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Daily Devotional 12/5

“God shares His promise of help, strength, protection, and deliverance with the nation of Israel. Although Israel was being disciplined for their sins against God, having been placed under judgment and exiled, they were still considered His chosen people. God still loved Israel. He promised to protect and care for His people while eventually giving them victory over their enemies.”

For those that love the Lord, you’re never alone nor will he forsake you in your journey, he will encourage and love you. Not to say there won’t be hard times and pain in the journeys that we have ahead, but a rememberance that He is far greater than we are! I know in my life, I have been wish washy, and still have my human and ignorant ways! I want to think I have faith on those days, but there are times I get worried and stop to think about this and that! Why? Why do I allow worry to succumb my life when I know who holds it in the palm of their hand! Fear and worry, don’t allow satan to tempt you to a place of darkness! Pray! Scream! Cry! Say the name of Jesus and watch Satan flee within seconds! He is a coward! He is scared and constantly fleeing away from the presence of God and all that love and hold Him dear! Don’t let Satan get you down! You’re loved and adored! 

What a beautiful prayer in my devotional this evening:

“Father God, I thank You for hiding me in the shadow of Your wings; for protecting me from danger. At times these enemy attacks of fear and doubt overwhelm me, Lord. Quiet those thoughts and remind me, Lord, of Who You are and Whose I am. Reveal Your presence to me when my soul is drowning with thoughts of discouragement and the temptation to lose hope. Remind me that You surround me, that You are there to carry me, and that You will deliver me through whatever I am facing. In Jesus’ name. Amen.”

Amen! 🙏🏻 


Know the word for yourself 

VICTORY! Don’t feel that you can’t obtain it… don’t feel down or beaten. Don’t worry! Get in the word! Follow through to getting an intimate relationship with the Father! He is the answer to your questions and prayers! Incorporate God on a daily and continuous basis, how else can the body and spirit intertwine with God and become one in spirit and communion with Him? We have to be able to know his words, in our heart, we have to be able to use them for battle as needed, but we have to know them! Speak them out loud, pray, as you see below….

“Many believers go to church every week to listen to someone else preach the Word to them, but they never know the Word for themselves. If you want to live in victory, you must give God’s Word a place of priority in your everyday life. Practically speaking, this could mean that you confess the Word while you get ready in the morning. Maybe you could listen to teaching or worship music on the way to work. You may want to use your lunch hour to read the Word or walk outside and pray.” – Joyce Meyers

Let God cover you and embrace you in the moments YOU feel you can’t endure anymore! He is there for you! For us! As beloved children, we have been made apart of His kingdom, learn your Heavenly Father as well as he’s taken an interest in you! 


Who me? A thief? 

So maybe you haven’t stolen a car, or someone’s possessions in their home…. so, let’s talk about giving of your first fruits…. that can be a hard subject to listen to and at times feeling compelled that you’re maybe not doing enough weather its monetary or giving of your crops… no matter what, God sees his land, your possessions, etc as HIS! Well sure they are, we are blessed because of Him and his blessings in our life. We may not always have what we “want” but he has provided our needs! Would you agree? 

So… touchy subject…. have you not given as you’re supposed to according to God?? To Him, this is the same as ROBBERY! Seems “harsh” in tone I’m sure, but the more you pour out your blessings, the more he’ll provide and give of the blessings to you! Tithe! Give of your first  fruits / labor! 

“God thinks that the entire earth belongs to him and that all our material possessions, including our income stream, come from him. God thinks that he has spectacularly blessed each one of us. When people refuse to return to God an honorable portion of that God-given income, he views it as robbery.”

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Daily Devotional 12/4

“God’s prophecy that the Messiah would be born in Bethlehem would to come to pass through submission and trust in the most difficult of circumstances. A pregnant virgin Mary risked being stoned for fornication. Joseph risked the slander and stigma of illegitimacy. Jesus wrapped in flesh, King of Kings and Lord of Lords, risked and surrendered His very life to be with us. What appears on the surface to be the worst circumstance possible turns out to be God’s magnificent plan of redemption to unite with His people.”

