November 6, 2016 But they that wait upon the Lord and “PUSH”

Isaiah 40:31 (NKJV) says: “But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint.”

My mom is currently waiting upon the Lord for the strength to walk. She has been waiting as patiently as possible since late July. I believe in miracles. (There are 8 detailed in my first book with 2 more joyous miracles ahead!) God’s Word says in Luke 1:37 (NKJV): “For with God nothing shall be impossible.” So I am praying in faith, and with expectant faith, that God will have her walk again. I read something awhile back. It said we are to “PUSH”: Here is what it means. Pray Until Something Happens. So I am going to continue to “PUSH” on her behalf! (Thank you to my friends that have been praying for her. God hears prayers prayed in faith!)

If you are weary today, “Wait on the Lord.” Each and every trial in the life of a true believer is for a higher divine purpose. Suffering is all part of the sanctification process.

I suffered in a trial for 37 years. I waited upon the Lord. And God delivered me in August 2015.

I suffered in another trial for 11 years. It started in 2004. I waited upon the Lord. And God delivered me in the summer of 2015.

God is faithful. God is good. Trust God. Always trust God. Let faith in God and in His Word carry you.

 

 

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