Bible Study on Allowing God To Pull Our Hand Brakes And Nudge Us Onto Safety according to Job 16:16-19, Psalm 119:2, Matthew 6:33

God interrupts whatever we do so that we can join him and fellowship with us. However, it is natural tendencies for us to draw away from God, because we know that we need to change and thus become fearful of that. When God intervenes it is always for our good and the place that He leads us to is the best and safest place for us. We must want it and pursue God’s intervention in order for God to come in. He will gives us the wisdom, strength and grace to face any circumstances and when everything comes down around us.

As children of God and Christ followers, we can create  opportunities for God to intervene in our lives. What activates God’s intervention in times of difficulty is through earnest prayer as seen in Job: 16. 16. My face is red with weeping, And on my eyelids is the shadow of death; 17. Although there is no violence in my hands, And my prayer is pure. 18. O earth, cover not thou my blood, And let my cry have no [resting] -place. 19. Even now, behold, my witness is in heaven, And he that voucheth for me is on high. Because our God is a good God that is loving and caring for His children.

The 2nd way in allowing God’s  intervention is by seeking God and everything of Him with a whole heart and you will be blessed with Godly and good testimonies as charged in Psalm: 119. 2. Blessed are they that keep his testimonies, That seek him with the whole heart.

And the 3rd way is by putting God in our lives and put Him first before everything, before your crown, your jewels, your wealth, your career, your status and reputation, your family and children, your health and life. Matthew: 6. 33. But seek ye first his kingdom, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.

We to are never alone, for God will always be around protecting us from harm, that is faith in God. We pray that God be the pillar of cloud by day and pillar of fire at night.

Bible Study On Living Righteously And Abundantly By Seeking And Fulfilling God’s Words According To Romans 10:3, Romans 8:7, Matthew 6:33


The self righteous are fools 99% of the time, according to the Holy Bible that it is foolish and deadly to proclaim and establishing own self righteousness, that presumes that it will surpass the law and meet God’s standards. For those who do not desire to seek God’s righteousness, will always distance themselves from the true teachings of God, for they think they do not need God to make them right in the first place. As witnessed in Romans 10. 3. For being ignorant of God’s righteousness, and seeking to establish their own, they did not subject themselves to the righteousness of God.

At the lowest continuum, are self righteous that not only established their own law and disregarding what has spoken by God to be true and also use money and worldly materials to establish their own law and standards of living. In
Romans 10. 4. For Christ is the end of the law unto righteousness to every one that believeth. This means that self righteous who establish their own law is avoiding the ultimate law of righteousness and salvation and their own laws will never be the end of the law during judgement. It is only through Jesus that we can meet the law and have righteousness and salvation.

The Holy Bible goes to say the Law of God forbids the self righteous chasing after worldly, material and lust in the flesh, which is against the will of God and despises Him. As in Romans 8. 7. because the mind of the flesh is enmity against God; for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can it be: 8. and they that are in the flesh cannot please God.

But seek ye first His kingdom, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Matthew 6:33. Seeking God’s Words, righteousness and salvation is the ultimate law and our final destination. This will not only keep us in good faith and spirit, and the blessings and abundance of God will come at the right moment and actions. We thank you Lord and Amen.