I find myself lifting my hands in praise to God who made the heavens and the earth!

I will be reblogging the series of article: ”Lessons from the Wilderness” by Cheryl McGrath because they are PROFOUND to say the very least!

Psalm 115:1 AMP – ”Not to us, O Lord, not to us but to Your name give glory,for Your mercy and loving-kindness and for the sake of Your truth and faithfulness!

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wilderness2Imagine, after a long period of relative obscurity, you suddenly become a spiritual celebrity.  The greatest prophet in the nation publicly affirms your calling to ministry, the Heavens open and it seems God’s highest favour rests on you, while the anointing of the Holy Spirit is poured out on you mightily.   In the church or conference where you have gathered with the saints to seek the face of God every eye now turns to behold this newly revealed mighty servant of God.  At last, your moment of recognition has come!  The ministry you have so been craving is at your fingertips.  The atmosphere is electric with expectation.  Whispers are heard among the crowd:  “What will he do now?”  Will he heal us?  Will he perform miracles?  Will he become our leader?”  Ask yourself, would you have the humility, the courage, or the focus to simply walk away, leaving behind the newly opened…

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