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Four Days Late,

but not too late for a supernatural miracle.

Have you been waiting on God for your miracle?

You have been waiting for a long time.

Your need is desperate and you immediately sent for the Lord to come to your rescue.

You know for certain that God received your message, but He deliberately tarry.

The Lord did not come when you call Him.

You waited and waited until it was too late.

Death came instead and you gave up in defeat.

Four days later or even years later, Jesus appeared.

What would you say to Him?

Would you speak to Him or would chase Him away?

Afterall He was not present when you needed Him.

Sometimes we gave up too quickly on God because He never seems to give us the answers that we need immediately when we call.

God seems so far away and our problems are ever present.

Perhaps this was how Mary felt when Jesus tarried until her brother died.

She heard that Jesus had finally arrived, but she remained inside the house mourning, refusing to acknowledge Him.

But, Jesus did not give up on Mary. He sent for her.

Jesus wanted to comfort Mary, to weep with her and to let her know that He is the resurection and life.

Therefore, regardless of your situation, even if it is dead and decaying when Jesus shows up, be ready to meet Him.

Be ready to listen and obey His Word.

Be ready to believe that Jesus will breathe life into you dead situation because He is the reaurrection and life.

Be ready to understand that Jesus loves you so much that even when He is four days late He is still not too late to give you your miracle.

Halelujah! What a Savior!

Thank you, Lord!

But I know, that even now, whatsoever thou wilt ask of God, God will give it thee. Jesus saith unto her, thy brother shall rise again. (John 11:22-23)

Reference: John 11



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