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Ever Present God

“The name of the city…shall be, The Lord is there.”
Eze 48:35


During Israel’s twenty-fifth year of captivity, Ezekiel the prophet received from God His name Jehovah-Shammah: The Lord is there. God described Israel’s future home, Jerusalem, saying, “And the name of the city…shall be, The Lord is there [Jehovah-Shammah].” It applied not only to the Lord of the old covenant, but equally to Jesus, the Lord of the new covenant. His name, “Immanuel,” like Jehovah-Shammah, means, “the Lord is with us” (See Isaiah 7:14). And it means at all times, in all places, under all circumstances, and for all of us, God is ever available and ever present! David proclaimed: “I can never escape from your Spirit! I can never get away from your presence! If I go up to heaven, you are there; if I go down to the grave, you are there. If I ride the wings of the morning, if I dwell by the farthest oceans, even there your hand will guide me and your strength will support me” (Ps 139:7-10 NLT). Do you remember as a child how fear, loneliness, and helplessness disappeared when you were in your mom’s or dad’s presence? In Israel’s deepest despair God’s response was always, “I am with you.” Those words guaranteed that their needs would always be met! And today God is saying to you, “I’m with you,” and “neither death, life, angels, spirit-powers, present or future fears, height, depth, nor anything else in all creation will ever separate us” (Ro 8:38-39). That promise extends to all God’s redeemed children—reach out and grasp it.

Devotional// Word For You Today 🙂

Until next time, stay blessed. Jesus loves you 🙂


Posted by on July 9, 2018 in Uncategorized


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Fulfilling The Purpose

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So the LORD God caused the man to fall into a deep sleep; and while he was sleeping, he took one of the man’s ribs and then closed up the place with flesh. Then the LORD God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man. The man said, “This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called ‘woman,’ for she was taken out of man.” That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh. Adam and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame. Genesis 2:21-24

What a blessing it was to attend a marriage conference for the first time. To be honest, initially I wasn’t planning on attending due to a few things going on in my life but then within the week, a friend of mine asked me if I could attend the marriage conference with her. I registered two days before the event. The marriage conference was a two day event. On the first day, I didn’t know how I was going to get to the event because my friend wasn’t going to attend the first portion of it but let me tell you that God is Awesome. He surely made provision for me. I was able to attend both days. In this blog post, I’m going to share some key points that were discussed at the conference.

Key Points:

