I asked God for a miracle and He came through.
When I asked Him, I had told him I’d fast for two full days if He helped. With my past record of not keeping my word with Him, I told him to give me a chance to show him that I could be trusted now.
A few minutes later, what I prayed for came through.
I was stunned. I hadn’t felt God move that way in a while so the next day, I deleted my social media apps and closed the fridge.
The first day was struggle for me. I had always broken my fast earlier than I was supposed to but this time I was determined. I had to prove to God that I could be trusted so that He’d help again when I called.
The next day, I woke up not even hungry for food or social media but because I was aware that I hadn’t eaten the day before, I was very uneasy. I broke the fast and told myself that I’d start again the next day.
When I put the food in my mouth, I wasn’t satisfied. Even when I checked my timelines on social media, nothing was appealing to me. It was definitely a bad case of ruining something good for a moment of pleasure because there was really no pleasure.
Later in the day, I got an email with an update about the prayer I had made and immediately, my heart was bothered.
I thought God had taken his miracle back because I didn’t complete my fast. However, I opened it, I realized that it was just a general update and nothing bad.
Something spoke to me and checked me real quick and I believe it was the Holy Spirit.
Was that how low I viewed God -that he’d take his blessings away because I didn’t keep my end of the bargain?
Did I think God was petty?
God is faithful and he remains so, even in my own unfaithfulness. He’s not competing with me.
I will be completing the fast today to hold myself to my word, but even if I didn’t, God wouldn’t change who He is because of that.
It’s important that I write these things down as I take steps back to God and relearn who He is.
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This is so beautiful
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