The Frame 2.

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"The size of your frame doesn't matter neither does the shape or make, all that matters is that, we are all framed in and can never break out."

Within a frame, a thing stays fastened thereby giving the owner the assurances that their property is secured.
God put us in a frame to help us stay within cause and not stray away out of our paths. Never forget we are all created for a purpose and we should live to fulfil that purpose.
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When God created the world, He made sure it was beautiful and good for living and habitation by the living being.


Blessed!


Saul as a case study.

We all know the story of Saul whose duty (before he finally adjusted to his frame) was to persecute the body of Christ.
At that time the church in Jerusalem suffered terribly, with Saul acting like a bounty hunter on hire.
All of the Lord’s followers, except the apostles, were scattered everywhere in Judea and Samaria. images.jpeg

When the council members heard Stephen’s speech, they were angry and furious.
But Stephen was filled with the Holy Spirit. He looked toward heaven, where he saw our glorious God and Jesus standing at his right side.
Then Stephen said, “I see heaven open and the Son of Man standing at the right side of God!”
The council members shouted and covered their ears. At once they all attacked Stephen
and dragged him out of the city. Then they started throwing stones at him. The men who had brought charges against him put their coats at the feet of a young man named Saul.
As Stephen was being stoned to death, he called out, “Lord Jesus, please welcome me!”
He knelt down and shouted, “Lord, don’t blame them for what they have done.” Then he died.- Acts 7:54-60

In fact, Saul was present at the stoning to death of Stephen and it was he who is said to have approved it.

Acts 8:1. Saul approved the stoning of Stephen.


Saul did everything he could to put an end to the ministry of Christ and he did a pretty good job until be was arrested by Christ in his way to Damascus.


Saul the persecutor of Christ turns to Paul the defender of Christians.

Saul did everything he could to start away from his frame but instead kept bumping on it because, the whole idea of the frame is that, you can never fall out because it is designed to be that way.
Saul Becomes a follower of the Lord after his failed mission to Damascus.

When Saul had almost reached Damascus, a bright light from heaven suddenly flashed around him.

He fell to the ground and heard a voice that said, “Saul! Saul! Why are you so cruel to me?”
“Who are you?” Saul asked.

“I am Jesus,” the Lord answered. “I am the one you are so cruel to.

Now get up and go into the city, where you will be told what to do.”
Acts 9: Paul is born after his frame failed to break loose.


The frame works.

No matter how we do with life, we are all framed in and will never fall off because there is a purpose we all have to live up to.

If you fight too hard to get out of your frame, you will end up getting hurt more time than usual because, bumping into the frame will leave scars but it will never break.

The story of a man is written before he was born and his entire life is framed in a way it will never break.

Don't fight to break out of your frame because it will never happen. If you fight too hard, you will just end up being badly placed inside your frame but never outside it.

Saul did everything he could to get out of his frame but failed so hard that he eventually fitted right back into that frame.
There is no winning over GOD, HE is the King of kings, Lord of lords and all present through time.


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