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Word for the day “Take Charge”

17 Jan

I Chronicles 28:20-21 (MSG) David continued to address Solomon: “Take charge! Take heart! Don’t be anxious or get discouraged. God, my God, is with you in this; he won’t walk off and leave you in the lurch. He’s at your side until every last detail is completed for conducting the worship of God. You have all the priests and Levites standing ready to pitch in, and skillful craftsmen and artisans of every kind ready to go to work. Both leaders and people are ready. Just say the word.”

I am of the humble opinion that it’s not unusual for even the most spiritual people to have their days of doubt. Moses, on one occasion at least, was overwhelmed by his circumstances. After he had listened to the constant complaining of the children of Israel, he basically told the Lord, “I’m fed up. Just kill me, I don’t want to deal with this another day (Numbers 11:10-15).

Elijah, after his contest with the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel, heard that Jezebel had put a contract out on his life. He was so overwhelmed by his circumstances, so discouraged, so uncertain, and so filled with doubt that he said to God, “Take my life”(I Kings 19:1-5).

Even the great apostle Paul had moments when he was discouraged. He wrote to the church at Corinth, “We were burdened beyond measure, above strength, so that we despaired even of life” (2 Corinthians 1:8). And sisters and brothers we get fed up and discouraged as well!

Jeremiah, the great prophet, faced it as well. He was ridiculed and harassed for giving out the Word of God. Because he was tired of the pressure he was facing, it made him want to stop giving out God’s Word altogether. He said, “The word of the Lord was made to me a reproach and derision daily. Then I said, ‘I will not make mention of Him, nor speak anymore in His name’ ” (Jeremiah 20:8-9). Are you in this place of discouragement or doubt?

You aren’t the only one who has ever faced doubt or uncertainty or has been perplexed as to why God did not work in a certain way. We may be in the midst of God’s working and can’t see the big picture as the Lord can. But one thing all of these people of God learned from their walk with God. Let it be your testimony during this difficult time in your life “We can trust the Lord’s Heart, even when we can’t trace the Lord’s path for our life”. I speak to you today as David spoke to his son Solomon in the word today, “Take Charge” May the Lord bless you real good family of God!

For His Kingdom,
Pastor James Baker

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Posted by on January 17, 2014 in Daily Inspiration

 

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