“Submission to God’s will always involves risk. God has not called believers to live comfortable, convenient, and prosperous lives. He has called believers to live our lives surrendered to Him. A life fully surrendered to God will be uncomfortable and inconvenient, but we don’t have to endure alone. Because of Jesus’ advent, death, and resurrection, God is forever with those who have surrendered their lives to Him.”

Submit yourself and allow God to have HIS Plans come together for you! ❤️


Accept the Right Thoughts

Negativity will ruin us! We can’t allow others to take our joy! Satan will give anything to have a moment to try and destroy your confidence! Don’t give him the time of day! Find joy! Find peace! And when you’re having a hard time, call on Him! Let Him guideand assist   you! 

“As our minds are renewed with God’s Word, our thinking will change and line up with Scripture. Then, day by day, godly boundaries around our thoughts will be established and reinforced. These limits will not only keep out the deceptions of the enemy, but help you live a more enjoyable, godly life.” – Joyce Meyer


Generosity grows, not diminishes, wealth 

“One of the divine secrets of the universe is that our God is a God not of scarcity but of abundance. God can easily expand the pie when people are aligned with his agenda. And a big part of his resource distribution agenda is to invest freely in us so that we find joy in helping others. Isn’t that counterintuitive? If you give money and things away, you will have less, right? No! Wrong! It will flow back into your life faster than you give it away. After all, we are all just brokers, not owners, of God’s resources. Whether you invest it in ministries of the Word or in ministries of mercy, you will invite the God of abundance to keep his generosity promises. You will like God’s pie.”

Gods pie! I want a piece of that, don’t you? 

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Daily Devotional 12/03

“Jesus’ characteristics are listed in His many names. God’s Son given to us is the God of peace, the God of power, the God of provision, and the God of purpose. He shall reign over all of the earth. A believer’s source of peace comes from God and the knowledge that we have been united with Him through Jesus Christ. We can call on the many Names of Jesus knowing and trusting that He has the power and the desire to be all things to us.”

Do you believe that God will supply your every need? That Jesus will have your back for you, in sitting at the right hand of his Father, God? Having faith leads to trusting in the Fathers plan for your life, here and now, is to trust in his design and plan! Instill the word in your life and you instill a power that is far greater than you’ll ever imagine! Far greater than well or could ever imagine in our time of need or greatest tribulation! 


Increase your self acceptance

What do you think about yourself? Do the opinions of others change your perspective about yourself or how someone who loves you sees you? What about Gods love for you? What about the fact that Jesus died on the cross for us? 

“Increase your self acceptance: 1) never speak negatively about yourself 2) Avoid comparing yourself to others 3) Let God determine your worth 4) Keep your flaws in perspective 5) Discover the true source of confidence.” – Joyce Meyer

So, this should help some at least to help you see how amazing YOU ARE! Yes, you, reading this post! See the TRUE you and not what someone has labeled, stamped, or how you feel because you endlessly compare yourself to this person, that person or someone didn’t have enough cooth to keep their unnecessary opinion to themselves! Do not become a slave to media and the filters on the camera… Let your beauty shine! We’re all beautiful (and handsome) how God made US! 


Am I generous enough? 

““I feel like I should be giving more to God. Jesus told the rich young ruler to sell all his possessions, give the money to the poor, and follow him. There are people who do give up everything for Jesus, but I own a house and two cars. Does that make me a weak and shallow Christian?””

What do you think? You know, it’s not always about having enough money, or an extra car, or unlimited this and that…. it’s about being ok to have enough and know that God has asked you to obedient with what you have and tithe as well as giving of your time or just showing love! I think that is pretty equal no matter what you’re able to do! We all have different situations in the home and what we can and can’t afford! 

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Daily Devotional 12/02

John shares a beautiful glimpse of heaven in which worship will be the primary activity. This is the hope for believers in Jesus Christ – an eternity spent with God the Father and God the Son. Believers will finally have our home with God.  

