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kadiej:

“we can make our plans, but the LORD determines our steps.” -proverbs 16:9
#prayer

kadiej:

“we can make our plans, but the LORD determines our steps.” -proverbs 16:9
#prayer

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spiritualinspiration:

…For the Lord does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.”—1Sam 16:7
Beloved, God does not see as man sees. While men saw in young David an ordinary shepherd boy, God saw a king and anointed him as one (1Sam 16:10–13). While men saw in Moses a stutterer, God saw a deliverer and drew him out from obscurity (Ex 3). God saw in them the things He had called them to be.
You, too, have been created for a purpose. Today, God looks beyond what man sees and says about you. He has dreams for you that are bigger than you can imagine!

spiritualinspiration:

…For the Lord does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart.”—1Sam 16:7

Beloved, God does not see as man sees. While men saw in young David an ordinary shepherd boy, God saw a king and anointed him as one (1Sam 16:10–13). While men saw in Moses a stutterer, God saw a deliverer and drew him out from obscurity (Ex 3). God saw in them the things He had called them to be.

You, too, have been created for a purpose. Today, God looks beyond what man sees and says about you. He has dreams for you that are bigger than you can imagine!

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spiritualinspiration:
spiritualinspiration:

When all seems lost, Jesus says, “Just trust me.” In the darkest night, Jesus says, “Just trust me.” While most of us know these words and find them easy to believe in church services when things are going well, they are often much tougher to believe when we find circumstances similar to what Jairus was facing. Fear paralyzes us! Fear controls our thoughts! Fear steals away our faith! So Jesus says, “Don’t be afraid. Just trust me!” May God give us the strength to do just that when we face fearful times.

spiritualinspiration:

When all seems lost, Jesus says, “Just trust me.” In the darkest night, Jesus says, “Just trust me.” While most of us know these words and find them easy to believe in church services when things are going well, they are often much tougher to believe when we find circumstances similar to what Jairus was facing. Fear paralyzes us! Fear controls our thoughts! Fear steals away our faith! So Jesus says, “Don’t be afraid. Just trust me!” May God give us the strength to do just that when we face fearful times.

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nonelikejesus:

“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” Matthew 28:6

nonelikejesus:

“He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.” Matthew 28:6

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spiritualinspiration:

God doesn’t want you to go through life constantly struggling, always burdened down, or always fighting against something. Yes, we know that trials and tribulations will come in this life. There may be seasons that are more difficult than others; but, we can’t just settle where we are and accept that it’s always going to be this way. Just like God led the Israelites into the Promised Land, He wants to lead you to a good land with no shortage and no lack. He wants to cause you to remain in His provision and blessing.

The key is that when difficulty comes, instead of focusing on where you are, instead of dwelling on how things won’t work, turn your focus toward Him. Lift up your eyes to heaven. Cast your cares on the Lord. Don’t let the heaviness of the world drag you down. Put your faith and hope in Him knowing that He has good things in store for your future. Keep praying, keep believing and keep trusting because His yoke is easy, His burden is light, and He’s leading you into your promised land!

spiritualinspiration:

God doesn’t want you to go through life constantly struggling, always burdened down, or always fighting against something. Yes, we know that trials and tribulations will come in this life. There may be seasons that are more difficult than others; but, we can’t just settle where we are and accept that it’s always going to be this way. Just like God led the Israelites into the Promised Land, He wants to lead you to a good land with no shortage and no lack. He wants to cause you to remain in His provision and blessing.

The key is that when difficulty comes, instead of focusing on where you are, instead of dwelling on how things won’t work, turn your focus toward Him. Lift up your eyes to heaven. Cast your cares on the Lord. Don’t let the heaviness of the world drag you down. Put your faith and hope in Him knowing that He has good things in store for your future. Keep praying, keep believing and keep trusting because His yoke is easy, His burden is light, and He’s leading you into your promised land!

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