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Walking in the Word

Plant City's First Baptist Church

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Friday morning I was running around like a chicken with its head cut off.  (Southern expression)  I prayed my morning prayer, and then just “got busy doing ‘stuff’”.

I had just said out loud (Yes, I talk to God out loud just casually.), “LORD, slow me down”, when I received a text.  My precious friend/neighbor, Donna, took a picture of her morning devotional book (I have the same one from my dear friend, Susan, sitting on my desk at school.) and sent it my way. How did she know I needed that text? Oh, yea, that’s how God works. (He’s so cool!)

The title was “Living in Dependence on Me”.  Boy, did I need that text (the little message from God via my morning angel).  I have to rely on Him.  How about you?

When you need a little pick me up from God, look up and then look around.  I bet He’s sending you a little message somehow to know that He’s there for you.

This morning I opened my Facebook and saw that my old friend had posted a video.  He is now Pastor Jeff in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is starting to post brief videos of prayers and encouraging words. Today’s message was about struggles and how to handle them.  I know I have my struggles and many friends are going through them right now.  God’s word, via Jeff, was needed.  (Thanks again, God.)

And I have one more illustration of how God is everywhere if we just look for Him.  Another lovely friend, Chris, posted on her social media wall today Jeremiah 9:24, “But those who wish to boastshould boast in this alone:that they truly know me and understand that I am the Lord who demonstrates unfailing love and who brings justice and righteousness to the earth, and that I delight in these things.  I, the Lord, have spoken!”  That’s it!  GOD HAS SPOKEN.

Oh, brother and sister, listen to God speak.  He does.

I pray God’s abundant love and blessings for y’all.

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