Monday, December 26, 2011

The process of one that is called to be great!

Everyone that has been called to be great or to do the extraordinary MUST suffer uncommon persecution! It is normal for this person's family, friends, inner circle and those he trust the most to hurt him the most.

Amazingly, at the end of his process it is almost difficult for him to hate these people (if he understands the purpose behind his ordain process) because his challenges would have taught him that these people were not only necessary for his development but the tools God decided to use to chisel him into the extraordinary great person he has or will become...............

 Great people are rarely produced through great times.... In fact it is during the bad times that when their backs are against the wall, they wisely decide that there is no other option than to become GREAT! God will see to it that your back is placed against the wall, only to show the world and your enemies that they unknowingly played a crucial part in provoking the greatness that was always within you, but needed their resistance to bring it out of you.

For those of you who have labeled yourselves as a failure or others have convinced you that you are a failure and counted you out. Make no mistake they are about to see the greatest revolution and transformation of the human spirit ever.


Greatness is presently residing in you; however it’s asleep and needs the agitation of your haters and detractors to give it life. Provocation is by means of which revelation and creation is released from the human spirit, in which the human mind originally assumed it had nothing left to fight with. Nevertheless, due to discomfort and applied pressure he becomes motivated to reach deep within to tap into a source that was always there but needed the right pressure to release it.

For those of you that are reading this right now, your present dislike position is agitating you to release the greatness that presently resides within you. The bible says it this way,  "But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God and not of us. Even though we are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down but not destroyed. Always bearing about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus, that the life also of Jesus might be made manifested in our body, 2Corianthians 4:7-10.

It is my pray for you this wonderful Morning, that the Lord will open your spiritual eyes, so that you may see your difficulties working for you and not against you. That you will comprehend in great detail why you ought to love your enemies, and to truly and completely accept the fact as crazy as it may seem, as to why we must give thanks in all things because these things (like and dislike) are the will of God concerning us in Christ Jesus. Amen!


Written by: Kevin L A Ewing