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Focus: Psalms 41:13 - KJV

13. Blessed be the LORD God of Israel from everlasting, and to everlasting. Amen, and Amen.


Psalms 41:4-13


There is a very weird phenomenon amongst men that make them rejoice when it appears someone, of whom they do not approve, undergoes a downturn, either health-wise, or economic wise. The tendency is for them to assume that their witchcraft prayers was effective and that the person was suffering because of his deeds. The unfortunate aspect in this is that they attribute the downturn to God, the holy one who is love personified, and no respecter of persons. Meanwhile, had they taken time to verify things, as they are commanded by scripture, they would have discovered that the person they are obsessed against is actually the one the Lord has appointed to take them to the heights; and that, what brings them against the one that loves them ordinarily, is a lie orchestrated by the devil, through obviously envious children of the world.


Nevertheless, since God is a righteous judge and not like them, He brings out His beloved from his downturn which actually may have been caused by his dwelling too much on the assumption of the importance to himself, of these people that are obsessed against him. This God who does brings the oppressed up, out of the oppression of his wicked friends, deserves praises. David recognized this and set it out so, in the Psalms. The mind of the enemy is that he would die in his depression and sick bed, but God restored him. No wonder he proclaimed: “blessed be the Lord God….” But how do we bless God who is the one blessing us in all spheres despite our not being qualified? God is worthy of all the encomium we can haul at Him, for it is because of His mercies we have not been consumed. Some had engaged in witchcraft prayers against us only to discover that there was no basis for their doing so. Had we died in the course of the rift, they would have prided their witchcraft as acts of God.


Friend, are you at this time down and apparently forsaken? Are your acquaintances now your great antagonists wishing that some evil befalls you? Or are you in a state where they are saying ‘good for him’? Job was so mesmerized by the behavior of those he thought were his friends. In the end, Job was justified but his friends were reprimanded. If he died in his trials, his friends would have concluded he was truly evil, whereas he wasn’t. The one who restored Job and David is out to restore you today. Like David, sing praises unto Him, despite your situation, and bless His holy name for He is faithful and just; He would surely bring you out unscathed. Bless Him.


SOLUTION: In all things, bless the Lord. He is working out your escape from that situation in a way that your testimony would shake the world. Do not stop being good and blessing His holy name. There is light at the end of the tunnel.


Please pray: Father, please arise for me today and turn the tide in my favor that I may lift my hands in the gathering of your people, to bless your name publicly again soon, in Jesus’ name. Put the enemy to shame regarding my matter in Jesus’ name.



Kindly share with others if you have been blessed by this Guide. God bless you as you do so, in Jesus' name.




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