A godly and biblically-based devotional to help people with their faith and confidence; to encourage, educate, and inform. Come everyday for inspiration. Almost everybody is going through something and you can get through it with Jesus. I am a witness to that fact. Never give up on the great blessings God already has lined up for you. Jeremiah 29:11 says, 'He knows the plans He has for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.'
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Are you trying to please people more than you're trying to please God? At one point in my life I certainly was. I was more concerned about what people thought and said about me than what God did. Now, forget about all of that. I realize I must focus on doing the things God wants me to do and when I do those things I will be much more helpful to people. It's true. Once we start getting in the place God has for us, we will not have one care in the world about the thoughts or words from people who mean us no good. Let me tell you, it's not worth your time to give any credit to the cares of the world, because they will wear you down. Concern yourself, first off, by what God thinks and says about you and there are many great things. And after that concern yourself with what your wise inner circle has to say, because they will be coming from a place of love and will want the best for you. They are the consistent ones you can count on. They're not hot today and cold tomorrow. When you need them they're always there for you and vice versa. So God first and inner circle second, ok? 1 Peter 5:7 says we should cast all our cares/anxiety on God because he cares for us.
Finally, Galatians 1:10 says, "for am I now seeking the favor of men, or of God? Or am I striving to please men? If I were still trying to please men, I would not be a bond-servant of Christ." That's what Paul told the churches/people of Galatia and as we know Paul didn't worry about what anyone thought or said about him. He was focused on what He knew the Lord thought about Him and what the Lord had to say. Paul was focused, influential, and impactful, because of that. We can be the same, as well.
Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post. How are you feeling today? What kind of head space have you been in lately? I ask, because I'm just wondering if anybody feels like me -- free like me. Free as an eagle. Free as can be. That's right, out with doing business the old stale way and in with a fresh new operation. It's a shifting happening in the atmosphere of Sharon's life and I'm moving on to the big and awesome things God has for me. What do you say for yourself? What are you speaking over your life? What it is for you? For me, I am no longer afraid to go out in the deep end. I am no longer afraid to fly higher, I am no longer concerned about what I have or do not have, and I am no longer concerned about what anybody thinks or says. Who the heck cares anymore? I don't. Because God tells me he doesn't give me a spirit of fear or timidity ( 2 Timothy 1 :7) , but He gives me a spirit of love, confidence, power, self-control, and
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Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post. When I was going through a dark time -- when I had nothing -- there was a certain person who helped me sometimes. She helped me whenever she basically felt like it, but she did help, and for that I'm appreciative. But, something interesting happened after I started growing out of my despair. Something interesting started happening when I no longer needed her for anything. And something interesting happened even though I remained kind and grateful towards. The interesting thing that happened was that she started hating on me. She started treating me differently. At first I was really bothered by it, because I thought she and her husband were nice people I wanted in my life. I liked that they had a sense of compassion and were interested in helping people who were down and low. That really appealed to me, because I was raised that way; my mother was raised that way; her mother was raised that way, and it goes back to as fa