LIVING IN TOMBS-2
Mark 5:2 “And when he was come out of the ship, immediately there met him out of the tombs a man with an unclean spirit,”
I want you to know that there is more in your future than in your past. Whatever you’ve seen is nothing compared to what you’re yet to see. Can you compare your present hand held phone to the telephones that were in use ten or fifteen years ago?
I’m sure you can see the sharp contrast. If the makers of those phones have decided to hold on to their first series or version, the world wouldn’t have seen what we have now.
Likewise you, everything the world has seen about you is still infinitesimal compared to what is yet to be revealed. Hear this:
1Corinthians 2:9 “But as it is written Eye hath not seen nor ear heard neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.”
That’s one of the most powerful scriptures a believer should master, understand and run with. The interpretation is that; whatever has been seen, heard, imagined or desired is already outdated! It is nothing compared to what God can yet do.
I once read a story that said the first person to draw a painting showing a man on the moon was jailed! He was said to be crazy and has committed a sacrilege. They told him the moon is sacred so how can a mere mortal be seen on it, even though in a drawing.
Those folks are long dead and buried now but if only they can look back to see that man is not only on the moon, but now also exploring planet Mars.
Another thing a tomb represent is hopelessness. Somebody once said that, “Not even God can help an hopeless man”. Once a man losses hope, he is finished.
People in the tomb or grave are hopeless. This man from Gadara was living in a state of hopelessness. He doesn’t believe his life could get better. He begged Jesus to leave him at his current state. He was satisfied with his tomb home.
To be continued…
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