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October 18, 2014 7 notes Reblog
“All of my life, in every season, You are still God and I have a reason to sing, I have a reason to worship.”

These words resonated in my heart this week a lot. We are humans and we make mistakes. We can be careless at times and we can be stubborn which gets us into situations we would rather not be in. Through these times, we feel lost or hurt or angry. I’ve been there and I personally can say that turning around and praising God requires a little bit of effort.

But in the bad, He is still God. In the good, He is still God. Even when we aren’t thinking about Christ or ministry or loving others, He is still a good God.  He never changes and he never “has it out for us.” That is something that I think keeping in mind will help us in these hard times.  God is still God, and He is still good.

Through the hard times, we aren’t expected to slap a smile on our faces and pretend like it’s all okay. We do not have to tell everyone that we are fine or act like nothing has happened. One thing that we do need to do is make sure we never blame God. He is still our Savior, the same God that he was when things were going well. So we should thank him for the hard times, as they can draw us closer to Him and he can teach us things through them. 

Another worship song that I love says, “You give and take away, my heart will choose to say, Lord blessed be your name.”

So in every season, no matter the blessing or loss, God deserves all the praise and all the glory. He is our Provider, our Father, our faithful Friend, and he deserves to be blessed in all things. God is a good God. He doesn’t make bad things happen, but when these things do happen, we need to see what God is trying to teach us. In all things, we need to turn around and give him our praise and try our best to see the good during times that we feel broken, because he is our Healer.

"Weary traveler, maybe you are exhausted because you are carrying more burdens than you are supposed to. Let go of the past, and allow God to heal you and restore you. Because in that restoration, you shall see a loving God desiring for you to chase after Him, and you shall finally have the strength to do so, because you no longer spend it on things that give no joy at all; So live, love, forgive, and move on. This is worship, this is faithfulness, and this is obeying God even when it hurts.” -T.B. LaBerge

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Devotional Series: In Every Season (#wtsdevo Godisgood)


Posted by: Natalie \ Personal // Walk the Same
“All of my life, in every season, You are still God and I have a reason to sing, I have a reason to worship.”
These words resonated in my heart this week a lot. We are humans and we make mistakes. We can be careless at times and we can be stubborn which gets us into situations we would rather not be in. Through these times, we feel lost or hurt or angry. I’ve been there and I personally can say that turning around and praising God requires a little bit of effort.
But in the bad, He is still God. In the good, He is still God. Even when we aren’t thinking about Christ or ministry or loving others, He is still a good God.  He never changes and he never “has it out for us.” That is something that I think keeping in mind will help us in these hard times.  God is still God, and He is still good.
Through the hard times, we aren’t expected to slap a smile on our faces and pretend like it’s all okay. We do not have to tell everyone that we are fine or act like nothing has happened. One thing that we do need to do is make sure we never blame God. He is still our Savior, the same God that he was when things were going well. So we should thank him for the hard times, as they can draw us closer to Him and he can teach us things through them. 
Another worship song that I love says, “You give and take away, my heart will choose to say, Lord blessed be your name.”
So in every season, no matter the blessing or loss, God deserves all the praise and all the glory. He is our Provider, our Father, our faithful Friend, and he deserves to be blessed in all things. God is a good God. He doesn’t make bad things happen, but when these things do happen, we need to see what God is trying to teach us. In all things, we need to turn around and give him our praise and try our best to see the good during times that we feel broken, because he is our Healer.
"Weary traveler, maybe you are exhausted because you are carrying more burdens than you are supposed to. Let go of the past, and allow God to heal you and restore you. Because in that restoration, you shall see a loving God desiring for you to chase after Him, and you shall finally have the strength to do so, because you no longer spend it on things that give no joy at all; So live, love, forgive, and move on. This is worship, this is faithfulness, and this is obeying God even when it hurts.” -T.B. LaBerge
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Devotional Series: In Every Season (#wtsdevo Godisgood)
Posted by: Natalie Personal // Walk the Same
October 18, 2014 6 notes Reblog
When the Storm comes, Run to Jesus
 “Oh, that I knew where I might find him, that I might come even to his seat!” + Job 23:3
In Job’s uttermost extremity he cried after the Lord. The longing desire of an afflicted child of God is once more to see his Father’s face. His first prayer is not “O that I might be healed of the disease which now festers in every part of my body!” nor even “O that I might see my children restored from the jaws of the grave, and my property once more brought from the hand of the spoiler!” but the first and uppermost cry is, “O that I knew where I might find Him, who is my God! That I might come even to his seat!”
God’s children run home when the storm comes on. It is the heaven-born instinct of a gracious soul to seek shelter from all ills beneath the wings of Jehovah. “He that hath made his refuge God” might serve as the title of a true believer. A hypocrite, when afflicted by God, resents the infliction, and, like a slave, would run from the Master who has scourged him. But not so the true heir of heaven; he kisses the hand which smote him, and seeks shelter from the rod in the bosom of the God who frowned upon him.
Job’s desire to commune with God was intensified by the failure of all other sources of consolation. The patriarch turned away from his sorry friends, and looked up to the celestial throne, just as a traveller turns from his empty skin bottle, and betakes himself with all speed to the well. He bids farewell to earth-born hopes, and cries, “O that I knew where I might find my God!”
Nothing teaches us so much the preciousness of the Creator as when we learn the emptiness of all besides. Turning away with bitter scorn from earth’s hives, where we find no honey, but many sharp stings, we rejoice in him whose faithful word is sweeter than honey or the honeycomb. In every trouble we should first seek to realize God’s presence with us. Only let us enjoy his smile, and we can bear our daily cross with a willing heart for his dear sake.
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Devotional Series Adapted from: Morning & Evening
Posted by: Kira \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement

When the Storm comes, Run to Jesus

 “Oh, that I knew where I might find him, that I might come even to his seat!” + Job 23:3

In Job’s uttermost extremity he cried after the Lord. The longing desire of an afflicted child of God is once more to see his Father’s face. His first prayer is not “O that I might be healed of the disease which now festers in every part of my body!” nor even “O that I might see my children restored from the jaws of the grave, and my property once more brought from the hand of the spoiler!” but the first and uppermost cry is, “O that I knew where I might find Him, who is my God! That I might come even to his seat!”

