Walking in faith is turning everything over to God and trusting His outcome. It is easy to get caught up in wanting to control the situation, relationship, or outcome to a circumstance. Wanting so badly to "know" the ending or manipulate the conversation so it leans your way. That is human nature.
Walking in faith is fighting our human nature and fully relying on God. Hebrews 11:6 reminds us...
And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him.
Here are some truths you can use this week that will help you lean into God as you go about your day. I encourage you to print them or write them down and say them (out loud) several times a day......
I will overcome every obstacle, defeat every enemy, and become every thing God created me to be.
I am transformed by the renewing of my mind.
I agree with what God's word says about me.
Whatever I touch will succeed and prosper.
I am the VICTOR and not the victim.
I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
I have seeds greatness that blooming.
I will fulfill my destiny.
I will become all that God has created me to be.
I am a child of the Most High God.
God has crowned me with His favor.
No weapon formed against me shall prosper.
I am designed and destined to do great things.
I am destined to leave a mark on this generation.
I have all the right gifts.
I was not an accident.
I have the fingerprints of God all over me.
God put a promise in me that is coming to life.
God is calling out the confident me, the successful me, the talented me, the blessed me, the disciplined me, the excellent me.
My best days are out in front of me.
May you walk by faith and not by sight. May you live by the promises of God and not by what your eyes see. May you--even today--see movement in your circumstances, glimpses of glory that remind you your God is very much involved in your life. He's writing a story, arranging circumstances, moving in the hearts of people specifically for you. He loves you that much. Let your joyful heart testify to your abounding trust in Him. It'll please God and encourage others. He's profoundly good and He treasures you! Have a beautiful day today! ~Susie Larson
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