Vital signs-Friday,November 6th, 2020


“What then shall we say to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?”

‭‭Romans‬ ‭8:31‬ ‭NKJV‬‬


Sometimes, we can be faced with scary and seemingly impossible tasks and times. I know for myself I’ve faced situations and circumstances that have felt like the end of the world! Honestly, during these times we can feel very uneasy with how everything is going to work out and the only way We can get through these difficult times is because We know that God is always with us!


Moses was an incredible man in the bible. God spoke to him through a burning bush - crazy I know but it happened. God said: “I want you to go to Pharaoh and bring the Israelites out of Egypt!” Moses said: “That’s a huge task! That’s like going to the manager of Wal-mart and saying you are going to take all the toilet paper in stock! it ain’t gonna happen!” Moses was understandably apprehensive about confronting Pharaoh but God spoke clearly, saying: “I will be with you.”

You might be struggling with challenges at home or at school. There could be problems with sickness in your family or you could be dealing with horrible insecurities. Regardless of what you are up against, there is one thing that will never change: God is with you. He is for you and if  He is for us, who can stand against us? 

By choosing to spend time in His presence and read His Word, you are choosing to magnify your God and as He is magnified in your life, watch your challenges shrink. Let’s encourage others to do the same because we are called to leave no one behind. ‭‭


Prayer:

Lord, thank You that You are for me and that You are always with me. I choose today, to put my hope in You. I know my situation may seem impossible at times but I acknowledge You as the God of miracles. Nothing is impossible for You. I love You. Amen

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