Every negative thought or attitude may now be put aside and your trust surrendered to God who holds your tomorrow!
I’m at peace today, because no matter what I’m facing, God is with me. The future as you imagine it has not yet occurred, so be present to God in the right now and thank him for being with you!
Jesus is what you need in every situation, moment by moment and day by day!
Ever feel that you are carrying worries that God did not intend you to bear? Fear has a way of sneaking up on all of us. With God’s truth you have a way to break away from the fear and release the weight of it.
God tells us how to be in peace. “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee.” (Isaiah 26:3).
You don’t need to measure problems according to your own abilities, you are blessed by faith to be able to choose to hand the situations you cannot manage yourself, over to God … and He will do the rest.
Safeguard your thoughts and keep God foremost in your mind. Pause to pray and praise Him when you wake up and during your day sit in God’s presence and know that He is with you wherever you go.
Whatever you are struggling with or setting your mind on today, remember that it’s already in God’s hands. If He brings you to it, He will bring you through it. ⠀
God is your partner in life and whether your plans succeed or fail, God is working with you to help things turn out the way they should. Sometimes, it might not be your plan, but it will always be 100% His plan.
We can cooperate with God’s plan by accepting His freely-offered grace, and express our gratitude God when He blesses your plan or leads you to a better plan when mine ours are inadequate.
When you nurture your relationship with God, you build a healthy partnership with Him and everything in life ends up the way it’s meant to be.
Keep taking care of yourself and growing your relationship with God as we move forward into the New Year. Stay resolute in your faith and close to the heart of your Creator and take the time you need to pray.