Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 11.11.13

Today’s message from Joel and Victoria Osteen came right on time. Enjoy and don’t forget to honor those veterans past and present who bravely sacrificed so that we can have the freedoms many of us take for granted.
 
 Love,
 
 Natasha
 
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 Don’t Let the Storm In
 
 TODAY’S SCRIPTURE
 “Then He arose and rebuked the wind, and said to the sea, ‘Peace, be still!’ And the wind ceased and there was a great calm.”
 Mark 4:39, NKJV
 
 TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
 Have you ever thought about the fact that a boat can be surrounded by water, sailing through a vast ocean with water for miles in every direction, but it’s not any problem unless the boat starts taking on the water? If the boat starts allowing the ocean to come inside, before long, it will sink.
 
 The same principle is true in life. You can have trouble all around you — stress, frustration and worry. But the good news is, just like that boat, you don’t have to allow what’s on the outside get on the inside. When difficult times come, you don’t have to be overwhelmed by the waves of worry or fear. What should you do? Follow the example of Jesus. When He was in the midst of the storm, He stood up and spoke to the storm.
 
 Always remember, no matter what storms may come against you, the Greater One lives on the inside of you. Turn to Him and walk in His power. Don’t let the storm in, and speak peace to every area of your life!
 
 
 A PRAYER FOR TODAY
 Father, thank You for filling me with Your Holy Spirit and empowering me to stand against the storms of life. Today I declare peace over every area of my life and thank You for working things out for my good in Jesus’ name. Amen.
 — Joel & Victoria Osteen
 
 
 Copyright 2013. Natasha Foreman Bryant. Some Rights Reserved. All Prayers and Reflections are Copyright Protected by Natasha Foreman Bryant, unless otherwise noted.
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