I am writing this to myself, but if it helps others then I do not mind sharing. I am sitting here asking myself, self how did you get in this place.
I am at the age that life should be simple for me not complicated. I really imagined my life to be full, peaceful, and in a financial state that there would be no major issues (so I thought). I have asked God to reveal to me how I got to this place. This place is not comfortable. It contains too many issues: money, family, friends, health and other issues of life.
I know that there are consequences for the sins in our life. The Bible clearly states, “You will reap what you sow.” Just like David whose decisions brought conflict to his family, God still forgave him and promised him that someone from his family would always be on the throne. However, he had to live through the consequences of his actions and decisions, such as, the loss of a son because of his affair with Bathsheba, the killing of her husband, and undisciplined children. Nevertheless, remember David was a man after God’s own heart!
Ok, I am saying all this because I know what the word says: we reap what we sow. God has forgiven me of my sins, but the consequences, I still have to go through. But how long does the sowing continue? I am ready to reap the bountiful life that Jesus has promise me.
I know that I am not the only one that is going through but I just needed to let go. I do not know where I am but most importantly God does!
I will say what God says about me, is that I know the thoughts that I think toward you said the Lord thoughts of peace and not of evil to give me an expected end; Jesus came that I would have life and have more abundantly. They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength they should mount up with wings as eagles run and not get weary, walk and not faint. No good thing will the Lord keep from me and that He shall supply all my needs according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.
Ok I am frustrated and you are too, it will only last but for a moment. Ok, the moment has past, God will keep his promise! You have to wait and so do I.
Have a bless day!