Sometimes we become restless when things don’t go the way we expected them to. Sometimes we are too occupied worrying about our problems that we fail to see signs Good is showing us.
Here are the signs that God is about to bless you
1. Praying easily even when in trouble – Prayer is a solution to most of our problems. When you are regularly in prayer, God uses that moment of prayer to to show that He is about to fulfill His promises to you. After praying, you also feel like you get satisfied by letting God know what you want.Dr
what you see when you sleep should not be taken lightly because they sometimes manifest in real life. You might see yourself getting what you want in a dream as a way of letting you know you will have it soon.
When things start falling apart, possibly because you and I are doing something contrary to God’s will, He will gently nudge us with a bit of correction. The correction might come in the form of a job loss, a pay cut, or some unforeseen that nearly breaks your bank, however God isn’t going to leave you or forsake you (Heb 13:5), but does discipline every son or daughter He loves (Heb 12:6). This correction could bring you into a different direction…and a much better one at that. If we are left to ourselves and without discipline, then we are not a child of God, so see God’s correction and being His affection.
When God rebukes or corrects us to direct us, He doesn’t leave us directionless. If we are walking with God, we are more likely to see the path that He has for us, and besides, He lights the path by His Word because the Bible acts like a light in the darkness and this can keep us from stumbling (Psalm 119:105). If you have hid God’s Word in your heart, or memorized Scripture (Psalm 119:11)
It’s like you’ve got a flash light for every curve in the road and every hazard in the way. Without the guidance of God’s Word, we are depending on ourselves. It’s like taking a long journey without a map, GPS, or smart phone to a place you’ve never been, however, if you abide in Christ and in His Word, you can ask for anything within God’s will (John 15:4-5, 7), including directions on the path of life. When God corrects you, He also directs you, and directs you into something better. We know that God works all things together for our very best and it doesn’t matter whether it’s good or bad (Rom 8:28)
If God sees that you’re about to hurt yourself, then He might move things around in your life to get you out of that situation, whether it’s a job or in a relationship. God may be pushing you, or prompting you, by His Sprit, to change things. The Spirit of God knows what is best for us, better than we do ourselves, so try to listen to the Spirit’s prompting of His telling you to do something or to stop doing something. God may be pushing you out of or into a situation for your own benefit. That’s certainly something better and certainly something to think about.
God’s desire is for us to know Christ better, and that should be our desire too, but how can we know Him better? The Apostle Paul gives us some help. He wrote, “For as we share abundantly in Christ’s sufferings, so through Christ we share abundantly in comfort too” (2nd Cor 1:5). The more you know of Christ and His sufferings (Isaiah 53), the more you’ll know about Him, and the more you get to know Him, the more you’ll love Him, so God wants something better for us, and that is a personal, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ, which also gives you that same relationship with the Father, for whoever loves the Son, loves the Father.
God can use correction, direction, inspection, for our protection, and for our reflection, as He’s working us toward perfection, and that “push” sometimes hurts, but God’s corrections are done from affection.
The trials of life work together and move us forward in sanctification, and becoming more Christ-like. Can we learn to praise Him in the storm, in the uncertain future, and when we’re being pushed outside of our comfort zone? I say, “Yes!”
He is a God whom we can trust because only He can see around the blind corners of time. What He does in our lives may not always feel “better,” but we know that God doesn’t make mistakes.
All we can do is obey His Word, trust in God, and then leave everything else up to Him.