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So get rid of every filthy habit and all wicked conduct. Submit to God and accept the word that he plants in your hearts, which is able to save you.
- James 1:21
47541382 hours ago
No matter what difficulties you are enduring right now, how painful things may seem. You may be thinking, I don’t know how I could ever get through this. Or you may be battling powerful feelings of despair, suffering, confusion, fear, worry, and even anger. But as difficult as this life storm may be, you are not alone. God is with you always. He loves you, and cares about what is going on in your life. He hears your cries and sees your pain. Moreover, He understands.
In the midst of unspeakable sorrow, God is with you. Even if you do not feel Him near, God is there. He promises to never leave you alone. Therefore, wherever you are, God is. He is with you before, during, and after the storm, never losing sight of you, or your suffering. Even as you ponder how you will begin picking up the pieces of your life, God is there … loving you beyond understanding, holding you up, and making a way where it seems there is no way. Reach out for Him today. He is a very present help in times of trouble (remember Psalm 46:1 - God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.)
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914445 hours ago
🍀When we follow the crowd, it is wise to question if we’re being true to ourselves or simply following a trend. Don’t lose yourself by being part of the herd. It is better to stand alone than to follow something simply because you don’t want to feel left out (Content: buddhism__)
Thank u, thank u, n thank u
I'll never get tired of saying this on my bday
Thanks God for every moment I've until today, thanks knowing that I've fams and friends who appreciate n love me, it's the best feeling. Thank u to all of my wonderful fams n friends who sent their warmest n thoughtful greetings on my bday 😘
Day 31. Phew, was I happy to see this moon-dappled signpost for Hope yesterday evening.
It started out as one of those ordinary, hot, trudge those miles sort of days.
I dodged traffic, took water breaks in the scant shade offered by cacti and mesquite, got suncream in my eye and snapped shots of the desert.
The day before I'd clocked 27 miles and I was more weary than usual. The road was pot holed, uphill, grinding. By the time I reached tiny Vicksberg after 20 miles I was cooked, my blood fizzing.
To my dismay, when I reached the campsite it was closed, its gate padlocked and laced with barbed wire. NO TRESPASSING!
Nearby a dog was howling, it sounded angry and lonesome.
I approached a nearby mobile home. I waved at a man on his porch but he rushed inside, latching the door. This blue bandanna look is really not doing me any favours. Admittedly it is now full on dark.
A car cruises slowly by. I push my cart towards it. The driver shouts: 'Hobo!' and screeches off, the passengers swearing and laughing.
After they have gone all is quiet bar the howling dog. This is not good. For the first time on the journey I am gripped with fear. I am too tired to think straight, in a funk.
I consider camping in the bush. Unlike the remote, pure Mojave where I camped before this is tarnished desert, pockmarked by beer cans, smashed glass and old tyres. The whole place feels tense and woebegone.
I decide to move on. It is 3.5 miles to the little hamlet of Hope, where there is a church and an RV park. I wolf down a pack of M&Ms, very fast, one by one, like a child. I strap a headlight to my cart and one to my head. I walk fast, adrenaline now pumping.
The moon is full and a cool breeze is now on my side. No traffic now. I'm pumped and focused, back in tune, yomping with glee.
It's a truly beautiful night. A firefly shoots up, enjoying its moment of glory, like a star being born. I laugh at myself for my flash of misguided terror back in Vicksberg.
Hope is now a couple of miles away, all will be fine... #tomsworldwalk#travel#camping#hiking#USA#arizona#hope 🌏🐾
30an hour ago
They were roommates for like 4 years, what should we expect😭
✨The Bible tells us in John 17:16 that “we are not of this world just as Christ wasn’t of this world.” What does that means? It means that we as believers are called to be set apart—living a life that is not conformed to the ways of this world.
If we look around daily, we can see that the world is increasingly becoming a place where Godly morals are being thrown out the door and anything is deemed acceptable. The good news is as Christians who are set apart—we do not belong to this world, we belong to Jesus Christ! The darker the world becomes, the brighter we have to let out light shine. “A lamp on a stand that gives light to all in the house.”
Remember // We are anointed by the Holy Spirit. Obedience to the Holy Spirit allows that anointing to flow in our life. Walk with Christ and not with the world. •
In the name of Jesus, I bless you with a hope so great that it is painful. When hope becomes painful it means there is something we long for so completely that we cannot ask our Father for anything greater. I bless you with faith which is the hope of things unseen. I bless you with the truth that even though you do not see the fruit of your hopes yet, your Father wants to give you good gifts and He is working toward the fulfillment of your prayers or something even greater than what you could ever ask for. In Jesus name, today be blessed with hope. Amen. Ref Hebrews 11:1
11an hour ago
Your angels understand your desire to be swept off your feet and and lifted from the ground with a whirlwind romance.
They are working with you and guding you to this. For some its a new partner. For others they want to remind you that connections can be rekindled. Romance can become unseen in curent relationships. Let go of your expectations with your partner and allow things to be renewed and refreshed.
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When plans fail, God is still God.
When friends leave, God still stays.
When you feel alone, He still hears you.
When money is tight, God still provides.
When you don’t get the job, God is still in control.
When you don’t get into that college, He still has a plan.
When the relationship ends, God still has incredible love for you.
When there are family problems, God still gives comfort and strength.
When depression creeps up on you, God still promises joy to come in the morning.
When your anxiety is crippling, God still casts out fear. •
“Many are the plans in the mind of man, but it is the purpose of the Lord that will stand”. Proverbs 19:21
31an hour ago
God created Man to be immortal. To witness this, only three conditions are recruited to be observed:
First: Create a living Space of Love which attract Man to itself and to which Man has aspired.
Second: There should be, somewhere on the Earth, at least one person who thinks of you with kindness and love.
Third: Never even admit the thought that you can be overtaken by death - and this is extremely important. Even if you suggest to someone who is simply falling asleep that he is dying and he believes it, then he will die, in obedience to his thought. But if an elderly man wears out his body and is lying at death’s door, but does not think about death, but pictures his life in the living Space of Love he’s been creating, he will be born anew with his consciousness still intact - such is the law of the Universe. The Universe will not stand by and allow a life-creating thought to die. (Man, with capital M is used to refer to a human being of either gender)
“God decided in advance to adopt us into His own family by bringing us to Himself through Jesus Christ. This is what He wanted to do, and it gave Him great pleasure.”
[Ephesians 1:5 NLT]
The love of God is born out of desire, not obligation. He is not upset by you, inconvenienced with you, or disappointed in you. With your whole life in the light of His eyes, He chose adoption. It’s a covenant; He wanted you from eternity for eternity.
In this season of life, I know I don’t understand fully, see clearly, or feel soundly the love of God. It’s a hard realization—and a hard experience—but also good news. If it’s not hitting home now, there is more for me. The opportunity to know Jesus newly and ever-more-intimately is the point of living.
So I’m asking God these days to let the wonder of belonging hit my heart again, to bowl me over with the love He carried on the cross and through the tomb. I really believe He will; I believe that He has not left and that He still holds my hand in His nail-scarred one. (It brings Him great pleasure; His delight is in me.)
For every “I believe; Abba, help my unbelief,” He pours out His Spirit of adoption, completion, and renewal. More and more and more. Enough each day to keep me alive: breathing, leaning, yearning for Him.
He is good and His mercy endures forever. That’s what David sang and what I sing. Even wilderness-hearts bloom when His rain comes.