If asked the question, Do you want the exceeding greatness of God’s power, most of us would say, Absolutely! God’s power breathes fresh life into us each and every day. It sustains us as we go through our day to day life; therefore, we must acknowledge that we need His power for the basic element of continued life. However,
Devotions on Trusting God and His Word.
God Knows God knows every detail of every struggle, of every heartache, of every joy, of everything we love, like, hate, and everything in between. The irony is how much we question if our situation or circumstance is in His line of vision at all. This is especially true when we have a difficult situation we have been praying about for what seems like a long time. I have 2 specific situations that I have been praying about for a few years. In one situation, I can see change …
Storms of life are an element of real life. We can’t avoid them. They come whether we are prepared or unprepared. Storms of life can pass through quickly or linger longer than we hoped. Storms of life can disrupt or dismantle. Sometimes the storms of life we have worried will come, never do.
God’s will for our life is something most of us want to know, pursue, and understand. I have been asked, “How do I know God’s will for my life?” numerous times. Thinking about how to answer, I must consider that the question itself may be the wrong thing to ask. Maybe we should not be asking, “What is God’s will for my life?” Maybe we should pray, “Lord teach me Your will for my day, my present situation, or even my moment.
A couple of years ago I was the key note speaker at a weekend women’s conference at a church in Arkansas. When I returned home, I received an email from a lady who attended the conference. She shared how thankful she was for being reminded of some things she had been freed from and forgotten in her life.