Summary: If there is confusion, chaos and disharmony, understand God is not in that because His works are perfect.

God’s work is perfect:

Deuteronomy 32:4 "The Rock! His work is perfect, For all His ways are just; A God of faithfulness and without injustice, Righteous and upright is He.

As I was reading my Bible in a disciplined manner, I came to the above scripture where Moses said ‘The Rock, His work is perfect!” I halted here and now all that Moses went through came as a flashback to my mind: Moses was 120 years old when he said the above statement (Deuteronomy 32:1,2) Despite not being able to go over Jordan, Moses said that ‘His work is perfect!’ (Deut 31:2) Wow! Moses struggled, wrestled, wandered in the wilderness with the Israelites and now when they were about to go into the land of Canaan, he was stopped from entering the promised land; but still Moses said the work of God is perfect. This is called being FAITHFUL TO GOD even when you are heavily disappointed. This is was no small frustration but quiet big; he lost his brother Aaron, sister Miriam and his two nephews Nadab and Abihu(Exodus 4:24) but still he said,” His work is perfect, God is faithful without injustice. Awesome! Can we all learn to speak and glorify God like Moses despite loss, pain and failure in our life?

The Bible says that God was about to kill Moses, read :Exodus 4:24-26, but the Lord did not do so, for, through his wife Zipporah’s intervention (25-26), “God let him go” (26) but still Moses said ‘the work of God is perfect!’ Amen and Amen.

If there is confusion, chaos and disharmony, understand God is not in that because His works are perfect. 1 Corinthians 14:33 For God is not a God of disorder but of peace, as in all the meetings of God’s holy people.'

James 3:16 For where envy and strife are, there is confusion and every evil work.

Whatever decisions that we take in our life, should be based on our knowledge of our God, Moses seems to have a very clear picture of the Lord he served unto the last day of his life. Amen.

As we meditate this scripture, I must share an incident in our ministry, it was not small but huge. We were having some ‘hindrances’ in acquiring certain approvals ( cannot elaborate because I am on public platform)we were running from pillar to post to do things the right way, at this point, one particular auditor very confidently said, ‘close your present ministry trust deed and open a new one’, I said what?? The boss of our ministry is God and He never makes mistakes and His work is always perfect! Clap hands for God! I preached this message in an evening serving and shared this testimony, the very next day, we met the RIGHT people and God cleared the knots. If your ways please God then He would step in to solve issues, nothing is too tough and hard for Him. God bless you!

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