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Monday, December 7, 2020

Hi Friends! In honor of the Christmas season I thought I would hold off on finishing the posts on Isaiah 40:28-31 and share something to celebrate the season. We will get back to Isaiah 40 after the holiday, but for today, I will leave you with this:

“Adore Him (Live) “ by the McClures 
I pray everyone is having a blessed and prosperous holiday!

Blessings,
Stephanie

Monday, November 16, 2020


  This week I want to look at the next scriptures in the passage I shared last week. This passage shows us that not only does God not grow weary, but He will increase our strength as well. Whenever life feels like it’s just too much, He is there to help us keep going. Is there an area in your life where you find yourself weary? I can think of a few areas where it applies to me as well. 
   In a few weeks I will talk more in-depth about what it means to wait on God but for today, let me encourage you to turn that situation over to God. Ask Him to speak to you as you read your Bible, or ask Him to bring to mind scriptures. And then take time to be still. Think on what He has brought to mind and allow Him to build up your strength. The Bible says He never grows weary and He is an ever-present help to those in need. So lean into Him and allow Him to speak.


                                     Trey McLaughlin and SOZ 
“O Come To The Altar” Elevation Worship (cover)

 Have a blessed day and week,
Stephanie 



 

Monday, November 9, 2020

God Never Grows Tired Or Weary

 


  I am so very grateful that the God we serve never grows tired or weary! This means that no matter what we are walking through, He is never absent. He never stops being there for us.
  I hope this truth gives you as much peace as it does me. How wonderful to know that we are never alone. Even when life is at its darkest, He is always an ever-present help. Let me encourage you today, invite Him into your day and let Him love and guide you as He wants to. No matter where you are or what situation you are in He is waiting on you to call upon HIs name so He can be all that you need Him to be.

Have a wonderful day,
Stephanie 

Monday, November 2, 2020

A Time Of Thanksgiving

 Hello all! Welcome to the month of November. As I start actively posting to this site again I thought I would begin by simply sharing a few scriptures. For those of us that are walking with Christ we have much to be thankful for.


 

I am so grateful that the God we serve is faithful. I pray that as you go through your day, you begin seeing all of the areas that He has remained faithful to you. 

Have a blessed day 

Steph

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

The Year of The Latter Rain

Year of The Latter Rain teaching Year of The Latter Rain

    Hello friends! The above is short video talking about the theme of the year that God has given Joseph Prince. I hope it blesses you to hear theses words as much as it has blessed me!

Have a blessed day,
Steph

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

With an Everlasting Love


    God loves us more than our human minds will ever comprehend. Take some time today to let this scripture sink in. Your future is in capable hands!

Have a blessed day and week my friends, 
Stephanie 

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Placing Our Trust Part Two



   Last week I pointed out that the Bible shows us that we have two options this year as to where we place our trust. We can either trust in ourselves and human wisdom making us like a rootless tumbleweed, haphazardly going through the year. Or we can put our trust in God and His wisdom, and be like a mighty tree with deep roots that thrives no matter what happens. The choice is ours.
   
   Today, the scripture that we are focusing on shows us that if our trust is in God, not in human reasoning, He will direct our paths this year. Not only will He do that but He will also make the path before us plain and straight so we won’t be able to miss His direction. If God knows how everyday of our life needs to go for us to have successful lives, wouldn’t it be in our favor to put our trust in Him and not in ourselves?
    So let me ask you, are you placing your trust in God and allowing Him to direct your path or are you like the rootless tumbleweed?      

Have a blessed day,
Stephanie