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September 22, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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How to Accept Others as Christ Accepted us

How to accept others as Christ accepted youToday’s word prompt is ‘accept’ at Five Minute Friday writing group. I was ready to write about accepting God’s gifts – the first thought that entered my mind – but then I stumbled upon Biblegateway’s verse of the day that had the word ‘accept’ woven into it: Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, in order to bring praise to God. (Romans 15:7, NIV,*) This changed my take on the prompt. Do you know how to accept others just as Christ accepted you? How is it connected to accepting God’s gifts? Let’s see.

How to accept others as Christ accepted you

We really are to accept one another as Christ accepted us. But the key here is that we first need to accept God’s grace to be able to accept anybody. So do receive God’s gifts: grace, peace, salvation, joy, and love. Let the Holy Spirit fill you up that there’s no need left within you. Then you’re ready to accept others as Christ accepted you. We can’t but God can. God’s grace changes us to love others. And when we do accept others and love them, we do bring praise to God. Not because of us but because God’s grace is that powerful. God still works miracles. Everyone who accepts others like Christ accepted us is a proof of that. God is alive and active. Let’s get into what God is doing!

 

Gracious God,
We love you and we praise you!
Thank you for accepting us.
Show us how to accept others like you.
Empower us with your grace,
change us inside and out.
Make us more like you.
Pour our grace upon grace,
love upon love.
In Jesus’ powerful name,
Amen

Q4U: Is it easy for you to accept others? How do you do it?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you accept others as Christ accepted you

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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September 19, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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God Wants You to Be Happy with Him

God wants you to be happy with himDo you want to be happy? I think we all do. Too often people think that God would not want them to be happy. Like God’s goal would be to make you unhappy. That doesn’t ring true, does it? Quite the opposite is true in fact. God wants you to be happy with him.

You grant him blessings forever;
    you make him happy
        with the joy of your presence.
(Psalm 21:6, CEB)

With the words of Charles Spurgeon “Man was not originally made to mourn; he was made to rejoice. The Garden of Eden was his place of happy abode, and as long as he continued in obedience to God, nothing grew in that Garden that could cause him sorrow.” We were created happy. But that was not enough for us. We wanted to be God ourselves. Hence, we had to leave the land of happiness and peace with God was history.

God wants you to be happy

God doesn’t give us orders and regulations to make us unhappy. His goal is to keep us away from harmful things and habits. Obedience might not feel fun but Jesus does not want us miserable. That’s the devil’s job. He does not want you happy, he wants you as miserable as he is. Jesus’ goal is to save you from your sins that separate you from God.

I’m happy from the inside out,
    and from the outside in, I’m firmly formed.
You canceled my ticket to hell—
    that’s not my destination!
(Psalm 16:9-10, MSG)

Only when we are reunited with God, we can be truly happy again. Passing entertainment or frivolous activities do not cut it. John Flavel writes “Christ [is] the very essence of all delights and pleasures, the very soul and substance of them. As all the rivers are gathered into the ocean . . . so Christ is that ocean in which all true delights and pleasures meet.”

Count yourself lucky, how happy you must be—
    you get a fresh start,
    your slate’s wiped clean.
(Psalm 32:1, MSG)

Jesus is the source of our happiness

The only way to lasting happiness is Jesus. When we abide in him we are happy regardless of our circumstances. It takes some practice to learn to cast our cares on Jesus but when we master that skill we are truly happy. Because life is not about owning things or being entertained. Life is about loving God above all and our neighbors as ourselves. It’s about serving others and following Jesus. Life is about finding everlasting happiness in Jesus and his plan for us.

Those who put their trust in the Lord,
    who pay no attention to the proud
    or to those who follow lies,
    are truly happy!
(Psalm 40:4, CEB)

 

Gracious God,
Forgive us for looking for happiness in wrong places
and forgive us for not trusting you to want happiness for us.
Because you do! You’ve always have wanted only good things for us.
Fill us with your loving Spirit.
Enable us to love you above everything and others like ourselves.
Make us shine happiness for your glory.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Are you happy?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you enjoy life with God!

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September 15, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Who Does Support You?

Who does support you?When things go south who or what does support you? Having a support system is one of those things in life that make a huge difference. There are times when we need support. When we are down or weary, we need someone to lift us up. Who does support you? What kind of support system do you have? Does it work?

