DON’T JUDGE THE JUDGE

He, as well as you, knows you did not rape that young lady, but since you are standing trial in that court with not much substantial evidence, you are waiting for the judgement to be pronounced against you to curse God and find some suicide to prepare your lifeless body for cremation. Let me tell you quickly that at that time when you were alone in the room with that young lady, he was watching. He was in the mind of that person who concocted that lie against you and He permitted it. He was there when the case was filed against you and He spoke not a word. Take it as God is putting you in the testing furnace of faith, because that is truly what is happening.

God took Jonah into the belly of the whale, all to give glory unto Himself and to tell someone of His greatness. Have you forgotten Jesus? And what about that messenger of the Lord who was in prison and the Angel of the Lord went to set him free? For God to allow those things come your way means that He has seen the traits of Jesus, Job, Paul, Peter, etc., in you.

Let your prayer for the week be, “I love you Lord. I want to wait on you, but is my humble prayer that as I wait on you patiently may You grant me the strength to not waver.” My brothers and sisters in the Lord, let Psalms 90:15-17 be your meditation this week.

15 Give us gladness in proportion to our former misery! Replace the evil years with good. 16 Let us, your servants, see you work again; let our children see your glory. 17 And may the Lord our God show us his approval and make our efforts successful. Yes, make our efforts successful!

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