Of course, we would desire to have the kind of faith Deut. 31:8 makes reference to. So, why is it we succumb so easily to the fiery dart that this kind of faith is impossible for us? Why is it we believe Satan’s lies before we believe God’s Truths?
Many of my friends, fellow Christians, are refusing to even entertain the idea that they should still be expected to actively serve God in their “twilight” years. Maybe I missed it, but I don’t recall reading about retirement in scripture.
The Lord orchestrates all our circumstances to work together for our welfare. His plan always prevails regardless of our struggles, character deficiencies or self-doubt.
The mystery revealed herein is this: The supplied need is the goal of our prayer, but glory to God is the goal of the Holy Spirit. When our goal comes into agreement with God’s, then we become a partner in His will.