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No Confusion

"God is not the author of confusion, but of peace" (1 Corinthians 14:33). 

He has nothing to do with turmoil, uncertainty, or turbulence in our lives. He's not flaky like us humans. He's not of a silly mind. He is solid and all knowing. He is the beginner and the finisher. He does not invite chaos and does not condone it. If He did, that would make His word unbelievable and unreliable. 

I couldn't imagine such a thing. 

So here's the point: If you don't know what to do and where to go, seek God for peace and clarity. I promise you that if you remain committed and faithful to doing that with no distractions, He will speak to you about any given situation or question your have regarding your life and those you pray for. If He did it for me, He'll do it for you. There is nothing more special than me than you. He made us all in His image. 

Yet, certain people may appear more special than others and that's because favor ain't fair. Some people just tap in and they don't stop seeking God's face from mission to mission to mission. It's a never ending-existence for them and such people are not confused about things in their lives. If they are unsure about anything, they wait for God's answer and they do not make a move until the appointed time. He will speak when we ask Him to and He will not leave His people in the dust..

I just hope you're one of His people -- kingdom of God people. Are you? If not, see Romans 10. Start there.
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