The Chamber room Experience - Intimacy and immersion in His Presence

Recent Posts

Intercession through the arts
To be or not to be
We are here
Love is victor


Prophetic Chatter
The Prophetic Voice of Hebrew
The Writings
Voices of Christ
powered by

My Blog

To be or not to be

As we continue on this journey we have to get to the place of knowing how to encourage ourselves. We have read how David encouraged himself in the Lord and we have read and heard about the fact that the joy of the Lord is our strength. We have heard it preached, but it seems that no one is really escorting us into how to do this and what it really means. Oh, sure it is easy to exult in the Lord when all is going well, but when a child has died, when you have been fired from your job, or when you are at the point of divorce  or false accusation how to you praise Him? How do you forget about your now situation and focus on Him? 
These are not easy situations to be in, but I submit to you that this is a choice. This is something that you must do on purpose. No one is happy or joyful by accident and you depend on joy coming by external happenings. Joy comes from the inside and so if there is nothing on the inside then of course you cannot expect it to come. My question to you is this: IF you are saved and in relationship with Yeshua and if Ruach Kodesh (Holy Spirit) dwells on the INSIDE of you, then the joy in fact IS there so why can't you draw from that place? When someone passes of course we are to mourn because it is a loss and it affects so many. But to go on in a depressed state because of it or because someone has walked out on you, fired you, talked about you, or falsely accused you is unacceptable. The devil wants you in a place of anger and depression. The adversary wants you in a place where you cannot experience the Presence of Yehovah and bask in His unexplainable joy. Why would you be so distracted (because that is what it is) that you cannot see the Lord in the midst of your circumstances? He alone is our strength and remedy for any and all situations. People say things like, "I am human." That very well may be, but we are called to be super human, to be more than conquerors and to run to Him because HE is a very present help in our time of need.
Can you just say to yourself, "Yes, this has happened, but it won't destroy me." We have not been taken out of the world and remember Yeshua said that we would have tribulation, but He overcame! 
 2 Corinthians 4:7 But we have this treasure in clay jars, so that it will be evident that such overwhelming power comes from God and not from us. 8 We have allkinds of troubles, but we are not crushed; we are perplexed, yet not in despair; 9 persecuted, yet not abandoned; knocked down, yet not destroyed. 10 We always carry in our bodies the dying of Yeshua, so that the life of Yeshua may be manifested in our bodies too. 11 For we who are alive are always being handed over to death for Yeshua’s sake, so that Yeshua’s life also might be manifested in our mortal bodies. CJB

So then BE encouraged and on purpose! We have so much more going on from within us. To be or not to be- that is a choice. 

Shalom to you and within your gates. 

Prophet Nabiyah Baht Yehuda Mattocks © 2014

1 Comment to To be or not to be:

Comments RSS
Reaghan on Saturday, September 27, 2014 11:49 AM
Thank you for this reminder. I struggle with this always. This trial I keep running into I have been struggling with all my life. People whether it be at work, family anywhere seem to have this opposition or deep rooted hate for me. The funny thing is I don't have any interaction with them!!! There is this woman on my job for some reason or another hates me. I don't even talk to her unless I need to. That's just the nature of the job. But I noticed others are doing the same thing. They seem repulsed by me. And this makes me angry because I want to know what is the deal. If I did or said something let me know so I can right it and everyone can move forward in peace. But the more I pray about it the more chaos comes. I can't help to say I am very tired and it has left me with a lack of desire and excitement about what God is doing. I don't understand why I have been afflicted this way. I keep saying Jesus was rejected but it doesn't help me. This affliction I want to understand because I'm offending people at least I will know and I can change it. But no one is speaking to me and God is not answering. So what to do now? I'm stuck.
Reply to comment

Add a Comment

Your Name:
Email Address: (Required)
Make your text bigger, bold, italic and more with HTML tags. We'll show you how.
Post Comment