The Word of God is as, “Sweet as Honey”
God has Taken Me Through a Whole Lot of Things, Now I Believe I Can Tell You…
I have been a born-again believer in Christ Jesus since June of 1986, my 13th year of life. Now, since my natural birth on September 3, 1973, I ask myself, where has all of the time gone. Do you want to know something about the Word of God? It is all good, matter of fact it’s as, “…sweet as honey…” Revelation 10:10. Yet, in the same verse, “…as soon as I had eaten it, my belly was bitter”, it continues in verse 11 saying, “Thou must prophesy again before many peoples, and nations, and tongues, and kings.” I am finally doing just that now.
Throughout my walk with God, he has let me see a few different things that some never see in their entire lives. You may see a slight glimpse of the things but you aren’t able to have time to rest in it, feel it, and know that you can do nothing about the situation you are in for a week, for a month, for a year, even for a decade. Not knowing why God has put you in whatever position that he has is a little strange.
When it comes to knowing the reason why God is doing something in your life, it is good to know that he is the final authority. God can do anything he wants to with your life. When you feel that God is doing something wrong in your life you need to wait and see how God is going to use the situation in your life, to work in his ways. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, “What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.” I think that is the way my whole life has been since the Aneurysm. From the Aneurysm in August of 1989, to the long road to recovery which, I don’t think I am off yet, to the starting of a family, until right now. One thing I do know is that you don’t get ahead of God, you will find yourself doing things on your own is not the right way to do anything at all.
In my early teen years, you could have called me Samson, not because of womanizing but because of the strength. I had just gotten Saved by the precious Blood of Christ during the Summer of my thirteen year of life. I believe God had plans for me because I didn’t want to follow God’s plan for me. So, I was following my own plans for my life. I had to do something that would make me famous. I thought I was doing so well that I sort of pushed God out of my life, but little did I know that He was going to be in it.