Who is Your Connector

Lizzy made her usual prayer before stepping out to start the day. She needed a favour in an office where she had an appointment but didn’t have anyone to help or speak on her behalf, so she relied on God.

As she walked into the office, her faith was still intact, but a few moments later, due to the unfriendly tones of the workers(staff), her faith in God dropped. “Can I really get what I need?” she asked herself.

A few minutes later, she was called into the next office. While walking in there, she kept praying and asking God for favour but still doubted if God had heard her prayers. Her fears and doubts increased when she noticed how those who came like her knew one or more people who could help.

Lizzy was through with her appointment and was asked to go without getting what she needed from that office when an advanced woman walked in and, on seeing Lizzy, she asked her (Lizzy) if she was through, and Lizzy replied in the affirmative. Lizzy then told her that she needed a favour. Immediately, this woman, who seemed to be the most harsh and unfriendly person in the office, swung into action to help Lizzy. In less than 1hr 30mins, Lizzy was attended to again, and her favour was granted.

As she left the office building, someone asked her if she succeeded, and she replied. He was interested in who helped her and who she knew. These were Lizzy’s words “God is my Connector, and He went before me.”

When God wants to help you, He can use anyone irrespective of their friendly or unfriendly attitude. Your duty is to pray and believe. Don’t think for God.
The Bible tells us that the heart of a king is in his hands.

Have you put confidence in man, money, certificates, and in your works for God rather than confidence in the Word of God? Don’t forget that the arm of man can fail, but God never fails. He wants total dependency on Him.


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