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Heavenly reservoir
devotion by Sis. Bala Samson
Monday, Nov 05, 2018

Heavenly reservoir

Zechariah 10:12”And I will strengthen them in the LORD, And in His name they will walk," declares the LORD.”

I am telling you today, scores of people are going to be blessed! With tears brimming my eyes, my lips humming ‘Jesus, Jesus..’, I write this piece….the anointing is too heavy on me.  I could feel Him very close to me….you too enjoy the anointing as it permeates to you!

If you feel ‘enough is enough’, then this comes prophetically to you, because the Lord says, “I will strengthen them!” Ah!  What more does one need, I sit here content with hearing God tell  me, “since now you have exhausted all your energy and vigor, now let me supply from the heavenly reservoir”.  Glory to Jesus!  Friend, when things nose-dive in our life, we got to cling to God and His strength, we got to pray more, fast more, read His word and gain confidence, so that our colleagues and neighbors will know who we are and what we believe and why we’d like them to be a part of it.  Is anybody listening to me?

“My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness." (2 Corinthians 12:9) What captivated my attention were the words, ‘My strength is made perfect in weakness!’ It’s God who enables us to bear our trials. He wants us to trust Him, not our gifts, not our abilities, not our experiences or our spiritual reserves. Anybody listening? When you and I die to self, then God’s resurrection power can go to work. Dying to self does not mean doing nothing and expecting God to do everything; it means getting to know God in a richer relationship and trusting him to complete the work. The God who raises the dead is sufficient for any difficulty of life. He is able but we must be available!

My dear friends, if today you feel physically, mentally and emotionally weak, surrender yourself into His Arms and draw strength from Him. The Lord knew the avalanche of attacks that would come on His disciples and that is why He pleaded them to pray, not for five minutes, but for an hour!  Friend, note this, the more you pray, the more strong you would get!

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