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Break Bread, Daily

Received bad news? Things looking inflexible? Can't tell if you're coming or going? Don't worry, give it to God. I'm not Just telling you this I had to believe it for myself. A couple of years ago, I was put in a situation where I had left one job after being told that I would start another job the next day. Things didn't go as planned and I was left with no answers. Each time I called, I was told that nothing had changed yet, I kept checking my email, making phone calls, continued to put in applications, etc. It got to the point where I had used up my savings to pay the bills and was left with nothing, and it was time to pay rent again. Still with no answers, my rent was past due and the late fees started accruing. Naturally, I became a little worried and the one thing I kept hearing was "Give us this day our daily bread". That was the truth I hung on to. I had to remind myself that God would never put me in a situation in which He was not enough or would not give me enough. God's the provider. Giving me my daily bread reminded me not to worry about the day before or the day after but keep my faith in Jehovah Jireh(My Provider). I had to trust that He will do more than just provide, but turn it around entirely! Of course God worked out my situation. He actually provided more than enough. The rent was paid, along a few other past due bills, and I started work that week. I just want you to never forget, there is no thing too extreme for God to work out. God is able!

This is the part where the Pastor usually says, "turn to your neighbor and say God is able!" Considering that we are not at church, say to yourself, "God is able," and believe it with all your heart.

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Sep 21, 2019

I absolutely love your posts. They are encouraging and plant seeds of Hope. Keep them coming!

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