Micha’el Cordele Rolle
Vol. 2, Issue 4



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“Being confident of this very thing, that he which begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” - Phil. 1:6


Have you ever started a project that you knew when you started it; it was going to be a journey? You didn’t know when or what the final outcome would actually be, however you were confident that this is what God was doing in your life. Well, over the past few years when God initially gave me this vision and instruction to write these newsletters, I never realized the impact that it would have on individuals. Nevertheless, since that time, I have actually grown a lot, so I wanted to take some time to pause in my teachings in order for me enhance my knowledge and teach on the more serious subjects at hand that affect our lives as a whole. Despite this extended layoff it was very important for me not to let the seeking itself become its own distraction, and not let other things in life also be a distraction that would try to fill its void.


Quite often many of us try to conquer the impossible and pursue a state of perfection with the goals we set. We work hard to try to live our lives according to how we perceive God called us to do so. At first, as we are directed by God, through His Holy Spirit to achieve a certain goal, many of us start out blazing the trail, super excited, because we are really inspired to do what God has called us to do. Understanding not only did He call us, but also He chose us for His work. However, within that journey, the blaze becomes a spark and the excitement becomes a smirk of joy. Soon, you begin to realize the more successful you are, that not everyone is as excited about your calling of God as you are. To some, it could seem to be disconcerting, feeling like you are falling backwards in the work that was initially started. Then, you began to reason within yourself, “Did I hear the voice of God?” “Did His Holy Spirit tell me to move?”


However, be not dismayed! Often this thought process is common and of course many journeys are not without their risk, as the scripture reads, “The just shall live by faith.” (Roman 1:17) In fact, sometimes you can pick up the burden of the very people that you are trying to help. We must remember that it is by faith that we continue the journey and that God has already prepared from our past experiences for our future obstacles. So, instead of quitting we utter statements like “Better me Lord who can handle this, than those who can’t.” We must reflect that the journey is a teaching tool as well as a destination of hope, as the scripture reads, “Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience. But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing.” (James 1:3-4) Some of these journeys last a week, some a year, some a lifetime.


I often reflect about the story of King David, when God called him to be king of Israel; it wasn’t until ten to fifteen years later that he reached the position of king. In God’s journey, there will be distractions and sometimes detours, nevertheless ultimately it is not until we look back that we see how we have impacted others and that despite those distractions, the hand of God was upon you the entire time. So remember this as the scripture teaches us, “Being confident of this very thing, that he which begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” - Phil. 1:6



God Bless;


Micha’el Cordele Rolle

Servant of the Most High God

 

 

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