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The Never Forsaking God

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He Himself has said, "I will never leave you nor forsake you." —Hebrews 13:5

What line of thinking do my thoughts take? Do I turn to what God says or to my own fears? Am I simply repeating what God says, or am I learning to truly hear Him and then to respond after I have heard what He says? “For He Himself has said, ‘I will never leave you nor forsake you.’ So we may boldly say: ‘The Lord is my helper; I will not fear. What can man do to me?’ ” (Hebrews 13:5-6).
“I will never leave you…”— not for any reason; not my sin, selfishness, stubbornness, nor waywardness. Have I really let God say to me that He will never leave me? If I have not truly heard this assurance of God, then let me listen again.
“I will never…forsake you.” Sometimes it is not the difficulty of life but the drudgery of it that makes me think God will forsake me. When there is no major difficulty to overcome, no vision from God, nothing wonderful or beautiful— just the everyday activities of life— do I hear God’s assurance even in these?
We have the idea that God is going to do some exceptional thing— that He is preparing and equipping us for some extraordinary work in the future. But as we grow in His grace we find that God is glorifying Himself here and now, at this very moment. If we have God’s assurance behind us, the most amazing strength becomes ours, and we learn to sing, glorifying Him even in the ordinary days and ways of life.

~~~ Wisdom From Oswald Chambers~~~
It is perilously possible to make our conceptions of God like molten lead poured into a specially designed mold, and when it is cold and hard we fling it at the heads of the religious people who don’t agree with us.

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When it is well with your soul

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There are times in our lives when we are looking down from the mountain. It is in those times we need to bow our bodies and thank God for the blessings! He deserves all of us during bad or good times!!!

There was a time in the lives of Israel when they were hungry, and God provided. Then they would complain and God would sustain them as Moses would pray for intercession on their behalf. Then God would bless and provide again. They were so ungrateful that only those who were twenty years old and younger were the ones who went to the promised land. God is long suffering, but he deserves our praises not complaining!!!

So when things go well with your soul bow down low to worship him! Are things going well for you drop us a line to share!!!

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