No matter how many promises God has made, they are “Yes” in Christ. And so through him the “Amen” is spoken by us to the glory of God.
The good news is that when we surrender our hearts to the Lord, He empowers us to fulfill every one of his commands. He equips us for every good work because he wants to see us live a blessed life. That’s why his promises are “yes” and “amen”.
Never tell your problems to anyone. 20% don’t care and the other 80% are glad you have them.
Don’t look for perfection in others. You can’t give it in return.
Dear Father, we humbly come before you giving you all that we are. We trust that our times are in your hands and you are working things out in our favor. We set our focus on you knowing that you are working things out for our good.
In Jesus’ Name
My times are in your hands; deliver me from the hands of my enemies, from those who pursue me.
You may be going through some difficulty today, but be encouraged because your times are in God’s hands. Trust that the Lord has your best interest at heart. He wants to pour out his favor. He wants to take you further than you dreamed possible and work in your life in ways beyond what you have ever imagined. Let this truth sink down into your heart today. Resist discouragement by speaking his word over your future. Keep standing, keep hoping and keep believing because he is working behind the scenes. Have faith because your times are in his hands, and he will lead you in the life of victory he has for you.
If you love someone tell them, because hearts are often broken by words left unspoken.
There are things you don’t want to happen, but have to accept, things you don’t want to know, but have to learn, and people and circumstances you cant live without but have to let go.
Dear Father, we choose to give you thanks in all things. We know that you are a good God, and you have good plans in store for our future. We bless you and thank you for another day to sing your praise.
In Jesus’ Name
Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus.
When you are thankful, it opens the door for God to move on your behalf. That’s why it says “this is God’s will for you.” He wants you to be close to him to receive his strength and power by giving thanks. That’s why we should always have the attitude that says, “God, in spite of what’s happened, we choose to be grateful. We may be sick, but Father, thank you for being our healer. Thank you for giving us great friends and family.” Or, “We may be struggling in our marriage, but God, thank you for being our restorer. Thank you for giving us another sunrise.” As you give thanks in everything, you will see God’s hand move mightily on your behalf, and you’ll come out of that difficulty better, stronger and wiser than before.
When someone walks out of your life, let them. You may miss them, but remember you weren’t the one that gave up.