Trusting in Him

When God made His covenant with Israel regarding the Promised Land, He originally promised them approximately 300,000 square miles of land. When Israel finally went in and started conquering, they quit at about 3,000 square miles. They only took possession of around 10% of what God had promised them. Even to this day, they still don’t have all the land that God promised them. One day, they will have all of it.

When it comes to the things that God has in store, I think that Christians only take possession of 10%. Sometimes we might think that God wants us to be rich. Do not assume that God’s blessings are going to be financial blessings. God wants us to be rich, but that wealth might not be money. In fact, sometimes money can be the worst thing for us.

God will give you something far better than money. He might give us peace, contentment, or the ability to minister to people who are hurting. He’s going to do those things for us, and that is the far greater blessing than any financial thing that God can do for us.

God is never going to hold back. He wants to give us a lot – don’t be satisfied with the 10%.

We allow ourselves to be blinded by the world around us. We think complacently and allow false contentments to justify our inward justifications to stop our journey in the path that God has laid out for us. That is the weakness of our human soul. We allow our spirit to idle and become passive whereas God has given us the ability to roar.

Only when we seek the strength in His words that have been reveales through the truths of His actions can we be assured of His presence in guiding oir journey. Our grratest failure is ourselves when we allow oir choices to be governed by the pluralistic surrounding in complacency and ignorance.

Awake the roar that is within us and the stand up and fix ourselves on His promises and walk onward in the path to His promise of His Kingdom.



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