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I Refuse

Are you waiting for something that hasn't happened yet? 

Keep waiting. 

That means you must continue doing the positive and worthwhile things you're doing. Waiting = Working. It doesn't matter what your current circumstances look like, refuse to give up. I know I know, things seem so dire and it seems there's no movement, right? Well, "seems" is the problem word. What things seem like are not real. It's all about our faith in a God who is the King of kings and the Lord of lords. Our faith in Him has to remain intact and solid as a rock, because He is the rock (May 26, 2016 blog post). He's the one who makes it all happen. 

It's all about our faith in Him to work in His time. When we continue on we still have a chance and we have something the Lord can work with. If we stop, then game over. We just told God we didn't trust Him to work things out in our favor, so why should He? He has to be able to know that when it happens - when He does it - we will be grateful and thankful. For, man is hardly ever grateful or thankful for getting big things he didn't work for. You don't think God knows that?

In order for Him to continue working behind the scenes we have to confidently act as though it's already happening. "Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance (evidence) about what we do not see (Hebrews 11:1).

Trust God, keep working and refuse to do anything less than that.



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