A Cure All



~Job 28:28 And unto man he said, Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding.

When the Christian is in the middle of a crisis, as Job was, he must ask himself this question:

Am I where I should be in my walk with God?

There’s no sense asking this question if the believer is living his life in rebellion and does not want to know the answer. The Christian who truly wants to know will seek God’s face and will search His Word to find out the answers. The Lord spoke and said that the fear of God is wisdom and departing from evil is understanding. When a believer rightly fears God – has a moral reverence for God – he will desire the things of God. He will desire to walk more closely with God. This desire also produces the need to be in the Word, studying and learning, and applying it to his spiritual walk. The results produce a Christian who receives understanding from His God.

Are there areas in your life where you do not acknowledge God’s words? Are you in the midst of a trial and it is due to neglecting God’s Word and His instruction? You will not receive wisdom and understanding if you are in direction contradiction to what God is saying. In fact, you are in rebellion to His Word. Instead, repent of this rebellion and fix your eyes on God’s Word. Let His Holy Spirit instruct you in the way you should go. Seeing your God with the reverential awe He deserves will humble you and will open your heart to His instruction. Departing from known sin is a start. You know in your heart when you have sinned – admit that. It is then that you will receive that wisdom and understanding.

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Desire to be a testimony for the Lord Jesus Christ and to lead others to Him!
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