God draws us individually. He wants to see us come to Him in our time of need. This world is not our home! This is a temporary home for us, we are meant to be here for a purpose! Follow. Be saved. Obedience. And offer up what God has done and will do for us! We find so much pleasure in our earthly things! Anchor your heart… to the one ☝️!

“Unfortunately, this earth never fully satisfies and always seems to disappoint. Fullness of joy and eternal pleasure can only be found in the Lord’s presence, and believers will be in His presence in heaven. We will be free of sickness, sin, insecurity, pain, and heartache. We will have pure love for each other, free from hatred, insecurity, jealousy, and judgment.”


Good enough

Our impression of ourselves is very important…. why you ask? Ok, so God loves you very much! He loved you, loves you and will always love you. The devil is constantly working toward making and breaking a relationship with Christ! Don’t allow this to happen! Stay in the Word! Focus! Don’t set your scale so low that you lean away from what he has in store for you, no matter the negativity that comes into your life! 

“God loves you, and He wants you to believe it and receive it all the time. He also wants you to be free from condemnation. But it takes faith and boldness to be free. God says you are good enough. Accept that today and live a life of victory.” – Joyce Meyer


Contributing to the needs of others

There is no correlation between wealth and generosity. But we all have different gifts. We all have the ability to be generous with it being of monetary value. Would you agree? It’s hard to remember on occasion that our money ISN’T our money. Our possessions aren’t ours, they were given to us!  We should be free to share and give, our possessions are not ours, we are to be generous, even if it’s our time spent on others! 

“Generosity in the lives of God’s people moves him to release even more resources to us. In fact we were created for the sole purpose of giving glory to God and serving his agenda. In fact the Bible promises that those who refresh others will themselves be refreshed.”

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Daily Devotional 12/01

 🎄 HAPPY DECEMBER! 🎄 

James urges believers to remain steadfast in their trust in the Lord despite the suffering they are enduring. James encourages them to seek the Lord for wisdom, specifically during trials, never doubting that the Lord will supply their needs.   

Anxiety and doubt can lead us astray, for many of us, its intolerable! And that can lead to so much more! But don’t fall astray from Gids love! Your loved so much more than you know sometimes, or even feel. You are in Gods thoughts ALL THE TIME! Don’t think for one moment he isn’t on plan for you and making a way all the time! I think in those times that we feel that God isn’t “for us” is the times we aren’t paying attention to Him and we’re pushing forward ahead of God and away from what He is saying to us in the scriptures! 

“Are you struggling with anxiety or doubt because of a circumstance in which God has placed you? The solution is meditating on God’s love for you so that you can rest assured that God has only good plans for your life and that all things will work out for the good.”


Dealing with disappointment 

Don’t let the devil attack you. Rebuke him! Tell him to go away! He can’t come where he doesn’t belong and where the devil isn’t welcome! The devil doesn’t have power … he is POWERLESS! Jesus! Jesus has the power to make a difference for us in our lives! Jesus will prevail! Jesus is VICTORY! 

“When the devil makes one move toward you, keep yourself so spiritually tuned in that you can discern what he is trying to do and then back him down. With the power Jesus made available to you, he has no choice but to run.” – Joyce Meyer


My best for you, Lord

Doesn’t God deserve the best from us? What about in our tithing? It should always be our first…. first winnings, first earnings, first whatever of what we make! We owe that much to God because He is the reason we have what we have! He deserves our BEST! 

“Abel’s parents, Adam and Eve, undoubtedly told him stories of the Garden of Eden, their paradise lost. Even in our sin-damaged and broken world, there are still marvelous glimmers of that paradise, and also of the heavenly paradise still to come. Abel’s gifts to the Lord expressed both his appreciation for the many blessings in his life and a joyful anticipation of paradise regained.”

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Daily Devotional 11/30

Paul writes of his great concern for the Colossian and Laodicean church. He wanted them to remain encouraged and steadfast in their knowledge and understanding of God. 

