Thursday, January 31, 2013



Hold onto your confession of faith, no matter what! This test of endurance, this particular trial of your faith is SPECIFIC! What you may be facing today, is of “no fault of your own”…a “not of your doing-thing!” Nonetheless, you are dealing with it and IT IS TRYING YOUR FAITH!

Don’t give up! Don’t quit! Don’t throw the towel in, just because it is of no fault of your own. One thing for sure, the Lord is aware of what you are going through, and you need PATIENCE to ENDURE FAITHFULLY to the END of the matter! Victory and conclusion is near!

Don’t give up on Jesus! Don’t throw in the towel on the Word of God which has been steadfast for you. Don’t cast away your confidence in what the Lord has promised you. Just because you have to endure this situation don’t LOOSE HOPE!

Know that you have “No Fault Assurance!” The Lord’s MERCY endureth forever! As the Lord’s MERCY ENDURES; YOU CAN ENDURE FAITHFULLY! Put on patience and USE YOUR FAITH TODAY!

Stay the course. Changing your mind back and forth leaves you in the sea of indecision! The state of double mindedness produces no decision at all. More importantly, the wavering back and forth is canceling out your prayer request.

Take His Rod, place it in the ground of your foundation and hold on to His Word! Your tenacity, in trying to pull it all together, has tuckered you out! All of your efforts to make things fit have exhausted you! No results yet have made you uncertain of your steps!

There is nothing left to do now but WAIT ON THE LORD and be confident that the Lord is near as well as dear to your life! Ask of Him, knowing that He will answer. Be patient and wait on Him, no matter how long it takes. The Lord will answer, He is faithful, trust Him! Turn your mind toward Jesus!

Hebrews 10:23 Let us hold fast the profession of our faith without wavering; (for he is faithful that promised;)

Hebrews 10:35 Cast not away therefore your confidence, which hath great recompence of reward.

James 1:4 But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing.

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