I woke up this morning thinking “My God will supply all my needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus (Philippians 4:19). The next thought that came to mind was John 8:36, “So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.” I thought wow, I am free, and I have been set free.

Often we look at the people around us and see how willing they are to reach out to help others. They are usually smiling and when asked to lend a hand they never say no. Behind the smile no one knows the personal “hell” the person is going through or has been through. That’s goes back to saying you can’t judge a book by its cover.

When we ask God to use us, His intent was not for us to be used. We have to be aware of false prophets (Matthew 7:15 Beware of false prophets who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly they are ravening wolves). Silently in the night I was attacked by one of those wolves. During this attack I almost lost everything. During this attack I wanted to just give up and give in. I felt defeated and breathless but God often reminded me everyday that I was not defeated but it was the devil that was defeated. And there is nothing to hard for God.

A good friend made a statement that I could be the “daughter of Job.” No matter what the devil threw my way, my faith was bigger and more powerful. I was reminded that I am always praying others through their storm and now it was time to trust God and let God deal with the enemy at hand. After two years of picking up the pieces I can say that I am still standing and we serve an awesome God. With that being said if you see me crying, on my knees praising or even running, do not assume I am going through, because I am now free and basting in His Glory.

Sometimes we have to let someone else’s praise and testimony set use free.


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