  1. Adam went through the process before Eve was created.
  2. God has a way of bringing people into our lives at the appointed time.
  3. Make an investment in your marriage.
  4. It’s easier for couples to come to a marriage conference. It’s really hard for them to come for marriage counseling. Most people who attend marriage counseling are mostly women than men.
  5. Our marriages are to mirror the image of God. (Genesis 1:26)
  6. Your marriage is to mirror and represent the trinity. Husbands represent Christ when they got married. Ladies represent the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit leads and guides us in all truth. The Holy Spirit doesn’t yell at us unto all truth. The Holy Spirit doesn’t nag us unto all truth.
  7. It’s so easy to mirror the image of God on your marriage Day. The challenge begins after the honeymoon and you settle down.
  8. In the marriage conference, we talked about the soil. You have to get the root of everything. When you come to the altar, you don’t come as an empty glass. You come bringing the foundation soil that other people have sown in to you. You bring the experiences of other people’s marriages into your marriage whether it be your mother/father.
  9. How you are raised plays a role in a lot of things.
  10. How you approach things is very important. Sometimes, you have to go back to where you learned that behavior. Communication is very key in every relationship.
  11. You have to dig the soil. Sometimes, we try to do the same thing that others did, trying to get a different result.
  12. Sometimes, we learn by simply watching what our parents did in their marriage. How they raised you may not necessarily work when it comes to raising your children.
  13. Many times, you have to go to the foundation of how your partner was raised. Was he raised with both parents? Was he raised with his siblings? When you have a picture of how  they are raised, it will give you a better understanding.
  14. You can’t always approach things the way you were taught or saw it in your household. See what works in your household.
  15. Love covers the multitude of sins. The Bible tells us that the original state of Adam and Eve was that they were naked and had no shame. That nakedness meant integrity, oneness and innocence.
  16. Guilt: I feel bad because I made a mistake. Shame is “I feel bad because I think I am the mistake.
  17. It’s one thing for someone to show you their nakedness but it’s another thing for one to show their nakedness and to be received/accepted.
  18. Adam had responsibilities. He toiled the garden and communicated with God. It’s hard to experience oneness with your spouse when you haven’t experienced oneness with God. How can you walk with your spouse when you haven’t walked with God? Adam was learning all of these responsibilities. Notice that Eve doesn’t show up in the scene until when everything around Adam was ready.
  19. Eve doesn’t make her appearance until everything is at it’s highest state of readiness. God had to take Adam through the process of getting ready.
  20. Whether you got married yesterday or 25 years ago, you thought you were ready only to find out you weren’t ready. You can be ready in so many areas like having a job, and education and etc. You can be ready to make money but not take the responsibility of financial management.
  21. You can be ready to love your wife but not the sacrificial “Christ laid down his life kind of love”.
  22. You can be ready for sex but not ready to make love to your wife. Every woman knows the difference.
  23. You won’t be ready in many areas when you are married. The areas you weren’t ready are the areas that cost the biggest issues in your relationship.
  24. Ladies, there are certain things you have to let go. You can’t hold unto what your husband couldn’t/hasn’t done for you forever.
  25. Helper: Indispensable companion.
  26. Ladies, your husband have enough critics in the marketplace. He doesn’t need another one at home. You are to be his biggest indispensable companion not the biggest complainer. When you keep complaining, ladies the guy tune you out, You are to be his indispensable companion not his biggest competitor. You can’t be his biggest critic and complainer.
  27. Your spouse is God’s perfect gift for you. The person’s not perfect but the gift is because God knew exactly what you needed and the ways in which you needed it.
  28. Most of your conflicts are where your spouse is strong and you are weak and vice versa. This understanding of your strength and weakness will force you to mature. You can choose to lean towards the growth process or fight against it.
  29. God had a hand in bringing Adam and Eve together.
  30. You must always ask yourself “Where’s God’s hand in my marriage?”
  31. In our singleness, we should pray asking God to have his hand in the selection of our partners.
  32. Ladies, your prayer should be for God to help you to be ready when the right one comes along. Lord, I want you to have a hand in the selection. Men, help me to find the right one Lord.
  33. A lot of times, people come to the counseling sessions stating that their spouses aren’t saved. You knew he wasn’t saved but you married him anyway. There’s a difference in religious philosophies. You chose not to have the hand of God in your marriage. In fact, if your spouse is not saved, different in religious philosophies, that’s harder than an interracial relationship. You may be a different skin color but we serve the same Lord and Savior. We use the same Bible as our foundation and if one/both of us go wrong, we have the same scripture verse to go back to figure out how to make it better. You can be orange or purple, but if you have the same religious philosophy, you can weather any storm but if one is Buddhist and one is Christian, one is atheist, one is marginally saved, only comes to church on Easter and Christmas, then that’s a problem. Being a Christian  kinda of their life but isn’t their life, but it’s all of your life and you chose to marry them anyway, you just didn’t want the hand of God in your marriage/relationship.
  34. Your spouse can become saved by your sanctification so all hope is not lost.
  35. As married couple, are you still willing for God to have a hand in your marriage?
  36. Are we willing to allow God to have his hand in our hearts and mind/internal wounds to keep us free from unforgiveness?
  37. God brought Adam to Eve. The perfect gift (your spouse) isn’t perfect. Your spouse has to accept you for all that you are and all that your not. For everything that you bring and everything that you don’t bring. All your weaknesses and all of your strength. You have to accept and love your spouse.
