by Susan Nikitenko
One of the great truths of God's Word that always gives me hope is that God's Word will not return to Him void. Even if every attempt to share God's Word were to be intercepted by some unknown source, He promises our efforts will not be in vein. Though it seems our efforts of love and faithfulness seem to fall to the ground. We know that God will never lie and cannot lie.
If an enemy were to twist our motives and make our attempts to serve God to appear as something evil. God knows the heart and has power over life and death. He holds the very heart of our enemy in His hand. Our hope is in Jesus, this life is temporal. Let us look forward loving Jesus all the way.
Though this life has many tears and disappointments, many failures and discouragements. Our future is sure. His promises stand and our HOPE is alive. God is most certainly able. Just as He was able to deliver The three Hebrew children from the fiery furnace, just as He was able to deliver Daniel from the hungry lions jaws, just as God is able to make all grace abound toward us , just as He is able to save to the uttermost those that come to Him. He is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us.
Continue in His hope. Continue with joy. Continue with faith, Continue with love, Continue with courage, Continue with strength, Continue with confidence. Continue in His peace. Because God never throws His babies away and His Word never returns to Him void.
How wonderful it is to be a child of God.
Susan Y Nikitenko
June 29th, 2012
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