Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Breaking the cycles of failure and defeat in your life!

Scripture says to us that God instructed Elijah to leave brook Cherith where he was presently located
to go to Zarephath, where God had commanded a widow to sustain him, 1 Kings 17:1-24

To bring you up to speed with the above scripture, Elijah was at a place where his cycle of provision had been exhausted (the brook had dried up). Surprisingly, the widow woman that was commanded to sustain him was currently in a cycle of poverty and lack, 1 Kings 17:9. However, when both parties followed the instructions given to them by God the negative cycles of both sides changed from a position of negative circumstances to positive conditions   (please read the entire text).

Question! What negative cycle has repeatedly been going on in your life, but the solution and instructions that God has given you did not meet your expectation, and as a result, you've ignored and outright rejected the instructions and solution?

I don't know who this message is for today, but the cycles of negativity in your life will never change until you decide to follow the INSTRUCTIONS that God had initially conveyed to you. I am sure your sickening situation is evidence of that. Scripture clearly said to us that it was when the widow of Zarephath sustain Elijah with the last of what she had as crazy as that may have appeared, Elijah, herself and her house did eat for many days. Scripture goes on to say the barrel of meal wasted not, neither did the cruse of oil fail according to the WORD OF THE LORD, (the instructions of God) which he spoke by Elijah 1 Kings 17:15-16.

The negative dislike cycles of defeat, failure broken relationships, being at the bottom, being taken advantage of and the like can only be challenged by specific instructions from God Almighty, who scripture says knows the end of all things from their beginnings. Please! Make up in your mind today to do what God has asked of you and sit back and watch the patterns and cycles of negativity come to an end only to make room for the positive that has been eluding you!

Written By: Kevin L A Ewing