True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA
WHEN Jehovah God wants to protect your business, relationship or personal life from wrong connections, He separates you from such people.
No matter how beautiful or appealing these people might look, as long as Jehovah God is not happy with their impact on your life, business or relationship, He takes them out of your life.
When such things ever happen, don’t run after such people again. Jehovah God has a purpose in cutting relations between you and them. Otherwise, pursuing them is inviting trouble to your life.
They might come back with harmful and toxic thinking that might make Jehovah God silent in your life.
When you keep chasing after such people after The Almighty has removed them from your life, usually, God reacts by blocking His blessings to teach you a lesson.
Let such people completely go out of your life! Don’t follow them again. It is Jehovah God’s plan to bless you without such ‘wrong connections’.
God sees what we don’t see. He knows the deep secrets of people’s hearts, minds and soul. He even knows the number of hairs on our heads.
Matthew 10:30 says: “….And even the very hairs of your head are all numbered.”
The New Living Translation reads: “And the very hairs on your head are all numbered,” while the English Standard Version states: “But even the hairs of your head are all numbered.”
Even in a relationship, we know breakups are extremely difficult and no matter what the circumstances that caused the split making it difficult to move forward. Move on. By chasing the estranged partner, you might be working against God, who may have had a hand in pulling apart.
Sometimes, the people we are holding on to are not of God. Thus, we are hindering our blessings by clinging to unhealthy relationships we should let go.
Jehovah God usually does these things in order to protect the ones He loves from such unscrupulous people.
The Almighty is against crooked individuals. He removes them from your life without you knowing.
However, when you not blessed with the eyes that see, sometimes you cry foul that a person dumped you. Do not cry over the seeming loss. You might be weeping over the loss of a person God did not want in your life. By wishing them back in your life, you are rather blocking God’s blessings from coming your way.
It now requires people with spiritual eyes to see that there are some people in your business, life or relationship that Jehovah God does not like or be involved with you.
According to Genesis 28:10-22, when God wanted to bless Jacob, he separated him from Laban. Prior to the removal of Laban in Jacob’s life, he suffered for fourteen years of hard labour without realising any fruitful results until such a time Laban was taken out of Jacob’s life.
Similarly, when Jehovah God wanted to raise Joseph as a great leader, he separated him from his brothers in a painful way.
God has designed change to be a process, not an event. Getting to the next level does not always happen as quickly as we like. That transition in your business, personal life or relationship takes time.
Certainly Jehovah God is interested in the end result of the changes He orchestrates in our lives. The growth and maturity that accompany transition are also very important to Him. For this reason, He typically works diligently, deliberately and slower than we might want.
Nevertheless, His timing is always perfect for our lives, let alone success. Always remember Jehovah God’s entire transition process is part of a grand plan for your life, business or relationship. Eventually, that plan will bring you great joy and fulfillment.
So, patiently cooperate while Jehovah God initiates His plan.
According to Deuteronomy 7:22 it reads: “The Lord your God will drive out those nations before you, little by little. You will not be allowed to eliminate them all at once, or the wild animals will multiply around you.”
I love this God I’m preaching in this platform! He is indeed a wonderful God. He protects our interests, lives, business, relationships, finances, health and the ones we love from the ‘wrong connections’.
Most importantly, he says when we face trouble, we must call upon Him. He shall surely rescue us.
According to Psalm 50:15, : “and call on me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you will honour me.”
The same verse in the New Living Translation states: “Then call on me when you are in trouble, and I will rescue you, and you will give me glory.”
The same verse in the English Standard Version reads, “And call upon me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you shall glorify me.”
This is the God who is not scared of any problem you could think of. He loves all sorts of problems to remove them from your life.
Those who believe in this true gospel say Amen!
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