Posted by: Pure Glory | 04/08/2015

Problems Come With Promises And Provision

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by Hazel Straub

The bigger the problem and challenge in your life, the bigger the promise and provision for overcoming. Rather than drowning in negativity and self-pity, take another look with God’s vision. What first appears, as a disaster, can propel you into incredible change and promotion.

Joseph’s brothers betrayed him and sold him into slavery. Later falsely accused, given no chance to defend himself,  he remained in prison for years. As a slave and later a prisoner, he ruled over the household and then the prison. He learned the culture of Egypt and of Pharoah’s court, while in prison.  This was intense training for later ruling the nation. Joseph circumstances compelled him to rely on God and his timing. During the long difficult years, Joseph developed patience and forgave his brothers. The adverse circumstances were the catalyst for reconciliation with his brothers and saving of his family and nation. All the trials Joseph endured, prepared him to rule a country and save many from starvation and death due to the promise and provision of God.

Today, rejoice and thank God that he has incredible provision bigger than your current challenges. The difficulties you grow through, have provision that will propel you into your destiny. Lift up your eyes, to the Lord. What others meant for your evil, God turns it into good. Opposition means God’s provision and promotion are yours, if you don’t give up and allow God to have his way in your life.

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  1. Great post! It’s another way to truly understand Romans 8:28. All things! (smile) Blessings.

    • Thank you Lord for giving us your vision to see your provision!


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