Pause

Worthy Thought: Pause and let your spirit respond instead of having your soul react.

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Divine Departures

Worthy Thought:Rejection – it doesn’t feel good. But what if it’s really God’s protection for you?

Sometimes we must trust the Divine Departures and Gifts Of Goodbye.

Not everyone can go where God is taking us.

Seasons change and friends can come and go.

But only One remains!

Trust God with the sifting of the wheat from the chaff. He knows what and who you need to do His will.

Some friendships don’t last for long, but there is one loving friend who is joined to your heart closer than any other! Proverbs 18:24 TPT

~ XXOO Michelle

True Success

Worthy Thought: True Success is ready and waiting for you.

What a Promise!

We are doing a Psalm and Proverb Daily Challenge with some of our Divine Connections ladies.

This was one of my favorites and worthy of sharing. True Success is ready and waiting for us when we find Christ.

~ XXOO Michelle

Inane

Worthy Thoughts: Refuse to get involved in inane discussions; they always end up in fights.

Inane is just one letter short of insane!

Inane means silly, foolish or pointless.

This is a great promise to remember!

~ XXOO Michelle Bollom

Trials

WORTHY THOUGHT: Could it be that God allows trials to grow us up and teach us to trust him?

Hear my cry, O God;

listen to my prayer.

From the ends of the earth I call to you,

I call as my heart grows faint;

lead me to the rock that is higher than I.

For you have been my refuge,

a strong tower against the foe.

I long to dwell in your tent forever

and take refuge in the shelter of your wings.

For you, God, have heard my vows;

you have given me the heritage of those who fear your name.

Increase the days of the king’s life,

his years for many generations.

May he be enthroned in God’s presence forever;

appoint your love and faithfulness to protect him.

Then I will ever sing in praise of your name

and fulfill my vows day after day.

Footnotes:

-Psalm 61:1-8

We can all agree our spiritual growth has not been in good times but through trials of life.

In the Book of Psalms, King David stood firm in confidence on the promises of God. King David knew God would provide a Savior in his line of heritage. King David believed and sang songs to God with thanksgiving and praises.

God loves us so much He has given us His Son Jesus Christ born into our world of trials and troubles and died so we can have a better life now through eternity.

When we cry out for help we must be confident knowing prayers are answered and that Jesus Christ is our source of strength and confidence.

Lets shout out and sing songs of thanksgiving and praises for He is so good to us. Amen.

~ Angela Lipe-Pattengill

Flying Blindly

WORTHY THOUGHT: Do you ever find yourself in tough situations where you feel like you’re a pilot trying to fly blindly through the clouds?

A real pilot will tell you that you need to trust your instruments to guide you through it.

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight. -Palms 3:5-6 NIV

This is a promise if you submit to the Lord in everything and acknowledge His sovereignty, He will give you clear direction, even while you fly blindly, you have to resist the urge to panic, have faith and trust in Him to guide you on a straight path.

~ Angela Lipe-Pattengill

Wisdom vs Fool

WORTHY THOUGHT: You can identify a fool or a wise person by the way they walk down the road.

A fool knows all about the future and tells everyone in detail. Since a fool begins with foolish premise, his conclusion is sheer madness. A fool is upset by little work that he has no strength for the simplest matter, and if you love a fool then you will live a foolish life with them.

-Proverbs 18:2-3 Fools have no interest in understanding; they only want to air their own opinions.

A wise man knows God is full of riches, wisdom and knowledge and he must reach for God for His strength to prepare for the tasks ahead. A wise man knows an ax requires strength, so he sharpens the blade because iron sharpens iron.

-Proverbs 27:17 As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. (NIV)

A wise man’s heart leads him to do right, and a fool’s heart leads him to do evil.

-Proverbs 14:8-10 The wisdom of the prudent is to give thought to their ways, but the folly of fools is deception. Fools mock at making amends for sin, but goodwill is found among the upright.

God wants you clear eyed so that you can evaluate all things as a wise person.

~ Angela Lipe-Pattengill