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I may sound like a broken record in saying this. I state this often because I strongly believe it and long for you to also believe and fully experience it.

Our relationship with the Lord is the most important relationship there is.

In this relationship, we will receive benefits we could not imagine. In my own experience, I have found all the love He has to give is mine and I receive it new each morning, quietly alone with Him where I know daily the heart and breath of His love to me.

The joy that puts a bounce in my step just walking from room to room or across the aisle of the grocery store, that is the heart and breath He is to me! When I understand that I am loved by an Almighty God and heavenly Father, it is a natural progression to be filled with joy. How could this not fill me with great joy?

The heart and breath He is to me also comes in the peace He gives me. I don’t have to worry about what I do not know, because I have His peace, which is better than answers. Oh, I definitely start to worry, but I have to stop and remind myself what God’s Word tells me, and I choose to trade worry for His peace.

With His peace, I also gain comfort and strength to take me through the difficult days that life is sure to hold while we walk on this earth.

He fills my heart with all of this and more, and I live and breathe these blessings every day. In the strength of each beat of my heart and every breath I take, I will love the LORD my God. 

Mark 12:30 “And you shall love the LORD your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength.”  

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Why is it so hard to surrender and yield to a high and Holy God, who is our Abba Father?

Yield:
To relinquish control to someone or something;
To give something up to someone else;
The opposite of being in control or in charge.

Yes, it’s a hard thing to do; but when it’s done, surrender yields a sweet reward of intimacy with the Lord. The relationship between Father and child becomes knit together in strength, trust, and love. That’s when we learn to trust God’s ways, not ours. That’s how we tune our hearts to an obedient walk and choose to press in close for all He has for us as He leads and guides our lives. We gain much more than we lose when we give our lives in total surrender to our Heavenly Father and Lord.

There lies a constant risk of danger when we live unto ourselves and our own ways, and not unto God and His ways. A life lived unto ourselves becomes a painted target for Satan. Any part of our hearts not surrendered to the Lord is the enemy’s for the taking, and he will most certainly attack those vulnerable places.

That’s why it’s so vitally important to give ourselves completely to our God, submitted and yielded, fully surrendering every part of our hearts into His hands. The attacks still come, but He is our strength and shield when we’re yielded to Him. He is the power that can overcome anything the enemy brings against us—if our hearts are wholly surrendered to Him.

As believers, we are privileged to follow the Lord in our journey. By faith and obedience, and because we love Him and know we are loved by Him, we seek His ways, we draw close, and we keep our eyes on Him. We listen for His voice and we follow where He leads. Our yielded hearts understand that a surrendered life is a life walked hand in hand with the Lord.

Show me Your ways, O LORD;
Teach me Your paths.
Lead me in Your truth and teach me,
For You are the God of my salvation;
On You I wait all the day. ~Psalm 25:4-5

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There are days

When all things neatly line up as they should.
Then there are days when nothing lines up,
When nothing fits or looks the way
It seems that it should be.

Do I still trust when I don’t understand,
When I can’t see the way
It could possibly work out okay?

That’s when I trust the most…
that’s when I hold on tight,
That’s when I put my faith to work.
Faith believes God is making a way.

Faith believes
He can work all things for good,
When there are days all things line up –
When there are days
They don’t.

“And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose”.  ~ Romans 8:28

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For if you carefully keep all these commandments which I command you to do—to love the Lord your God, to walk in all His ways, and to hold fast to Him – then the Lord will drive out all these nations from before you, and you will dispossess greater and mightier nations than yourselves.” Deuteronomy 11:22-23

I recently read these two verses above and could not miss the obvious lesson in verse 22–a beautiful outline for how we can build our relationship with God. This is how we can go deeper in our walk with Him. When we go deeper we will hold fast to Him. This is where we experience victory in our Christian life. For the Israelites that was driving out the other wicked nations, for us it is overcoming difficult circumstances in our lives.

How We Can Go Deeper

There are three progressions: Three Steps

It starts with Love.

Step 1: To love the Lord your God – I cherish this invitation from a High and Holy God who wants us to love Him.

Step 2: To walk in all His ways – This is what scripture teaches us in our Bible, how to live the Christian life. We must be reading His word to learn how to walk in His ways.

Step 3: And to hold fast to Him – This is what makes the difference in a close relationship and in difficult times. This is the vital key to going deeper. Hold on and hold on tight!

If we don’t hold fast, we are much more vulnerable to grow cold and/or to stray.

Holding fast keeps us close and will prevent us from straying and going after false gods or those things in our lives that take the place He should have, the preeminent place that is rightfully His.

Deuteronomy 13:4 is another verse that calls attention to holding fast and Joshua 22:5 brings this message home in the words of Joshua, chosen by God to be the Israelite leader and commander following the death of Moses.

