2 Corinthians 5:13
13 If we are “out of our mind,” as some say, it is for God; if we are in our right mind, it is for you.
Today’s Inspiration: It is difficult to minister to someone when you are in great distress and wonder when God will intervene yet we still have to push through our pain to help people deliver themselves from their troubles. It’s the duty of man.
The way we minister to the broken-hearted deserves more reward than sitting with great men of God. We need to push out all our troubles. 2 Corinthians 5:13.
We must accept the fact that behind the pain is a message that will lead to a testimony. Jeremiah was the prophet that no one believes in his prophecy and ended up with so much in pain. God pointed him out to the Potter’s House about the refining process of men in Jeremiah 18. Then he could understand his calling of pulling down, uprooting and destruction of those not planted by the Lord. This was reinforced by Jesus in Matthew 15:13 of uprooting all that the Heavenly father had not planted.
Let this truth set you free today and wait for His timing for intervention. How difficult it must be for Job to be freed only after 40 chapters of his life. But his end was better than the first. Job 8:7 declaration came to pass.