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Prove Me Now.....A Spiritual Personal Journal #49
MONDAY, JUNE 25, 2012
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June 24, 2012 8:35 PM

Where is the God of the evangelist and disciple Philip, the revivalist Peggy Smith & Evan Roberts, the prophet A. W. Tozer, and George Muller & Hudson Taylor? Where is the God who took the small beginnings of Charles Spurgeon and brought the miracles of huge continued harvest? Yes, where is our God when things seem so confusing and disheartened?

God has decided to use this vile worm that makes mistakes for this ministry that has reached 189 countries and over 14 million people on both sites to feed off the audio and written works. God has taken care of me in the most trying and unusually ways. Through all the avenue God uses to show us the He alone is God and He alone can be trusted….and yet in tough times we become like old Israelites with stiff necks.

The twists and the curves in the river that my canoe is traveling sometimes makes me wonder where is God taking me and who can use me? Ministers and their bosses have lied to me. Churches have hated me for telling the truth. Yet the average man praises me for the simple work of truth I continue to do. What will God do with what seem to be a mess?

God Bless

PJ

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