You may be out of your pit, but are you delivered from it?
He will deliver his soul from going into the pit, and his life shall see the light. ( Job 33:28 -KJV)
Behold, for peace I had great bitterness: but thou hast in love to my soul delivered it from the pit of corruption: for thou hast cast all my sins behind thy back. For the grave cannot praise thee, death can not celebrate thee: they that go down into the pit cannot hope for thy truth. The living, the living, he shall praise thee, as I do this day: the father to the children shall make known thy truth. (Isa. 38: 17-19 -KJV)
We are probably all familiar with the story of Joseph and his brothers who threw him into a pit and left him for dead. However, he came out into prosperity and saved his family. Are we able to do the same? How many of us have been thrown into a pit, (not literally), but misused or abused, or lied on and cheated by someone we trusted. That my friends can also be called a pit. As humans, we ofttimes have a problem in allowing ourselves to be delivered from past hurts. God wants us to be free.
I know that circumstances are not always easy to let go of. However, if the Lord has delivered our souls from our pits, then why won't we? We can from time to time hold on to the deep hurts, allowing them to penetrate our minds and cause bitterness to take hold. The above scripture says that Hezekiah had great bitterness, but God in love delivered his soul.
Beloved, we serve the same God, if we let go of our pit, release the people or persons that we feel are responsible for causing it, then, we shall be delivered. Gods desire is to see us live the life that he created for us in the beginning. Our paths have taken many twists and turns and ended up in places that were not ordained by our Father. It may not be a easy task for deliverance, however, that does not negate the fact that it can be done. I may not know if you have released yourself from your pit, but, the time is now for you to do so.
God loves you and me with an unconditional love and there is nothing we have done, or can do to stop him from loving us. Remember, he created us and knows everything about us. His will is for us to release ourselves and those who have hurt us.
The time is now, not just for us to get out of the pit, but, to be healed, delivered and set free from it. Make the change starting today and free yourself. It's easier than you think.
Pastor's Mike and Allean Morgan are also facilitators for a class that was founded by Pastor's Francis and Flower
Briscoe entitled "What God Has to Say About "Marriage". Our next follow-up conference will be on April 13, 2019 from 1000am - 12noon at 4308 Broken Arrow Court, Clinton, MD 20735. This is the next to the last follow-up that we will have this year. Please come out and join us, we would love to see you there. You can visit our website for more
information at www.whatgodhastosayaboutmarriage.com.