Learning to Let God

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Let Go & Let God love

I used to worry a lot.I still do sometimes.I am afraid of not achieving my dreams .Sometimes I ask myself “What if in the next five years nothing really changes in my life or what if I never really get to achieve my dreams”.When times are tough and not going our way ,we find it very difficult to trust God.This is because we hold on tightly to things that we think are good for us and therefore when they don’t go our way we become hopeless.When things go in a way that I had not expected or planned in my mind, I tend to get really worried because I don’t want to fail.However,the more I get to understand about trusting God ,I realize that I spend so much time worrying about things that I shouldn’t worry about.I realize that I should Let God.I should Let God work for me.

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That’s His Story, This Is His Hope

This is so encouraging read please!

RabBits

He had a headache, not bad, just one Tylenol bad.  It didn’t stop, so he took two and went to bed.  He felt funny the next morning, but did his regular thing.  That afternoon he had another headache and grabbed a bottle of Ibuprofen and took 4.  He still didn’t feel very well and thought he was coming down with something.

The next morning, he still felt strange, but went to work anyway.  About 2:00 PM he had

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God Is Moving Mountains

Just writing about God gives us such freedom in Christ. I haven’t read a post yet that wasn’t driven to lead us to Christ and His glory

Some days when I post on godssimplekindness.com -I am inspired to see the many writers that will “like” my post, at that point  I often jump onto their wordpress site and see what they are writing and I get more motivated to hear the encouraging words of my fellow Jesus followers and motivated to want to read more of what the Holy Spirit is doing in their hearts and minds!

God is Moving Mountains for us, we must all continue to inspire eachother in this walk.

Shalom

Nancy

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