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You ever feel lost? 

You ever feel like you don't know what direction to take? Like you're all alone? Like nobody understands where you are right now or the challenges you're faced with? I'm here to tell you that people may not know everything about your situation, but you're not alone. As my blog description says (above), almost everybody is going through something. Yet we must not grow weary and give up. If you're tired, I know the feeling. If you feel as though you're taking one step forward and two back, I know what that feels like too. But I refuse to give up. I refuse to let the devil win. 

Our next move may be the blessing we walk into. That can simply mean walking out our door and walking into something different. That can be the day the Lord God decides He's going to reward us even more than He already has by His presence, all because we stayed with Him when others walked away. How do we know what day, hour, or minute that will be? We don't, so we have to be in it (God) to win it (everything He has for us). 

That's what happened with a man named Zacchaeus (Luke 19:1-10). He wanted to change his life so much that he climbed a tree to get to Jesus. He did something different. And Jesus blessed him by visiting the man's house. He will do the same for you and I if we're willing to go out our way for Him. What tree are you willing to climb? Your tree may be different from mine, because we have our own situations and challenges. Yet, the one thing that stays constant is that Jesus is ready, able, and willing to visit us anytime we ask. Just like He did for Zacchaeus.

Just know that you're never alone and if you're feeling lost, it's never too late to be found. Jesus knows.
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