WE HAVE A GOODLY HERITAGE

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When you say Lord, and pray for God’s will to be done on earth as it is in heaven, do you do so with knowledge – and honestly?

Be encouraged then.

You have a goodly heritage.

Our God still turns water into wine; the mundane into wonder, and ordinary into extraordinary.

There’s nothing that’s too hard or even impossible with Him – and no situation is hopeless with God.

But we must believe.

It’s true, what we’ve been told:

There’s no other way to be happy in Jesus but to trust and obey.

We would not always see the whole way, but we would see the next place we’re supposed to place our feet.

We would not always understand the vision, but we would know the path we’re supposed to take.

There would be times when that path gets lonely and we might even find ourselves second guessing the truth we already know.

Then there would be those other times when no one else seems to get it, and for all our earnest efforts, there’s not so much as a tiny cloud in the skies.

Keep looking – seven times and more – we know that God is faithful, and we would see those clouds, and the abundant rain they bring.

Keep going – the Lord knows the way, and you are closer to the mark that when you first believed and begun.

There is a lifting.

In spite of every need you’ve had (or still have), you still do have a goodly heritage.

But my God shall supply all your need according to His riches in glory by Christ Jesus – Philippians 4:19.

Lift up your eyes. Fresh courage take again.

Look, the lines are fallen unto you in pleasant places; yea, you have a goodly heritage.

Be encouraged.

Be strong and courageous.

And whatever Jesus tells you to do, do it.

You could never go too wrong – and you would begin to see water become wine; the mundane become wonder and ordinary become extraordinary.

The lines are fallen unto me in pleasant places; yea, I have a goodly heritage – Ps 16:6.

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About the Author

BomaBoma Somiari was born and raised in Port Harcourt, capital city of Rivers State in southern Nigeria. Her writing has appeared in various publications including The Message, a study magazine for women which she now manages as editor. She has been involved in preparing Bible study materials for children, and is currently working on a publication that seeks to encourage daily Bible reading and true devotion to God among youths.Her other interests include music, cooking, and crafts. She blogs at The April Journal.

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