The Book of Job

by Lady Kea Simone

Have you ever looked at the many uses of apple cider vinegar? There are so many uses for this product. Today I may use it to help with my digestive system. Then tomorrow I may use it to get rid of those pesky gnats. The Bible can also be used for several different situations in our lives. When reading the Bible, I have to ask God to show me what I need at the time.

Today, I had an interesting conversation with someone who had drawn their own conclusion as to why someone around them was having so many problems in life. A lot of times we relate the Book of Job to Job being blessed after losing everything. If you don't know the story of Job, Job did not do anything wrong. God allowed the devil to cause havoc in Job's life as long as the devil didn't harm Job.

Now the interesting part of the story is when Job's friends visited Job. Initially, they didn't say anything, but when they began to speak, they judged Job. They kept trying to make him guilty of some hidden sin. They couldn't grasp that Job was not being punished by God. When we look at the lives of others, we need to keep our opinions to ourselves and pray for that person. Things are not always what they seem.

When people ask me to pray for them, I just pray. It ain't none of my business, what's going on in your personal life. I got enough stuff going on in my life, that I don't have time to be judging you or trying to point the finger at you. There is power in prayer. So the next time you see someone's life spiraling out of control, don't draw your own conclusions as to why. Just stop and pray for them. If there is something that God wants you to do, He will lead you. But the most important thing is, we must learn to pray first.

Prayer: The lady reading this tonight, I pray that her prayers are answered. I pray that you, God Almighty protect her. Protect her from evil. My Lord, keep her in your arms. In Jesus name. Amen.

Always a Lady,

Lady Kea Simone

The Book of Job by Lady Kea Simone

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