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Friday, October 21, 2011

Hang Tight

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. (Psalm 46:1 KJV)

Hold On!

The story is told of a construction worker who slipped from a scaffold while doing his daily duties onsite a very tall building being erected. As he was falling, he was able to grasp a thick rope that was securely fastened to the building.

The frightening experience quickly drew much attention from his co-workers and onlookers. I could only imagine how scared the worker in crisis felt. He then heard the words of the site supervisor - HOLD ON - HANG  TIGHT - WE  ARE  GOING  TO  SAVE  YOU!

I believe those words brought a sense of reassurance and hope to the gentleman that everything would be alright once he HELD ON.

You may not be falling from a building right now, but when you examine your life - you are in a crisis and you feel that no one else but God can help. Well. . . HE  WILL  HELP once you ask.

Don't give up! Don't lose hope! Don't let go! The Psalmist David reminds us, God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. (Psalm 46:1 KJV)

God has heard your prayer. He knows your trouble. He is in the process of working it out. HANG  TIGHT!

You may be asking right now, "Why is God taking so long?" "Why doesn't he just make things normal again?" "I am tired of hearing he's working it out."

Friend - Don't get frustrated! God sometimes allows us to go right down to our LOWEST, like Job, like Daniel, like the three Hebrew Boys, like Paul and Silas, so that when he shows up and delivers, we would have NO  DOUBT  in our mind that it was him - IT  WAS  GOD!

God is going to show up in a BIG - BIG - BIG  way for you - with a SUPERNATURAL  DELIVERANCE  and  BREAKTHROUGH.


Brother Khrystus V. K. Wallace
Dare 2 Be Different International - 
President & Founder - Since June 2008 

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