Daily Devotional – 10/17/13 “After the pain”

After you’ve gone through the pain and been delivered your living is different. Yea, after you’ve been through the pain you realize that God is a man of His word and now you start to actually walk in your destiny. (Now, this is only to those who truly believe in the power of God.) See, after you’ve come through the pain you finally see things and people for what and who they really are and you stop falling for anything. After the pain, you realize that this life may just be worth living and so you do. After the pain, you find out who your true friends are. After the pain, you find out who can be trusted enough to pray for you. Yea, after the pain a lot of things change. So, you see pain isn’t punishment yet its preparation. Pain isn’t permanent yet it’s provisional (that’s temporary). Pain isn’t your persecution yet it’s your purpose. Pain isn’t for pity but it’s for your promotion. Simply summing it up; God has a purpose for your pain. Oh, I know that you’re the one dealing with it, you’re the one going through it and I’m just somebody on the outside looking in but if my prayers could heal you, you’d be restored by now. If my arms could take away the pain, I’d let you have them. If I could share it with you, I would however, God is using your pain for a purpose and I can guarantee that He hasn’t forgotten you for His word says in Deuteronomy 20:4, “For the LORD your God is going with you! He will fight for you against your enemies, and he will give you victory!” God is only allowing you to struggle to be strengthened, endure pain to proclaim your praise and go through to get to your testimony.

So, go on through this storm but don’t let it shake your spirit. Go on and finish this fight but don’t let it forfeit your faith. Yea, this round is almost over so just hold on a little while longer because you have a shield of protection and it’ll never allow you to fall although you may stumble. God has a purpose for your pain but you’ve got to believe it. Your purpose is bigger than your problem, so believe in yourself to come through it. I’ll share this again, “Although your problems come with pain, the pain is proving that you’re not perfect but yet a person who God has picked to be placed at this point and through prayer you’ll be prescribed a promise of praise that allows you to be purified and through this purification process you’ll prosper and through your prosperity you’ll get power and with this power you get God’s protection that allows you to prevail and once you prevail, you’ll have the patience, peace and perseverance to proudly pursue your purpose!” Oh, somebody needed to know today that although that pain makes it seems like your good days are all gone, they aren’t and God is allowing this to happen because soon you’ll be able to say, remember when I used to …. Oh, that’s enough to shout about!


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