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"Focus on the Person of our faith rather than the object of our wait.” #WaitAndSee #P31OBS

"Focus on the Person of our faith rather than the object of our wait.

Gotta remember this, even when I'm impatient, cuz God knows everything about them and still loved them enough to die for them, so the least I can do is love them.

To remember. God loves this person just as much as he loves me! Don't hurt this person whom God loves!

Step boldly out in faith and defend it when necessary! Always be prepared to lead others to Him, trusting He has prepared you with truth!

Step boldly out in faith and defend it when necessary! Always be prepared to lead others to Him, trusting He has prepared you with truth!

If you are joining me here today from Proverbs 31 Ministries' Encouragement for Today welcome! Let's continue to connect, ok? It's easy! Just sign up to get my posts automatically by clicking here. I'd also love to connect with you more on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest too! In my devotion today, 3 Steps to Remind Yourself of God's Faithfulness, I shared below three steps I take in building up my confidence on Christ by reminding myself of His faithfulness. In...

When we remind our forgetful hearts and minds how much God has proven His care for us, a bold trust builds. We can see how God has worked good into our lives and in the lives of others before, and we can fully trust He wants to do it again!

God gives us what is good for our eternal salvation

God gives us what is good for our eternal salvation

Today I’m laying my heart before you. I’m hurting, sweet sisters, and I know you are too. I’m thumbing through my News app, soaking in one more shocking story.

There are things—and people—we just can’t change.    At least not on our own.    But we really, really want to. We want to control the situation, change this person, change ourselves.    We push and pull against God, asking Him to come, to fix this particular situation, change this person, transform us. We are frustrated, struggling to lay down our expectations to God. We desire freedom, surrender, hope. But we don’t know how to get there, live in that place of peace.    I know . . .

'I want control'

In Breathing Eden, there are women who share their stories of being depressed. None of these women have I ever met personally. The stories in Breathing Eden are fictional stories inspired by prayer.

To laugh without fear of the future, we have to know God’s voice and trust His choices.

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