Monday, December 28, 2015.
If we win, we praise Him
If we lose, we praise Him -Facing The Giants
Lesson: Whenever I am to face any challenge, a crowd public place, registrations and so on, I do have this mind of seeing or getting the unexpected happening. I was in a public place for a registration in which there appeared a large number of citizens. With prayers and assurance that I will have it done but thoughts of seeing the unexpected, I was on the queue. Then a rugged crowd started out, scattered the line, and at the end I was displaced to another site. Later on, a guy approached me after I’ve been registered and said, I love your patience. I just told him, ‘I was expecting the unexpected.’
When you expect the unexpected, though with the Holy Spirit in place, you fear not what outcome it produces but what outcome you produce. It is not a lack of faith, but a dodge to faint We see in the life of Job when the surrounding bad news met him, all at the same time. “While he was still speaking, another came.” Like that, he just looked up and said, “Naked I come from my mother’s womb and naked shall I return. The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord.” Alleluia! He did expected the unexpected.
Then it was confirmed while in his grief, he told his visiting friends, “For the thing I greatly feared has come upon me, and what I dreaded has happened to me.” The unexpected can also be positive, not just negatives, but how will it approach you and you defend it? Remember, putting all things in the hands of God and blessing the name of the Lord after all.
FOCUS TODAY: It is an advice to expect the unexpected, so that when it comes whether positive or negative, your hearts won’t disappear. #fact #focustoday