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Broken Spirit

Have you ever felt as if there is no room for happiness and that everything is falling apart? Nevertheless I want you to know that this is just a passing phase, and you will one day realize that God was preparing you for something massive. No matter how much of your suffering went unnoticed by others, God has not missed a single moment. One day, you'll realize the beauty of His perfect timing, why your heart was broken, and why He saved such precious moments for later in your life. Unanswered prayers and restless nights will come to an end today as God brings you so much peace. And one day, you'll notice a tangible change in your existence, realizing that every tear, heartbreak, and prayer has led up to this moment in the timing of God. When you cry out to Him, praying that He will deliver you from your trials, He will work quietly, changing the tides in ways you cannot see. He'll assist you in ways you won't fully comprehend until you're healed, guiding you i

Daily prayer/confessions

• God has delivered me from the domain of darkness and transferred me to the kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom I have redemption and the forgiveness of sins (Colossians 1:13–14). • I am the head and not the tail; I am above and not beneath (Deuteronomy 28:13). • The Lord will cause my enemies who rise against me to be defeated before my face; they shall come out against me one way and flee before me seven ways (Deuteronomy 28:7). • God has delivered me from the snare of the fowlers and from perilous pestilence (Psalm 91:3). • I shall not be afraid of the terror by night or of the arrow that flies by day (Psalm 91–5). • No evil shall befall me; or shall any plague come near my dwelling (Psalm 91:10). • I shall flourish like a palm tree (Psalm 92:12). • With God, I shall gain victory, and he will trample down my enemies (Psalm 108:13). • God is going to make me flourish, both me and my children (Psalm 91:14). • I trust the Lord with all my heart (Psalm 3:5). • Whe

How to depend on Jesus

The things of this world cannot fill the empty space within us; only Christ can complete us. This embodies for us that we need Jesus more than anything else on this planet. God did not put us here to rely on ourselves, but to rely on him for everything. We can't survive without him, which is why the Bible cautions us not to rely on our own understanding, because our understanding can fail us and our hearts can lead us astray. Physically, we may appear to be capable of doing things on our own, but on the inside, we are slowly dying. I don’t know about you, but if you haven't yet accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, it’s not too late. The Bible encourages us in Jeremiah 33:3 that if we call on God, he will answer us and tell us things we don't know. God is waiting for your call today. He is waiting for you to come to him and ask him to show you the way. Here is a short prayer to seek God: Heavenly Father, please forgive me for all of my transgressions against

How do I find favour in the eyes of God?

First and foremost, we have to understand the concept of "favour". God's favour can be defined as divine kindness or an act of real empathy on God's part toward poor and unworthy human beings. God's favour is reserved for those who have surrendered their lives to Jesus. Those who are humble and despised by sin. God favours those who take pleasure in those who connect and honour Him. "These are the ones I look on with favour: those who are humble and contrite in spirit, and who tremble at my word," says the Bible in Isaiah 66:2. God pursues individuals who love Him and His commands in order to bless, guide, and protect them. We humble our souls before Him when we seek His favour; we seek Him for Himself, not only for the gifts.  He gives us and organizes our lives so that we can love Him with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength (see Luke 10:27). The majority of people in the Bible found favour with God. Noah, for example, was favored by God himself

Why is Jesus calling himself the water of life

Jesus refers to himself as the living water due to the fact that he provides us with living water—God's Holy Spirit—that fully satisfies our innermost thirst for our Almighty Father while also moving us to produce good spiritual fruit. This divine life-giving power is far more delightful than any fleshly desire, which will never truly nourish our souls (Galatians 5:13–26). It is said that one can go for weeks without food but only a few days without water. Our bodies cannot survive for long periods of time without water, As much as our Sprits cannot survive without Jesus. Water is vital for all living things on Earth, but it also has destructive attributes. Water is frequently used in the Gospel of John to represent purity and cleansing, as well as spiritual desires. John applies water symbolism in the form of signs to reveal Jesus' identity as the Son of God. The conversation between Jesus and the Samaritan women in John 4 and the power of God as he walks on water in Joh

Understanding of seasons (Part 2)

           it is very simple to let ourselves get caught up in the trap of moaning instead of appreciating all of our blessings. Let it be a reminder to be grateful and mindful of the blessings in life whenever we find ourselves griping about the changing of the seasons or the everyday weather. Let it serve as a reminder that God is active in all circumstances, but particularly during the stages of our lives! He remains dependable in all circumstances. Along with its showers, springtime brings fresh beauty. Summertime brings heat, humidity, and thunderstorms. It also brings warmth and sunshine. Fall is a season of colour and coolness, a "falling away." Winter may enclose us, but it also brings tranquillity and rest.  * Indications that God is getting you ready for a new season: This question is crucial, especially if you are obedient to God's word and follow his statutes and commandments. However, in order to determine whether God is preparing you for a new se

Wait upon the LORD

  Life resembles a route. Additionally, there will be stop signs and speed limit or increase signs along the route! I chose to use this analogy because there are times in life when all you have to do is wait on the Almighty. And just get more prayer done when you feel like a situation has triumphed over you. Simply put on the gear and switch it out. There are moments when we may feel as though the Lord is not seeing us, hearing us, or responding to our prayers. We can place all of our faith and belief in the living God at these times. Knowing that the Lord is with us and in charge of our lives allows us to wait on Him with great anticipation. He is going to fulfill his promise. He is going to save us. Even when we are not aware of Him, He is constantly at work for our good (Romans 8:28). Waiting on the Lord is something we can learn through prayer, seeking, active trusting, patience, and courage. When we wait on the Lord, we confidently anticipate a favorable outcome, for which we have