“Stepping Outside the Box of Doubt”
Step outside the box of doubt and see life from a different perspective.
Just because we have a meltdown every now and then, and do the ugly cry sometimes for no known reason, doesn’t mean we aren’t strong.
Hannah a woman in the Bible had a meltdown in the temple. She did the ugly cry as the pain of being childless crushed her spirit. But yet, she was woman of deep faith.
Her survival skills kicked in at the altar. Only God has the answers to the most impossible circumstances. Hannah did conceive and give birth to Samuel her promised child.
Meltdowns are what happens when our human strength fades. Some of the best things God will do will not be on our timing. He’s God alone.
Circumstances can change at anytime. Don’t forget you’re human. Just breathe, and have faith that everything will eventually work out for the best.
There was a widow in the Bible that had one child. The Lord knew her, her situation, and the condition of her heart.
She and her son had one meal left when Elijah the man of God found her. She had been praying for a miracle.
What she thought was her last meal was really an opportunity for her to see God in ways she never imagined. God doubled her blessing when she gave out of her need.
Faith works. Everyday, every hour, every minute, every second – God sees, knows, and cares.
Aha Moment: Your survival skills are developed at the altar. Just breathe, and have faith that eventually everything will work out for the best.
Every day we are dependent on God for our daily bread…..whether we recognize it or not.
Prayer Time: Father, thank you that you know each one of us. You know our situation and our heart. May our confidence be always in you. In Jesus Name, Amen
I pray that God will take care of everything you need.
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Wow! A strong word of encouragement, straight from the Father’s heart. Accepted by faith. Thank you, LORD!
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May every day continue to prove that God is good.