Contrast Job 19 and Psalm 138. In Job 19, Job continues to despair over his circumstances yet he also continues to come to the Lord. In Psalm 138, David hears a response from the Lord the same day he calls to Him. Can you remain hopeful even when your circumstances don’t change? ￼￼
Read Job chapter 10 and Habakkuk 1-3.
Have you experienced a holy silence from God? Just what might He be doing during that silence?
Are you on the mountain or in the valley today? No matter where you are, ask yourself these questions:
-Has God changed?
-Is God strong?
-Does God love you?
There really isn’t a right or wrong answer. Don’t be afraid of your answers. As you wrestle with these questions, watch how God will grow your faith.
I’ve been battling poor sleep the last few nights. After finally coming to terms with why, the Lord blessed me with truths in both Job and Daniel today.
Can you bring your worry to God today and face the trial?
My nieces challenged me to fit in with some other YouTubers. You know, the ones that open up special products and reveal what they’re so excited about!￼ Watch my reveal, my life source!￼
Isaiah 61:7 Instead of your shame there will be a double potion; instead of dishonor they shall rejoice in their pot; therefore in their land they shall possess a double portion; they shall have everlasting joy.
We all carry around shame. The Lord wants to take your shame and give you a new name! Delight! Holy! Redeemed! Sought out! Not Forsaken!
Read Isaiah 56 and 57 today. Notice how leaning into your need for God leads to him delivering and healing you!￼