Sometimes I struggle with feelings of inadequacy. Feeling like I'm falling SO SHORT of the Glory of God, that the Lord MUST not want to hear from me. That THIS time I've messed up too bad, and am an utter failure. A disappointment to my Father in Heaven.
I've been working in Freedom Ministry for many years but had never thought of DELIVERANCE from FOOD ADDICTION until I met Doug Cromer. If you have ever struggled with your weight, or felt the Holy Spirit moving in your heart about fasting and prayer to overcome food addiction, THIS is your confirmation!
"This verse presents an area called the transition zone.
Think about the scene: Behind you is a door which the Lord has closed. You know you cannot go back. There is nothing to go back to. In front of you stands a door to new opportunities, new challenges, new ministry, new spheres of influence, a whole new future. In this transition zone in which you find yourself, the door to the past is sealed shut, but the door to the future has not yet opened. You know it is time to progress. There are all kinds of indications that the new door WILL OPEN, but so far you are at a stand still.
How freeing it is to truly CAST ALL YOUR CARE onto the LORD.
To be in that place of complete and total TRUST that whatever the obstacle stands before us, God has it already handled and we need only BE AT PEACE.
This is easier said than done though, isn't it?
Today's devotional reminds me of the Psalms and all the times David was up against insurmountable odds. In the natural it looked hopeless time and time again.
However what I've learned from reading about David, and all the giants that I myself have been up against is this: GOD ALWAYS CAME THROUGH.
He is faithful, and we can rest in the knowledge that although we may not be able to understand what's happening in the midst of the storm...He is still on the THRONE.
Reading this I'm time warped back 20 years, to hitting rock bottom, and accepting that there was a lot about me that needed correction. Unable to stand my own reflection, I submitted to the Lord, asking Him to be merciful and change everything about me.
excerpt from "The Spirit Filled Believer's" Daily Devotional ~Isaiah 43:18-19 "Remember ye not the former things, neither consider the things of old. Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert." Former things... Continue Reading →