A Word Of Encouragement. 07/16/2020

We often find ourselves in times of turmoil, and, as human beings, we suffer through sadness, confusion, and grief. Things that take time to rehabilitate but are healable through Christ.

Yet through the process, we are hanging on for dear life!

Why?

We hold on so we don’t blow away by the high winds of change. The Lord allows the gusts of trials and tribulations to blow in to create resistance.

Do you know that when the opposition meets force, that’s how momentum and muscle are built, creating the strength to move farther than before?

Subsequently, this is how genuine strength is obtained—Spiritual muscle mass increases, and so does character and courage.

So, just like this “little” guy in the photo looks helpless and hanging for dear life.

The truth is when the storm is done raging, it won’t be his size that matters; it will be the newfound strength in his jump.

At the same time, his stamina, boldness, and agility are propelled by excellence, and more significantly, he can go farther than before.

This is how God catapults even the smallest creatures farther than the rest.

Did you know that a sloth is a hundred times its size? Think about that for a moment.

Yep, it’s like that!

Storms come in various sizes, shapes and causes, one being by the doubt of others. Therefore we create things inwardly that is only healed by letting go and letting God. All the while hanging on for dear life in seasons of drought even though it’s pouring.

Matthew 5:10
“Blessed are those who are persecuted
for righteousness’s sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

“Blessed are you when others revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account.”

Matthew 13:32
“And this is smaller than all other seeds, but when it is full-grown, it is larger than the garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and nest in its branches.”

God has always been famous for using the small to confound the wise. He takes the insignificant in the eyes of men and turns them into mighty oak and leaders.

He takes the small ones and enlarges them and their territory, and with one giant leap, they will land by the hand of God, right where they belong.

The leap is graceful and filled with virtue and etiquette, and more grateful than those who didn’t pay the price and endure the downpours.

God’s people are more robust, changed, and able to withstand the corruption of compromise, wealth, and deception.

At the same time, void of the pride that destroys the gifting, Jesus is on their lips.

Father receives the glory and praise!

Blessings, 🌿
Sister Christine

C. Brejcha ©️

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