Today I was reading the PR “Rejecting His love again” and It made so much sense to me. There is a lesson in FAL called “They don’t have it” that’s been in my mind this whole week. I know a woman who is Christian and has several problems in her marriage, but she doesn’t want to hear anything about RMI. When I try to share something about it, she changes the topic. One day I told her, do not suffer in your marriage…trust in the Lord. Rejoice in the Lord! Think that no matter how difficult your life may seem today, your HH has a better life for you!! NO matter how difficult our life may seem at the moment, with HIm we have everything. What if…the Lord wants us to live under certain condition forever??? Are we going to be sad, angry or embittered? Rejoice says the WORD in everything.
If we do not rejoice we are rejecting His love as Sara said in her PR. We reject His love and the sacrifice that He did for us. What if we “suffer” on this earth??? We know that we will not suffer forever. During this period we are just being tested. Are we loving Him as He wants us to? Is He first in our hearts?? Our faith is tested. Our hearts are tested. Remember that He has for us an Abundant Life to live, live it now not when we die. This abundant life is with HIm… NO matter the trials we may go through.
Dear brides, do not get discouraged in your trials. It is hard sometimes I know. Sometimes you may feel tired, sometimes you take off your eyes from HIM. But remember that He is always there by your side, whispering how much He loves you. He is our strength. Nothing on this earth really matters. He is in control of everything. Your life, your family, your health, your finances, etc. Everything!!! Just rely on Him.
Let`s rejoice in His arms. We need Him every single second of our lives.
Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!
Philippians 4:4 NIV Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!
Philippians 4:12 NIV I know what it is to be in need, and I know what it is to have plenty. I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want.