  38. Acceptance/expectations are key in marriage. If all I ever do is accept you and love you, that won’t force you to grow mature but if all I ever do is expect for you to do this and that and I never show love, what I’m really trying to do is control you. You need both acceptance/expectation.
  39. When we come to the Cross of Christ, he says “I love you” and accept you for all that you are and all that you did but now that you got saved I expect you to work out your own salvation. I expect you to go through the sanctification process.
  40. Salvation isn’t I expect you to do everything and now get saved. Salvation is “I accept you and forgive you right now no matter what you’ve done. After you turn away from the Cross, I now expect you to work out your salvation. I expect you to share the Gospel.
  41. You must evaluate yourself. Ask yourself “Have I been too heavy on expectation and not acceptance? What areas do you need to grow?
  42. Cutting the Cords of Allegiance/Dependence. When you get married and your young, it’s tough to cut off the cords of dependency. You are used to relying on mom/dad or family to provide for you financially. You depend on them to help you emotionally so when a situation arises in your marriage, instead of turning to your spouse, you immediately call your mom or the one who has been with you through the years. You have to cut the cords of dependency. You can’t be dependent on your mom financially, emotionally and etc. All ties with family/friends in dependency must be cut off. You both have to come to terms on who you will reach out to when you need help.
  43. There are certain people you know you cannot rely on.
  44. Example given of Dependency: In a counseling session, a wanted to buy a fur coat. It wasn’t in the budget and this couple just got married not too long ago. Because the husband told his wife, it wasn’t in the budget, she went to her dad to purchase the coat for her. What do you think that did to that man’s masculinity? If you wanted that level of dependency why did you get married?
  45. You have to cut the cords of dependency. More frequently the problem lies in the allegiance. When you get married, your wife is #1 and vice versa. Everything else is 2, 3, 4, 5 and a distance. It’s even tougher when you were married but are divorced and remarried and children are involved. Your husband is still #1. Example: Talked to one man, he said his kids can never be #2. They will always be #1. Response: Then you will always have marital conflict/difficulty. Your children are not supposed to be #1, their supposed to be #2.
  46. You must cut the cords of allegiance. You don’t want to wait 10 to 15 years before you cut that cord because your spouse may not be around or you will be living parallel lives, sleeping in different beds and have separate accounts. Your marriage may die in year five because you didn’t cut the cords of allegiance.
  47. Our culture don’t pursue nakedness. Our culture pursues nudity. Even as a married couple, if your pursuing nudity, and not nakedness, eventually someone is going to feel neglected. If your goal is just to get your partners clothes off, and get at it, then all you want is their nudity. You don’t want their nakedness.
  48. When it comes to Kingdom marriage, I have to be after your nakedness, who you are, wanting to know all about you, wanting to have the communication and connection.
  49. Adam and Eve had a perfect marital relationship. Then the fall happened and they both went in opposite directions to grab fig leaves to cover themselves. A fig leaf is large enough to cover a private area but its rough and though it covers, it hurts. When you take a fig leaf from the tree, it’s only going to stay large until you pick it from the tree. It will wither and you will go and grab another fig leaf. When God walks through the garden and ask Adam where he was, “He answered, “I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid.” -Genesis 3:10
  50. Nakedness is really risky. Shame is all real too experience.
  51. Trust is the core of oneness. If I can’t trust you, oneness can be difficult. What a man/woman wrestles with trust is different.
  52. As an individual, you have to learn to learn to let go of the offenses so that those who have hurt you can see the love of God in and through you. You must learn to forgive. You will not forget but you must protect yourself but also love those who hurt you.
  53. Some of the trust concerns for women includes safety/security, money, sex/their bodies and emotions.
  54. Some of the trust concerns for men include vulnerabilities/weakness, letting go of the past, support his career, and money.
  55. The marriage goal is oneness. Not that you have my things and I have my things and we meet somewhere in the middle. Oneness in mind, body and soul. It’s important to mirror God’s image in your marriage.
  56. Trusting God, Being Honest, Setting Boundaries and Guarding your Heart and Keeping It Open will help you a whole lot.
  57. Forgiveness Is very important in marriage and everyday life.
  58. Sometimes, we surface forgiveness.
  59. When you know the depth of your pain often determines the degree of difficulty in forgiving your spouse.
  60. Forgiveness in marriage can be very difficult. There are a lot of misconceptions about forgiveness.
  61. Unchecked unforgiveness will become a cancer to our soul. -Bishop T.D. Jakes
  62. Unforgiving people are unhealthy people.
  63. Forgiveness is not approving of what your spouse did.
  64. Forgiveness is not excusing what your spouse did.
  65. Forgiveness is not justifying what your spouse did.
  66. Forgiveness is not giving yourself a pardon.
  67. Forgiveness is not reconciliation.
  68. Forgiveness is not denying what your spouse did.
  69. Forgiveness is not blindness to what your spouse did.
  70. Forgiveness is not forgetting what your spouse did.
  71. Forgiveness is not refusing to take the wrong seriously.
  72. Forgiveness is not pretending you are not hurt.
  73. Now we will focus on what forgiveness is:
  74. Forgiveness is being aware of what our spouse did.
  75. Forgiveness is choosing to keep no record of wrongs.
  76. Forgiveness is refusing to punish your spouse.
  77. When it comes to forgiveness, there are three parts; limited, detached and full forgiveness.
  78. Forgiveness is not telling what your spouse did.
  79. Forgiveness is being merciful to your spouse.
  80. Forgiveness is being gracious to your spouse.
  81. Forgiveness is an inner condition that your experience.
  82. Forgiveness is the absence of bitterness towards your spouse.
  83. Forgiveness is forgiving as God forgave you.
  84. Forgiveness is learning to forgive yourself.

