“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.” – Psalm 23:4 (KJV)

Beloved, I want to use this media to say thank you to you all who have been making it a point to read and practice this little piece I present to you every morning.

In this month of September, I will be bringing you deeper revelations into the word of God. Keep reading and sharing. Thank you. Today, let look at handling difficult moments as believers.

Knowing what to do during difficult times puts your heart at rest. In the opening scripture, the psalmist recognized that tough times are bound to happen in our lives, but he was not worried, because God’s rod and staff were available to comfort him.

Today the rod and staff can be likened to the Word of God and the Holy Spirit. Remember that the Holy Spirit is called the Comforter (John 16:7). He comforts us with the Word of God in times of difficulty so that we can go through the tough times till we embrace our breakthroughs or miracles.

Fellow believer, every Christian will go through some challenges on this earth; thus when you are going through them, don’t complain or murmur but rather fellowship with the Holy Spirit through the Holy Scriptures, and He will lead you to scriptures that will elevate your spirit.

Pick these scriptures and continually declare them countless times a day, and you will see yourself pressing on to the end. A scripture like “Yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us” (Romans 8:37) should be declared many times to drive away any spirit of setback or fear, and you will be emboldened to move forward till you cross the finish line. Hallelujah! You are an overcomer!

Prayer Point: Dear heavenly Father, thank you for your timely word. Please give me more grace and insight to fellowship with the Holy Spirit and your Word in order to endure hardship, celebrate you, overcome every obstacle, and embrace my victories and rewards, in Jesus’ name. Amen!

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