If we look at disappointments as opportunities for something better to come then better will come. God uses inconveniences in our lives to create divine opportunities but we will never see it; if we settle for lesser things or accept things that come by too easily. Don’t ever allow your circumstances to direct your path and choices in your life. God says that if you acknowledge Him he will direct your path. Trust him to help you make the right choices. (Proverbs 3:5-6)

“We know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28

As children of God we shouldn’t make wrong decisions or choices because if it doesn’t line up with God’s word, promises, and commands it is wrong. It’s just that simple. Sorry but as a child of God I need to ask you whose report you are believing? Are you believing Gods or the devils? Must I remind you that the devil is the father  and mastermind of lies, and his only intentions are to kill, steal and destroy. Lets look at John 10:10 it tells us “The thief cometh only to kill, steal, and destroy; I (Jesus) come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” So I ask again who is the thief? Satan is and his intentions are to make you disappointed so you can make the wrong decisions.

The devil doesn’t love you and if you think he does what has he given you? He will never give his life for you. He would rather take it and destroy it just how his was destroyed. Don’t forget that he was one of Gods best creations until he thought he was better than God and tried to take God’s position. Look at what he has become, nothing but a common thief, who tries to steal our hope, joy and our chance at eternal life. The devil tries to make everything hard for us. He tries to make us focus on the problems and devastation he causes and afterwards he tries to have us sin against God so he can steal our promises. How long are you going to allow him to destroy your life? When are you going to take the blindfold he has over your eyes off so you can see God’s light of salvation through Jesus Christ.How many people do you know would sacrifice their lives so you can have eternal life? Aren’t you just a little bit curious as to what it would be like in a world without sin. A world without aches, pains, disappointments, hunger, murder and every thing that’s evil. Wouldn’t you like to see what a pearl gate looks like or streets made of pure gold? Wouldn’t you rather be at peace with God instead of being on the lake of fire and brimstone with the devil?

Perilous times have started and the devil is running out of time and so are you. When Jesus returns for true Christians the devils time is limited. His reign in the tribulation period are limited to only a short moment in time, roughly three to seven years. If you think about it, God’s timetable tells us that, one day to God is like a thousand years to us and the devil.Beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day” 2 Peter 3:8. If you think you are disappointed now wait until then. Do you want to take that chance. The choice is yours, accept God’s gift of His beloved son and live for eternity. He is the only way and He is the truth. No one else sacrificed their life for you, no one loves you like He does and no one cares for you the way He does. Give Him a chance and He will prove it to you. Go to the top of this blog, click on to the salvation page and follow the instructions. It will be the best thing you have ever done since you have chosen life. Don’t just stop there, find a body of believers who read, loves God’s word and has accepted Jesus Christ. Allow them to teach and guide you. Now unto Him who is able to keep us from falling, and to present us faultless, before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy. To the only wise God, our Savior, be the glory, praise, honor, and thanks for using me to deliver your message to your children. May He give everyone the spiritual tools necessary to receive, understand and comply with His message. In Jesus’ name, Amen.