Sunday, June 26, 2011
Everybody Won't Make It
What about people? Are there people in your life that you need to deal with? I know I have some. As I was thinking about this, one of my favorite Bible stories came to mind: Moses and the children of Israel.
I am reminded that although all of the children left Egypt, not all of them made it into the Promised Land. This concept spoke volumes to me for so many reasons. They all had every opportunity to make it, but because of the choices they made, they did not. Some of them even hindered others from making it in. Are there people in your life that are hindering you? That is influencing you to do things you know that are not right? Even after all of the miracles they had witnessed firsthand, they were still able to be misled. Do you remember what Moses saw when he came down from the mountain? There was total chaos, confusion and mayhem.
Are you having a total chaos moment in your life? Have you taken a look at your surroundings to see if something or someone is in your way?
If we are not careful, we will find ourselves like Moses and the children of Israel. When we are disobedient to the will of God, there are consequences. We will see the promise, but will not be able to receive it. So for those people that wants to walk out of life. Let them walk. For those people that are influencing you in a negative way get rid of them. For those people that don’t understand you, stop explaining yourself to them. They will never understand you. For those people that say they love you and care about you but their actions show you something different, believe what they show you. For those people that promised they would be there for you but when you needed them, you could not find them. Stop looking for them.
Remember, everybody won’t make it!!!!!
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Until next time
Be Blessed, Sisterfriend