Ann – A Friend of Jesus 2013

Sharing life through the Word of God with love, encouragement and faith in challenging times (smile)

God’s Hand

Good morning my friends (smile) Woke up with this oldie but goodie quote on my mind. Praise The Lord for the reblog button (smile) Enjoy and have a blessed day! (smile)

Ann - A Friend of Jesus 2013

This profound quote will resonate to us who walk by faith! It symbolizes having faith in God. Walk by faith, not by sight.

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Releasing things and stuff, by faith, to God, brings deliverance and victory in God’s timing. He knows when we’re ready. As faith in Him grows, He will give a glimpse or reminder of his hands working, in our situation. Again, there is nothing to hard for God. (smile)

So much of life ties to Romans 8:28 – And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

God bless us, by faith, as we leave everything in your hands to eventually see Your hands in everything. Let thy will be done.

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  gloria5454 wrote @

For me learning to stand still and leave it in his hands is still a challenge but when I do, God shows his miraculous love and power that ONLY he can do, not me and in my flesh!

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  Ann “afriend4ever54” Friend wrote @

Thanks gloria5454 for sharing your thoughts (smile) God bless you!

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  Shandra wrote @

So good!! thanks for the Lovely reminder. Shandra

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  Ann “afriend4ever54” Friend wrote @

You are very welcome Shandra (smile) Thanks and God bless you!

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