Hold On

Hold On

Matthew 11:28-30

Hold on through this journey and trek we wear and work called Christianity. Many road bumps surface and remain as tragic scars to our spiritually wrapped physical frame. Just as you think you have reached resolution, resolve, and respite, Lucifer strikes. You were already tired and riddled with pain, hoping for a short time of rest. However, the pressure will not relent, the frequency of the scheme advances forward. Just as you thought the relationship was repaired, repentance secured, and peace restored, calamity struck again. You thought he or she was a friend, and in

reality they are, however, it is true what they said behind the closed door.

What do you really expect? They spit and punched Jesus in the face, mocked, ridiculed, and falsely accused Him. Christ bore the sin and guilt of all humanity. Because of His suffering, how can the children of God now complain about plights, conditions, and pains? You are not alone, your situation is not new, and you are not the only one in spiritual squalor. In comparison to Christ as the preeminent guide, His Grace is sufficient.

Hold on to Christ and not the popularity and acceptance of humanity. Grasp Christ forever tightly, humble yourself in His presence, soaring like the glorious eagle and gain strength from those of the great Hall of faith. Maintain perspective, acknowledging the fact that weeping may endure for a season but joy comes in the morning. It all will pass, eventually you will stand at the gate of judgment. No worries, at that point, how tough will he or she be? The toughest and cockiest of the conceited, brazen, rebellious, trifling, verbose, difficult, and arrogantly intellectual will drop to their knees in the presence of the great God of Majesty. Presently the angels rejoice, circling the throne, thus act in unison with divinity, acquiescing to the tenets of Holy writ. Act quickly!

As things crumble before your presence, understand your role and influence, it is always just a season. The demon strikes quickly and with great force, but your flesh is not the leader. Allow the spirit to buffer as you sail atop the deity of Christ, floating in His protection. Be surprised at nothing and constantly strive for rapid  recuperation and recovery.

When it arrives at a point of travail, anguish, and vexation, hold on. Jesus said, “…Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you. Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle at heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy to bear, and the burden I give you is light” (Matthew 11:28-30). Remember your ontology. You are the clay In the Potter’s Hands. God has paved a way to save  and comfort you today!

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