It’s easier to overlook spiritual miracles and rush towards doubting/questioning/becoming overly concerned with miracles that I can see with the eye.
Don’t wait until tomorrow. let go of it today. You never know how the deliverance you seek today sows into the freedom your children will reap tomorrow.
Now that I’ve been in the “Christian” circle for a couple of years, there’s something that the Lord is now teaching me to be very wary of. It’s subtle. It’s sneaky. And it can come upon anyone without advanced warning.
Often, my husband and I spend/waste an hour or two just trying to decide what to watch. And to be honest, we often end up, more than once, finding what we thought was a “good” film, only to turn it off minutes later because our selection was either too low-budget, too spiritually dark, or too graphic.
The implications of understanding are highly underestimated. Jesus understands why you’re not trusting Him right now..why you just shutdown after hearing that comment…what led you to that particular inner struggle in your life. His understanding doesn’t excuse nor justify your sin. But He understands…and He forgives.
By fighting difficult seasons, I've come to resent difficulties. Through resentment, I can become bitter. And in bitterness, I consciously or unconsciously turn and blame God when I’ve had enough.