- Sarah was 90 years old when God gave her a son. After the birth of Isaac, Sarah was so full of the joy of the Lord that she just had to laugh! Whatever yourMessage 1 of 1 , May 2, 2010View Source
Sarah was 90 years old when God gave her a son. After the birth of Isaac, Sarah was so full of the joy of the Lord that she just had to laugh! Whatever your circumstances may be today, God wants to make you laugh. He wants to fill you with joy knowing that He has a blessing in store for you. Maybe you are sick and you know God has told you you are going to be well. Or you are struggling financially, but God is saying He is going to prosper you. Perhaps your family is pulled apart. God is saying He is going to bring them back together. Do not listen to negative, self-defeating thoughts. Instead, remember the story of Abraham and Sarah. No matter how you may feel, no matter how bad it looks, let out the laugh of faith and just say, "Ha, ha! I have got inside information. I know God has already worked it out. He has already arranged things in my favor. It's just a matter of time before the promises come to pass."
"And Sarah said, God has made me to laugh; all who hear will laugh with me." Genesis 21:6 AMP
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