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All You Need

In II Kings 8, the Shunammite woman and her husband blessed the prophet, Elisha. God, in return, blessed them not only with a son, but also in settling a great legal matter.  In similar ways, God will supply your needs when you walk according to His Word and use wisely the resources He gives you.

Regardless of what your needs are, Ephesians 3:20 says, God “is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think.” Trust Him to provide all that you need today.

He will supply all that I need,
When I trust Him and believe.

 

This excerpt is from the book Great Peace for the Storms of Life.

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Transforming Trouble

Ruth was a young, impoverished widow who traveled to Bethlehem from Moab with her mother-in-law, Naomi. She eventually married one of Naomi’s wealthy relatives named Boaz. Afterwards, she was no longer a poor widow, but an affluent wife. God brought about events in her life that changed the world. Through her lineage, King David and Jesus Christ were born.

Trouble is inevitable in life. Jesus said in John 16:33 (NIV), “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” In spite of the trouble, God has a plan to bless you. Allow Him to use your difficult situation to transform your life.

We may experience hurt and pain,
But God knows how to bless us again,
And give us a life that He lovingly fills,
With blessings according to His holy will.

 

This excerpt is from the book Great Peace for the Storms of Life.