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GOD’S ‘HEART-FIXING’ PROCESS



“Psalm 112:6-7 “Surely he shall not be moved forever: the righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance.  He shall not be afraid of evil tidings: his heart is fixed, trusting in the Lord.” 


 Luke 1:45 “Blessed is she that believed: for there shall be a performance of those things which were told her from the Lord.”


Proverbs 3:25-26 “Do not be afraid of sudden terror, nor of trouble from the wicked when it comes; for the Lord will be your confidence, and will keep your foot from being caught.”


Focus: Experiencing the Reality of the Power of God, as He Faithfully Fulfills His Promises to Fix our hearts.


Whenever God makes a statement about any issue in our lives, He fully intends to bring it to pass for our good and His Glory.  He declares in the first verse, that the heart of the righteous is fixed, and he shall not be afraid of evil tidings.  Since God said, that without Him we can do nothing, it therefore means that He is the one who will fix our hearts and make them fearless.  The second verse strengthens the point and gives us assurance by saying that, ‘there shall be a Performance of what we are told by God.’


We are further Promised a Blessing, when we Believe that God is able to Perform what He has Promised.  God wants us to have the right attitude to Him.  He wants us to Believe in His Power and Trust His Wisdom, as He goes through the Process of Fixing our hearts from Fear.  In the third verse, He says, that we must not be afraid even when the situation is sudden and terrifying, with the inclusion of trouble from the wicked.  In this very situation, God will FORTIFY our hearts, with His Divine Confidence.  He will cause us to experience Supernatural quietness of heart, so that we can clearly hear His Voice, as He gives us the right thoughts, words and actions that we will need to cope with the issue.


God will also Fix our hearts by causing us to Focus on Him in Prayer, so that He can give us His Supernatural Peace, that passes all understanding.  This Peace is so Powerful that it will keep our hearts and minds calm in the midst of Turmoil and Uncertainty.  Even when the situation looks hopeless, the Divine Confidence of God will keep us from panic, uneasiness, and the pressure of worry.  As God’s Confidence continues to work in our hearts, we are sustained as He draws us to reflect on past personal deliverances from Trouble, also those recorded in the Bible.  


One such deliverance is found in 2 Kings 4:17-37.  Sudden Terror came to that home when the woman’s only child suddenly became ill, and died that same day in her arms.  God’s Confidence was at work in her heart, giving her the Power to keep calm, so that she was able to hear and follow His Divine Guidance, and to seek the prophet to get help for her situation.  God kept her from being overwhelmed with grief.  He kept her knees from getting weak, and He kept her feet strong and steady as she followed His Direction.  God kept her mouth from speaking words of doubt and unbelief, even as He gave her precious words of Faith.  In the midst of Trouble and Tragedy, she was able to Testify; It shall be well, - and It is well. 


God has a particular reason for telling us that He has Fixed our hearts from Fear.  He has told us this beforehand, so that when He allows us to go through a Fearful situation, we will believe, as we experience His Confidence at work in us (John 14:29).  God is the same yesterday, today, and forever.  He caused Daniel to be FEARLESS in a den of hungry lions, and the three Hebrew boys to be FEARLESS in a furnace heated to the utmost extreme.  God encourages us to be strong in Him and in the Power of His might (Ephesians 6:10).  He says that in the world you shall have Tribulation, BUT, be of good CHEER, because He that is PRESENT to help you, is Greater than the PROBLEM that is trying to harm you (John 16:33, 1 John 4:4).  The OMNIPOTENT GOD who Loves you is PRESENT with you; PERSONALLY holding your hand and guiding your heart, moment-by-moment.

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