An Emotional Affair

An Emotional Affair – Part Nine


Having prayed the night before that God should grant him counsel in the night and clarity in the morning, Bolu woke up and tried to recollect his dreams.  He couldn’t glean anything substantial that was clearly relating to his situation.  He didn’t even think he had dreamt at all.  He had another prayer time and a brief time of listening in the morning, where he hoped that God would direct his thoughts towards His will.  What came to his mind and pressed upon him repeatedly was God’s words to the Apostle, Paul – “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness” (2 Cor 12:9).

What did that mean?  Was that a message from God about his situation?  Was God saying that he can’t do anything about it, and he should just trust Him?  It wasn’t a clear direction for whether or not he should allow Lola to go on the business trip, but the message gave him a certain amount of peace.  He knew that whether or not Lola traveled away for business, that God was in control, and he didn’t need to have everything under his own control…

Read more at https://blog.ufuomaee.org/an-emotional-affair-part-nine/

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