Sunday Faith Blog

Very recently, I’ve had some great things happen which will do away with some of the challenges I’ve been facing for a couple of years so I’m printing the following!:

“A misty morning doesn’t signify a cloudy day,” Proverb.

“When facing an uphill battle, things might look pretty overwhelming from where you stand.  But you’re not seeing the full picture of what the future holds.  In fact, no one can from any vantage point-no one, that is, except God.  He knows the blessings He has in store for you…blessings far more delightful and abundant than you can imagine.  So hang in there.  Change is in the air!”    (From a devotional of mine)

Sometimes you can be fearful, you can worry, you can see no sunshine ahead.  Or not.  We can trust, we can believe that things will improve, we can know we might be blessed beyond what we’d hoped for.   I have seen it.  BIG time.   And I’m not more special than you or anyone else.   Believe this adage above.  It helps to keep believing it……..it works!

Amen to that!

Have a great Sunday!

Z

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7 Responses to Sunday Faith Blog

  1. bocopro says:

    NOT a good sign.

    https://www.dailywire.com/news/45655/god-help-us-atheism-becomes-largest-religion-us-michael-j-knowles

    Some interesting trends and statistics in the text.

    Bottom line? Ya gotta b’lieve in somethin or you’ll fall for anything.

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  2. Mal says:

    Right, Bocopro, you gotta b’lieve in somethin’ and as I stated previously, I believe I’ll have another beer!

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  3. Sparky says:

    Jeremiah 29:11 has become one of my favorite comfort Scriptures when I feel troubled. I turn to His Word more and more every day. All this squabbling will stop and come to nothing. Our LORD Jesus is the only constant. We must hold onto Him and let things just happen as they happen. It’ll all work out to His will in the end.
    Love ya friend. Be well and happy today. ❤

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  4. Mal says:

    Seriously, the Armenian religion teaches us to pray twice daily: In the a.m. as we rise, then again in the p.m. as we retire. Believing allows me 8 uninterrupted hours of peaceful sleep every night. I would find that hard as a non-believer.

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  5. geeez2014 says:

    No, “believin’ somethin'” isn’t at all it.. ..unless you keep praying Jesus is fake. Then, go ahead!!

    Mal, I never heard the “Armenian religion” teaches us that….I think those are good ideas but there are no ‘;rules’ about praying, like Islam tells their people 5 times a day.
    But I LIKE the concept of praying in the am and pm…!~!

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  6. I rather like to stay in touch throughout my waking hours.
    I’d hate to miss any important messages from the Boss.
    I don’t know what’s on the horizon, but a couple years ago when I held four jobs in one year, as stressful as it was, led to where I am today.
    Trials make or break ya.
    I look to the hills from whence my strength comes…..

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  7. Mal says:

    Z, I read that recently in a bulletin or something from the Armenian Church written by one of the priests. Prior to that, I hadn’t heard it either, but follow it ’cause like chicken soup, “it cain’t hoit”.

    ;o)

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