August 3, 2020 – Morning Devotion
And even to your old age I am he; and even to hoar hairs will I carry you: I have made, and I will bear; even I will carry, and will deliver you.
~ Isaiah 46:4, KJV ~
There is an eternal promise given to us when we submit our lives, cares, and will over to our Heavenly Father. He created us in his own image and likeness. He fashioned us – both male and female – so that we may have companionship and dominion through His Sovereign Grace. God’s eternal promise is to give us the strength, the courage, and the wisdom to face each day. We are only required to entrust our life to Him without any reservation.
Our Heavenly Father lifts up those whose hearts and prayers are turned toward Him. Are you willing to take up the challenge to turn to Him? Give Him your life in complete and total surrender? Are you ready to take upon yourself the name of Jesus Christ and bear His image and likeness? If so, you are willing to step out in courageous and bold faith to live a blessed life?
He is calling you into fellowship today. He is ready to sustain you the rest of your days. He desires to have companionship with you. Take heed that you must humble yourself and seek His forgiveness and guidance daily.
~ Today’s Prayer and Meditation ~
Heavenly Father, as I face the challenges today, I am reminded of how you protect me. I thank you for your guidance, your wise counsel, and your direction. Today, I will lean upon your love, your strength, and stand as you lift me up today and forever. In Jesus Name, Amen.
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Therefore stand, no matter what, stand in beleif to get through it all, while in troubles at hand, whether in past, present or future. Stop thinking it over, understand God, Father and Son as Won (one) said by continued Beleif (Faith) you will get through it,
John 16:33, As Jesus is quoted as saying that, before his death, burial and resurrection, that he Overcame death
For you, to be willing to die!
So today is a good day is it not? To die and still be alive!
Acts 17:28, as Father is the God of the Living, not the dead
Thank you for all your insight you sharing in care, for us to be healed from Father and Son
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