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Breakdown before the Breakthrough

“That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I am weak, then I am strong.” 2 Corinthians 12:10 (NIV)

Recently I found myself in the midst of a sudden, severe and difficult storm. I had been persecuted, falsely accused and even ridiculed. I wrestled with feelings of resentment, anger and betrayal. With my eyes swelled up with tears and a heavy heart I whispered, “I trust you Lord!”

The storm did not end when I prayed that simple prayer. In fact, I still find myself within the storm, but I remain confident in knowing that my steps are ordained by the Lord—For there is almost always a “Breakdown before a Breakthrough!”

I trust you LORD and I stand believing that everything that you have promised me is already mine–and I will hold onto the hem of your garment during these trying times. Thank you for the victory!

In Jesus’ mighty name I pray. 🎉 🎊🎉

2 thoughts on “Breakdown before the Breakthrough”

  1. Amen.. omg this is what I’m going through..and I pray I always get this msg, that he is holding my hand and haven’t abandon me”Jesus”. Then I feel peace and faith..but then I’m Back on a roller coaster fighting mean people. Sent from my iPhone

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  2. Well it’s no surprise to me that is the very reason the Lord placed you on my heart. Call me we can pray together! God is faithful

    Keep doing things that honor and glorify him he will be with you on your journey. He never said it would be easy, he only said he would be with us. amen.

    Xo

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