Monthly Archives: February 2018

His Faithfulness, not Mine

The praxis of an early morning Bible reading and reflection writing should have been started since the beginning of the year but doing different things shouldn’t be spelled in a time limit over desire in pursuit of it. I confess, I did a lot of things, inspired to write when I was just a conventional employee having no single thought of colossal responsibility. I woke up early while everyone was still on their bed beautifully dreaming. I walk pleasantly in dimness and crispness of air like I was fully with the Lord subjectively rather than objectively. I felt the deep affection and was struck with a firm blow. Where did that go?

The last prayer I uttered in 2017 was “Lord, please get me out this office door.” So He did off the latch anew. I was given prestige and a right set of circumstance in any way having reached the most advanced stage in a process. All the more so, predetermined to go through unfamiliar situations. Be that as it may, I lost control of focus. Sure I didn’t turn away but I failed to remember and paid no heed to His words invariably. And again, everything was falling in pieces and was shaking on cruise control.

But God, He is a God of second chance and can restore brokenness. He can refurbish the shattered.

Reflect on God as Faithful

If you are going through what I went through of wanting to hear from Him loudly but cannot because the world’s noise is louder and your focus is swaying, draw from His presence first thing in the morning. Since the world is a battleground vastly in the workplace, every test is present and you’re a reflection of your response.

In my reading, Leviticus 26 harps on the reward of obedience of following His decrees and careful to obey His commands will He send rain in its season and the ground will yield its crops and the trees their fruits. Your threshing will continue until grape harvest and the grape harvest will continue until planting, and you will eat all the food you want and live in safety in your land.

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