Be Still and Know that I am God.
Be Still and Know that I am.
Be Still and Know.
I recently have become fascinated with breaking down bible verses and studying them word for word. In my previous post, I spoke about what I was personally going to focus on in this new year and, I wrote about the importance of prioritizing your dreams and passions.
Flourishing by Faith is a part of who I am. It speaks about my walk with God and how I am not doing life alone. I don’t know about you but, I like knowing what is going on and how I can take control in order for my plans to turn out the way that I envision them. I began by writing Be Still and Know that I am God because for the most part, we all struggle with giving God control of every detail (our relationships, our finances, our dreams, our careers ……).
God is better than you think He is.
He is more faithful than you know Him to be.
Up to this point, you have already seen what you can do, it is time to see what God can do.
Be confident knowing that God has already placed the destination in your GPS and has an exceedingly abundantly above all that we can ask or think plan.
Your imagination pales in comparison to God’s ability.
“Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor has it entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him.” (I Corinthians 2:9)
S U R R E N D E R.
You can’t be so consumed and worried about the future that you miss out on what God has for you today.
- T R U S T the One who’s plans are greater than what you can comprehend. Because the key to walking in the freedom is often connected to obedience in the areas of our lives where we are locked into patterns of resisting God’s spirit.
- I G N I T E God’s vision by becoming aware of His presence in your life.
- W A L K in humility knowing that your life is better off mirroring what is happening in heaven rather than hoping God will cross something off your check list.
See it through.
You have no idea what God is going to do.