A Little After Seven A.M.

A LITTLE AFTER 7A.M.

What’s keeping you awake through the night?

Children, spouse, parents, extended family, a soul friend, your beloved pet, concerns for our world?

Worry, anxiety, fear of the future, anger of what has been your lot?

You’ve prayed, trusted God, stayed faithful to Him, repented when you’ve fall away, loved and forgiven others and self as much as it was possible, yet life still hands you sour grapes, mildew lemons even rotten tomatoes are thrown at you, again!

You wonder, how Lord, how am I going to make it through the night this time?

I had enough.

Every step forward, I end five steps back.

Lord, it may not be that way, but it sure feels as others get somewhere, while I find myself back where I have been over and over again.

Even during the day, night holds the light from me.

Why?

Love one, if this is how you feel, I tell you, I know where you are. I understand your perplexed soul. I feel your dry tears, silent cry and cold loneliness.

Call someone. Tell them what your facing. Ask them to pray for your concern.

After the tears fall, I pray words of encouragement brings a smile, a giggle or even a time laughter for you load has been shared and you sense a bit of hope of what’s on the way, goodness.

Prayers are whispers of wind that come to lift the darkness away, allowing the break of God’s goodness to be felt, seen and grasped.

If you’re still in the dark of your night, may the Light of morning dawn find you soon, where the Lord trades your burden for more than you could ever have dreamed.

When the pain, fear, anxiety, worry, anger returns to stop you from trusting, speak out, “God is working things out for me, my family and keeping a watch over our lives.” It’ll hush uncertainty away.

Let’s not ignore the opportunity to be a servant of the Lord through prayer and help someone move-out of their dimmed, hopeless, lonesome day. Remember to pray for one another, even if that one soul hasn’t call, especially when God places them in our radar.

I know someone is praying for you, right now!

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Yahweh Conquers Valiantly For Us

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YAHWEH CONQUERS VALIANTLY FOR US

“The joyful songs I now sing will be sung again
in the hearts and homes of all your lovers.
My loud shouts of victory will echo throughout the land.

For Yahweh’s right hand conquers valiantly!
The right hand of Yahweh exalts!
The right hand of Yahweh will never fail.

You will not let them kill me, but I will live to tell the world what the Lord has done for me.” Psalms 118:15-17 TPT

At the end of the day, when fatigue, apprehensiveness and maybe even hopelessness come like dark clouds ready to pour a storm in our mind and into our heart of mistrust and unbelief, SING a song.

Sing the words of this psalm.
“Yahweh’s right hand conquers valiantly!
The right hand of Yahweh exalts.
The right hand of Yahweh will never fail.”

Then make these words the chorus of your daily living; “His constant, tender love lasts forever!”

Repeat this truth, this fact, this hope until you fall asleep.

When you wake and the storm remains, may the hope of the Lord give you a step to dance of what is yet to unfold, His Victory.

Then call someone, text someone, send a message, encourage others, for we will persevere.

If it’s difficult for you to see the Victory, then take time to revisit how other believers in their great evil trials endured, held on and stood firm.

May the good Lord, Yahweh, give you endurance during this quarantine with stories of His goodness.

May your words reflect the light of Hope for others to visualize the new norm. Ultimately see how the mighty hand of our Savior never fails.

His constant, tender love does last forever.

Yet, He fights for us. His fight is fureiously. He will fight fiercely for you, me, us.