Thursday, October 16, 2014

SONG IN THE DESERT

BY ANGELINE M DURAN SANTIAGO


 You have a song, so sing it!
Lift your voice, Raise it high,
Sing your song.
Pour out your heart through your song,
Sing it with all your might!

I am writing to those of you that may find yourselves in the desert of the unknown....

You know what I'm talking about....

The ministry that remains stagnate,
The prayers that seem unanswered,

The desires in your heart to serve God, but something always gets in the way,
Your calling to do great things for the Lord and somehow no matter how you work at it, you're stuck in phase one, no growth, nothing...

SING IN YOUR DESERT
SING THROUGH YOUR DESERT



I'm talking to the preacher within you that hasn't been able to preach,

I'm reaching out to the singer, the musician, the dancer, the artist and the child of God wanting to serve and hasn't found a church to serve in, to belong to, to be part of....
 
 SING IN THE DESERT,
SING THROUGH YOUR DESERT.

Leaders in ministry that want to do more but have other leaders rise against them, stopping them, keeping them back...

You're in the desert.
You're stuck somewhere between going forward and wanting to go back, back to what?
You're stuck because you have received a message from God for the church and they don't understand or receive it....



The desert of decision is before you and you can either walk through it and get to the end where the rivers flow, the trees welcome you with shade, and the sun will no longer be overbearing.

But, as you get there,
As you walk through your desert,
Through your dry moments,
Through the valley of despair,
God has given you a song,
So sing it!

Sing, Sing, Sing!
Sing your song of Victory!
Sing your song of Triumph!

SING IN YOUR DESERT,
SING THROUGH YOUR DESERT,
GOD IS YOUR VICTORY!
YOUR TIME TO DO WHAT GOD PLACED IN YOUR HEART IS COMING!
YOUR TIME TO BE WHAT GOD HAS CALLED YOU TO BE IS ON IT'S WAY!

God has not abandoned you, and He never will!

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