God is the Rock

“It is God who arms me with strength and keeps my way secure.” – 2 Samuel 22:33 NIV

Do you believe God is your rock, your strength? If not read 2 Samuel 22 and see how God our rock was davids rock and strength.

When in trouble run to the rock, when you are filled with worry run to the rock. The one who gives us strength.

1 Corinthians 10:4 reminds us that Christ is our rock, our strength. He protects us and we need to come to him and rely not on our own strength and understanding but his. Psalm 3:5

God Bless

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Quote of The Day

” A complacent Christian is a contradiction in terms.” Your Daily Devotional

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Grounded in Faith

While reading my devotional today I came across a great quote.

“Standing your ground is easier when your grounded in faith.” Your Daily Walk devotional

Are you grounded in faith? There are many times where we each focus our attention on our problems and everything that is going wrong in our life. So I encourage you to stop focusing on your problems and focus on the one who is our problem solver (God).

We are not alone but God is with us always. Read psalm 3 as the devotional I read today encouraged me, and see how David shifts his focus from his problem to his problem solver. Better yet read psalm 1-6 today

God bless

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Quote of The day

“When its hard to believe that God cares, that’s exactly when we must trust that he does.” – Daily walk bible NIV

Please know that God is always on your side and working on your behave even when you can’t see it or understand it. Have faith and trust completely in him. Even in times of depression and uncertainty.

God Bless

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Is Repaying Evil for Evil Worth It?

“Repay evil with good, and you deprive the evildoer of all the pleasure of his wickedness.” – You Daily Walk Devotional

Repaying evil for evil may seem logical or even fair and it also may seem like it will satisfy you. But will it? What does repaying evil for evil really do? Depriving the evil doer of the pleasure he/she receives from their wickedness can help that person change their ways. If everyone were to respond to evil with love how would the world look today? Responding to evil with love and scripturally can win that person’s heart over to God.

If you are a Christian and someone does evil to you and you respond with evil what is your react to that evil showing that person? Always respond to evil with good, love and scripturally even when it hard to do so and then pray for that person.

Roman’s 12:21 NIV ” Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.

As the bible stated in Roman’s chapter 12:17-18, 19 do not repay anyone evil for evil. Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everyone. Do not take revenge, my dear friends. But leave room for Gods wrath, for it is written: it is mine to avenge; I will repay, says the Lord.

The benefits of repaying evil with good out weigh those of evil. Always love in action.

God Bless

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What are Gods Odds?

“God is too great to be knocked off course by the wickedness of men.” – Your Daily walk Devotional

Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth -Psalm 46:10

Even when it does not seem like it God is ever present in your life working. So be sensitive to his will, and listen to his still quiet voice and follow he guidance as he leads you.

God Bless

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