Glorious God, Beautiful King, Excellent God we bow before Thy Throne… we bow before Thy Throne, We worship at Your feet… We bow before Thy Throne… You are a Glorious God…// I will call upon the Lord… Who is worthy to be Praise… I will glorify Thy Lord… who is worthy to be Praise… the Lord reigneth, blessed be Thy Lord… honour to the Lord… let the Rock of my salvation be exalted… the Lord reigneth,,, blessed be the Lord… honour the Lord… Let the Rock of my salvation be exalted….
Our Father we worship at Your feet this morning, we bow down in adoration… blessed be Thy Holy Name forever and ever in Jesus Name… Thank You Father for answers to prayers glory be to Your Holy Name… O Lord be Thou exalted forever.
Beloveth… our God answers prayer… though you may not see the answer immediately but don’t give up praying… like the farmers seed… are your prayers… like the water that it receive through the rainfall, dew or sprinkling…. Are your daily prayers to your needs which at a due season will fall down as a heavy rain… and you will receive answers and harvest your miracles in Jesus Name…
Have you ever questioned God in your entire life? Or better still have you ever have cause to question God in your life? We may at one time or the other have question God either over our health, financial capacity, way-ward child or spouse, economic situations and may other… We ask out of anxiety, weariness, over-zealousness, pains, or hurt…even doubt… there are so many reasons why one can engage His Maker in a heart to heart discussion… whatever be it… Is interesting to note that God has an answers to all our questions…. Yes… to all our question…
Job once did and after that encounter he was humbled; with His mouth he declared the Greatness of God… pleaded with God that He speaks no further…. Beloveth…. what are those things in your mind that you are seeking answers to?…. like Job let us lean on the God’s perfect Wisdom… His truth, and His love over us and be still before Him…
Beloveth… our entire wisdom put together is utter foolishness before God… if you are like me, who once want to engage God over an outstanding issue in my life and God send forth His servent and sid wife to pray for me to see His wonders and am still in Awe of Who He is… His awesome power being demonstrated every inch of my life….
The Spirit of God is speaking to someone’s life now… be still and know that am I am God…. God knows the end from the beginning and we wait patiently like Job not grumbling the Lord will show forth for us in Jesus Name….
Come along with us to learn more from Job on how to wait before God….
Then the Lord answered Job from the whirlwind. He said: Who is this who obscures [My] counsel with ignorant words? Get ready to answer Me like a man; when I question you, you will inform Me.—Job 38:1–3
Job was a righteous man who, from a human perspective, did not deserve to suffer. He lived a blameless life and followed God’s laws to the letter. As he was experiencing great tribulation, Job cried out in frustration and questioned why God was allowing him to suffer. God came to Job in the form of a whirlwind with His answer.
As soon as God spoke, Job recognized that he should not have challenged God’s wisdom. God turned to Job and asked him several sobering questions: “Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Where were you when I set the oceans in their place? Where were you when I put the constellations of stars in position?” God’s questions humbled Job and reminded him that his own wisdom did not begin to compare with God’s.
When God finished asking His questions, Job replied, “I have uttered what I did not understand, / Things too wonderful for me, which I did not know” (Job 42:3). In a moment of despair and frustration, Job had challenged God’s wisdom. God had firmly reminded Job that He was still sovereign and that this truth was enough for Job.
Whether Job ever knew that his life had been the focus of a cosmic struggle is unclear. Perhaps Job never realized that his experience brought glory to God in the face of Satan’s challenge (Job 1:8–12). But Job was satisfied to know that God’s wisdom was flawless.
At times you may not understand why a loving Father would allow you to suffer as you are. You may question the wisdom of God’s direction for your life. Learn from Job. Review the awesome power and wisdom of almighty God (Job 38–41). Have confidence that this same God is directing your path.
Yes we may not understand why a good God will allow His dear children to go through pains, or hurt?
Let always remember that God is Sovereign we must always reverence Him, trust in Him and honour Him… we must worship the Most High God both now and forever and ever in Jesus Name….
Keep faith in God… hold on to His Sovereignty and His see the Awesome demonstration of His power in your life, situation and in your midst… Amen!!!
Further Reading Isa 65:17, Job 38-41…
Remain blessed in the Lord.