Jesus Christ came up out of the wilderness to proclaim the Good News – the Gospel. When you come up out of the wilderness, there is a message you carry that the world has to hear about. When people get healed from debilitating sicknesses or circumstances, there is a testimony from that experience which can and will encourage someone else who might be going through difficult times (wilderness). Scripture tells us in 1 Corinthians 10:31(amp) “No temptation [regardless of its source] has overtaken or enticed you that is not common to human experience [nor is any temptation unusual or beyond human resistance]; but God is faithful [to His word—He is compassionate and trustworthy], and He will not let you be tempted beyond your ability [to resist], but along with the temptation He [has in the past and is now and] will [always] provide the way out as well, so that you will be able to endure it [without yielding, and will overcome temptation with joy.”
In the wilderness, God remains faithful and committed to you via His covenant, He said “My Covenant, I will not break..” Psalm 89:34. You see friend, you coming up out of the wilderness is not just to say “I am back to reality”, oh no, there is a bigger assignment awaiting your coming up out of the wilderness. And that assignment in whatever category you might want to place it, is to proclaim (speak with boldness, declare un-equivocally without guilt or shame or condemnation) the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Coming up out of the wilderness is for you to share the message of Jesus Christ, your message is to proclaim hope to a dying world, recall the scripture says “Christ in you, the hope of glory.” Colossians 1:27. When you come up out of the wilderness, I hear the sound of the abundance of rain, I hear the sound of the abundance of grace working in and through you, I hear the sound of the abundance of compassion, I hear the sound of the abundance of joy, I hear the sound of the abundance of peace, I hear the sound of the abundance of real hope, I hear the sound of the abundance of strength saying “I can do this.”
Come up out of the wilderness and take your place in Him. You have been trained and built up for such a time as this.
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