Summary: We will experience adversity but our success is predicated upon how well we handle our trials.

Purpose won’t Kill Me

Though He Slay Me Yet Will I Trust Him, but I will maintain mine own ways before him. Job 13:15

Everyone that knows the story of Job would assert that Job is the master of suffering, having to endure adversity that is unknown to any ordinary man that you or I know. Job sits and observes his life being altered he’s looking at almost everything he valued disappear and goes from riches to rags back to

I have found out in this life, that life it is much like a ferrous wheel you’ll be up for a while then you come down, for some of us we have probably never known life to resemble anything of that nature. Job on the other hand has experience in this area, he sees his life turned upside down, but through it all he never gave up but rather kept the faith.

We could learn a great deal from old man Job, He lost almost everything but he held on to one common Christian principle “TRUST IN GOD”, God may put you in the fire for many different reasons. He may have needed to humble you, may have needed to purify you or just to get you to be holy but for whatever cause there is one thing for certain purpose is attached to it.

Many of us reading today have been tried and now triumphant, now we can utter the words of Martin Luther King Jr., “Free at last Free at last, Thank God Almighty We are Free at last”. Because we went through the fire and we said not a word. Bible tells us weeping may endureth for a night but joy cometh in the morning. Psalm 126:5 says: Those who sow in tears shall reap in joy.

No matter what we experience in life if we submit ourselves to God he will be with us even when we think he’s turned his back on us, bible tells us he will be with us always.

Remember though you’re tried today be patient your victory is just one praise away.

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