is believing His Word and trusting that what His Word says about your life and situation will surely come to pass despite the adverse circumstances you may be facing.

At such times when the enemy begins to bring bad thoughts, fears, anxiety and despair. Reject the thoughts, remind yourself of God’s past deliverances in your life and confess the Word of GOD CONCERNING your situation. Do not be anxious for anything but in everything with prayer and supplication make your request to God…. {Philippians 4:6}

There is a place in God for you…the secret place of the Most High. During that trying or adverse situation in your life, there is a place God has prepared for you. Stay in the word, stand on it, rest on it and keep up your faith, therein your soul will be nourished. Those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength.

And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time from the face of the serpent. (Revelation 12:14 KJV)

So let not your heart be troubled. Believe in God.

Happy Holidays.

‘Busola Jegede.

 

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