Deuteronomy 13:4

“You shall walk after the Lord your God and fear Him, and keep His commandments and obey His voice; you shall serve Him and hold fast to Him.”

Joshua 22:5

“But take careful heed to do the commandment and the law which Moses the servant of the Lord commanded you, to love the Lord your God, to walk in all His ways, to keep His commandments, to hold fast to Him, and to serve Him with all your heart and with all your soul.” 

Do you love the Lord? Are you walking in His ways? Are you holding fast to Him?

Hold on and hold on tight.

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But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him. ~ Hebrews 11:6 

As I’ve been learning to walk by faith and obedience in my relationship with God, my examples have been many of the people in the Bible who exemplify what happens when we make a move of faithGod then moves for us. What do I mean by that? When we answer a call to faith and step out and make a move to demonstrate our faith, then God shows up. And when He moves, He does the supernatural.

In Joshua 6, Joshua and the Israelites faithfully and obediently marched around the Jericho wall shouting and blowing their trumpets, and the wall fell flat. The wall that was wide enough for two chariots to pass on its top fell flat. No one blew it up—they blew trumpets.

In 1 Samuel 17, David took a slingshot and five stones, and God sent that first stone in a deadly hurl straight into Goliath’s head. David didn’t have a super bionic arm. He had faith in an all-powerful God.

In Judges 7, God told Gideon to downsize his army and gave him instructions on how to do so. Gideon had obeyed God’s directive and started with an army of thirty two thousand, but God said, tell the ones who are afraid that they may leave, and the numbers quickly dropped to ten thousand. Then God said, that’s still too many, and He dropped the numbers again to three hundred with a water-lapping test. With these three hundred remaining men, the battle was won—with trumpets, pitchers, and torches, not traditional weapons of war!

These are only a few instances of many we read in the Bible, but the lesson is clear in all of them. Faith and obedience please God, and then God moves for us! A demonstration of faith will produce a God-sized result, and a God-sized result is greater than anything we could do on our own.

When we are facing monumental situations in our lives, these examples from scripture remind us to stand firm in our faith, walk diligently in obedience, and fully trust that God is going to move on our behalf.

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I woke up today and I felt small and insignificant. Why?

It happened when I fell into the trap of comparing myself to others.  

I doubt that I am the only one that does that. You might also be feeling small, insignificant, and maybe even invisible sometimes. I have felt all of those at one time or another.

But I reminded myself that the Bible thankfully tells me otherwise. I have read how God worked in the lives of insignificant and invisible people in a mighty way. I could easily think of five that God moved from a place of insignificance to a position of great ranking.

David was invisible and God handpicked him while a young shepherd and anointed him to be the king of Israel.

Joseph was invisible while falsely imprisoned – until his appointed time when God promoted him to second in command to Pharoah in Egypt and was used by God to save the people from famine.

Moses was invisible, feeling defeated and finished on the back side of the desert until God burned a Holy bush and called him to let His people go.

Nehemiah was invisible during his captivity as a cup bearer for King Artaxerxes and God enabled him to lead the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem.

Gideon was invisible as he hid—threshing wheat in a wine press when the Angel of the Lord appeared and called him a mighty warrior and God gave him an unconventional victory in battle with only three hundred men

Recalling the accounts of each of these men assured me that God sees us! He sees you! We are not invisible to Him. But if you feel that way today I would suggest you read about David, Joseph, Moses, Nehemiah and Gideon. Let their stories tell you what they told me today. We are not insignificant and we are not invisible.

God sees us and He has amazing plans He wants to work in our lives.

For more of their stories see Scripture passages below:

David: 1 Samuel 16:1-13, Joseph: Psalm 105:16-22, also see Genesis 41:39-41, Moses: Exodus 3:1-10, Nehemiah: 2:4-6, Gideon: Judges 6:11-12

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There have been many times in past years, even decades, that my life did not track the way I thought it would. Yet, I learned that when it doesn’t track according to my plan, that doesn’t mean it isn’t tracking according to God’s plan. When I watched my life take twists and turns that did not seem to add up to any expectation of what I perceived to be God’s plan for my life, I wrestled with how to deal with the perplexing turns my life was taking.

I know God is in the business of changing, moulding, shaping, and testing us. There will be unexpected twists and turns in the events of our lives that will make us wonder what God is doing and the answer won’t seem clear at all. That is part of the test to see if we are serious about the work He has called us to do. It is also part of the test to see if we are willing to be changed, moulded, and prepared for what He has planned for us in His perfect timing, perfect way, and in His perfect will.

