Well hello there dear beloved creation of God!
Trials and tribulations are part of our life, and dear one as we experience this comes along pain, frustrations, fear, and trauma, how do you heal and cope with all of this? How do you outgrow the block of trials and tribulations?
Just a gentle reminder my dear one, “Tough times don’t last, tough people, do.” We must stand our ground and think that all of these will pass. In
Are you suffering right now my dear one? Is your relationship not going well? No career-growth? No promotions? Stuck in a mid-life crisis? Going through tough times, financially? Having spouse problems? Your children are drifting apart from you? In general, things are not going your way in life?
My dear one, hold on tight, when times get rough we hold on tighter, we do not get togive up and throw in the towel and say this is the end, the Holy Spirit is here to help you! In 1 Peter 5:10, “And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.” Remember…
All of this suffering is God’s testament that He is working in our lives.
Always keep this in your heart and mind my dear one, God is always listening, He knows the condition of your heart, He knows how much suffering you are in right now, you might ask…
“Why is God giving me all of these problems? I don’t understand why?”
Dear one, all of those are tests of Faith, whether you crack under the immense pressure or you will bloom accordingly in God’s Plan, that’s why He sent the Holy Spirit to be our guide, for you not to stray away in difficult situations.
Remember in Matthew 10:38, “And whoever does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me.” If we stray away from God’s plan, we are not worthy of his blessings and His Kingdom.
In times of trials and tribulations, always remember this my dear one, the Holy Spirit is there to assist us all the time, but how do we call and draw near to the Holy Spirit?
- First, acknowledge the power of the Holy Spirit to turn your life around.
- Second, be its humble servant.
- Third, be resilient and patient in times of difficulty.
“I can do all things through him who strengthens me.”
Dear one, always remember this! In Philippians 4:13, Simple but extremely powerful, always say this in times of trial, and God will move mountains for you.