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It Ain't Over

Yes, you're more than a conqueror.
This goes out to everyone who has gone through something, who is currently going through something, or who will go through something. My current circumstance? I'm going through something. In fact some may even classify my current circumstance as going through hell. But guess what? It ain't over til God says it's over. It ain't over until my victory is won, period, end of story.

I have a faith strategy that has been working for me. Yes in order to get through, I had to come up with a plan of action, so this is what I've been doing on a consistent basis: pray throughout the day & night, read the word (bible), listen to countless sermons, go to church on Sundays & for bible study (there's something about being in God's house), serve in church no matter what, stay around positive Christians (in other words, prayerful/faithful Christians), ask for prayer (nope I'm not afraid to ask for help. I used to be, but not anymore though, glory to God), listen to motivating Godly songs that lift our spirit (this is the first time I ever only listened to gospel songs, but I must do it because they keep me focused on trusting God). 

And let me tell you this, God will move mountains and He will slay giants on our behalf, because there's no doubt He loves all his children no matter our mistakes. I am living proof of this, I'm telling you. It's amazing how God has moved in my life during these painful trying times -- totally amazing. I'm truly a witness yall. So, be encouraged in the Lord, because He'll turn things around and He'll make a way out of no way. Stay faithful, because God says, "Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you" (Matthew 17:20).

This is the song I've been listening to lately. I hope this song lifts your spirits like it does mine, that no matter what we're going through, the devil is defeated when we put all our trust in the Lord. So if you're like me and you're going through a tough circumstance, know this:

It ain't over til God says it's over.

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