“He, who fears that he will suffer, already suffers because of his fear”. —Montaigne
Strength and courage aren’t always measured in medals and victories. They are measured in the struggles we overcome.
The bravest people aren’t always the people who win but the people who can be calm in the midst of greatest trouble.
FEAR and misery usually goes together.
The prophet Elijah left his servant and traveled alone into the wasteland. Physically and emotionally exhausted, his bedtime prayer was; “Take away my life!”
His eyes on himself instead of looking to the Lord.
Martin Luther once spent three days in depression over something that had gone wrong. On the third day his wife came downstairs dressed in mourning clothes. “Who’s dead?” he asked her. “God,” she replied. Luther rebuked her, saying, “What do you mean, God is dead? God cannot die.” “Well,” she replied, “the way you’ve been acting I was sure He had!”
”I WAS YOUNG BUT NOW I’M OLD, BUT I HAVE NEVER SEEN THE RIGHTEOUS FORSAKEN NOR HIS CHILDREN BEGGING BREAD…”
Hindi mangyayari kailanman na pababayaan ng Diyos ang Kanyang mga lingkod!
Pastor Ronald Camiling