Christian Inspiration to Love Your Life!
Everyone has times in his or her life they just cannot stop thinking about something that has happened and/or something they are afraid is going to happen. As long as we have air entering our earthly lungs we will have a need to use the four simple steps below. Don’t worry so much about the fact that these thoughts come up from time to time, simply and as quickly as possible, turn your focus to the four points below as soon as you realize your toes are tip toeing in the undesirable fields of worry and anxiety.
1. Peace comes from Trusting God!
“Trust in the LORD with all your heart; ….” Proverbs 3:5
How much trust do you have in the chair you are sitting in? I don’t know if you are anything like me but I notice I can put more trust in the daily things I use then I do in the promises of Holy Scriptures. With a stamp of your foot kind of knowing – know that you know – that you know – that you KNOW –that you can TRUST your Heavenly Father and all His ways. He can take something that seems miserable, hard or impossible and make it into something great.
2. A new level of Peace comes from letting go of needing to know everything!
Trust the Lord with all your Heart; and lean not on to your own understanding.” Proverbs 3:5
Soak up a wonderful feeling of heavenly confidence as you read the above scripture. By letting go of the belief you must figure everything out, you will enjoy an awesome freedom to simply relax and live in the moment of the day. God placed this in His word because we need to be reminded from time to time to simply Trust Him and release ourselves from having to know and figure everything out – right now. Relax knowing you can simply trust Him to show you the answers and way to whatever may be bothering you!
3. Seeking His Will gives us a wonderful feeling of calm!
Trust the Lord with all your heart; lean not onto your own understanding, Seek his will in ALL you do….” Proverbs 3:5 and 6
After we have realized that we do not have to know everything – it is nice to know where He is asking us to trust seeking “R” all (everything)….. it’s in HIM. You can simply pray for His guidance and trust in His word, knowing He will show you what you need to know- when you need to know it – period- end of story. In saying this I have to admit it is much easier to do this when you are reading His word on a regular basis. Not that reading the bible needs to be added to your daily chore list, but it really does bring blessings to your life. Since I have tried to read the bible on much more of a regular bases, I have to say, seeking His Will seems much easier. I believe it’s the result of being in His word. Seek with a personal confidence you will find it (All mean everything you need to) in His perfect timing!! Pray, ask and receive!
4. A Heavenly peace comes when you believe by faith the promises!
Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. Proverbs 3:5-6
I love the end of these verses. It does not say He may help you out if He wants to, has time or when you’re perfect. It says HE WILL make your paths straight!!! So confidently take each step resting in His perfect Will and promise! AMEN!
Live and enjoy a Heavenly peace and live Confident by His Word!
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The snow in our area made me stop and think about how little attention I have been giving my husband lately.
We have both been busy and forgetting to give attention to our most valuable thing, our marriage. So try this: Do a little dance around the TV tonight, blow him a kiss, draw her a heart on the toilet paper or hide him a note in his shower towel. Have fun, I’d love to hear what you do. Happy liven and loven! God Bless, Kim