The parach was discussed among Praise Peterson, pastor Donota and Pastor Joel Reynolds. The scripture for today is Genesis:28:15. It says”I am with you and will watch over you wherever you go, and I will bring you back to this land. I will not leave you until I have done what I have promised you”. God has always been behind us in each and every walk of our life. He wants us to know that everything and everyone that desert us will never leave us alone in the wilderness.
He is a God of truth, way and life. Whatever he speaks it is done in his name. When he promised that he will never leave us and always stays at our back, it is done and perhaps could be delayed but never denied and deviated. Our God is not the one who lies. He does not deviate words from his mouth to distort the truth.
David in the book of Psalms praises God of being the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. He was God if forefathers. He never lied about the promises he makes for his people. The promises made by God are not like fleeting vapours that are flown by the wind. They are hard as a rock and are rooted in the ground. The promises take time to be seeded, fed, rooted and grown. It takes time for it has to bear fruits. The result is always worth the wait because the God we serve is not a human to break commitments.
Not only the promises but also his consistency with us in the middle management is powerfully witnessed to a believer’s eyes. In the book of Isaiah, chapter 48 talks about how God never gave up on his promises to all the descendants of Jacob. Since we are all a part of the inheritance, he is a God who never forsakes and leaves us.
The action point is that We should learn to self acknowledge that we are taught from the Lord about the issue of middle management. We should humbly obey him and know that he is Lord even in the middle beginning and the end; because He alone is the beginning and the end.