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Things will line up for you

Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post.
Do you need God to act on your behalf today? Do you need God to intervene in anything in your life? Do you need Him to straighten out anything?

Guess what? I've come to let you know that God will do it. Yes, He will set any record straight that needs to be set straight and He will do it on your behalf. Yes, He will intervene for you. He will correct anything that needs to be corrected. All we have to do is stay on our grind, focus on what we're doing, and continue praising, worshiping, honoring, and serving Him. We don't have to take matters into our own hands about anything that we want to happen. In fact, to do that, many times, sets us back. I have tried that at certain times in my life only to mess things up and to delay what God had for my life. Now, if we want God to move we have to reach out to Him and He will be with us as we establish an on-going relationship with Him. We have to at least start. He will cover us when we speak to Him about anything on our mind. Yes, His grace is sufficient for each one of us. It is. So don't ever think God won't hear your petitions -- your prayers and your requests to Him. He will indeed. Jeremiah 29:12 says, 'then you will call upon Me and come and pray to Me, and I will listen to you."

So if there is anything that needs to be straightened out for your life, know that God will go before you and He will line things up. Yes, He will make the crooked places straight and He will level the mountains for you (Isaiah 45:2). Focus on Him and He will see to it that things line up the way they're supposed to in your life regardless of what it looks like in the natural. Be encouraged today as you continue on in your faith walk with the Lord. He will come through for you and He will continuously line things up for you. He will do it.
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