IT IS A VALLEY OF BLESSINGS 2

It Is A Valley Of Blessings 2

Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Psalm 23:4

Yesterday, we started looking at the various valleys. The dictionary definition of valley says it is an elongated depression between uplands and hills or mountains, a place/period filled with fear, gloom and despair. The bottom! That is a valley, in other words you are not in a high mood at that time, you are in a low time or bad mood because of events that are happening around. The mountain top is when you are on a higher level. So people encounter different kinds of valleys in the area of sickness, diseases, marital issues, business failure and all that, but the good news is that it is not your destination I want to tell you, you are coming out of all valleys.

David said When I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil. David fought a lot of battles in the valley but he said I shall fear no evil. Why? Because he understands that the Lord was with him. God doesnt jump ship because you are in the valley, he doesnt abandon you and stay at the mountain top but stays right there with you. He ensures that you are guided and directed to seat on the prepared table because every valley has a prepared table inside it. You will sit on your prepared table in Jesus name..

David said when I walk through – You see it is a walk through and not walking inside. So if you are going through a valley, it is only a walk through. You are not going to stay there; you will come out of it. It is not a permanent situation; it is a phase in your life, an experience you are going through. But the truth is that when you are out, you are going to be better than when you started. Today, I see God bring you out of every ugly situation and I see you testify in Jesus name. The valley experience is turning around in Jesus name.

Further Readings: Psalm 23:1-6 Daily Bible Reading: Morning: Proverbs 16-18; Evening 2 Corinthians 6

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