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Let God Arise… Because Anger Resides In The Bosom Of Fools By Charity E. Sephus

Living by Faith, my friends is a haven of God. As Solomon clearly states in Ecclesiastes 7:9, “Anger resides in the bosom of fools” who will “blare” at even slight irritations when pride convinces him that he is too wonderful to allow disrespect. He bashes because of his heavy bosom of foolishness, but small steps can lead anyone to God’s haven. “He that comes to God must first believe that He is and that He rewards the diligent.” Jesus stands at the door knocking for access, but He is not a thief who breaks into the privacy of our hearts: He owns everything, has brought us into being, and prepared a place for us so we could be there with Him. When he is allowed in, he makes our trusting hearts havens where we can LIVE BY FAITH. LET GOD ARISE!

As repetitive exigencies of life confront us, we are encouraged because solutions are happening more than ever thought possible. As God used a rod in the hand of Moses, He has recently used cell phone cameras to reveal Injustice, expose cover-ups, and alert the world of crimes once hidden from the public. Because of the wisdom and provisions of God, we now lean into the more perfect way: so let the wicked perish at the presence of God. But let the righteous be steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord because we know that our labor is not in vain in the Lord. God is with us in these dark hours of distress. The godly walk with integrity, blessed are their children who follow them. Proverbs 20:7 Blessed are those who trust in the Lord and have made the Lord their hope and confidence. – Jer.17:7 (Not guns, fires, or fists) God is here to lift the fallen and comfort the mourners.    

When God goes forth, no opponent can stand against Him. They are scattered.

A private prayer meeting broke the chains and opened the prison bars as angels ushered Peter out of jail. Paul and Silas prayed and praised God until an earthquake shook the foundations of the prison, opening the doors, and all bands were loosed. It is appropriate to proclaim Jesus as the Prince of Peace in all situations and demonstrations. He is the ruler of every nation. He is our “very present help in times of trouble.” Blessed are those who fear to do wrong, but the stubborn are headed for serious trouble: their voices are described as babblings of a fool who invites disaster.

“Only a fool would not understand this” Ps. 92:6

Knowledgeable people who treasure wisdom, according to MSNBC news, are now demanding justice of the authorities as others gather to pray for peaceful, lawful demonstrators. My friends put away doubts that hide the perfect will of God. Have Faith instead and be filled with his spirit. Let God Arise!