Resilience

Minister Joseph Shepherd

Holy Spirit continues to remind me that we are to remain grounded in the Lord. Remember that we should remain in his presence regardless of what we are hit with. The word “resilience” came to mind whenever I thought about what has been going on in my life, as well as those around me. Although there are times where it may seem like we are at a low, there have been many around me that have shown what it means to stand! I can’t thank those people enough! It has helped me to be a priest within my own household while relying on the Father solely for what is to come. Through hardships, hills, and valleys it is important that we are to remain faithful without hindering the Father’s Grace!

“Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.

Isaiah 41:10

The very things I was able to pray for have been transpiring right before my eyes, and I don’t have words to express the joy. I thank the Father for being there, not only for me but for all of those who truly seek him. There were times where I drifted between questioning and doubting that the Father would provide. Thank the Holy Spirit for reminding me of the goodness of the Father, and that brings me peace in the midst of the things that were troubling me. Those faith-building situations are always something that we arent fond of but they enhance us spiritually. The only way I can describe the revelation that comes from those situations is simply beautiful! Thank you, Father!! I’m not sure who this is directed to but it is right there! Don’t quit now or begin to think about solving it yourself! Continue to pursue!

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