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To learn strong faith is to endure great trials. I have learned my faith by standing firm amid severe testings. –George Mueller

Do not be surprised, then, dear child of God, if you are tempted at every step of your earthly journey, and almost beyond endurance; but you will not be tempted beyond what you are able to bear, and with every temptation there will be a way of escape. — F.B. Meyer

Are temptations blessings when it reveals weaknesses and drive us to the Almighty Savior? Can God say to Satan have you tried my servant Tangie knowing I, you, will keep the faith and pass the test?

Do you believe your life as a Christian can be compared to running a marathon while enduring pain and exhaustion to make it to the finish line? If so, was it easy for you in the beginning and it is now difficult to continue running the race?

Job, Apostle Paul and many others went through extreme hardships but endured to the end. What about us? How many of us will endure to finish line?

In hardship, we must keep our eyes on our Almighty God and remain faithful even unto death.

There are numerous Bible verses that speak on this topic. For example, in 2 Timothy 4:6 “For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith.” Can we truthfully say that we have kept the faith?

Closing Prayer

Spiritual Mother Copeland shared “Father, thank You for Your grace and mercy in or lives. Thank You for giving us the strength to handle anything that comes our way. We love You and receive Your empowerment in every area. In Jesus’ name!”


Versatile Christian Blogger, wife of Minister Woods, mother of 3, grandmother of 3.

8 thoughts on “Endurance

    1. Thank you for sharing your comment. Job’s story of faith in God in the midst of troubled times showed just how sealed in the foundation of God he was in Truth, perseverance and devotion to the one Living God. We have been studying the Book of Job in Bible studies for the last two weeks.

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    1. Good morning, Sister Linda, thank you for reading and supporting MRS. T’S CORNER spiritual blogs. I hope you have a peaceful day in the loving arms of Jesus. Stay safe and warm.


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