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The Wisdom Of God, Part X

Now therefore, listen to Me, My children. For blessed are those who keep My ways. Hear instruction and be wise, and do not disdain it. Blessed is the man who listens to Me, watching daily at My gates, waiting at the posts of My doors. Proverbs 8:32-34

    We are entering what Timothy called perilous times, or in other words, times of stress. The world and all it contains is being shaken to the point of a total economic and spiritual breakdown like they have never see before, with the powers of darkness being released to rob, kill and destroy everything in sight, bringing about the end of all things!

    Proverbs speaks much about the wise and the foolish and in these trying times we must walk in the wisdom of God, who will give protection and provision to those who diligently seek Him. A wise man will apportion valuable time with the Father, seeking to know in what direction he should go and what His will for his life is. It is like walking a path in total darkness, for the fools who don't seek God they will fall prey to that which destroys along the way, but for the wise man, he will be led and directed by the light and leading of Holy Spirit's gentle voice.

    Watching daily at His gates and waiting on His voice that gives direction is His will for His saints, but most are watching the world, the stock market and the nightly news for their direction. But what will you do when you wake up some morning and your money, your investments and your entire financial portfolio go down the proverbial drain? It's happened before and it is certain to happen again in these last days, so, what will you do to prepare for this, will you panic as the fool or will you seek God's leading as a wise and discerning son, the choice is yours?

    For whoever finds Me finds life, and obtains favor from the Lord; but he who sins against Me wrongs his own soul; all those who hate Me love death. Proverbs 8:35,36

Your servant in Christ, Tim Laughlin