As believers we are to wage in the knowledge of His word and also the faith knowing he’s going to do right by us! Jesus suffered for us because he loves us! He died on the cross for us, for our sins! He was being obedient! Although the sacrificed his life for us, that just shows how much we are loved! We are His! No matter the confusion and chaos, focus onGod and His word for you! Be hungry for Him and the opportunities He can give to you! 

“We don’t simply have book knowledge of the Lord that starts and ends with a bunch of facts from the Bible. We live, breathe, and walk out the Word of God. Believers have a personal relationship with our Lord that began with Him saving our very lives from the depths of hell. We have personal knowledge of the God who nurtures us, protects us, rescues us, teaches us, strengthens us, delivers us, and loves us. We have been given the treasure of experiencing the One who continues to move us from glory to glory in the midst of a chaotic, sin-filled world. We experience God because of Jesus Christ.”

Father, thank you for your steadfast love! Thank you for grace and mercy! Thank you for all that you have done for us and providing us our needs!  I ask for strength when we need it the most and a peace only you can provide to us! Thank you! In Christ name, Amen! 


You’re never alone

Grief and loneliness seem to be an overwhelming issue…. even among believers. They feel as if their alone! Let’s pray for those dealing with loneliness but also, we need to focus on our church family! Talk to a close friend or family member or church member, let them know what’s going on with you. You don’t have to go in depth personally, if you choose not to, but it can help immensely to have someone in your corner! I know it has been wonderful for me to have some godly women to come to in my time of need and especially for prayer and guidance! 

“You are not alone now nor will you ever be, no matter what confronts you.” – Joyce Meyer 

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Daily Devotional 11/29

“Isaiah advises the rulers of Jerusalem but is careful to let them know that the knowledge is not his own, but that it comes from God. He is the One who provides all knowledge and wisdom through His Word. The knowledge of God is the most valuable education that we can gain. If we rely solely on the wisdom of this world, we will be in direct opposition to God’s Word since He tells us in the Bible that wisdom of this world is foolishness to God.”

You don’t have to say much more than this, really says it all, doesn’t it!  Be in the word, be apart of the wise and follow God and what he has to say! The world is full of foolishness! Why would following the world be worth our time? It’s not, at all! 

Be you! Follow God! 

 

God can deliver

No matter the affliction, no matter what you’re going through, God will PREVAIL! Focus on VICTORY! He is for you, not against you. He is mightier than we could even imagine, so whatever you think you could imagine to be so great, go past that, because God can surpass that as well. He’s unlimited! He loves us, we’re his children, and He will do whatever he can for us, but you have to have some faith in Him! All it takes is the faith of a mustard seed, have you seen a mustard seed? Their TINY! 

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“God can deliver His children out of any circumstance. Know today that His power to deliver is bigger than your problem. Prayer Starter: God, time and time again, You have delivered Your children from trouble, and I know You won’t fail now. You are more than able to deal with my situation, so I trust in You.” – Joyce Meyer

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Daily Devotional 11/28

Jesus is one that wants us covered and prepared, would you agree? For instance, Jesus gathered the disciples together prior to His arrest and crucifixion to encourage and prepare them for what they were going to face. If we focus on Gods word and really listen; we too can be prepared before the storms of life come at us! It’s well know any and all believers are going to have trials and tribulations our way, it’s inevitable! Jesus makes a promise, were covered, but we have to follow, we are to be obedient. We will find VICTORY

“Jesus makes it clear that those who follow Him will have trouble, but He promises that in the end they will be victorious. It is an incorrect assumption for a believer to think that if trouble comes then they are out of the will of God. Jesus’ followers have been tortured, persecuted, imprisoned, slandered, and killed. As humans, we tend to believe that love comes from achievement and is rewarded with success. When things go wrong in our lives we ask, “What did I do to deserve this? What did I do wrong? Is this punishment?”

