As Christians, we might be facing one challenge or another, whether in marriage, finances, a delayed marriage, health, and so on. Life is divided into phases, and the phase we are not in will undoubtedly pass us by in terms of time.
Always keep the following points in mind to help you cope with life’s injuries.
1) The presence of God in the life of a Christian: The proof of God is that there will be no challenges. But in the midst of it, you shall have peace. Mark 4:39
2) Understand the distinction between the cross of righteousness and the yoke of iniquities: While the yoke of righteousness will be lifted in due time, the yoke of iniquity will condemn you forever. There is a difference between process and punishment.
The peace of God is the remedy for the believer. Psalm 30:4. Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.
You must begin to look beyond the condemnation of men.
3) Embrace the mercy of God. Romans 9:16: The mercy of God is the remedy that heals the injury of life. Believers fall into sin, not because they strive for perfection. Proverbs 24:16. And that’s where the mercy of God comes in. The righteous are not perfect but have chosen to live right. The righteous sin is noticeable because he has left the congregation of sinners and has decided to live right. The mercy of God is what raises you when you fall. Embrace Mercy
4) Be thankful: If you know how faithful God has been, you will roll on the floor in gratitude to God. No matter how bad the situation is, there is always a reason to be thankful. Thanksgiving is the rent we owe God for his presence in our lives. Your love for God is a force that compels God to perfect your desires. Your injuries can be healed by Thanksgiving.
Wait for God; wait on his timing. God has a plan for you.
Ignore the condemnation of men. Romans 8:1, “There is no condemnation to them who are in Christ Jesus.” It is only God who knows and can judge you. The only one who marks the report card is God. Never take the verdict seriously. Don’t let men judge you by your challenges. God has been faithful; it’s you that have unnecessary expectations.
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