Human support systems fail

My experience is that any human support system – no matter how good and dedicated it is, no matter how special and needed it is – fails one time or another. The only support system that I have found that doesn’t fail, is the Lord. Human beings just can’t be there all the time. Other people just can’t know your deepest needs like your maker does. Humans are humans, God is God.

Unless the Lord had helped me,
    I would soon have settled in the silence of the grave.
18 I cried out, “I am slipping!”
    but your unfailing love, O Lord, supported me.
19 When doubts filled my mind,
    your comfort gave me renewed hope and cheer.
(Psalm 94:17-19,NLT,*)

The divine support system does not fail

The blessed thing about having God as your support system is that it does not fail. Ever. God is with us through thick and thin. He is not afraid of sadness or sickness. He will never leave us or forsake us, he lifts us up and supports us whenever we need it. The divine support system does not fail. We can count on that. What a confidence boost, right? We can always count on God for being there for us. Talk about hope and cheer.

 

Gracious God,
You are so good to us.
Thank you for being our constant support.
Help us to see your love at work in our lives.
Thank you for blessing us with friends and family,
bless each and every one of them.
But thank you that your support is even better.
You’ve promised that nothing will ever separate
you children from your love,
Help us to base our lives on that promise.
Thank you for always being there for us.
We love you, Papa!
In Jesus’ precious name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you have a good support system? Is it divine?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you embrace God and base your life on his love!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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September 12, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Spend Time in God’s Presence

Spend time in God's presenceDo you have a lot of questions about life and faith? Are they keeping you away from God or are they bringing you closer to him? Don’t fight your questions, give them to God. He will answer them when you’re ready. Meanwhile, embrace your questions, live them and praise God in advance for answering you when the time is right. Instead of worrying about the answers, use your time more usefully: spend time in God’s presence. That’s from where all the blessings flow, also those that you didn’t know you needed.

Trust in him at all times, you people;
    pour out your hearts to him,
    for God is our refuge.
(Psalm 62:8, NIV)

Spend time in God’s presence

Ravi Zacharias has said “Having the answers is not essential to living. What is essential is the sense of God’s presence during dark seasons of questioning.” Faith does not always make sense. We can most often understand God’s reasons afterward but not while we are in the storm. Hence faith is trust that even though it might not yet make sense, it can make miracles because God is all-powerful.

But as for me, it is good to be near God.
    I have made the SovereignLord my refuge;
    I will tell of all your deeds.
(Psalm 73:28, NIV)

Coming into God’s presence is always worth it. The enemy tries to keep us away because he knows how powerful people who spend time in God’s presence really become. Charles Stanley states “We can be tired, weary and emotionally distraught, but after spending time alone with God, we find that He injects into our bodies energy, power and strength.” That’s what happens when we spend time in God’s presence. We are reminded how loved we are, how precious we are. And, especially, we are reminded how there’s nothing God wouldn’t do to keep us safe in him and that he is all-powerful to keep that promise. So, no wonder we are energized, empowered and strengthened in God’s presence.

Don’t pass by this

In Your presence is fullness of joy;
In Your right hand there are pleasures forevermore.
(Psalm 16:11, AMP)

There’s nothing like spending time in God’s presence. Nothing. It’s the ultimate experience of the divine on earth. This is when God Almighty meets the human, this is when the unseen touches the visible world.

When we sit at the feet of Jesus, we are blessed beyond measure. Not materialistically. But spiritually. When we pray, we let God take action in our lives. We see God work in, for and through us. And that is when faith makes miracles. In and through our ordinary lives.

 

Gracious God,
You are so good to us.
Don’t let anything keep us away from you.
We give up all our excuses and just run to you.
There’s nothing else we desire than you.
We surrender ourselves to you,
may your will happen in, for and through us.
Surround us with your grace,
let us feel your sweet presence.
Change us for the better.
May our lives bring glory to you.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you spend time in God’s presence? Why/why not?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you spend time with Jesus and let him change you according to his plan for you!

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September 8, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Does Faith Work?

Does faith work?What do you think? Does faith work or is it just a collection of meaningless religious rituals and a collection of outdated dogma? Too often people make their minds about this without testing it. Because if you do test-drive faith in Jesus, you will soon realize: it does work.

How does faith work?

