January 15, 2023
Bishop, W. F. Houston, Jr.
Job 19:25 (AMP)
“For I know that my Redeemer and Vindicator lives, And at the last He will take His stand upon the earth.
Job's test of faith was quite severe. His children, his business, and his health vanished quickly, even though he hadn't done anything wrong. At first, he felt down and started to get angry, but Job changed. When it looked like he had no hope left, he looked up toward Heaven and said, “For I know that my Redeemer and Vindicator lives.” He was essentially stating, "I am confident God is still in control and will vindicate me." Job took the choice to adopt a more positive outlook on life, and as a result, he was ultimately successful in the test and emerged with twice as much as he had previously.
Beloved, it's easy to turn sour when life gets rough. You have to decide: "I will not let past hurts and disappointments poison me with a negative attitude and prevent me from becoming who I was designed to be." You can't keep holding onto it. It is finished; A done deal! Proceed forward. By doing this, it unlocks the favor of God that will enable you to become a better person.
Good Morning our Beloved Transcendent Father.
We thank You for being both our Redeemer and our vindicator, regardless of what we go through in life. we give thanks that You can get us out of difficult situations and into a better position than we were in before they appeared. Help us to declare that You live and are on the throne in the tough times.
With all sincerity, we pray, in Jesus' Name, Amen and Amen.