But in the midst of difficult circumstances, seasons of pain, and unexplainable trials, God’s love for us remains unchanged. Our confidence must rest in that knowledge. Our assurance must be grounded in the certainty of God’s presence and great love for us. God’s love for me never fails, even when I deliberately disobey Him.”


The Blood of Jesus

Jesus came to redeem mankind. He was a promise and was a sacrifice for us sinners! We have been restored and a price has been paid even before we were born! We were forgiven and loved before we became a thought in the process. God knew we were coming, he has no surprises! He knows all! Don’t you worry about that friend, you were known from the start! You were given a chance, a clean slate, a paved way, even before you needed it! How precious is that? So precious! I can’t fathom that type of love on most days! So much love, so filled with mercy and kindness and genuine! 

“God wants to restore us to the place of authority that is ours. He has already made all the arrangements. We might say that He has “sealed the deal.” The purchase price has been paid in full. We have been purchased with a price, the precious blood of Jesus.” – Joyce Meyer

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Daily Devotional 11/27

God is our God of peace and has made us complete through HIS POWER and the BLOOD of JESUS CHRIST. God’s power transforms broken people. God will come and save, rescue and defend us over and over. He is the almighty. He did something I don’t many of us could do, sacrificed His one and only son, for OUR sins, for US! How sacrificial is this! Once this sacrifice was made, we not only became his friend, we became his family once we accepted him as our savior, our one and only! We have so much to learn and yet, we couldn’t be so transcending as He! But we can be obedient as He has asked us to be! That’s how we show him glory and honor, being obedient! 

“Father God, I thank You for loving me out of the darkness and making me whole again. I thank You for gifting me with Your peace and Your love. Lord, help me to totally rely on You, trust You completely, and surrender all of my problems and my pain to You… knowing that You love me extravagantly. In Jesus’ name. Amen”


Praying in His name

Once we start to pray, so many things start to happen! Our hearts open up, our mind declutters, our thoughts stop racing even if for the brief moment…. when our child or a friends child goes on a field trip, have you seen he form they fill out with insurance information, and authorizes the person with them to have permission to make medical decisions on your behalf, I’m sure you have seen these before… anyway, once we accepted Christ as our savior, this is exactly what we did, we have someone going for us, on our behalf, for us, superiority of sorts making arrangements in case, arranging the rows for each and everyone of us, as needed, not to say we don’t have choice, God says we have this, ultimately we have many of those…. 

But understand you have someone standing up for you, believing in you and trusting in you as you entrust YOUR LIFE in HIS HANDS! 

“That is what Jesus did for His disciples and, ultimately, for all who would believe in Him. He said that God would answer when we pray using His name. This is the authority you and I have been granted in His name. His name takes His place, His name represents Him. When we pray in His name, it is the same as if He were praying. This privilege seems almost too wonderful to believe! But we can believe it because we have Scripture to back it up. So use the authority of Jesus’ name and put that power to work to overcome evil and bring the blessings of God to this world.” – Joyce Meyer

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Under A Starry ⭐️ Sky

Genesis 3
11/27/16

Focus on Christ in the dark days! Christ is the reason for the season… focus on the true reason for Christmas, it’s not about presents, or what you’ll get or what you’ll give someone. God is constantly working on our behalf, ways he can show how much he loves us! We’re on a constant search for hope, weather we know it or not. Some people may be looking in the wrong place. The Bible is a demonstration of Gods hope! Keep looking up! Sin is real. Pain is real. Conflict, anxiety is real. Jesus Christ is hope for the hurting! 
Pain of sin never goes away unless Jesus is applied! Since Adam and Eve, no human has had a relationship with God. Sin has entered the world and disease, pain, shame, etc, has entered and not left, it has only gotten worse.

Too many times we are treating the symptoms, not the disease. 


