Regardless of your current experience, if you are in Christ, know, that you know, that you know, that you are blessed and highly favoured. Therefore, take sides with God. Find out what He says about you and believe it and act on it and it shall be in the fullness of time, because God is not a man that He should lie. If you face an unusual kind of barrenness, then you are even a candidate for a great breakthrough, like Sarah and Abraham, Isaac and Rebekah, Jacob and Rachel, Zacharias and Elizabeth, Seek the face of the Lord and He will show you the key to unlock your doors of opportunities and creativity that will set you apart for your breakthrough. Yes, you may have suffered losses, setbacks and even retrogression but you too can pursue , overtake and recover all in the name of Jesus, like David of old.
Sing, O barren One. More will be the children of the desolate than the married woman. Enlarge the place of your dwelling, Stretch out, spare not. Lengthen your cords and strengthen your stakes, regardless of what you see, you are blessed with every spiritual blessing in heavenly places, called to be the head and not the tail. You may be barren on the outward appearance but I call you Abraham- Father of many nations. I call those things which be not as though they are and they eventually become, because my word will not return to Me empty but accomplish that which I please.
However dark things might appear to me now, I will remember that this too shall pass. Day will come and the sun will shine again. Whatever the thing is that scare me, it will fade with the new dawn. So I will persist, for things will get better.
Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep – Mary Elizabeth Frye (music by Katherine Jenkins)
This poem is like a voice from beyond the grave telling us not to mourn the dead. Our spirit are eternal so don’t mourn me just because you can’t see me. Death might seem like an end to you, but it is only now that I am free. Do not cry and weep for I am still around. I am not in the grave, I’ve become like a butterfly.