Isaiah 55:11-13 ](ERV)
In the same way, my words leave my mouth,
and they don’t come back without results.
My words make things happen that I want to happen.
They succeed in doing what I send them to do.
My daily problems seem so minute when compared to a great God. I have a wet carpet in my car on the passenger side and mechanics cannot figure out the problem. Bills seem to overwhelm us, but we are paying them on time. I have a home that needs updating and repairs, but it is secure and warm.
I am blessed with a wonderful daughter, but issues about her future scare me.
The list grows daily of issues we face. We all have problems, but God’s Word is greater.
God’s Holy Bible presents promises that we can apply to our lives. When He speaks, He makes things happen. His will comes to fruition in milliseconds as demonstrated when He created the world.
He is all-powerful and supreme. His promises do not come back void and unfulfilled.
What promises does He make us in the Bible?
“The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still.”
He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.
No weapon forged against you will prevail,
and you will refute every tongue that accuses you.
This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD,
and this is their vindication from me,” declares the LORD.
Next, lets review last week’s linkup.
Last Week’s Top Clicked
You Have Not Been Forgotten or Overlooked
This post is just what I needed this week. It will encourage you; so, be sure to check it out! I love this quote:
“Two things can be true at the same time: This isn’t what I pictured. There are dreams that have died. I’m 100% confident that the Dream Giver is the Author of my story, and He is good.”
My Favorite Post
By Bettie G
Bettie G is a sister and encourager when I face severe pain. I always find inspiration when I read her blog. This post really uplifted me. It was part of a series of posts hosted by Mandy and Michele entitled, “Interviews with Chronic Pain Warriors.” Bettie contributed the first post in this series in which she detailed her struggles with Fibromyalgia, Osteoporosis, Sjogren’s Syndrome, and Occipital Neuralgia. Despite her struggles, she writes faithfully to encourage other women facing longterm and debilitating illnesses. Her poetry is a blessing to me and never fails to uplift. Be sure to check out her post.
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Now, it is time to link up to the Literacy Musing Mondays hop!