10 “Say to the righteous that it shall be well with them, for they shall eat the fruit of their doings.”
Today’s Inspiration: The promise of The Lord today proclaims to the righteous that all will be well with them and they shall eat the fruit of their doings. Isaiah 3:10. All will also be well with those who fear God and who fear before Him. Ecclesiastes 8:12.
Indeed she found favour when Boaz gave permission and in verse 9 told her to focus only on the fields and follow the reapers and Boaz instructed that they should treat her with kindness. She was even given permission to drink what the young men have drawn. Praise the Lord for such generosity and kindness! This is a sign of growing in godliness.
The success in our river journey depends on our learning to flow with the current to reach the Lord’s destination. He will take us where we want to go depending on His will. We must not be drifting all the time. By drifting, water becomes stagnant. When water is stagnant for too long, we collect twigs, dead leaves, stem, algae. Life grows where the river flows. Ezekiel 47:9-12.
Luke 4:18 is for every believer. All of us are to walk in the healing anointing of the Lord which brings healing physically and spiritually to the nations. To do so, we need positive hopeful thoughts trusting the Lord with all our heart. Resting, Thinking and speaking life into our situation breathes life into our situation. Hebrews 4:8. The Word of God released life to purify our blood stream to heal every cell. Hebrews 4:12. Why spend your life being miserable, angry, bitter, resentful, full of self pity and hurting others? Life is more precious than these. Through close relationship with Jesus Christ, you receive complete healing of the soul that flows to the healing of your body. God wants to take our mess to turn it into destiny. Why did God allow the mess in Job and in Ruth and even in Joseph? For Ruth it was for the higher purpose of the union of the church and the Jews to form the one new man. For the rest it was to see how we can survive in the wilderness. It was not the deliverance from bondage that God wants to effect in the Israelites but the faith to survive in the wilderness. Jesus honours faith to act. Our faith must be built on the hope of good things to come and what we learn from the Word. It is the Word of power that motivates us. Psalm 138:3. There must not be mental barriers to hinder our healing.
God knows we need more faith to move with Him. He rewards persistent faith that includes assurance of hope. Only faith and believe what Jesus can do for you, can give you victory and help you overcome your personal trials. 1 John 5:4-5. So have faith. If you are hearing His voice today, do not harden your heart as the Israelites in rebellion in the wilderness. Hebrews 3:7-8. This was reinforced in verse 15. This means God is serious for us to be in faith trusting the Lord with all our hearts.