Life is beautiful, and even when it’s complicated, it’s our mindset towards those difficulties that leads us through the doorways ending in Christ’s light. A life without the light to see the purpose in pain and hardship is a life wasted, as it leads to constant inner conflict and disputes with others.
However, when our hearts and minds are filled with the peace of Christ, we gain a new vision through faith. This enables us to see beyond the temporary challenges and perceive them as opportunities for growth. Our spiritual eyes in Christ guide us, reminding us that true fulfillment and purpose come from God, not from money, romance, or material possessions.
God is preparing His people for more, and those who can be trusted with little will stay reasonable with greater responsibility.
At the same time, while Satan is blessing his prosperity preachers, their time is limited. We pray for their repentance during their moments of downtime hoping it leads to accountability and reflection. We should never wish harm upon anyone, but trust in the mighty hand of God to handle these deceitful matters.
Psalms 34:21 KJV
Evil shall slay the wicked: and they that hate the righteous shall be desolate.
In other words:
Psalm 34:21 NIV
Evil will slay the wicked; the foes of the righteous will be condemned.
So, remember, never start to despise people because of the actions of some. When our hearts are pure, we find joy in God’s creation and in all people, even those who are lost in their sin. We are no different, as we all deserved to face our own demise, but Christ took pity on us. Through His testimony, we reveal that He exists. We are living and shining examples of God’s merciful glory.
It is crucial to make forgiveness a daily practice, to seek the Lord in all matters, and to enjoy a life of love that is free from strife and division. This doesn’t mean that we simply go along to get along, but rather, we stand boldly, transparently, genuinely, and honestly. When our hearts begin to feel anger, we must repent and pray for our enemies. We should hold tightly to the truth of the gospel and surround ourselves with those who truly love and respect us.
Holy Spirit reveals:
“Often, the people who stand behind you are those whom you cannot yet see. In My timing, they will emerge from the shadows and speak on your behalf. Timing is key.” says the Lord.
Job 33:14 KJV
For God may speak in one way, or in another, Yet man does not perceive
Much love and respect,
C. Beach ©️