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Courage in Times of Change

Take therefore no thought for the morrow: for the morrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof.
~ Matthew 6:34, KJV ~

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~ June 6, 2020 Devotional ~

Has present circumstances and situations cause you to be anxious? Struggling with how to control what is happening around you causing consternation? Through prayer and meditation, let your Heavenly Father know of your troubled heart and anxieties. Bring to Him those changes that have caused a disruption in your life. Seek His divine and sovereign grace in these trying and difficult times.

He will protect you. After all, did he not create all things for His own good? As you seek God’s counsel, wisdom, and protection in troubled and changing times; remember to serve Him with a willing heart and willing hands. While the world may change each moment, God’s love never fails and never changes. His love and grace endures forever.

A life centered on Christ – one need not fear change.

~ Today’s Prayer and Meditation ~

Heavenly Father, help me in times of trouble and change. Comfort me with thy spirit and guide my path according to your will. Help me walk in the footsteps of the Savior – each day. Fearing nothing and allowing your love to be uplifting and inspiring to others whose hearts and minds are troubled amidst the changes we face. Help me become the person of faith you know I am capable of being. Sharing your light in a darkening world. In Christ’s name, Amen.

1 thought on “Courage in Times of Change”

  1. Amen, how to stand regardless of any situation at hand? Take a look at Job, how did he not deny God in all that, I mean the enemy was trying to get Job to deny God, through adversities that happened to him.
    And He did not deny God did he? Upset, I bet, I think I would be too. Even Job’s wife got fed up, and tried to get Job to deny God

    Remember what God said about Job in Chapter 1.
    You do see that God says this about you too, if not ask to be revealed truth of this Love given us by Son
    Proven in the resurrection of his not ever denying God Father either. As Father God was not known as Father, until Son.
    Ever notice that: And Jesus told Mary after his being risen, in John 20 chapter I think, He said he muxt now go to his Father, and now her Father

    Does that make Father, Jesus’s Father our Father, once one stands in beleif? I think so, especi ally through Adversities


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