In Job 29:13, the bible says “the blessings of him that was ready to perish came upon him”. This means that no one is permitted to go to the grave with the help or blessings you need, and no one is permitted to give out a position or help you need. I remember how I got a job in a company I never applied to. When I went for the interview, they told me that someone had just resigned from that position and they needed someone else to occupy it. Strange, right? But it’s totally scriptural. Why should a company put up a vacancy when you’re available? Can’t the angels of God give your contact details to them?
Christianity is not a regular religion; it’s a strange one. And that’s why if strange occurrences don’t happen for you, then your faith would be in doubt. A certain man built a house for himself and his family, but while he was preparing to dedicate the house, God put someone’s name in his heart and told him to give the house to that person. The word “Perish” in that scripture may not necessarily mean destruction, it may also mean elevations or promotions. If that’s the case, that scripture will read, “The blessings of him that is ready to perish or be promoted will come upon you”. In other words, instead of looking for someone else, they’d call on you to occupy the space the one who is promoted is leaving behind.
That’s how far we’d go on today’s Timely Note. But take these last words; DON’T TELL ME THAT THERE ARE NO OPPORTUNITIES, BECAUSE THERE ARE. YOU JUST HAVEN’T TAPPED INTO ENOUGH FAITH TO REDIRECT THEM TO WHERE YOU ARE. Have a most fruitful day, in Jesus precious name!
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