Dearly beloved in Christ, I greet and bless you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. The blessed word that the Lord has given for you today is from the book of Hebrews 12:6,”For whom the Lord loves He chastens”. God tests the hearts and minds of the righteous. When you go through trials in your life, you need to draw close to God, repent of your sins and ask forgiveness from God. Then you will be blessed.
If you are going through a period of tribulation, remember that God chastens those whom He loves. You might be going through struggles in life because of debts, loss in business, shame and humiliation because of family dispute. God says, “I will break your yoke from your neck and will burst your bonds”. Enemies shall no more enslave you. Only if God breaks the yoke from your neck, you will not struggle any further.
God loved Job very dearly and so He wanted to tests his faith. He placed a yoke on Job and he suffered with great tribulation. But in the end, it was for the glory of God. Job did not do anything against the will of God and so God blessed Job in great measure.
You will also be blessed if you remain in the Lord during the course of your testing period. God will break the yoke from your neck and will burst your bonds. Therefore do not be afraid. Nor be dismayed because God will save you from all your troubles. Your children will also be saved from the hands of the enemy. You shall return and have rest and be quiet. God will be with you to watch over you. When you put your trust in the Lord, the Lord will bring you out of all you troubles. You will live in joy and peace.
God bless you.
Our loving heavenly Father, we thank You for this blessed day. I pray that you may deliver them from all their troubles. Remove the burden from their neck and restore peace within their walls. May they cling to you during the period of trials and receive a double portion of blessing. Thank you Lord, for Your everlasting love and kindness. May Your glory shine through Your dear children’s lives. In Jesus name we pray, Amen.