Questions to ask yourself.

  1. Have I always struggled with forgiveness or did this issue appear after I got married?
  2. If I were to forgive my spouse, is there anything that I fear might happen?
  3. Do I have the tendency to hold unforgiveness towards others and my spouse?
  4. Am I waiting on my spouse to change before I start to forgive them?
  5. How much forgiveness did I experience growing up as a child and adolescent?
  6. Do I truly believe that God has forgiven me of my sins? Do I doubt this in any way?
  7. Are your struggling with forgiving your spouse?

I really learned so much from the conference. A blog cannot express the total experience. It was beyond a blessing. I loved how we had breakout sessions where we got to decide where we wanted to go. The breakout sessions included Becoming a Kingdom Minded Single, Building a Strong Spiritual Foundation In Your Marriage, Building a Solid Financial Foundation In Your Marriage and Kingdom Parenting: Raising Kingdom Children. There was a panel section where we got to ask any questions to any of the participants. If you haven’t attended a marriage conference before, I will definitely recommend you going. There’s always something to learn. You won’t know everything in your marriage but there’s someone outside who has more experience that can share their knowledge with you.

Guest Speakers: Pastor Jim Hart & Yetunde Hart 🙂

Leaders/Head of Event: Pastor Abimbola & Jide Lawore











Posted by on March 25, 2018 in Uncategorized


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Unfailing Love

“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” Ps 119:105 NIV


When you pray, “Lord, what should I do?” He can respond to you in several ways. Let’s look at some over the next few days. He will answer you through His written Word. Instead of turning to “Tom, Dick, and Harry” for guidance, go to God. Make His Word your first option rather than your last resort. The Psalmist wrote, “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” Without a regular daily intake of God’s Word, you’ll be “in the dark” as to what’s best for you and the direction your life should go. “I the Lord will speak what I will, and it shall be fulfilled” (Eze 12:25 NIV). If God says it in His Word, you can count on it. There are precepts in Scripture, but mainly God has given us principles to follow. These principles require wisdom and discernment. The Psalmist said, “I believe in your commands; now teach me good judgment and knowledge” (Ps 119:66 NLT). This doesn’t mean you must have a particular verse for every decision or move you make. That’s not how it works. Most times when you ask God for guidance, He will give you “good judgment and knowledge,” and that’s enough to get you moving in the right direction. Will you sometimes experience fear? Yes, but that’s when you must use your faith! Your greatest clarity as to God’s will often comes from hindsight, not foresight. It’s in looking back on how God has led you that you say, “Not one word has failed of all the good promises he gave” (1Ki 8:56 NIV).

