In every affair of life we have uncertainties, and sometimes we find ourselves in the very midst them— financial uncertainties, political uncertainties, confusion and indecision within government authorities. Sometimes we suddenly realize that we have laid a faulty foundation or that we have taken a bad decision. The world would say, “no one holds tomorrow”. The financial market would tell you not to raise your expectations as the stocks are likely to plummet very soon. Political crisis or peaceful political processes may

even find you grappling with fear inside your own little closet. You would most likely be asked to do your best and never slack in your judgement— and that you should tap into every opportunity that comes your way. In times of uncertainties, the battle will rest in your mind. Your mind may likely begin to play games on you contrary to your consciousness of being a king and a priest, and you begin to ponder over issues of your life in doubts.

Perhaps you have already started thinking: “ I would have been better in doing something else than what I am doing now”, and easily forget that through it all, your relentless faith in the Lord Jesus is able to see you through those trials, as “No temptation has overtaken you except such as is common to man; but God is faithful, who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation will also make the way of escape, that you may be able to bear it.[1 Cor 10:13 NKJV]. I am here to announce to you that your true worship in times of uncertainties, your ardent faith in God, your confidence through Christ and your craving hunger for the things about Him and seeking the face of The Almighty will bring you that joy and peace you desire and surely turn around those uncertainties for your good, irrespective of how they seem to be— the needs, the troubles, or the trials. Through those uncertainties, still learn to trust in The Lord, in whom all things consist.

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