God never forgets the good that we do! Are you convinced of that?
Do you sometimes go through trials or situations where you think that even God has forgotten, forsaken, or abandoned you? This is for all who at times wonder, “did God forget me?”
As of late, I have been attacked to the point where I came to believe that I am going crazy or suffering some mental aberration. I well could be, but I don’t think so. But then, which crazy person actually thought they were crazy?
I even got to the point where I thought that God was against me.The mental and emotional pain and turmoil this situation has brought upon me is one of the most distressing that I have faced so far.
The situation that I am going through is far from over, as it will be an ongoing fight till the day I die. We live in the devil’s world so any God-fearing person cannot expect to be left alone and at peace.
I have always been a fighter, overcoming “hell and high water” up to this point. I have always been a happy person and have overcome some horrible trials.
Yet, as of late, some of the people that should have been watching my back have come to be the very ones with the knife in their hands ready to stab me. People that should have been the ones that I should have been able to trust the most seem to be at this time my worst enemies.
I’m reminded of how, even Jesus, when he needed his friends the most, all abandoned him. I feel that at this time I am in the same situation.
So I have to tell you as to why I am convinced that no matter how dark the situation gets, God never forgets the work that we do!
Last night, under this distraught of a situation, not feeling to do anything but wallow
It’s funny that someone has such a good memory to remember some good I did so long ago and some others can’t remember all the good I have done up to yesterday.
This turn of events, at this dark time, was a reminder to me that my life has not been in vain and that God never ever forgets the good that we do. His memory never fails and He never turns His back on his humble servants.
So with renewed zeal, I am ready to get back in the fight and am ready to fight the fine fight for the faith. I am convinced more than ever that though we walk in the valley of death we need fear nothing bad for God’s staff is there to protect us. May God continue to pity all his humble servants!
Hebrews 6:10 “God is not unrighteous to forget or overlook your labor and the love which you have shown for His name's sake!”
Today I am convinced more than ever, that God never forgets the good that we do or ever forgets us!