Loneliness: An Opportunity to Stealing Away With God
The disconnect is not lacking the knowledge of God’s Word but failing to apply it to our lives.
mark 1:34-38 tpt
“Jesus cured many who were sick with various diseases and cast out many demons. But he would not permit the demons to speak, because they knew who he really was. The next morning, Jesus got up long before daylight, left the house while it was dark, and made his way to a secluded place to give himself to prayer. Later, Simon and his friends searched for him, and when they finally tracked him down, they told him, “Everyone is looking for you—they want you!” Jesus replied, “We have to go on to the surrounding villages so that I can give my message to the people there, for that is my mission.”
Week 4: Negate Circumstances and Embrace Righteousness
Yesterday, I was on a Christian social media platform that was asking for questions to cover in their podcast. I had typed out, “How to stay content and encouraged while you are waiting on God?’, and then realized that my answer was in my question.
Uncomfortable and unpleasant things will occur in life. However, the question of finding success through those trial lies in whether we will negate the negativity or validate the positivity. The choice and the consequent outcome, is entirely in our hands, as we have the liberty to divert away or direct our attention to things.
Why must we go through this shedding of unnecessary dead and pessimistic weight? Because like Jesus, we are all on an mission. We cannot afford to get sidetracked or distracted, neither by our own brain noises or the talking voices of those around us.
We don’t have to be perfect, we just have to be intentional, remembering that no matter what, we worth dying for and that Jesus is worth is fighting for!
Until Weekend Wellness,