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Genesis 35:18 Rachel was about to die, but with her last breath she named the baby Ben-oni (which means “son of my sorrow”). The baby’s father, however, called him Benjamin (which means “son of my right hand”).

Praise God. Beloved I came across this verse and find out that a wise person does not make a decision when he/she is in pains/dismay/distress.
And one that says I do make a good decision when anger just know that God is involve.

Brethren multiple people have said something wrong while they were in pains, let’s take a look on that of Rachel, “Leaving Bethel, Jacob and his clan moved on toward Ephrath. But Rachel went into labor while they were still some distance away. Her labor pains were intense.
After a very hard delivery, the midwife finally exclaimed, “Don’t be afraid you have another son.
Rachel was about to die, but with her last breath she named the baby Ben-oni (which means “son of my sorrow”). The baby’s father, however, called him Benjamin (which means “son of my right hand”).
What I love in this story was the immediate intervention of the father when he heard the name, I believe he perceived that was negative and he called the child Benjamin.
Jabez in “1 Chronicles 4:9 There was a man named Jabez who was more honorable than any of his brothers. His mother named him Jabez because his birth had been so painful.
The name Jabez is Hebrew (yabetz) for "distress or pain"; his mother stated "I gave birth to him in pain". Jabez was labelled with "sorrow" at birth, but his prayer against contracting sorrow nullified the label. His life contradicted his name.
In his case he realize the meaning of his name when he was grown into a man and prayed, things changed. Beloved prayers changes things, while that of Benjamin was turned immediately.
This brings me to this word that your breakthrough, deliverance or miracles has timing, just continue to rejoice with those that as received their, while you keep praying for your own turn.
Do not accept negativity.
G🙏🙏DM🙏RNING, God Bless You And Shalom.

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