Learn life’s lessons in the palace or wilderness

See, I have set before thee this day life and good, and death and evil. (Deuteronomy 30:15)

‘Divine Training can either be in the palace with prosperity, or in the wilderness in poverty


God is not particular about the classroom-you get to make the choice- Palace or Wilderness.


Moses began his lessons in Pharaoh’s palace, in a prosperous environment.

However, when he flunked the test, the training continued, but shifted to the wilderness, in a harsher environment.

Moses had to retake the lessons, and the test of leadership, in the wilderness and in Jethro’s humble home.

God the excellent teacher, uses circumstances: whether prosperity or adversities, to prepare us for greater responsibility.

For as long as it takes to learn the lessons, God will patiently teach us until Godliness is formed in us.

Palace or wilderness, early years or later years, in prosperity or poverty – your yieldedness will determine your environment for learning.

Some learn better in a harsh environment, in abject poverty: while others learn better in a peaceful place, in prosperity.

God is faithful to customize your lessons and place of training, to suit your level of awareness.

I šŸ™ pray for you today, that you learn life’s lessons in peace with prosperity.

Prayers:

“…the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you.(Peter 5:10)

I ask that God, who later made His will clearly known to Moses by the pillar of fire and cloud, also make His will clearly known to you.

I pray also that more grace abound to you for yieldedness and obedience, in Christ matchless name. Amein. Shalom.

From Hephzibah Christly #theSpiritualWarrior

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