David Had A Heart After God, David Wasn’t Perfect, He Made Mistakes, But He Had A Desire To Honor God

The Scripture says, “David had a heart after God.” David wasn’t perfect, he made mistakes, but he had a desire to honor God. When God can trust you, when He knows He can count on you to honor Him—to handle the influence and the resources the right way—then there’s no limit to where God will take you.

You don’t have to be perfect; we’ve all made mistakes. It’s not so much about your performance; it’s about your heart.

Nothing that has happened to you was a surprise to God. He knew every person who would hurt you, every loss you would suffer, and every mistake you would make as He mapped out your life’s plan.

The good news is that for every setback, God has already arranged a comeback. He has a new starting after every disappointment. He’ll bring restoration for every failing. Despite the ashes, He is beautiful.

Keep God first place, do the right thing when it’s hard, say no to things that are pulling you down. You’re not just anyone. You’re a king’s son; you’re a king’s daughter.

God is getting you prepared right now for something bigger than you ever imagined, something more rewarding than you ever dreamed. If you’ll keep honoring Him, being a person of excellence and prophesying victory, you’re going to see it all come together.

When you keep God first place, His blessings will chase you down. We’ve all had disappointments in the past, but don’t get stuck in a defeated mindset. Stay in faith, God has good things coming your way.

When you keep God first place, He will shift you into a higher gear, and you’ll see opportunity like you’ve never seen before. If you’ll keep putting God first place, His blessings will chase you down. His favor will come looking for you.

The scripture says when you honor God and keep Him in first place, His blessings will chase you down and overtake you. We’ve all had bad things happen to us, but don’t get locked in a rut anticipating the worst. The tables are about to be turned on God. You will be pursued by good breaks.

In the time of trouble, God will hide you. He will place you out of reach on a high rock. It doesn’t say we won’t have trouble. Difficulties may come, but the promise God gives us is He’s going to hide us.

God wasn’t having a bad day when He created you. God would have provided you with additional talent if you needed it. You would have more friends if you required them. Take what you’ve got and maximize it. It’s just what you require right now.

God is been protecting you your whole life. There are things He has kept you from that you know nothing about, schemes and strategies that were meant to stop you, but they couldn’t find you.

Keep believing, keep trying and keep doing what you can, and at the right time, things will fall into place. What God’s got planned for you is bigger than you imagined, better than you dreamed, and more fulfilling than you thought possible.

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