Be Still and Know that I am God
The ministry that the Father gave me is not always a bed of roses. In my spiritual walk with the Father, I’ve had many spiritual battles, trials and tribulations. This is how the ministry was built – in sweat, blood, and tears- spearheaded by me, and the members. During those tumultuous times when the oppression of the enemy came so very strong, the Father gave comfort.
One morning, while I was in the meditation in prayer, the Father told me, “Be still, and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10) That’s powerful. The meaning of that is powerful.
Sometimes in times of trouble, we get very anxious, anticipating those problems that are besetting us. When the apostles were trying to cross the Sea of Galilee, Jesus Christ was asleep at the bow of the boat. A storm came and buffeted the boat, they were in panic, and they woke Him up. But He said, “Oh ye of little faith,” (Matthew 8:26). He stood up and calmed the storm. “Be still,” He said (Mark 4:39). And the storm just calmed down; the waves just stopped.
The same thing happened to me. The Almighty Father told me that morning, “Be still, and know that I am God.” The meaning of that is “Don’t be anxious. Don’t be overburdened. Don’t overthink. I am God, I can do anything. I can turn water into wine. I made an apostle out of one persecutor who killed my followers. I can do anything. I am God.”
That thought alone should give us the best comfort in life.
That the Father knows everything that’s happening in our life – now, tomorrow, the next day, next week, next month, next year, He already knows what will happen.
So be still, and know that He is God.
If you have a problem right now, or something is oppressing you or there is a situation you cannot seem to overcome, this is the message for you, “Be still, and know that He is God.”
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