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Posted by on October 6, 2017 in Uncategorized


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You’re Next In Line

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“Shunem, where [there] was a great woman.”
2Ki 4:8


The Bible refers to this woman as “a great woman.” That’s because she had a “great” strategy for her life! She prepared a bedroom in her house for Elisha the prophet to use when he passed through town. As a result she got her heart’s desire: a baby boy. And later when her son died suddenly, God used Elisha to raise him from the dead. Notice three things in this woman’s story: (1) She made room for God. (2) Her dream came to pass. (3) When her dream died, God brought it back to life (See vv. 36-37). When her son died, the neighbors probably told her, “It’s over. Go ahead and bury him.” But she refused to accept the opinions of unbelieving people or discuss her situation with those who were unqualified to help. Be careful who you open up to in a crisis! Make sure they know God, and that their words line up with His. This woman believed that if God started it, He could finish it. If He made it, He could fix it. The Bible tells us Elisha stretched out his body on top of the dead boy, and he got warm. But this boy needed more than warmth—he needed life. So Elisha stretched out on top of him again, and he became fully alive. There’s a lesson here for you. No matter how bad things look, stay on top of the situation by believing God. Walk the floor and pray all night if you have to, but keep standing on His Word. Your dream may not yet be fully alive, but it’s getting warm. Things are improving…God is moving…the answer’s on the way!

There are so many things to take away from this devotional today. Whatever you are trusting God for, always remember that your ways are not his. Your time is coming. Seek him in all things. Though the vision tarry,

Write down the revelation
    and make it plain on tablets
    so that a herald may run with it.
For the revelation awaits an appointed time;
    it speaks of the end
    and will not prove false.
Though it linger, wait for it;
    it will certainly come
    and will not delay. -Habakkuk 2:2-3

Hold on to the promises of the Lord. Stay in contact with God at all times. This is not the time to give up. Trials will come but the peace of God will reign in your life that your eyes will not be fixed on your circumstance but on the one who makes provision amidst of the storm. It’s a new month. God is still at work in our lives. Keep pressing but never stop seeking God. He is the one who carries and sustains you. I hope this month of October is refreshing. May God’s hand rest upon you, your family and loved ones. May you have a deeper hunger to know God more than never before. Have a lovely month 🙂

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Posted by on October 1, 2017 in Uncategorized


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Rejoice In The Lord

Andrea Howey

“He celebrates and sings because of you.”
Zephaniah 3:17 


Some of us think so little of ourselves that we’d rather be in a bad relationship than none at all. Being around people doesn’t guarantee you won’t feel lonely. Actually, being with the wrong people guarantees you’ll end up feeling empty and used. Until you overcome your fear of being alone and wait for God to give you the right relationships, you’ll continue to feel lonely. Sometimes loneliness is more about not liking yourself than about not having people around who like you. Otherwise, why would you spend so much energy avoiding rejection instead of building healthy relationships? Perhaps you think if you don’t get involved you won’t get hurt. Or you’re afraid to open up in case people criticize you for sharing anything personal. Such anxieties just contribute to your sense of isolation. Motivational speaker Zig Ziglar said, “What you picture in your mind, your mind will go to work to accomplish. When you change your pictures, you automatically change your performance.” So: (1) You need a true picture of how God sees you. Paul says, “Because of what Christ has done we have become gifts…God…delights in” (Eph 1:11 TLB). Zephaniah writes, “He celebrates and sings because of you, and he will refresh your life with his love.” (2) You need a true picture of yourself. David said, “You…put me together inside my mother’s body, and I praise you because of the wonderful way you created me. Everything you do is marvelous!” (Ps 139:13-14 CEV). Having these two pictures clearly in mind stops you from operating with a devalued self-image, and enables you to ask for what you need in a relationship.// Devotional: Word For You 🙂

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Posted by on August 5, 2017 in Uncategorized


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God Sufficient vs. Self-Sufficient

“ Abide In Him | By Mandy Mom

Trust in the Lord with all your heart
    and lean not on your own understanding;
 in all your ways submit to him,
    and he will make your paths straight. 