Big idea: Jesus Christ is the HOPE for the HURTING
Recognize THE SOURCE OF THE PAIN
Sin of commission... don’t want to do it, but we do it anyway… sin of omission… God says he doesn’t want us to do, but he expects of us (obedience), but we turn a blind eye and we’re still not going to do it. Satan isn’t as strong as we think, our relationship with a Christ isn’t what it should be, that’s why sin happens… or “how it happens.” Sin always begins with misinformation. So how are you supposed to know what God approves and disapproves of, of you don’t go to the word and find out about God and what he wants from us? 

Prepare FOR THE CONSEQUENCES OF SIN

Sin will bring temporary pleasure. Adam and Eve were happy for a moment. With sin, you’ll have shame and blame. Once they sinned, their eyes opened and they hid themselves. Why hide? Because sin will make you ashamed and they realized once they ate from the tree as they were told not to, they were then feeling a conflict of sin, they realized they were naked, and felt shame, then started to blame someone other then themselves. Ultimately, the person and circumstances when we blame someone or something, is blamed on God. He has made and breathed his breath on everything. At some point we have to take responsibility. Relationship has hardships. We’re all incompatible with all people at some point… sin brings pain, heartache, and death. Due to sin, blood had to be spilled. Sin = separation from God. That’s is the greatest heartache! Consequences are real. 

Find HOPE IN THE ONE WHO HEALS
There is hope…. Hope for mankind! He pronounced that he was going to bring a son that was going to redeem us from sin! (VS 15) JESUS! The one person in history that is going to bring victory, no matter dark and gloomy your life seems! He is the promise! 

Jesus has always been the demonstration of Gods love, and while we sojourn through this life, God simply asks us to follow the light of Christ and share Him with the world, in faith.

 

“Now the serpent was more crafty than any other beast of the field that the Lord God had made. He said to the woman, “Did God actually say, ‘You shall not eat of any tree in the garden’?” And the woman said to the serpent, “We may eat of the fruit of the trees in the garden, but God said, ‘You shall not eat of the fruit of the tree that is in the midst of the garden, neither shall you touch it, lest you die.'” But the serpent said to the woman, “You will not surely die. For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” So when the woman saw that the tree was good for food, and that it was a delight to the eyes, and that the tree was to be desired to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate, and she also gave some to her husband who was with her, and he ate. Then the eyes of both were opened, and they knew that they were naked. And they sewed fig leaves together and made themselves loincloths. And they heard the sound of the Lord God walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and the man and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the Lord God among the trees of the garden. But the Lord God called to the man and said to him, “Where are you?” And he said, “I heard the sound of you in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked, and I hid myself.” He said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten of the tree of which I commanded you not to eat?” The man said, “The woman whom you gave to be with me, she gave me fruit of the tree, and I ate.” Then the Lord God said to the woman, “What is this that you have done?” The woman said, “The serpent deceived me, and I ate.””
– ‭‭Genesis‬ ‭3:1-13‬‬
“The Lord God said to the serpent, “Because you have done this, cursed are you above all livestock and above all beasts of the field; on your belly you shall go, and dust you shall eat all the days of your life. I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head, and you shall bruise his heel.” To the woman he said, “I will surely multiply your pain in childbearing; in pain you shall bring forth children. Your desire shall be for your husband, and he shall rule over you.” And to Adam he said, “Because you have listened to the voice of your wife and have eaten of the tree of which I commanded you, ‘You shall not eat of it,’ cursed is the ground because of you; in pain you shall eat of it all the days of your life; thorns and thistles it shall bring forth for you; and you shall eat the plants of the field. By the sweat of your face you shall eat bread, till you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; for you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” The man called his wife’s name Eve, because she was the mother of all living. And the Lord God made for Adam and for his wife garments of skins and clothed them. Then the Lord God said, “Behold, the man has become like one of us in knowing good and evil. Now, lest he reach out his hand and take also of the tree of life and eat, and live forever—” therefore the Lord God sent him out from the garden of Eden to work the ground from which he was taken. He drove out the man, and at the east of the garden of Eden he placed the cherubim and a flaming sword that turned every way to guard the way to the tree of life.”

– ‭‭Genesis‬ ‭3:14-24‬‬

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