judas 1:20-21 mbb05
“20 ngunit magpakatatag kayo, mga minamahal, sa inyong napakabanal na pananampalataya. manalangin kayo sa tulong ng espiritu santo. 21 manatili kayo sa pag-ibig ng diyos habang naghihintay kayo sa ating panginoong jesu-cristo na magkakaloob sa inyo ng buhay na walang hanggan dahil sa kanyang habag sa atin.” jude 1:20-21 net
“20 but you, dear friends, by building yourselves up in your most holy faith, by praying in the holy spirit, 21 maintain yourselves in the love of god, while anticipating the mercy of our lord jesus christ that brings eternal life.”
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Some scars appeared on our bodies early on in life and are home to some of our earliest memories. look at the most prominent scar on your body. do you remember how old you were? how it happened? who was around you?
it’s easy to remember the details of how a physical scar occurred, but the same can be said about emotional scars. each one hold a memory, each one tells a story.
if we’re not careful, we can allow our emotional scars to alter how we think. emotional scars can taint our hearts and minds until we eventually start seeing everything through a jaded lens. in some ways, the scars we see on our physical bodies seem to do far less damage to us than the ones we cannot see.
jesus desires to help us see our scars through a different lens. in order to do this, we have to allow the lord himself to dig deep within us, transforming our minds. it might hurt a little, but every time we let go and give it to god, our scars loose a little bit of the power that they once held over us. god wants nothing more than to step into our scars and replace the hurt with healing so that our stories can be used for his glory. his supernatural ability to bring about healing in our lives shows just how great he is!
you might not know it yet, but you are a living testimony of an overcomer! you are not what you have been called. you are not what has been done to you. you are a child of the most high god and he loves you beyond our human understanding.
we bear scars on our bodies as a testimony of the marvelous works of jesus. we may not always understand why we have to walk through certain situations, but when your pain becomes your testimony, you will no longer be held captive to it! walk through the process and be set free in jesus name!
he heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. psalm 147:3
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It can be easy to walk in fear in this world, but let me remind you that you have the god of the universe living inside of you. his spirit dwells within you. you can walk in the authority and power of the holy spirit. it’s good to remember that we are in a spiritual battle, but just know that god is in you and he has equipped you for anything this world throws at you. the devil is tough, but he is nothing compared the mighty power and glory that lives within you. walk in that authority each day 💪🙏 please follow me: -@trustinggod_
“i will extol the lord at all times; his praise will always be on my lips.
i will glory in the lord; let the afflicted hear and rejoice.
glorify the lord with me; let us exalt his name together.
i sought the lord, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears.
those who look to him are radiant; their faces are never covered with shame. this poor man called, and the lord heard him; he saved him out of all his troubles.
the angel of the lord encamps around those who fear him, and he delivers them.
taste and see that the lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.
fear the lord, you his holy people, for those who fear him lack nothing.” psalm 34.
“here i am! i stand at the door and knock. if anyone hears my voice and opens the door, i will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.” — revelation 3:20 niv
it depends on how you view him and why this could bother you. do you recognize him as the god? is he truly the one who fed the thousands by division? or maybe you relate to him as your healer? you could even know him as the the one who hung on the cross for your sins. or just maybe, you know him as your miracle worker. regardless of how you know him, why is he outside? don’t you want the one who is able to do all things in your home? i would understand if he were a stranger (yes, he could be a stranger to some of us). but, even if he were - he says, i come in peace and i come to feast with you. he says, i will provide all your needs and there is nothing too impossible. why don’t you allow jesus in today? he’s been waiting outside for entirely too long. he waits because he cares for you and knows what life without him means for you. you hear that knock? that’s him, asking to be let in.