Good morning! Happy Wednesday to you all! Rejoice in the Lord always! I don’t care what you are going through never allow your situation or people to keep you from praising the Lord! He is great all of the time!!! Thank you Lord for not being like man.
Psalm 119:133 (New King James Version)
133 Direct my steps by Your word, And let no iniquity have dominion over me.
Today’s phrase Make it happen
Many of you know that I am a wife and a mother. When I operate in these roles there are expectations that I have of my husband and of my children. There are also expectations that they have of me. There are task that require immediate attention and sometimes we allow procrastination to get us behind. Quitting is not an option in our household. So I often say, “Make it happen”.
As believers we have to have a “Make it happen” attitude. God has called you to do something and you know what that task is and sometimes circumstances and even people will reach up to hinder the plan that the Lord has for you. You begin worrying about what people might say or what people might think if you continue with this task. I just have one question: Who is directing your steps?
If the Lord is directing your steps, then MAKE IT HAPPEN! NO SIN OR TEMPTATION, PERSON, PLACE OR THING WILL HAVE DOMINION OVER YOU UNLESS YOU ALLOW THEM TOO!
It’s crunch time and a deadline is right around the corner, don’t listen to the people who say you won’t make it. MAKE IT HAPPEN! You are new to the area and God called you to join a ministry at church, don’t allow your thoughts about what people might say about you keep you from joining. MAKE IT HAPPEN! Your money is looking funny and people tell you to stop tithing, but God honors the sacrifice of a grateful giver. MAKE IT HAPPEN!
Giving up on what God placed in you is not an option. Seek Gods direction, listen and recognize His voice, walk by faith, and MAKE IT HAPPEN!
I pray that you have a blessed day Making things happen for the Lord!
Mrs. Nicole “Sunshine” Ellis
Can’t breathe: Try Spiritual CPR: Consistent in praying, Persistent in pursuing the knowledge of God, and Resistant to temptation.
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