God’s children run home when the storm comes on. It is the heaven-born instinct of a gracious soul to seek shelter from all ills beneath the wings of Jehovah. “He that hath made his refuge God” might serve as the title of a true believer. A hypocrite, when afflicted by God, resents the infliction, and, like a slave, would run from the Master who has scourged him. But not so the true heir of heaven; he kisses the hand which smote him, and seeks shelter from the rod in the bosom of the God who frowned upon him.

Job’s desire to commune with God was intensified by the failure of all other sources of consolation. The patriarch turned away from his sorry friends, and looked up to the celestial throne, just as a traveller turns from his empty skin bottle, and betakes himself with all speed to the well. He bids farewell to earth-born hopes, and cries, “O that I knew where I might find my God!”

Nothing teaches us so much the preciousness of the Creator as when we learn the emptiness of all besides. Turning away with bitter scorn from earth’s hives, where we find no honey, but many sharp stings, we rejoice in him whose faithful word is sweeter than honey or the honeycomb. In every trouble we should first seek to realize God’s presence with us. Only let us enjoy his smile, and we can bear our daily cross with a willing heart for his dear sake.

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Devotional Series Adapted from: Morning & Evening

Posted by: Kira \  Personal // Walk the Same // Color Movement

October 18, 2014 39 notes Reblog
God can do Anything (Ephesians 3:20 - MSG)
Too often we underestimate the ability of God in our lives. Although we may not realize it, we prove this point when we start to worry and think that we might fail at something. 
If you are feeling worried and uncertain about the future, take the time today to ask God to give you the strength to believe that even in the most impossible of situations, things can turn around by His power.
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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)
Type & Edit by: Jude \ Personal // Walk the Same

God can do Anything (Ephesians 3:20 - MSG)

Too often we underestimate the ability of God in our lives. Although we may not realize it, we prove this point when we start to worry and think that we might fail at something. 

If you are feeling worried and uncertain about the future, take the time today to ask God to give you the strength to believe that even in the most impossible of situations, things can turn around by His power.

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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)

Type & Edit by: Jude Personal // Walk the Same

October 17, 2014 68 notes Reblog
We are Brave
Just to be super real with you, I grew up as a kid with really low confidence. In-fact I didn’t have any self confidence at all and for a very long time it was at an all time low which probably was below zero (0). I was afraid of people, I was afraid of challenges, I was afraid of losing, failing, being ridiculed and in short, I was literally afraid of everything and everyone. I always used to do things on my own until eventually i was tagged and known by others as the “loner”.
I can definitely tell you it sucked but I dealt with it most of my life because I felt that what I experienced was exactly what i was worthy for. Do you also want to know something else about me at the time? I had no God.
Things changed radically for me when I met God and made Him the biggest part of my life. I was able to go up front and speak to people, work on challenges and do so many things that I couldn’t have done before. I wouldn’t say I am perfect but the fact that I can go up-front and do something without actually peeing my pants is surely a blessing from God. 
Confidence and sheer bravery is a gift from God and can be seen all throughout the Bible. The Bible shares the stories of so many people who weren’t afraid to go up front to share the good news that people needed to hear. But the results of their bravery didn’t stop there. It lead them to so much persecution and for some- even death. But what matters in all of this is that, with God on our side and within us, we become fearless people, not afraid of the world and its standards. 
Just as Jesus claimed it (John 16:33), with God on our side, we too can overcome the world.
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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)

Type & Edit by: Jude \ Personal // Walk the Same

We are Brave

Just to be super real with you, I grew up as a kid with really low confidence. In-fact I didn’t have any self confidence at all and for a very long time it was at an all time low which probably was below zero (0). I was afraid of people, I was afraid of challenges, I was afraid of losing, failing, being ridiculed and in short, I was literally afraid of everything and everyone. I always used to do things on my own until eventually i was tagged and known by others as the “loner”.

I can definitely tell you it sucked but I dealt with it most of my life because I felt that what I experienced was exactly what i was worthy for. Do you also want to know something else about me at the time? I had no God.

Things changed radically for me when I met God and made Him the biggest part of my life. I was able to go up front and speak to people, work on challenges and do so many things that I couldn’t have done before. I wouldn’t say I am perfect but the fact that I can go up-front and do something without actually peeing my pants is surely a blessing from God. 

Confidence and sheer bravery is a gift from God and can be seen all throughout the Bible. The Bible shares the stories of so many people who weren’t afraid to go up front to share the good news that people needed to hear. But the results of their bravery didn’t stop there. It lead them to so much persecution and for some- even death. But what matters in all of this is that, with God on our side and within us, we become fearless people, not afraid of the world and its standards. 

Just as Jesus claimed it (John 16:33), with God on our side, we too can overcome the world.

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Image Series: General (#wtscreatives #general)

Type & Edit by: Jude Personal // Walk the Same

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