Update: My apologies for forgetting to post this on time.
It touched my heart to share this with all of you (see below). Enjoy and then check out the Question of the Day at the end.
Your Story Ends in Victory
“You saw me before I was born. Every day of my life was recorded in your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed.”
Psalm 139:16, NLT
TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria
In difficult times, you have to remind yourself that nothing is a surprise to Almighty God. He’s not up in the heavens scratching His head, saying, “Oh, man, he got laid off. That messed up everything.” “Oh, she was diagnosed with cancer.” “Joseph was thrown into a pit.” “Joel lost his father. Now what am I going to do?”
No, God knows the end from the beginning. He has already written every day of your life in His book. The good news is that if you will stay in faith, your book ends in victory.
The next time you face an unexpected challenge, remember, it’s no surprise to God. He already has the answer, the provision, the healing you need. Keep standing, keep praying, keep hoping and keep believing that your story isn’t over until your story ends in Victory!
A PRAYER FOR TODAY
Father, thank You for the strength I need to overcome in every area of my life. I know that You hold the days of my life in the palm of Your hand. I believe that You have equipped me with everything I need for spirit, soul and body in Jesus’ name. Amen.
— Joel & Victoria Osteen
Natasha’s Question of the Day:
When you are going through an uphill battle, complications, or some sort of dilemma, what can you say to yourself in that moment to bring peace within knowing that God has already handled it?
Feel free to share your answers, prayers, comments, and reflections in the comment section below. You can also send me an email at: email@example.com
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