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Cling on to Him!

Hi friends,

You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the people. Psalm 77:14
Glad to greet you all today with another testimony!

I have not touched enough my new personal laptop I would say. As my roommate’s husband came here to be with her this weekend and as he didn’t bring his laptop and as they both thought to work from home today, they needed another laptop. She asked me whether she could use mine for today and I don’t know why I was hesitant to say okay, but then somehow I handed it to them and called one of my colleagues to walk with me toward office.
He is not working in my project, but then I was just telling about a question which my client manager has asked me last evening. I came up with many complex things to answer her this morning, but during our conversation he just spoke one simple line. It was highly non-technical. But God gave me a very good hint from his line and I was able to come up with a pretty simple logic which the client gladly accepted. I feel extraordinary glad this morning while I type this message.
Though I didn’t know the reason why my roommate’s husband came here without his laptop when he was planning to work from home, why she asked me my laptop to work from the home, why I handed it to her (not wholeheartedly) which kept her from not accompanying me to office today, why I called my colleague to walk with me (seriously I didn’t even know that I would even talk to him about the issue) today, but I could very much feel now that God was working FOR ME.
I’m very thankful to Him that He always works in the ways I cannot understand. This is not only about a simple project issue. It’s totally about the way how God meets the needs of His people. Sometimes I feel like why everything goes out of my control and why I’m struggling with many things all alone in this new environment. But when I think of how God met my need this morning amazingly, I feel much comforted by Him that He would take care of the rest of the things too wonderfully. Though I don’t have a clear idea on how He is going to do impossible things possible, I very much know that He will make impossible things possible through His own ways. I need not instruct Him. He knows how to meet my needs at the right time.
My friend, do you have a need today? Please be reminded that you have a living God with you! What an awesome God we serve! And with Him all things are possible! You just need to cling on to Him.

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