Daily Bible Verse:              Luke 7:9

Turning to the crowd that was following Him, Jesus said, ‘I tell you, I haven’t seen faith like this in all Israel!’

- We are living in difficult times, and these times call for great faith.
- This is not a time for fear and distress.
- This is a time to trust God like never before.
- May you be one of those people who is known for having great faith!

Prayer: Lord, I reject all fear, anxiety, and despair, and I declare that I believe in You. I trust You in this season of my life. I choose faith, regardless of the storm or the flood that surrounds me. Amen.


Daily Bible Verse: Luke 7:9
Turning to the crowd that was following Him, Jesus said, ‘I tell you, I haven’t seen faith like this in all Israel!’


Daily Bible Verse: John 1:50
Jesus said to him, ‘You will see greater things than these.’

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YOU WILL REAP WHAT YOU HAVE SOWN, SO SOW WELL!

April 24, 2020

YOU WILL REAP WHAT YOU HAVE SOWN, SO SOW WELL!

In a strange twist of fate Jacob reaped what he had sown.
The principle of sowing and reaping is one of the unshakable principles in God's word and in life.The wheel turns, and what goes around comes around and we reap what we have sown.
Years before this love story Jacob had deceived his own father and got his brother's inheritance through trickery.
Now years later he was tricked and did not get what was due to him.
If there is anything in life that I have seen over and over again in people's lives is that you reap what you have sown.
So sow well.
We all want to reap a good harvest and be successful, if it is in our marriage or in any other sphere of life.
One of the lessons we can learn is to do unto others what we would have them do unto us - this is the golden rule.
Let us sow well, so that we can reap a great and a wonderful harvest.

NOT EVERYTHING GOES ACCORDING TO PLAN

Sometimes we think that everything will go according to plan.
Often we have a picture in our heads of how things should work out.
I have discovered that in most cases things don't go according to plan.
Jacob loved Rachel and had worked 14 years for her and yet she could not have children. Leah on the other hand, the one he had not truly loved, was able to produce many children for Jacob.
Why is the question we all want to ask when things don't go according to the plans we had.
Often from our perspective it doesn't make sense and we can get frustrated and even angry.
The best advice I can give you is to live one day at a time and make the best of what that day presents.
God will work things out in the end.

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