It is a mystery. We don’t know how God operates. I find it wonderful that I can’t put God in a box. God is God and still, he loves me. When I pray, he hears me and answers me. Also, the forgiveness of sins is real, once you confess your sins and ask for forgiveness, the Holy Spirit lifts your sins away and gives you peace. Try it yourself.

God seeks you

Faith works because God seeks us. It is always God first. Then we are able to respond to his love and grace. Just think of Mary at Jesus’ grave on Easter morning. She was not able to recognize Jesus until Jesus called out to her. When her spiritual eyes were opened, she was able to see Jesus.

Now Mary stood outside the tomb crying. As she wept, she bent over to look into the tomb 12 and saw two angels in white, seated where Jesus’ body had been, one at the head and the other at the foot.

13 They asked her, “Woman, why are you crying?”

“They have taken my Lord away,” she said, “and I don’t know where they have put him.” 14 At this, she turned around and saw Jesus standing there, but she did not realize that it was Jesus.

15 He asked her, “Woman, why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?”

Thinking he was the gardener, she said, “Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have put him, and I will get him.”

16 Jesus said to her, “Mary.”

She turned toward him and cried out in Aramaic, “Rabboni!” (which means “Teacher”). (John 20:11-16, NIV, emphasis added,*)

Faith does work

Faith works because it’s not about us. It’s about Jesus. He seeks us and enables us to believe. And even that’s not all. Jesus gives us grace upon grace to empower us to believe and live out our faith. Faith works because it does not depend on our abilities or works. It works because of God. Faith is a gift from God, from start to finish.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for seeking our for us,
giving us spiritual eyes to see Jesus.
Pour out grace upon grace,
empower us to love and serve like Jesus.
Come and move in our lives,
show us how you work in, for, through our lives.
Let us feel your presence right now.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: What do you think? Does faith work?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you receive God’s gift of faith and use it every of your life!

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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September 5, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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How to Leave the Past Behind

How to Leave the Past BehindDo you live too much in the past? Is it hard for you to move on and leave the past – its ups and downs – behind you? It’s harder than many of us think but it is possible. We all have things in our past that we’d like to disappear. But that’s not going to happen. What to do then? How can we leave the past behind?

How to leave the past behind

First of all, deal with your sins and mistakes; repent and ask God to forgive your sins. And then receive God’s grace and trust that God has forgiven you. God is faithful and just and does as he says in his word:

If we [freely] admit that we have sinned and confess our sins, He is faithful and just [true to His own nature and promises], and will forgive our sins and cleanse us continually from all unrighteousness [our wrongdoing, everything not in conformity with His will and purpose]. (1 John 1:9, AMP)

How to Leave the Past Behind

 

Second of all, forget about the past. When God has forgiven you, he forgets your transgressions. Forgiven means forgiven, you are not an exception. So, please, do forget about the past.

Brothers and sisters, I myself don’t think I’ve reached it, but I do this one thing: I forget about the things behind me and reach out for the things ahead of me. (Phil. 3:13-14, CEB)

How to Leave the Past Behind

God creates new things

Third of all, give all your sorrows, sins, regrets, worries, failures to Jesus. Your past will be great building material for a better future. Just give all to Jesus. He can create amazing things out of them. Nothing will be left unused. God can use everything for good.

“Forget the former things; do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! (Isaiah 43:18-19, NIV)

How to Leave the Past Behind

And, finally, don’t take your eyes of Jesus. As C.J. Mahaney has said “Rather than look back on our lives and agonize over “What if?” or “If only”, let’s remember instead His cry from the cross: “It is finished.” Forget the past, reach out to Jesus. Leave the past behind, let Jesus create a new future for you. All is paid. It is finished.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for sending Jesus
to save us from our sins and from ourselves.
Forgive our trespasses, Lord.
Also, help us to forgive and forget our own mistakes.
Enable us to receive forgiveness and let go of the past.
Build a new thing in our lives.
Make our future beautiful in you.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you know how to leave the past behind?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you leave your past at the feet of the cross and move on into the future prepared for you by Jesus!

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September 1, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Called to Love Our Neighbors

Called to Love Our NeighborsChristian faith needs to be personal but it’s not meant to isolate us from others. We are members of the body of Christ, not our own entities. As J.B. Phillips points out “Christianity is not a religion at all but a way of life, a falling in love with God, and through him a falling in love with our fellows.” We have the privilege to be God’s beloved children. But all the love we receive from God is meant to be shared with others. We are called to love our neighbors.

Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ 31 The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:30-31, NIV,*)

Called to love our neighbors

Sometimes it feels impossible to love others. It seems all our energy goes into barely surviving. But we should not forget there always lie hidden blessings in following God’s commands. It is also so with loving our neighbors. It is not only for their benefit, it is also for ours.

C.S. Lewis encourages us this way “Do not waste your time bothering whether you “love” your neighbour act as if you did. As soon as we do this, we find one of the great secrets. When you are behaving as if you loved someone, you will presently come to love him. If you injure someone you dislike, you will find yourself disliking him more. If you do him a good turn, you will find yourself disliking him less.”

God’s love changes everything

God empowers us to love, even our enemies. We could not do it but God can. Loving our neighbors is one way we can experience God’s power in and through us. When we just take the first step into loving others, God will do the rest. And when we bring love in situations, we bring God in the midst of our neighbors. And, as you know, God does change everything. How blessed we are to have this capacity to bring God to our neighbors.

 

Gracious God,
Thanks for calling us into partnership with you.
We are blessed indeed to be called to love our neighbors.
Thank you for always blessings also the ones that bless others.
Fill us with your love and grace, Lord,
and enable and empower us to love all who we meet.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: How do you feel about being called to love our neighbors?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you share God’s goodness with your neighbors.

* [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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August 29, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Spiritual Growth – Deeper into God’s Grace

Spiritual GrowthHere are some observations on the Apostle Paul’s spiritual growth. It was not something flashy or quick; it took a lifetime. And the end result was not something the world thinks was necessarily that great. Paul started to talk less about him and more of Christ. He became more aware of his short comings and his perpetual need of grace. His spiritual growth was not up but down. Deeper into God’s grace.

This is spiritual growth, folks

I’ve got three different verses from Paul’s letters in chronological order. You can see how his view of himself became less and less as Christ took more and more space in him.

For I am the least of the apostles and do not even deserve to be called an apostle, because I persecuted the church of God. (1 Cor. 15:9, NIV, emphasis added)

Though I am the least deserving of all God’s people, he graciously gave me the privilege of telling the Gentiles about the endless treasures available to them in Christ. (Eph. 3:8, NLT, emphasis added)

Here is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners—of whom I am the worst. (1 Tim. 1:15, NIV, emphasis added)

How to emulate this in your life

Acknowledge that there is no way you can pay off your depth to Jesus Christ. That’s not even the goal of Christian living. Instead, embrace grace and the Lord of grace as you are, receive all that God has for you with great joy. And then go out and live out your faith, share all that grace with others.

Know that you will never grow out of your need of grace. Even if you follow the law of God perfectly, you’d still need grace. Because there’s no way around grace. It’s the foundation of our freedom in Christ. Without grace, we can’t be united with God. But when we live in Christ, we will never lack grace or the power of God in our lives.

Spiritual growth just happens when we abide in Jesus. It’s the work of the Holy Spirit. And the result is not becoming some sort of superior Christian. But it’s becoming Christ-like. It’s starting to see your sinfulness more keenly and noticing your dreadful need of grace becoming greater and greater. That’s what happened to Paul. And that’s what is happening to us as we keep on clinging to Jesus. Christian living is digging deeper into God’s grace.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for your incredible grace.
Help us to see ourselves and each other with your grace.
Enable us to trust you with our imperfections.
Keep us from getting discouraged when we continue to see
how much we need your grace every day.
Instead, show us the joy in your love and grace.
Help us to celebrate you and your grace every day of our lives.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: How do you see spiritual growth?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you embrace God’s grace and all that God has for you!

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August 25, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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The Best Guide in the World

the best guide in the worldI love God for many reasons but one of my favorite things is the fact that he guides me. It’s not just talking. You see, it really happens whether we realize it or not. We are not alone in this world. God is with us and he is ready to help us. The best guide in the world wants to connect the dots for us. And Jesus does not just show us the way. He is the way.

He guides me along the right paths for his name’s sake. (Ps. 23:3, NIV,*)

The Best Guide in the World

God loves us and wants to help us with everything. He does not despise us but wants us to get on with our lives. If we let him do what he loves to do: be the best guide in the world, we will be pleasantly surprised. Jesus excels at sorting our things for us. Even though we will never see all that is going on behind the scenes we can praise him for being the best guide in the world. Because he is. Even when things around us seem to get out of our hands, the things are firmly in his hands.

