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I am not supposed to worry about tomorrow, but still, I tend to worry.
Everything is God’s in the first place, and we are just returning a small portion to Him. Tithing symbolizes trust in God that He will provide for all our needs.
We do not need to be afraid of anything, no matter what, because God is with us and comforts us with His gentle words of encouragement and love.
I hoped that God had shown me in that situation what was good, and what justice, mercy and humility required.
Sometimes we stray away from God, but He searches for us when we are lost because He loves us and cares about us.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the sport of disc golf exploded. Spring Valley Academy took advantage of this sport as they hosted a six-week putting league.
This verse reminds me of the runaway Cardinal chick and humanity. When we have needs, we cry out to God, and He answers us in His own time and way.
There is certainly safety when we abide in the presence of God. Psalm 91 speaks of His protective love, and, for me, verse 14 encapsulates the promises of the chapter.
Dressed in very humble clothes, rather ragged, with a tanned complexion and a wrinkled face, the poor, old man approached all those who parked on the church’s street, offering to watch their cars for a few coins. I will never forget this kind, old man and the lesson he taught me.
Have you ever wondered what heaven will be like and if Jesus is coming back? Have you ever imagined yourself walking the streets of gold? Have you ever thought about sitting face-to-face with Jesus?