More ways to redeem value from our times of testing:

  • Let no corrupt (useless, dishonest, unrighteous) word proceed from our mouths. Ephesians 4:29
  • Learn when to let go and rest. Mt. 11:28 & Joshua 1:13
  • Cast your cares on the Lord and bring your burdens to Jesus immediately and consistently, because stress often leads to emotional and even physical illnesses. I Peter 5: 7 ; Mt. 11: 28-30
  • Trust God and believe in His goodness all of the time; walk by faith and not by sight (according to our circumstances, other people, or our own reasoning). 2 Corinthians 5:7

More to come…

4 Replies to “HOW TO REDEEM YOUR TRIAL- #2”

  1. Stirring teaching, Mary Ann: Stirs us to TRUST God’s goodness. When I meditated on your writing, I thought of Ep 5:9 “For the fruit of the Spirit is in all goodness and righteousness and truth” T.W. Hunt’s “Mind of Christ” talks of goodness this way….
    “Goodness: uprightness of heart and life, wholesome, productive, in good working order.
    Opposite of Goodness: unwholesome, corruption, immorality, nonproductive (e.g. “let no corrupt communication….”)
    Perversions of Goodness: self-righteous, finicky
    Lord help us to rest in YOUR goodness, not ours. For ALL the time YOU ARE GOOD OH LORD
    ——James 1:3-4. “The trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing”.
    THANKFUL FOR God in YOU, MaryAnn, and for the blessing of your friendship in Christ

  2. How true these scriptures are. To let go and let God do the leading is hard, but what a blessing in the end. We’ve all been there at one time of our lives.

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