The Provision of the Father, Our Heart, and God’s Plan For You
We want our issues to have a quick resolution, but that is not always the case. Such is the case of the writer of Psalm 119. In verses 81-88, you see the Psalmist is weary when he says, “my soul faints for your salvation” and “my eyes fail from searching your word.” He wonders and prays how long until God comforts him. Are you growing weary from searching for answers?
Do you think about lovely things? Do you look for beauty each day, or do you only see the broken things in your life? Do you rejoice always, and does my joy fill your hearts?
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The meaning of life is not something kept only for a few. It’s available for the asking. It may not always be what we think, but it’s open to us if we really desire the answers.
What would happen if we just did the work that’s right in front of us and did it with excellence? By God’s grace, that’s my goal.
You can be a catalyst to change in the world around us. More than ever, we need peacemakers to step up to bring healing to our communities. Here’s a question to ask yourself; are you building bridges or starting fires by the words you speak? I think this is a critical question to ask.
You have dreams but they live on the other side of the wild country. There are mountains to climb, wild beasts to face and rivers to cross as you trek through the wild country. Don’t let the fear of those things talk you out of going. If you let fear rule your heart you will never make it.
On any given day, you can have good things happen and bad. Things that make you excited and happy, and then at the same time, something could come into your day and really throw you for a loop.
Right now God is with you and his heart for you is that you would experience the fullness of joy. Joy is not for a few lucky people. Joy is not for those who do everything right. It may surprise you but joy is for you today.