One day, a boy in his plaid shirt and his scumble shoes, too good for all his friends, walked down the street shop every day. He had a secret, and he camouflaged it well without a trace of weakness to the world until one day, it began to be exposed. Bad habits die hard, and as he tried to let his secret go, he struggled in his weakness invariably slipping to reveal a shadow of weakness, struggling to hide it from the world. Sometimes a dirty secret may have fetched you too much to lose, but when you meet Jesus, and he asks for you to give it up, he will provide the strength to let it go even if it feels impossible. The boy finally made it clean like his milk-like shiny teeth, and even if you can’t do it, Jesus will do it for you because, in your weaknesses, he is strong.
The consequences of a secret weakness may be overbearing at first, however, he can make a way because his yoke is easy and his burden is light and the Lord promises in his word, that if you abide in him ( prayerful lifestyle ), he will make a way of escape from your past for a brand new happy life with Jesus.
The boy began to take it to the Lord in prayer, and he bowed before him during the day, and night, asking for direction to resolve the problem. Asking the Lord concerning prayer requirements, and other requirements is a crucial step in your deliverance. As you follow those instructions, you will have peace and he will make a way. What felt like the ugliest nightmare at first turned into a song he felt when he first met his first love, turned into the sight of happy fields basking in the sun, turned into the happiest day of his life.
1 Corinthians 10:13
‘No temptation has overtaken you except the one which is common to man, but God is faithful who will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you are able, but with the temptation, he will also make a way of escape, that you may be able to bear it.’
John 15: 5
‘I am the vine and you are the branches; if you remain in me, and I in you, you will bear much fruit.’
Note: the story is a parable used to illustrate the teachings of Lord Jesus.