Morning & Evening Devotions

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MORNING 

YOUR OWN:

Don’t look out only for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too. (NLT) ( Philippians 2:4 )

What are you doing to raise up and grow the faiths of others? Are you investing back into the community of your church from which you receive much yourself? Be intentional about taking an interest in someone else’s faith. Leverage the relationship with your children’s friends to bring them to church. Mentor someone and help them grow to be a better person. Tap into your connections to help a friend find work. This week identify someone you want to reach out to, strategize how you can assist them, make an action plan, then follow through.

 

EVENING

SEEING:

For we live by believing and not by seeing. (NLT) ( 2 Corinthians 5:7 )

A wise man once said, when you step off the cliff in faith God will either give you wings to fly or catch you if you fall. As a believer, when we die we don’t have anything to be fearful for because we will join the Lord in heaven. That’s where faith steps in. In an act of good faith, God gave us the Holy Spirit for reassurance to His promise of heaven. As you go through today, enjoy the gift of life you’ve been given in a way that is pleasing to God by embracing and valuing your life.

 

Today was an okay day, it was a half day work day. If that makes sense. Haha I then came home watched a little T.V. and decided to walk and get my nails done. So happy i finally got them done! Ive been wanting to get my nails done since before Christmas. Yes that long!

As always, Have a Blessed day!

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