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Walking with God-Adversity

The hard time leads us into intimate relationships with God. Also, the hardship strengthens you to leap far more. In some ways, adversity could test your faith in a good purpose.

For example, God tested Abraham to offer his only son, Issac, a living sacrifice. That commandment was painful for Abraham because he loved his only son, who was bored in his old age. However, Abraham overcame the test with faith and obedience to God.

The truth is your faith is growing while you are going through hard times with patience. Despite the mishap’s seriousness, I believe trust, faith, and hope will win.

The purpose of God’s work relates to our faith, so it is a good sign if you are close to God in a relationship through any bad happen.

In my experience, I lost all my assets through the wrong investment, and I was broke. However, what I gained through hardship was much more valuable: a close relationship with God and learning how to trust in God deeper in turbulent times.

Furthermore, I am sure you can hear God’s voice intimately when you are in trouble. The trouble leads you into a quiet place where you can only hear His voice. Forgetting all matter ruins your life is processed after focusing on His words and voices.

Finally, you will see how God works for you while you are still in front of His presence. The related Bible verse is here, “And Moses said to the people, “Fear not, stand firm, and see the salvation of the Lord, which he will work for you today. For the Egyptians whom you see today, you shall never see again” (Exodus 14:13).

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