Is it charged?

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There’s nothing more frustrating than having a product that you know is capable of doing what you want it to do, but having to wait until it’s batteries are charged.

My Son found his sister’s old Nintendo game, but we’ve lost the charger. Have no fear, Walmart’s here…. I found a charger online that I think will do the trick.

But for me, there’s a spiritual application today.

Is anyone else experiencing frustration?

I’ve heard said that when we’re experiencing frustration, we’re not in faith.

Just like the little Nintendo game, that’s not working properly, we have to identify the problem before we can find a solution.

Knowing that it worked perfectly fine the last time my little girl used it (about 4 years ago) my obvious response is, the dead battery.

We can’t charge the battery without a charger. So, We have to buy one.

On the spiritual side, we can’t buy anything, because Jesus already purchased everything, but there is a checklist to finding the root of frustration.

If we’re frustrated, our faith isn’t working correctly.

If our faith isn’t working correctly, we should check our love walk.

For in Jesus Christ neither circumcision availeth any thing, nor uncircumcision; but faith which worketh by love. Galatians 5:6

Faith doesn’t work without love.

The Nintendo doesn’t work without batteries.

We need recharged.

You can’t buy love, but you can receive love.

Are you feeling some frustration right now?

Charge up and plug in to the Love of God.

You’ll be back up and running in no time.

 

2 thoughts on “Is it charged?

  1. I had a bit of frustration about my ct results remaining the same, no change.. I was expecting change, a decrease in the masses,. But today I praise God for stability and not increase..

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    1. Absolutely, Aunt Cracker. Though not walking in your same shoes, I know what frustration feels like when believing God for results. So again, no surprise, second witness, came to me this morning to watch a certain preacher on TV before I rolled out of bed, to Remind us both to HOLD FAST TO OUR CONFESSION. He who is promised IS FAITHFUL. We will reap if we don’t faint, and keeping speaking only what God says about the situation. Thanking Him for the smallest victories on our way to completion. Love you much

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