DAY 15

The study of ELIZABETH (Luke 1)

ELIZABETH, a daughter of the family of a priest who got married to a priest, they were both righteous before God yet experienced barrenness. 

A proof that our walk with God does not mean we will or may not experience challenges; the consolation there is that we will overcome and it will end with glory. If it take suspending the protocols of man, God will surely make it happen.

Note: ELIZABETH even when striken in years childless, blameless before God according to the scripture, he didn't stop his priestly duty.(vs 7-9)

What will make you stop your walk with God, can you be like ELIZABETH and still stay in your duty post even when it seems God is not saying anything concerning your predicament? 

Will you still be willing to give your all to Him in service to the body?
God visited him in the place of his service, in the duty post.....

The were stead fast with God even when it seems God was silent about their long years if childlessness and God visited in the duty post.

Dear WOMAN, will you still stay with God even when it does not look like He is working things out for you? (job seeking, life partner, infirmity, illnesses) tribulation, trails and storms, will they be capable of separating you from the love of God? 

Will you leave God and seek for help and solution else where and hate/blame God for not doing anything about you?  Dear one, let nothing away you from God's embrace and presences. 

John 16:33
These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have PEACE. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I HAVE OVERCOME THE WORLD. 

The bible confirms that we will go through tribulation but our consolation is that we know that we have overcome through Christ our Lord; victory lies ahead of every trouble.

Sandra Oluwadamilola Akinwande 
Pen of the ready Writer

The study of ELIZABETH: The woman of obedience