HANDS OFF THE WORD

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HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div

“Cease from anger, and forsake wrath: fret not thyself in any wise to do evil.” (Psalm 37:8).
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A life was lost in Israel because a pair of human hands were laid unbidden upon the ark of God. They were placed upon it with the best intentions to steady it when trembling and shaking as the oxen drew it along the rough way, but they touched God’s work presumptuously, and they fell paralyzed and lifeless.

Much of the life of faith consists in letting things alone. If we wholly trust an interest to God we can keep our hands off it, and He will guard it for us better than we can help Him. “Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for Him.

Fret not thyself in any wise because of him that prospereth in the way, because of the man that bringeth wickedImage result for HANDS OFF THE WORD devices to pass.” Things may seem to be going all wrong, but He knows as well as we; and He will arise in the right moment if we are really trusting Him so fully as to let Him work in His own way and time.

There is nothing so masterly as inactivity in some things, and there is nothing so hurtful as restless working, for God has undertaken to work His sovereign will.

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