MY TRIALS ARE VESSELS OF HIS GLORY

“Jesus answered, Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents: but that the works of God should be made manifest in him”.
John 9:3KJV
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In this world, the greatest sufferer is seen as the chief of all sinners. Our trials are termed as our curses; when you are simultaneously barraged with problems like Job, people see you as either a sinner or you are under a curse as the upshot of your bad conducts.

When Jesus saw the man who was blind from his birth, his disciples asked him, saying, “Master, who did sin, this man, or his parents, that he was born blind?”. The question they asked shows their utter ignorance of that Man’s purpose in life. When the disciples saw him, they beheld a blind man but Christ saw a vessel for the manifestation of His glory. The blind man was born with a great purpose but he himself was very nescient about it. The Lord enlightened them that he was created to carry God’s glory and neither he nor his parents were sinners.

He was born blind that our Lord Jesus might have the honour of curing him, and probe himself sent of God to be the true light to the world. Until the very day that the man’s purpose was revealed, he might think of being blind unto his death. His blindness was the vessel that Christ used to carry out His light to the people. His healing was a perfect manifestation of the glory of God.
Don’t get upset with your situation dear reader, be encouraged and remain faithful until the day that your true purpose will be revealed. It’s not far from today, though you may not see Jesus, he sees you in any problem you may be facing and He is ever ready to reveal your purpose in life unto you if only you are willing to embrace Him.
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PRAYER:

Glory be unto your name Lord Jesus for your mercy and grace. Please help me to glorify you in my life.
AMEN
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GOD BLESS YOU

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