A WORD- written in the year 2007

When you take daring steps into doing what God says,

you’ll be elevated. Such a step may be, for instance, sowing a seed. (James 1:3)

Let’s use the catapult to illustrate this. If you want to relocate a stone or use it to hit a bird using a catapult, you must first take up the stone. This is the first step, which is, there must first of all be a taking before a releasing; this is submission. After this, the stone must be put on the catapult skin. This is step two, which is, you must back up on God’s word-rest in it. Then, you hold tight and draw back the rubber with your focus on your target; it’s how far you draw back this rubber that determines how far, how fast, and how hard the stone will fly. This is step three, which is, the hard times, those times you’ll feel pressed on every side is because you are resting on the basis of what God’s Word says; during these, times your faith in that word will be tested. This is your time of stretching. If you can endure this period, then, you’ll soar high. And finally, you release your grip and this sends the stone flying. This is the final phase before your end result, which is, the level of change. This is the level where the believer is positively transformed into what he or she can’t explain; a level of great joy, happiness, peace, and the experience of the covenant blessings; a level of grace and power, totally different from where they used to be.

Hallelujah!!!
James G.

Author: James George

Hello, I am James George, a passionate teacher of God's Word; that writer who believes in the balanced communication of God's word in simplicity and clarity as the tool for making destinies and shaping lives.

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