Do we struggles and responsibility weigh us down with frustration, boredom, or hopeless? Rest assured that God wants us to have a much better life, one that we enjoy, no matter what our circumstances.
Stop looking for true and lasting satisfaction in the wrong places, such as through our work, personal pleasure or accumulation of knowledge or material possessions. Realize that only He can provide the fulfillment we seek. Make a strong relationship with God our top priority. Understand that denying our self enjoyment does not somehow make us a more seriously spiritual person. God Himself is joyful and intends us to fully enjoy the gifts that God gives us. Go ahead and have fun pursuing our interest, knowing that as long we do not engage in anything harmful, we can enjoy our pursuits.
Understand that God has created all humans beings to engage in relationships with God and each other. Make us we were investing plenty of time and energy in relationship, which give us lots to enjoy. Pray about specific challenges in our relationship, trusting Him to give us the solution we need.
Ask Him to constantly search our heart and show our areas of sin that we need to to deal within order to truly enjoy life. Confess our sins honestly and frequently, repent of them and embrace His forgiveness and grace to keep growing. Expect that the more we submit every part of our life to Him, the more of God’s wisdom God will reveal to us. Prophet Manasseh believes that there is an end to every trial. Instead of giving into temptation, press closer into God and ask God to renew our strength during a hard time. If we do not see immediate answer to our prayers, keep praying and expect Him to answer them at exactly the right time. If you want to submit a prayer request for your mother, Prophet Manasseh Jordan will pray over for you and for your mother.
“Behold, what I have seen to be good and fitting is to eat and drink and find enjoyment in all the toil with which under the sun the few days of his life that God has given him, for this his lot.” (Ecclesiastes 5:18)