Proverbs 3:5-6

What have you placed your confidence in? Is it your family, friends, money or even yourself? What has caused you to place your confidence in these things/people? How’s that been going?  In times of distress, it is so easy for us to put our confidence on things that are visible rather than fixing our gaze on God who is invisible but yet ever present. Most of the time, we put our confidence in our self because we feel that God is taking so long to answer our prayers. So instead of waiting, we do everything in our own power to get what we want only for us to search to and fro to return back to square one. We place our trust in our own resources rather than seeking/waiting on the Lord. It is one thing to seek but it’s another thing to wait. It’s like knocking someone’s door to ask them a question. You knocked but because they didn’t answer, you decided to open the door only to find out that they were doing something important. We want things very quickly in this fast paced generation. If we don’t get what we want in the time/manner we imagined, we will try to do everything to get it. Well, our way of doing things is not how God works. We are reminded in Isaiah 55:8-9 that God’s ways aren’t close to us.

For my thoughts are not your thoughts,
    neither are your ways my ways,”
declares the Lord.
As the heavens are higher than the earth,
    so are my ways higher than your ways
    and my thoughts than your thoughts.

No matter the plans we have set for ourselves, if it is not God’s will for our lives it will not work. We are reminded in Proverbs 19:21 that “Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the LORD’s purpose that prevails.” That’s why it’s important for us to commit all our ways unto the Lord. There is something about a person who seeks the Lord and includes God in their everyday activity/life. Even when things don’t go as intended, there’s this peace that God gives you. I don’t know what you have your placed your confidence in, but I pray that you will surrender everything to God. Whatever you are waiting for in this season, trust and believe that God is working it out for your good. It may not look like God is working in your life, but know that just as a farmer plants a seed without watching it at night doesn’t mean it isn’t flourishing. God is present even when we feel like he’s absent. Sometimes, it is at our darkest hours that we need to reach our hands out to God for him to direct us into the light. We must learn to seek God at all times not only when things aren’t going well. When we only come to God when things aren’t going well, we find it difficult to cultivate a genuine relationship with him because our relationship is solely built on what God can do for us not who he is. So with this in mind, take time to reflect on your relationship with God. As you do so, invite the Holy Spirit to reveal the parts/areas of your life that you haven’t surrendered to God? Take notes and pray over it.

Verse To Ponder On:

The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing. -Psalm 34:10

Those who look to him are radiant; their faces are never covered with shame. -Psalm 34:5

Song of the day:

Until next time, stay blessed & encouraged. Jesus loves you 🙂




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Posted by on July 27, 2017 in Uncategorized


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Tough Seasons

Good evening. I hope all of you are doing well by God’s grace. Tonight, I’ll like to share a video with you all. Please do take the time to watch it and if you can, take notes. Stay Blessed & Encouraged.

Devotional//Word For Today

“All athletes are disciplined in their training. They do it to win a prize.”
1Co 9:25 NLT


When you’re being stretched spiritually, your faith in God grows. When you’re being stretched mentally, your old ideas are challenged and replaced with new ones. When you’re being stretched relationally, selfishness dies and love grows. So, are you being stretched right now? God allows us to have stretching experiences that prepare us for the race He has called us to run in life—and every so often your soul will “hit the wall.” No amount of strength and no amount of pressing will move the problem. This is soul stretch! Often, these moments aren’t the real test; they are just warm-ups that prepare us for future challenges. They are points of reference designed to keep us from panicking when we’re in the midst of the real race. Remember that God never allows a person to run for Him, or with Him, who hasn’t been stretched in their thinking, their faith, and their ability to live and love. So when you face a problem that just won’t move, remember to take a deep breath and remind yourself that God is stretching you. It’s the stretching of the soul that enables us to face situations we think will kill us, but don’t—to endure times when we think we won’t make it, but do. Sooner or later we will all face difficult times and relationships, but they are just the deep knee bends of life. So when it feels like you’re being stretched to breaking point, don’t quit. See it for what it is—preparation for running and winning your God-assigned race in life.


Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing. –James 1:2-4

One thing I ask from the Lord, this only do I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze on the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple. –Psalm 27:4

Blessed is the one who perseveres under trial because, having stood the test, that person will receive the crown of life that the Lord has promised to those who love him. –James 1:12

Take time to pray for others. Who has the Lord placed on your heart for you to reach out to? Have you done so or are you making excuses? May the Lord bless you as you take heed to his obedience. Have a lovely night 🙂


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Posted by on July 18, 2017 in Uncategorized


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