You’ve got to learn how to think right before you can live right. God has a good plan for your life, but if you don’t believe it, God’s not going to be able to do it. No matter how bad you’ve been broken, wounded and bruised or how messed up your life may have been, God can heal you and He can use you to help other people.
No matter how bad the condition of your life and your mind, don’t give up. If necessary, regain it one inch at a time, always leaning on God’s grace and not on your own ability to get the desired results.
No matter how aggravated you get, you’re not going to rush God. So whatever it is that you’re waiting on right now, you might as well learn to wait well. God has an amazing plan for your life. In order to take hold of it, you have to take a risk and trust Him!
Having faith in God is the best hope and assurance, it provides that everything will be okay, as he is there for us even in the most difficult times. Trust in God, don’t worry, think about what you’re thinking about, and maintain peace in your heart no matter what is going on in your life!
Faith in God is something that should be practiced every day, especially in more challenging times. He is right beside us to guide and protect us from all the bad in the world. When you are struggling, always remember not to lose faith in him, whether it’s happiness or sorrow.
Whatever has occurred to you in the past or what is happening in your life right now has no power to hinder you from having an incredible future if you choose to walk by faith in God.
God loves you! He wants you to live with victory over sin so you can possess His promises for your life today.
Live each day with a thankful heart, grateful for every good thing— no matter how big or how small—that God has done in your life. As you begin to remember the good things God has done in your past and realize the blessings you have in the present, you can’t help getting excited about what He is going to do in your future.
“Father, thank You that You have provided everything I need to live at peace. Today, I choose to pursue that peace and live at rest, knowing You are greater than any trial or tribulation I may be going through. You are everything I need. You are my peace. In Jesus’ name, Amen!”