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What hard thing are you going through right now?
If life has been easy, let me reassure you, something tough is headed your way.
I don’t even like to admit this to myself, but Jesus tells us in the Bible in John 16:33
33 I have told you all this so that you may have peace in me. Here on earth you will have many trials and sorrows. But take heart, because I have overcome the world (NLT).
As Christians, we say we believe but when hard things come we might question our faith and feel insecure. It feels like we’re just sticking our toes in.
Why God? I don’t understand this?
What if this never goes away?
Do you find yourself wanting to trust God more, but fear wins every time?
Maybe you’re like me and you trust God to a point, and then you have a plan b or c or d.
I want to go all in and have great faith. No more wavering in faith, but being steadfast in faith all the time.
If you’re reading this, I bet you want that too.
What if we walked in confidence?
What if we made a promise from now on to stake claim in God’s faithfulness and walk more boldly, confidently and steadfastly?
He has us (Isaiah 49:16).
He’s for us (Romans 8:31).
He’ll never leave us(Hebrews 13:5).
No one can take us from Him (Romans 8:35–39).
No matter what happens, I want to be “all in!” I want to be steady and unwavering in my faith.
If you’re like me, I’m tired of getting it wrong in my Christian life, I desire to get it right!
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