Drop them at My Feet!

Do you find yourself surrounded with needs, and nearly overwhelmed with difficulties, trials, and emergencies? Friends each of these are vessels God wants to fill. A wise man once said, when God wants to promote a man he sends him a storm. If you correctly understand their meaning, you will see them as opportunities for receiving new blessings and deliverance you can receive in no other way. The Lord is saying to you, “Drop them at my feet.” Firmly hold the vessels before Him, in faith and in prayer. Remain still before Him, and stop your own restless working until He begins to work. Do nothing that He Himself has not commanded you to do. Allow God time to work and He surely will. Then the very trials that threatened to overcome you with discouragement and disaster will become God’s opportunity to reveal His grace and glory in your life, in ways you have never known before.

St. Paul said, “My God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus.” Can you imagine that? We have an unending supply, “the glorious riches in Christ Jesus” It is your heavenly privilege to trust “all your needs” to “his glorious riches,” and to forget “your needs” in his presence. Folks God has open the doors to His exhaustive treasury for us. His treasury has more resources than the The Federal Reserve of the United States, EU Central bank, The World bank and all other treasuries combined. All you need is your faith and your vessel with which to draw!

2 thoughts on “Drop them at My Feet!”

  1. Isaiah 49:15 NKJV
    [15] “Can a woman forget her nursing child, And not have compassion on the son of her womb? Surely they may forget, Yet I will not forget you.

    Thanks for the encouraging words

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  2. “Stop your own restless working until he begins to work.” Yes! So often, our restlessness is due to doubt or fear, anyway. Both of these keep us from experiencing God’s power at work. Thanks for the reminder.

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