I haven’t missed sharing today it was called being too tired to share. When I look at this picture, I recognize it is a forecast of our surroundings for those walking in the world.
I was queried how it was that these stormy seas didn’t trouble me. I replied He who I abide in and journey with has assured me I have nothing to fear nor can harm me. I bring these verses forward for all who walk in faith to know as a distinct chosen one by the Lord nothing of the world can or will stand against you while you journey through this world apart from it being covered by and in the hands of God’s angels. Psalm 91:11, 12.
We must never tempt our Lord but journey abiding in His teachings standing on and always trusting in the wisdom given by the Holy Spirit to know the turmoil we pass through is not for us but those who choose another path. Psalm 91:7,8,9.
The journey for those walking in faith and trusting in our Lord will be part of His will for us to do His bidding until it is fulfilled, and we will then be brought home to claim the mansion that was prepared while we served Psalm 91:14-16.
Who would wish to live a day longer than God has some work to do, either by him or upon him? A man may die young yet be satisfied with living. But a wicked man is not satisfied even with long life. At length, the believer’s conflict ends; he has done forever with trouble, sin, and temptation.
I leave this to ponder why any would trust what this world has to offer. Know this the sea of life outside of being with Yeshua will buffet you and your family. The choices before you about your walk contemplate them seriously. To be distinct and abiding means taking your hands off what is perceived by the world as comfortable.
Reaching out and accepting what Yeshua is offering through faith knowing that journey will be bumpy but safe and filled with God’s grace peace, health, and love and the doorway to the mansion He has prepared for you while you did his bidding “FOLLOW ME!” I bid you journey in God’s wisdom, not carnality.
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