I don’t know if the perplexing part of my journey was God changing me, preparing me, testing me, or the enemy assaulting me, or if it was all of those. If God was changing me, I am definitely a different person now. If He was testing me, I want to pass the test.  If He was preparing me, I am thankful for the work He is doing in me. If the enemy was attacking me, he failed.

God is building something out of our lives, and the beginning product does not look like the finished product. God is the one with the blueprint and the plan. Looking back across the years of my life’s journey, I can trace God’s work in my life through many turns in the road, including detours and disappointments, along with joy and blessings. Ultimately, His will is being accomplished in my life, and I choose to walk this road with Him, even when I don’t know where the road is leading.

Proverbs 16:9 “A man’s heart plans his way, But the LORD directs his steps.”

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What if there was no faith to keep your hope alive?
What if there was no hope to keep your faith strong?

By faith I believed and salvation was my gift.
By faith and hope I know what I believe.

I believe in God
His love
His grace
His Son
His plan for my life.

All of this gives me hope for all I need faith for
Today…
And all I need faith for
Tomorrow.

Hebrews 11:1
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen

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The faith we hold tight
…is the faith that carries us through all our days.
  

When every step you take looks like a dark, foggy path
And life feels like a constant uphill climb,

It’s easy to grow discouraged
And think about giving up.

That’s when you hold tight to your faith
And keep moving forward …

Placing one foot in front of the other
Trusting God will lead you all the way.

You may not know exactly where you are going,
But you know the One who makes a way for you.

Psalm 18:32-33
It is God who arms me with strength, and makes my way perfect. He makes my feet like the feet of deer, and sets me on my high places.”

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But now, O LORD, You are our Father; we are the clay, and You our potter; and all we are the work of Your hand.  Isaiah 64:8

When an artist paints a picture, or a composer writes a song, there is a finished product. Think of your favorite song or a favorite painting in your home, or in an art museum or gallery. The idea was conceived, the work was mastered, and the product was brought to completion.

I ask myself sometimes, what is God, the Master artist, doing with me? What is He making, shaping, moulding, out of me?  Why can’t I see the finished product?

Because I am not a finished product. He is still working on me. I am clay and He is the potter. I am clay…in His hands.

And having lived for many years now, I have learned that He does not work in a hurry.

I have also learned that much of the time it is an invisible work He is doing, work I wish I could more easily see, but that would be my impatience showing. He’s working on that in me, too.

I am His workmanship, on the potter’s wheel, and I am being changed. He is still working on me. The Creator of the universe—who spoke into existence a whole world and its expansive heavens—is working on me!  In His hands, the hands of the Potter, I am being made beautiful.

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In quietness and confidence shall be your strength.”  Isaiah 30:15b 

Have you ever just sat silent and still for a little while, with quietness wrapped around you like a comforting favorite blanket? If you have, you know the stillness can become a moment that invokes an atmosphere of peace.

How did that happen? Well, the world slowed down because you slowed down. Calm had a chance to breathe.

When I sit still and silent, I close my eyes and breathe deeply this gift of serenity, for just a little while.

Sometimes we all need a little time to truly catch our breath …

Just for a little while, we need quiet, peaceful moments to hear ourselves think the deep thoughts—thoughts that compete for our attention but stay hidden in the shadows, because they have been crowded out by our busyness.

But for a little while savor your deep thoughts and listen to what your heart wants you to hear.

You know the thoughts I’m talking about. Maybe a prayer for someone. Maybe an idea, a dream, a hope you have felt stirring. Maybe letting go of piled-up stress that needs to be exhaled and released. Maybe acknowledging God’s nearness and drawing close to him.

Don’t pick that phone up again. The call can wait. This is a moment for stillness. The innermost part of your heart is trying to tell you something. You need this. From time to time, we all need this. 

We need to give ourselves permission to savor quiet, restful moments.

They will refresh you. They will remind you who you are. You will have a new outlook on life and all that is going on around you.

All you have to do is be still … for a little while.

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All the Grace I need He freely gives.

I am flawed.

Every day I miss the mark.

I lose patience and say things the wrong way which means I shouldn’t have said them at all.

I forget to pray for someone I assured I would remember their prayer request.

I stand in the line at the grocery store and chit chat with the cashier or another person in line with me and forget to share the Lord in some way when God opens the door and gives me a moment to open my mouth and be a light in a dark world.

I have negative and critical thoughts about someone and then I am filled with guilt.

The list is endless.

There is bad news and there is good news.

Bad news: I have flaws and I mess up – consistently. I am not perfect. Not even close. Sometimes I am just a big mess.

Good news: I am a sinner saved by grace. And then the good news gets even better. There is someone who is perfect. Jesus is the perfect one. And He perfectly loves me every day. He loves me although I am flawed and when I miss the mark.

