We do not face anything without His presence or power.
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"The weaker I get, the stronger I become."
Hint: Read Romans 12:2.
But believers shouldn't use it to express surprise, sarcasm or annoyance.
Get to know Him for who He really is.
We have been positioned in powerful authority and brought into union with the Creator Himself.
"We've got to learn how to encounter God right in the middle of hard."
"Everything in your hand is a seed. Everything in God's hand is a harvest."
This "Davidic worship revolution" is not just an Old Testament anomaly.
Remember, life flows from the heart.
It's time to worship at the feet of the one who loves with an endless love and ever-increasing glory.
Left to focus singularly on taking care of ourselves, our families and each other, we looked for silver linings beyond the enforced restrictions.
Gratitude does its best work in the open.
We can trust in the Lord's sovereign care over every aspect of our lives.
I simply had to believe in Jesus—not in gimmicks or special physical feats.
Does it make sense that God would reduce or limit His power at work in and through us at a time when all manner of evil is increased?
We don't need to know heaven's timetable or the details of the operation. We just need to be convinced of the mission and secure in our prayers.
Psalm 92 plays a big part in this calling.
There are too many people on the edge of what God is doing and not enough of us standing firmly in the middle of His will.
"He is going to set you free. And you are going to preach the gospel around the world!"