Thursday, September 13, 2018


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Psalm 55:22 (KJV)
Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee: he shall never suffer the righteous to be moved.

It would be quite an unusual sight to see a little girl walking hand in hand with her father but carrying his traveling or gym bag. It'll be more unusual if he asks her to give the bag to him and she refuses. At this point, though she still has her hand in her father's, she is making their walk become very slow.

Similarly, many believers today are moving laboriously, having become so overwhelmed by life's worries. They forget that God Himself said "I will never leave you nor forsake you" or His word surmising that nothing can separate us from His love in Christ Jesus (Heb 13:5, Rom 8:35-39).

In view of those words, it means that for you to be moved [while your heart is stayed on God], that situation must possess the power to move God or separate you from Him, which as seen from God's word, isn't the case. Your moving should be upwards, motivated by love and not downwards due to worry or from sin's guilt.

No matter the situation, by resiliently holding on to God, you cannot fail. One reason it may feel as though you're failing is lack of trust that God is by your side and that He cares enough for you to let go of your burdens (Read Ps 27, Ps 118, Ps 124, 1Pet 5:7).

Go into today, confident and without fear that God is able to bear your burdens daily. As you continue to trust Him and His Word, your walk will become lighter till you begin to soar in victory (Ps 68:19, Matt 11:28-30).
—Chibo E.C.

Bible in 1 Year: Proverbs 22 (in today's audio)
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