“For thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee.” – Psalms 128:2 (KJV)

Life is full of many adventures, and the children of God are bound to suffer many trials, tests, and temptations. This is the more reason why, after going through all these trials, tests, and temptations, a time will come for you to be glorified.

It is a time that God has assigned at the end of your toil to enjoy the fruits of your labor in the Lord. It is not a time for weeping anymore but a time of rejoicing and celebrating—celebrating Jesus Christ for seeing you through the hard times. It is a time that you don’t struggle for anything. You become glad and happy because it is well with you.

Joseph went through lots of trials, tests, and temptations to prepare him for the future. When the time came for God to glorify him, He made him the prime minister of Egypt (Genesis 41:40–41). Hallelujah!

Dear beloved, are you going through tough times in the Lord? If you are, go through with all patience. Continue to hope, apply your faith, and love Jesus Christ for the good work He is doing in your life, and very soon He will see you through the hard times. Then you will graduate to your time of fruitfulness and enjoyment. Beloved, the secret to going through the tough times is rejoicing and praising God (Philippians 4:4).

Never complain or murmur because it will only make your situation worse, and you become ungrateful to God. However, if you rejoice and praise God in the difficult times, a miraculous atmosphere is created for you, to press on till you embrace your reward. Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!

Prayer Point: My loving Father, Your Word is very reassuring. Thank You. Please fill my mouth and heart with Your praise to continually praise You and rejoice in You, especially in tough times till I embrace my reward in Jesus’ name. Amen!

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