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Sunday, June 27, 2010


"When, God, When?"

Second Peter 3:8 reminds us that God has His own sense of timing. God does not move in our timing. He is never late, but He is usually not early either. He is often the God of the midnight hour. He sometimes waits until the last second before He gives us what we need.

We must learn to trust God's timing. But before we can do that, we must come to the place where we are broken before Him. What I mean is that our self-will and our spirit of independence must be broken before God is free to work His will in our lives and circumstances. Before He intervenes on our behalf, He has to be sure that we are not going to take matters into our own hands and do something out of His perfect timing.

Galatians 6:9 says, "And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap,if we faint not" (King James Version). The interesting thing about this scripture is that it always seems to encourage people. Yet really, in this verse, God does not tell us when something is going to happen because "due season" is not specific. If we start checking references that have to do with timing in the Bible, we will find descriptions like: "at the appointed season, in due time, in due season."

Many times when I am waiting on God in a situation and I get discouraged about the time it is taking for Him to answer, someone gives me one of those kinds of scriptures and it encourages me. I still do not know any details because "due time" is really just the time that God knows is right, but the scripture does remind me to trust God.

David wrote a power passage in Psalm 31:14, 15: "But I trusted in, relied on, and was confident in You, O Lord; I said, You are my God. My times are in Your hands; deliver me from the hands of my foes and those who pursue me and persecute me." Like David, we must learn to put our confidence in the Lord, trusting Him to deliver us out of our circumstances-and into the next right thing-in His perfect timing.

The Everyday Life
The Power of God's Word for Everyday Living
Amplified Version
Featuring Notes and Commentary By
Joyce Meyer

Friday, June 11, 2010

Do Your Part

before we can enjoy any real victory over sin and experience change in our behavior, we must learn that only God can change us (see Galatians 3:2-5. We cannot perfect ourselves and when we try to do so, we only become very frustrated. God has called us to perfection and has give us perfect hearts., but the truth, admit our faults, and place our faith in God to change us we will see results, but we must trust His timing. Things do not always happen when we think they should.

We are partners with God and we do have a part to play. Our part is to believe and obey any specific instruction God might give us; His part is to work the good thing He has placed inside of us to the outside of us where it can be seen and enjoyed by others and ourselves. When we get int "works of the flesh" (our energy trying to do God's job) we get frustrated, God Himself frustrates, opposes, and defeats us until we humble ourselves and lean entirely on Him (see 1 Peter 5:5). It took a long time, but I finally learned that every time I felt frustrated I had stopped trusting God and started trusting myself to accomplish whatever needed to be done at the time.

We received Christ totally by faith and that is the same way we must live our lives. We realize that we need to change and frequently become very disappointed with ourselves-even fell condemned-when we do not. We are much better off to pull all the energy we use trying to change ourselves into prayer and trust God to do what needs to be done.

By faith God is working in you and you will see wonderful changes, but you must turn the project of your perfection over to Him entirely. Let God be God in your life! Instead of saying. "I'll never change," say, "God is working in me as I trust Him, and I believe I am getting better and better every day. God is strengthening me in my weaknesses and helping me overcome bad habits.

This is from page 1915 in (The Everyday Life Bible)
(The Power of God's Word for Everyday Living)
(Amplified Version)
(Featuring Notes and Commentary By)
(Joyce Meyer)

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