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. 139:9-10, NLT,*)

God will guide us all the way

God does not ‘just’ guide us but he gives us strength and wisdom and grace upon grace. And he does not cut back his support when we need it most. God will guide us all the way, until the very end. So we don’t have anything to worry about. I’m slowly learning to cast my stress on Jesus. It takes some deliberate effort but it does work. God is real, folks. God is real. He is the very best guide in the world. We are truly blessed.

For this God is our God for ever and ever; he will be our guide even to the end.(Ps 48:14, NIV,*)

So let’s live like the blessed children of God we truly are. We do not need to know what we will be doing next year or even next day, God knows. And whenever we have concerns about some practical issues, bring them to Jesus. Ask for help. And your will receive. The more you practice this, the more you will trust the process. And the more in love with Jesus you will be. Not just because you get all these blessings in your life. But because you’re slowly learning how wonderful Jesus is. And that, my friend, is heaven on earth.

 

Gracious God,
Thank you for not leaving us alone here.
You truly are the best guide in the world.
Help us to remember that.
Draw us near to you so
we could learn how wonderful you really are.
Because that’s what we want:
to know you and be known by you.
In Jesus’ name,
Amen

Q4U: Do you believe God is the best guide in the world? Have you experienced guidance in tangible ways?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you * [As you might have noticed, I enjoy reading the Bible in different translations and love comparing them. I have started linking the Bible verses toBiblegateway.com so you can easily read (and compare) them in the different versions I’ve used while preparing each post.].

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August 22, 2017
by Mari-Anna Stålnacke @flowingfaith
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Have You Forgotten How Powerful God Is?

Have you forgotten how powerful God isHow are you doing? Are you tired of everything? Exhausted or desperate? Guess what, life is not on your shoulders. This is not all there is. You don’t have to manage your life on your own. Help is available. For real. Have you forgotten how powerful God is? Or maybe you don’t really believe that God is active and alive. But he is. And there’s a lot he has to offer for all who believe. Not just when you’re wearing your Sunday best but on weekdays when everything seems to be going wrong.

God is our refuge and strength [mighty and impenetrable],
A very present and well-proved help in trouble.
(Ps. 46:10, AMP, emphasis added)

Have you forgotten how powerful God is?

Usually, when we feel down, everything supposedly spiritually uplifting seems to be the last thing we want to do. But this is how the enemy works. He wants us to get so busy and seemingly self-sufficient that we forget our need of Christ. We start skipping taking care of our spiritual needs and we start – without realizing it – drifting away from God. Soon our spiritual eyes dim and we don’t see the glory of God anymore. We forgot how powerful God is. Soon we start feeling exhausted and restless, our life seems to be lacking meaning and purpose. What to do then?

And [I pray] that the eyes of your heart [the very center and core of your being] may be enlightened [flooded with light by the Holy Spirit], so that you will know and cherish the hope [the divine guarantee, the confident expectation] to which He has called you, the riches of His glorious inheritance in the saints (God’s people), and [so that you will begin to know] what the immeasurable and unlimited and surpassing greatness of His [active, spiritual] power is in us who believe. (Eph. 1:18-19, AMP, emphasis added)

How to experience the power of God

Whenever you’re feeling down for some reason, turn to God. If you don’t have any desire to seek God, ask God to rekindle that desire in you. God hears your prayers and answers to you. For real.

This amazes me over and over again. Every time I earnestly seek God, he answers. Try it yourself! Experience the power of God in your everyday life. Not – necessarily – in showy ways but in tangible small ways.

Faith is simple.
But it works.
Prayer is simple.
But it works.

God is more powerful than you know. You just need to let God show you. Your problems are nothing to God. Surrender them and yourself to God and let him sort your life out. He loves to do that. It’s impossible for you but it’s easy for him. Let our Heavenly Father show you how wonderful it is to be his child.

 

Gracious God,
Forgive us for drifting away from your Word
and for forgetting how powerful you are.
We surrender ourselves and our problems to you.
Help us, Lord! Sort us out.
Show us your glory,
let us experience your power.
In Jesus’ precious name,
Amen

Q4U: Have you experienced/forgotten how powerful God is?

Be blessed my fellow pilgrim as you let God show you what he can do with your life!

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