TRACING ELOHIM


If you asked Joseph when he first got to Egypt as a slave boy, “Who did this to you?”, he probably would have said, “My brothers did me this great injustice.” Or if he was like many believers he would say, “the devil did this to me.” He never could have thought Elohim did it! At best nobody would understand.
     Can Elohim be that wicked? Does God cause bad things to happen to His righteous ones? All these and many more such questions arises in the mind of people ignorant of how Elohim works. At the beginning of life’s equation we often don’t sight God, but at the end He becomes so visible in the equation.

“And as for you, ye meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive.” Genesis 50:20
This words by Joseph are not nice cliche, this understanding came to him after many years of suffering in Egypt. He eventually knew Elohim was in the equation of his difficulty when he stood before Pharaoh. When the dream of Pharaoh reached his ears.
Joseph finally traced Elohim and discovered Elohim was in his life all along. He was never alone. Never abandoned. If you are a child of Elohim; trace Elohim . Don’t call your life a mistake. Whatever you are doing today, where ever you today; trace Elohim.

~House of Israel Lagos

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