Going through hard times don’t mean I’ve lost!

When we serve God and find our self doing the best for his glory and honor and things began to look darker than lighter!

When you loose your Job = God has something better coming!

When you’re car breaks down = God would supply all our needs according to his purpose!

When we get cut up on the battlefield of our minds=God tells us DO NOT WORRY!

When you loose a family member or a Great Sister in the Lord= God has a plan we can’t understand right now, but in time we will, Be strong and courageous.

Joshua 1 : 9

MATHEW 6 : 25-33 and Luke 12 : 22-31

The Scriptures tell us Don’t be anxious about tomorrow!

In Luke 10 : 40-42 it tells us Martha was to busy doing many things, then was worried and upset, but Maria was at Jesús Christ feets and was not taken away from her.

That’s my Roll on my Journey, been at Jesús Christ feets seeking his presence and he will take full control of all tthe petitions of my Heart!

Before I speak he will answer!

Isaiah 65 : 24.

He knows our hearts!

Thank you Lord Jesús!

We are not to give up!
We are not to ask God why?
We are not to stop, Praying, Serving, attending Church, and tithing.
We are to Thank God with loud voice.
We are to Praise him, and say Lord, I don’t understand my situation right now, but I do understand the Power of your grace and mercy.

We are to remember God is testing our Faith.
I give you glory and honor for all my living trials, Father God.
I am amazed by your goodness.
I Pray you can be still and remember at all times,
God is still a Great God.

Be still and know I am God.
Psalm 46:10.
God Bless you abundantly and beyond.

Peace of mind it can only come From God!

Peace of Mind 
Thoughts from daily Bible reading for today – August 5, 2015

I lie down and sleep; I wake again, because the LORD sustains me. I will not fear the tens of thousands drawn up against me on every side. Psalm 3:5-6

Peace of mind comes from our Master Jesus. He is the master at putting our mind at ease with His eternal perspective. It is trust in Him that gives us tranquil thoughts. Without His peace we worry and fret. A peace-less mind is paralyzed by the thought of everything going awry. What can go wrong will go wrong because the odds are stacked against us. Without the peace of Christ we find ourselves with an overwhelming sense of dread, even despair. In Christ we have peace.

Jesus is not stingy with His peace. He gives it liberally and lovingly. Beware of the fleeting peace the world offers. It is a very cheap substitute. The world’s peace is circumstantial. His peace transcends circumstances. The world’s peace is temporal. His peace is eternal. The world’s peace leads you to escape from God and reality. His peace leads you to engage with both. The world’s peace produces a limited perspective. His peace results in a robust and real view of life. The world’s peace cannot remove fear. His peace overcomes fear with faith.

“Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you” (John 14:27).

Once you apply the peace of Christ you have peace of mind. Peace of mind gives you a platform for living purposefully. Because you live purposively and peacefully you garner influence with others. People are attracted to the peaceful. They want to learn how to find and apply peace to their own life circumstances. Your friends or family may not acknowledge it, but your peace is proof of God’s existence. Peace is a powerful apologetic for the Almighty. Your calmness during crisis can only be explained by Christ. Because you lean on Him others want to lean on you.

Lastly use your peace of mind as a gauge for God’s will. If you have peace proceed, but heed if peace is lacking. God’s peace is a green light to go forward. The absence of His peace is a red light to refrain. Therefore be sensitive to the Spirit’s peaceful prodding to go or stay. Either way you are ok as long as the Lord’s peace is preeminent. Peace gives you a state of mind that is able to think clearly and wisely. Peace positions you for wise thinking.

“And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:7).

Why does Jesus want me to access His peace? How does His peace guard my heart and mind?

Related Readings: Isaiah 26:3; John 16:33; Romans 16:20; Ephesians 3:19
God Bless you!