The Scripture verses below were taken for Isaiah 55:11 it is our hope that the Word of God will help you in your daily walk with Him.
So, it is when I declare something. My word will go out and not return to Me empty, But it will do what I wanted; it will accomplish what I determined.
God made a promise in the book of Hebrews chapter 6 verses 13 through 15 when God made a promise; He could swear by no one greater, so He swore by Himself.
God made a promise to Himself to fulfill the destiny in your life. Do we define how God is going to help us when we ask for it? When you are stepping out on the promises of God, you can trust Him more than you trust your circumstances which you can see.
The Lord loves you too much to allow you to fail. His love for you is centered on the victory that He has planned for our life, so we must be willing to trust Him to receive the blessings that He has for us.
Let nothing distract you from the purpose and destiny that God has for our life. When God speaks and tells you to come out, go, do not worry about these distractions.
Do not worry about what is around the corner or what is next. Embrace the love that God has for you and love the fact that His promises are still valid and working in your life.
“Although we fall short in our faith in God, He still plans to fulfill the promises in
our lives not because of where we were, but because of where we are going.”
In our walk with God, we will experience distractions, but our faith is the key to successfully navigate through those distractions. Distractions can come in the form of people, our health, our finances, or the mindset of just wanting to do better.
As these distractions come, we may lose sight of the plan that God has for our life but do not allow the distractions to take you off course from what God has for you. God is not going to abandon you because you became distracted. Even though Peter became distracted and began to sink he still had the mindset to ask for Christ’s help. Peter did not allow his pride to keep him from seeking help at the time when he needed it the most.
Like some of us, we really need to reach out and ask for God’s help and as a reminder, He is willing to lend us a helping hand.
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