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- Come quickly. Keep your take-it-to-God time short.
- Come with a thankful heart
- Come expecting an answer
Come quickly. Keep your take-it-to-God time short.
My personal “take it to God” response time is not very good if I were to ask that question honestly.
Too often minutes, hours, or even days might pass at times when I remember that nothing is too small to take to God.
To repeat, nothing is too small to take to God
Come with a thankful heart
And when I do, I often don’t come with a thankful heart. “God, I thank you that through this I can learn to trust you more.” The lessons we learn through these times are probably far greater than the struggle itself,
We can learn to be at peace with God, or better yet, at peace in God when we bring everything to him. The world says that peace comes through possessions, money, fame, etc. But God’s peace has nothing to do with that. And, of course, we CAN be rich and famous and still know God’sTweet
Come expecting an answer
Philippians 4:6 says it best:
“Never worry about anything. But in every situation let God know what you need in prayers and requests while giving thanks. Then God’s peace which goes beyond anything we can imagine, will guard your thoughts and emotions through Christ Jesus.”(God’s Word for Each Day.”
Give it a try for today. Make your response time quicker than ever. Try to bring God in on every part of your day no matter how insignificant it might seem to you.
God bless and I hope it’s a great one for you.