Welcome back to my daily blogs everyone. Thank you for joining me on these spiritual life lessons as I continue to write dreams, visions and life experiences I've experienced in my life. It is always a great pleasure to be doing the work of our Lord Jesus Christ.
One day, I had a dream of David the shepherd boy. I saw him walking in the desert, alone with Goliath. Beside him was my father. David had some sort of a slingshot, took a stone, and shot the stone on Goliaths forehead putting him down. David went back to Goliath, took the stone from his forehead, and gave it to my father along with his slingshot. He said to him, "The same way the Lord was with me and I took down Goliath, so anyone who stands in your way the Lord will deal with. Trust in God just as I did. When you trust in him, you will surprise the people by what you can do. In the same way Israels army didn't believe their eyes that I put Goliath down, so you will defeat greater beasts that the people of the world cannot believe also." My father took the stone and the slingshot and kept it in his pocket.
This is a beautiful dream that David the shepherd boy gave to me. He emphasized the importance of trusting in God, and that by doing so you can do great and marvellous things. I 100% agree with David. Too often, we trust in man, rather than God. We should never place our trust In man. If you do this, you will be disappointed. But, God will never disappoint you.
At times in our daily lives, we might encounter situations where it might be very difficult to trust in God. However, if you just hang on tight to trusting in God, you will also be surprised. I admire my fathers trust in God. I remember a time when my father had about $5 in his account. He continued to trust in God and he blessed him in other ways. This was about seven years ago that I saw this amount in his account. Guess what, seven years later we are still making a living. Even the people who break their backs day and night working are confused, but they always call my father blessed. The hard workers say to my father, "We work day and night, and we can barely cover our expenses. You don't work, but you are still surviving. God is with you."
Let us remember to always, TRUST IN JESUS!
I am excited to share my spiritual life lessons with all of you. I thank you sincerely for joining me on this journey. I will be sharing every spiritual lesson I've learned in my life, every story of my father's life, every spiritual dream I had that came true, absolutely everything!
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God bless you all always,
Roberto W Rafo.