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He's Working It Out In Your Favor

Good morning My Ekklesia Family 

 Jesus promised He would never leave us nor would He turn His back on us. We know this is true because He has always made ways for us out of difficult circumstances. But what always amazes me is how He moves through those who are considered "enemies" to work in our favor.  Take a moment and read this narrative in Acts of the Apostles Chapter 5...

When the council members heard this, they became furious and wanted to kill the apostles. One council member, a Pharisee and teacher of the Law named Gamaliel, well-respected by all the people, stood up and ordered that the men be taken outside for a few moments. He said, "Fellow Israelites, consider carefully what you intend to do to these people. Some time ago, Theudas appeared, claiming to be somebody, and some four hundred men joined him. After he was killed, all of his followers scattered, and nothing came of that. Afterward, at the time of the census, Judas the Galilean appeared and got some people to follow him in a revolt. He was killed too, and all his followers scattered far and wide. Here’s my recommendation in this case: Distance yourselves from these men. Let them go! If their plan or activity is of human origin, it will end in ruin. If it originates with God, you won’t be able to stop them. Instead, you would actually find yourselves fighting God!" The council was convinced by his reasoning. Acts of the Apostles 5:33‭-‬39 CEB

 Don't you just love this? Here God is using the voice of the enemy to reason in favor of His people. God is doing this for you right now... Those who you thought were not capable of doing good, God is going to have them speak and work on your behalf. HE WILL MAKE YOUR ENEMIES LEAVE YOU ALONE!

❤u more than u know Peace and Blessings Stephan Kirby 

Today's Reading  Exodus 31-38

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