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God is with you right now

Daily Devotional Podcast. Follow along with blog post.


Do you know that just as the air is flowing through the atmosphere, God is with you? He will never leave you or forsake you. Sometimes we feel all alone, we may feel like nobody gets us, and we may feel like God has forgotten about us, but know this: we're not alone, somebody else is feeling exactly the same way we are, and God remembers us.

You see, God knows the exact plans He has for each of us. He is keeping us safe and ensuring we're not put in any harm. He is putting things in place for our prosperity and He is giving us a hope and a future. How do I know? Because Jeremiah 29:11 tells me so. Jeremiah 29:11 says, "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." God's words have many purposes. Maybe just maybe He has you listening to this podcast and reading this blog post at this very time for such a time as this in your life. Could it be that He knew that maybe you needed a stirring of your faith today? We all need encouragement from time to time. God knows that and let me tell you, He is with you right now.

God is here and He knows what we need. We have to stand firm on His word, the bible, and never give up on it. Do you believe God's word? It never falls to the ground. It stands strong against anything, anyone, and any place at anytime. So I want to come to encourage you today and to remind you that God is still the Great I Am (Exodus 3:10). He still reigns from heaven above and His power and presence are mighty everywhere. Therefore, He's thinking about you right now and He's with you, as well. Yes you.
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