Friday, February 17, 2012

Burdened and Weary?

Triumphant Victorious Reminders
Inspired by the Holy Spirit
Written by: Teresa Criswell

"Then Jesus said, "Come to Me all who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest"."
~ Matthew 11:28 ~


Photograph from Google Images

Are you tired?
Weary?
Do you feel like the weight of the world is upon your shoulders?
Are you experiencing frustration that if one more situation occurs it will 'be the straw that breaks the camel's back'?

In spite of me, I am getting through this season because of God's faithfulness even in the midst of my 'faithlessness'.

Perhaps you may be the one that is going through this season and you're hoping there is a triumphant ending soon.

Well, the fact is, we do get weary and tired after attempting to handle the things of this life on our own. Yet, the truth is, in God's Excellency, He knows He is able to obliterate impossibilities into possibilities.

With this truth that is known, we need to get into the place of 'knowing' and cross over the threshold into that glorious place of 'revelational' experience. Living out with explosive power that the faith inside of us is no longer 'misplaced' into people, potential outcomes or how we think it should turn out. When we begin to explosively live by true faith, it will become properly placed upon our Awesome, Excellent God, revealing our trust in Him. The unfolding agenda is made known as His love reveals His desire for us to yearn for continual relationship with Him, not just in the case of an emergency, but in every aspect; good, bad, or indifferent. I can see more clearly that He desires us to trust Him revealing that we are bragging on His abilities and not our own!

In this reminder today, I am challenged to gauge the cite as on a weapon to properly focus on God, whom I 'say' I believe. As my dad often says, "You gotta walk the walk, not just talk the talk." Or as Terry Pruett often quotes, "Jesus will one day say to us, "Well 'done' my good and faithful servant, He will NOT say, "Well 'said'..."

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