you’re very welcome :) and you have a blessed day as well!
Your past regrets
Your present problems
Your future ambitions
“Put GOD in the driver’s seat of your life and take your hands off the steering wheel.”
Don’t be afraid:
Nothing under His drive can ever be out of control.
Jesus take the wheel. take my life and transform it to Your liking. i only want to do Your will and not fulfill my selfish desires. i know Lord that only through You all things will be perfect. i want to fear You Lord, and not fear the future or change. Lord, i want to let go and let You handle everything. i want to be the person that You have planned me to be. I’m sorry for not trusting you Lord and doubting Your power and plans for my life. I pray for joy and that I find it in You, because You never let me down. the enemy has been taking that joy away from me, he’s been working hard on my mind but Lord, i pray that you can take over every thought in my mind and make it clean. thank You Lord for everything in my life, for every blessing You’ve given me. i’m so undeserving of Your love, yet you continually forgive and love me. how can i not praise You every single day? how can i not find joy only in You? i am in awe of Your greatness and i pray to be in awe of You all of my days. amen.
“Be still, and know that I am God.” -Psalm 46:10
be still. such an easy command from God. He wants us to let Him work in and through our lives. He wants us to stop trying to do our own thing and live life patiently waiting for His invitation to do His will. yet, i find it difficult to be obedient to this command because my whole self struggles every day to just be still. my mind wanders and thinks and thinks and thinks about things that i should not be worried about, like the future. my mind tries to plan life out. but it’s not my will, it’s His! what is there to be worried about when He is God? He is so perfect and so faithful and He will never let me down. He has a plan and i have to be ready and willing for anything in store. it’s time for my body and mind to be still and let God work so His will be done.