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Life's Difficulties Turn into Opportunities
by Fenny West
2/07/2009 / Christian Living
Life's difficulties Turn into Opportunities
When we turn our lives into His Almighty Hands.
Though the disciples despaired at Calvary,
At Easter they entered an overjoyed Land.
Despondency disappeared, so was timidity
Once again, they were on course for the Promised Land.
So, today, what is your personal tragedy?
Be wise, dare to place it in His powerful Hands.
With Him-the Most High-ALL things are possible.
Yes, the empty tomb rekindles HOPE in our struggles.
He rose! And with Him hope arose, and life and light.
Men said, "Not Christ, but Death, died yesternight."
And joy and truth and all things virtuous rose when He rose- Anon
You, being dead in your trespass,...He has made alive together with Him. (Col.2:13)
Father, in the name of Jesus, I pray that whoever will read this will not see it as just another exercise in academia but a Word of Life from the Throne of Grace, to rekindle their Hopes and aspirations. May they meditate on it until it resurrects hope in them and propels them into their Promised Land. O that they will use their difficulties as stepping stones to higher grounds.
Holy Spirit, breathe on this poem and the reader and take them to a higher plane, higher heights and deeper depths in You.
Give them a new revelation knowledge of the finished work on Calvary's cross- the reality of "It is Finished!" In Jesus' Name.
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