Yea, I think it meet, as long as I am in this tabernacle, to stir you up by putting you in remembrance;  (v13)

A Pole vaulter only discovers he can jump, when he clears the bar. Then he sets it higher. God does that too. He stretches your faith to what seems like your breaking point. Pastor and author Jon Walker says. “At one point I sensed God stretching my faith. Specifically, He told me to stop receiving a regular pay cheque and start living by faith. So with radiant certainty that God would provide because He told me He would, I did what He  said and started looking for His provision. I kept a log of every way God took care of me, and the list grew joyfully impressive. God was moving me from a tentative “I hope it will happen,” to a certain “I know this will happen.” Yet within months I was literally staggered with doubt. I’d lost my focus… and started scrambling for ways to generate incomes… believing it was my responsibility to make things happen because God may or may not come through. You may be further along than I am in leaving to trust God, then again, you may have experienced exactly what I’m describing. Understand this. A faith that cannot be shaken comes only from a faith that has been so severely shaken, but God’s  greatest  concern is developing our faith. “Without faith it is impossible to please God.” (Hebrews 11:6 NIV) That’s why Peter wrote, “I will always remind you of these things even though you know them and are firmly established in the faith, it is right to refresh your memory (2 Peter 1:12-13) So, keep reminding yourself that God is faithful. (TWFT)

PRAYER LINE: The God who made the firmament, who made the deepest sea, The God who put the stars in place, Is the God who cares for me – Berg.


God who knows the name of every star, knows all our names as well.  

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