10 nuggets of wisdom for your Saturday (Part 142)

The enemy will always try to get between you and the truth. Let God’s Word stand between you and the enemy. The Lord’s truth will always set you free.

Put a muzzle on the negative thoughts. Don’t give them a chance to speak. Curb their enthusiasm. Flood your mind with the positive words of the Lord and the negative thoughts will lose their power.

Don’t look at what you don’t have. Look at who you have. You have Jesus. You have the One you need. In Him you have everything you need. You are all set!

Do your homework and review what the life lessons have taught you. Do your homework with God. Let Him tutor you, coach you and guide you. He will make everything clear!

Ask and you shall receive. Ask for peace so you can receive it and give it to those who need it. Ask for joy so you can receive it and give to those who need it. Ask and you shall receive so you can give to those who never receive because they never ask.

God has opened a door for you that you might not be seeing now but it is wide open. The door to the blessings of your salvation here and now is open. Pray that you see it. Pray that you walk freely through it.

There is a peace that can destroy all fear and anxiety. It is from the Lord and it is free of charge. His peace is more powerful than all the chaos of the world. Know Jesus, know peace!

The cry of your heart is always heard. God sees your needs in the depth of your heart. If you can’t find the words to say, remember that the Lord sees the words that are hidden deep down inside of you. He reads every word and He doesn’t take any of them for granted.

Rest in the arms of the Lord. Rest in the arms of love. Stay in the comfort of His peace. Know that nothing can happen to you that the Lord hasn’t seen. Stay confident that the arms of love will always protect you!

There are two sides to a story. Choose the Lord’s side. Listen to His story. Trust His version of your life. Believe the words He says. God’s story is the true story. Don’t adhere to the imitation of the enemy.

Suggested reading: Proverbs 16:20; Ephesians 1:3-4; 2 Peter 1:3

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