“The whole secret of a successful life is to find out what is one’s destiny to do, and then do it.” —Henry Ford
“Your Future Is In Safe Hands.” I’m sure that is some insurance company’s slogan or at least it sounds like one! However, I’m not writing about insurance today but rather God’s assurance that He cares for us and our futures.
I recently had a catch up with a dear friend and although we’re in different seasons of life, God has beautifully blessed us with the opportunity to encourage each other in our unique circumstances.
At one point, my friend said, “Sometimes, it feels like God has forgotten about me. I see others moving along in their future plans, yet mine seem stuck at the moment. Are we unloved or forsaken? Sometimes, it just feels like we’re not really going anywhere.”
I think, at various times in our lives, we can all echo that sentiment of wondering if God is still with us and if He cares…
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“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” —Eleanor Roosevelt
Nothing in your life is or will be wasted. God can use it all. Read this borrowed blog and be encouraged.
Hey, Doug Dial here with two or three minutes of hope.
On the way to and from work I pass by a landfill that is filled with garbage, waste and rubbish. We throw away so much stuff. Most of us have several waste baskets throughout our homes and a garbage container or two outside the house.
How unlike God’s economy. He wastes nothing.
Let’s visit the scene of the miracle of the loaves and the fishes, shall we?
When the disciples told Jesus to send the crowds away for food and lodging, Jesus replied, “You give them something to eat.”
Do you suppose He might have been looking Peter’s way?
Hold onto that thought.
You see, Jesus is all about seeing that His sheep are fed.
So, He takes what is available, (another sermon for another day) blesses it, breaks it and multitudes are fed. Afterward He admonishes the disciples…
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"When you hit the wall (your percieved limit) do a little more. Be exceptional not average."~Darren Hardy