Fainting in Days of Adversity-Revelatory Concept

This is a new series from Dr. Aikens entitled "Revelatory Words and Concepts" These revelatory nuggets are curated by Jane Babich from Bootcamp Teachings and Podcasts. All of these concepts are rooted in Apostle Aikens heart toward equipping ministries and ministers for the work of the end times. Proverbs 24:10 tells us, "If we faint in the day of adversity; our strength is small." The concept of "fainting" used in Proverbs 24 in Hebrew is "ra'phah," it signifies "If we suddenly feel lackadaisical, sluggish, unresponsive as if dead, or if we back up, fall out or drawback from standing in our day of adversity; we have become part of the problem, not the solution. Adversity Adversity is unfavorable events, circumstances, or conditions marked by misfortune, tragedy, calamity, or distress. Problem A problem is an unwelcome or predicted situation preventing something from being…

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Upheld By God’s Hand-Revelatory Concept

This is a series from Dr. Aikens entitled "Revelatory Words and Concepts" These revelatory nuggets are curated by Jane Babich from Bootcamp Teachings and Podcasts. These concepts are rooted in Apostle Aikens's heart toward equipping ministries and ministers for the work of the end times. Psalm 37: 17-24 For the arms of the wicked shall be broken: but the Lord upholds the righteous. The Lord knoweth the days of the upright: and their inheritance shall be forever. They shall not be ashamed in the evil time: and in the days of famine, they shall be satisfied. But the wicked shall perish, and the enemies of the Lord shall be as the fat of lambs: they shall consume; into smoke shall they consume away. The wicked borroweth, and payeth not again: but the righteous shows mercy, and giveth. For such as be blessed of him shall…

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Be Not Weary

"Weary", is a word that when we even hear it, we can feel our energy trying to drain out of us, just as the sound of the word. If we look at what weary means we will find various descriptions but these two are the most interesting and apply to us as "Warriors of Well Doing". First, weary is described as feeling or showing tiredness. When we hear, "she is so weary working and carrying for sick children", we relate to the fact that she is not getting enough sleep and even more, she has no time for herself, therefore she is weary and we feel her weariness. Secondly and more to the heart of the matter when we feel weary, it is described as reluctant to see or experience any more of what we have been dealing with or…

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