Monday, 24 February 2020

Deep Roots

You can’t find firm footing in a swamp, but life rooted in God stands firm.
Proverbs 12:3, MSG

TODAY'S WORD:
When the ground is saturated, even a big sturdy oak tree with an extensive root system that extends beyond its canopy can be blown over by high winds.

 That’s because most of its roots are less than twelve inches deep and don’t have anything to anchor to.

It’s the same principle in life.

 We all have things that come against us—a medical issue, a business downturn, a child gets in trouble. What’s going to determine whether or not you stand strong and outlast these storms is the depth of your roots.

The reason some people are always upset, offended, and discouraged is that they only have surface roots. They’re moved by what somebody said or did or something unfair. They’re always being tossed to and fro. But when you have deep roots, when you know that God is in control, you’re not moved by what doesn’t go your way. The winds may blow, but you’re still standing.

PRAYER FOR TODAY:
“Father, thank You for giving me the promise that because my roots are in You, I will not be moved.

 Help me to sink my roots of faith deeper in You and trust in Your faithfulness. I declare that I am strong in You and in the power of Your might. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
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