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Monday, September 19, 2016

Do you feel as if there’s no hope of bearing fruit in what you’re doing? Fret not. The Lord might just surprise you! - Daily Bible Reflections September 19, 2016


HE REMEMBERS
 
But the dwelling of the just, he favors. – Proverbs 3:33
 
       “Lord, Your will be done. You know everything!” Carla prayed. Not that she wanted to be promoted, but because she felt it was unjust that she should be doing the job of her superior who was often out of the country. It happened for years.
       She loves her job and considers it her mission — with God as her boss. But somehow she felt abused during those years. Still, she kept quiet and shared about it only to a close friend, all the while praying, confident that the Lord sees everything. Humbly, she did her work and gave it her best shot. She made the company’s interest her priority over her own.
       After four years, she got promoted, not only once but twice! God did not fail her.
       You and I go sometimes go through life situations where we want to fight back or demand for our rights. That is certainly necessary in some cases, especially when our dignity is trampled upon. But no matter how bad the situation is, there is always hope. God doesn’t sleep. He sees everything and, just like in Carla’s case, He has a way of bringing about justice — in His time. We only have to trust Him. Tess V. Atienza (theresa.a@shepherdsvoice.com.ph)
 
Reflection: Do you feel as if there’s no hope of bearing fruit in what you’re doing? Fret not. The Lord might just surprise you!
 
Thank You, Lord, for being there for me when nothing seems to be happening down here, and for the hope that Your Word gives me. Amen.
 
St. Januarius, bishop and martyr, pray for us.
 

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