I don’t like myself when I mess up but I am reminded that God’s grace is there for me and I can do better with His help. I want to do better. God is patient with me and He continues to work in me to make me more like Him. This gives me hope. I am so thankful there is hope and grace for this flawed heart of mine.

Philippians 1:6
Being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete it until the day of Jesus Christ.”

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Moving into a new year isn’t as simple as merely turning the page on a calendar.

Sometimes, instead of an organized list of plans and goals the new year looks like a list of question marks.

The things of life don’t always fall neatly into place with everything sorted and resolved according to our best laid plans. When we turn a calendar page and a brand new year stares back, it reminds us how little we know about what tomorrow holds and how little control we have over events that unfold.

I have never found it realistic to believe we exert any legitimate control in this world and yet I hear people repeatedly declare how they love to be, and must be in control. When I look around, what I see is a world constantly spinning out of control.

As I enter this new year I will acknowledge that it isn’t about how much I know and how well I have planned for what lies ahead. Approaching this new year is about who I know and that is Jesus Christ. This relationship with Jesus sets the course for another new year and is the firm foundation on which my life stands.

Navigating this journey of life as a new year begins is also a process of holding tight to faith – a faith that endures the calendars of days to come.

Since the dawn of mankind in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve – to the dawn of a new year, God has been pursuing a relationship with us-built on faith and obedience in our walk with Him.

This relationship will grow and deepen when we consistently choose to seek the Lord and faithfully follow Him all the days and all the years of our lives.

As one year ends and the dawn of a new year begins, this is what matters most.

Jeremiah 29:13 And you will seek Me and find Me, When you search for Me with all your heart.”

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Psalm 119:105  “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.

Do we take God at His Word? This is an important question because for some people it means that we have to logically understand everything He says–and that is impossible. Does that mean we don’t take Him at His Word, or does it mean we engage our faith?

Yes, we must engage our faith to take God at His Word. God’s ways are higher than our ways and we will never understand everything He has written to us in our Bible. But we can believe what we don’t understand…by faith.

Faith is definitely required to take God at His Word and it begins the moment we exercise faith to receive Salvation and is integral in living out our new life in Christ.

It is also important that we read our Bible and know what God actually says in His Word and not just rely on teachers and preachers. We need to read our Bible and allow God to teach us. Not everyone is a studied theologian, but everyone can read Genesis through Revelation and ask God to teach them and increase their knowledge and wisdom.

Everyone can also benefit from the use of a concordance that is either in your Bible or buy one to use when you read the Bible. There are so many convenient and free online tools that can help with Bible study and we need to reap the benefits of the resources that are now online.

Why is this so important? We need to know what we believe and why we believe so we can be grounded and rooted in our faith. We need to know God’s Word so it can help us navigate our life.

We need to know God’s Word in order to benefit from the many promises He has given us.

His Word tells me if I believe on Him then I am saved: John 3:16, Romans 10:9  

His Word tells me once I am saved that I am His forever: John 10:27-30

His Word tells me nothing can separate me from his love: Romans 8:38-39

His Word says He has a plan for my life: Jeremiah 29:11

I will take Him at His Word.

Proverbs 30:5 “Every word of God is pure; He is a shield to those who put their trust in Him.”

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I love the LORD, because He has heard my voice and my supplications. Because He has inclined His ear to me, therefore I will call upon Him as long as I live.” Psalm 116:1-2

A new morning begins
Here starts another day
Here goes another week
I will go where He leads
I will call and I will wait upon the Lord

I hope this week finds you hand in hand with the Lord, walking with Him in sweet fellowship and knowing all the love He has for you.

Romans 5:5

Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us.

I hope this new week takes you places where the desires of your heart will be fulfilled and new doors open before you as you follow the Lord

Psalm 37:4

Delight yourself also in the LORD, and He shall give you the desires of your heart.

And if you are waiting for something, something you have prayed and sought the Lord about, and wondering when it will come to pass, wait in the strength He’s given us when we fully place our trust in Him.

Isaiah 40:31

They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles. They shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.

If we take His hand and follow where He leads, and continue to call upon the Lord and trustingly wait for His answers, we can rest knowing we are exactly in the place where we are supposed to be. That place is where His will for us is accomplished in our lives.

Hebrews 13:20-21

Now may the God of peace who brought up our Lord Jesus from the dead, that great Shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, make you complete in every good work to do His will, working in you what is well pleasing in His sight, through Jesus Christ, to whom be glory forever and ever. Amen

Psalm 25:4-5

Show me Your ways, O LORD; teach me Your paths. Lead me in Your truth and teach me, for You are the God of my salvation; on You I wait all the day.

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