We Cannot Make This Journey Alone.

We cannot make this journey on our own. As much as we would like to think that we can make it on our own we should realise that Christ never intended for any of us to go on this journey on our own. He had twelve disciples for a reason: mutual support and encouragement.

Some people with strong ‘Type A’ personalities, like me, sometimes think we are strong enough, wise enough, prayerful enough, spiritual enough, brilliant enough, well connected to the Holy Spirit enough, know the word enough, are experienced enough, rich enough, even educated enough to make it on our own, by ourselves, without any input from other members of the body of Christ, but that is pride, self deception and it eventually leads to disaster.

We have to be open to receive help, wise counsel, prayer and support from other members of the body of Christ who are kingdom-driven, who pant after the will and heart of the Father.

The Psalmist cried out in the 20th PSALM that may God answer your prayer in the day of trouble, send you help from the santuary and strengthen you out of Zion. May we find helpers to support and stand with us as we pursue the will of God in our calling and assignment.
Blessings.
Praise George. January, 2021.

2 Comments

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2 responses to “We Cannot Make This Journey Alone.

  1. Kolawole Juliet

    Great article as usual, weldone Sir

  2. Joshua mwisaka aka vegun

    Glory be to the MOST HIGH.:)
    He fills my cap

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