10 nuggets of wisdom for your Saturday (Part 134)

Take the time to say what the Lord wants you to pray about. Take the time to pray for those who have lost their way. Take the time to pray for a world that needs healing. Take the time to pray for those who are down and in need of love. Take the time to pray and God will make a way!


There isn’t a single person you will meet that Jesus didn’t die for. Treat everyone as someone the Lord adores because that is the truth. Jesus’ love is unconditional and it is not reserved for a specific group. He groups everyone under the same cross. Remember that next time you deal with someone who is hard to love!


Hope is near. It is on the tip of your tongue and on the bottom of your heart. Dig it out from your spirit and speak it into existence. Hope will rise and faith will get strengthened.


God wants us to be comfortable but conceited. Find comfort in Him and run away from pride and self-righteousness. Your righteousness is in the Lord! 


Turn off the light that has been blinding your mind and turn on the light of the Word that will enlighten your heart.


Step by step you are making progress. God sees how hard you are trying. It doesn’t matter if the world doesn’t recognize your progress. God is the One who will always celebrate your victories. Keep walking step by step!


Your world might be upside down today but the Lord will put it back in a way that will make you forget that one day your world was bad in many ways. Trust that the world can change your world in His own amazing way!


Prayer soothes the soul and encourages the mind. Prayer fortifies your heart and touches your body. Prayer is the power that can transform you from head to toe.


You have been laboring alone for too long. The Spirit of God is on your side. Connect with Him. Stay with Him. Communicate with Him. He will show you that you are never alone and that Jesus made sure you would have the best companion in the world!


When you feel defeated and depleted, turn to the One who can fill your cup to the brim and who can give you rest. God will revitalize you and give you strength.


Suggested reading: Exodus 15:2; Psalm 46:1-3; 1 Peter 5:10


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