address the condition is a movement whose grassroots are rooted in Scriptures. People are fickle but the Word of God last forever and It's foundation was before the beginning of the world. What state do we find ourselves in today? If we call ourselves Christians how does our condition differ from those who do not know Christ? Well, let's address the condition.
I am leaving you with a gift – peace of mind and heart! And the peace I give isn’t fragile like the peace the world gives. So don’t be troubled or afraid. John 14:27
God’s peace is a gift! Have you ever thought of it like that? I love that God’s word continues to comfort His people. He never fails! Whenever you feel alone and/or afraid remember that God already has a plan of escape from your storm. The world is fickle and that’s what John is telling us here. We’re all searching for something, but just know that whatever you need you can find in God. If you’re looking for peace turn away from the world and tune into God. Peace doesn’t mean without problems, but it does mean assurance that it will work out for your good. When has God ever been wrong? Don’t worry, we’ll wait.
The eyes of all wait upon thee; and thou givest them their meat in due season.Thou openest thine hand, and satisfiest the desire of every living thing. – Psalm 145:15,16 (KJV)
Another version reads:
The eyes of all look to you,
and you give them their food at the proper time.
You open your hand
and satisfy the desiresof every living thing. (NIV)
Isn’t time that we explore what having a relationship with Christ is all about? We have the formula, His Word, and prayer. But what’s holding us back?
How important is it really to have a relationship with Him, and more importantly can you trust Him? I’ve found that by spending delibrite time with Him everyday in His Word, reading about how He loves me, has strengthen my relationship with Him. I know that we can trust Him to be who He says He is.
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p.s. I found this hilarious, yet quite true. Sometimes we set folks up for failure, and then wonder why we have trust issues.