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Tuesday
Sep 30th

It’s Only a Process

Genesis 50:20 But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive.

I have learned that in life we all have to go through a process. A process is a series of actions, changes, or functions bringing about a result conducting to an end. Many things go through a process. Meat has to go through a process before it is put on display to be sold. Even the vehicle that you drive has to go through a process to make it to the car lot to be sold.

Even to get a finished product with pictures, it has to go through a process. You can damage and affect all the potential the product has by taking it out too soon or if it is exposed to early. And if God takes you out of your process too soon, then it could affect what you are becoming in life.

The process has a purpose. Through the process, God desires to remove some things (doubt, anger, impatience) from our lives, in order for Him to Impart or plant something useful (faith, obedience, patience, trust). The process also is an indication that there is GREATNESS in you. It is the process that often times birth forth greatness. Your process is just your training ground to prepare you for your later. Joseph went through a process. He was betrayed by his brothers. He was thrown into a pit by his own flesh and blood. He was sold into slavery and then to Potiphar. He was falsely accused by Potiphar's wife. He was thrown into prison. Through the process, God was just proving Joseph and preparing him for greatness. It's so important to never underestimate what you are going through in life(the Process), that could be the very thing that causes you to PRODUCE what God desires for you to produce. Though Joseph had a lot of evil done to him, he finally understood that it was for his good so that he could be exactly where God wanted him, to save much people (Gen 50:20). Endure the process, because before long, God is going to put you on display. And while in the process, remain faithful to God.

 

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