Dayle's Blog


March 2019

22 Mar -Be strong

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All of us from time to time face discouragement when things go wrong, even when we are trying to do right and we are uncertain how things are going to turn out.

That’s where I’ve learnt to turn to Gods word and to seek God for His  wisdom and strength. I’m actually  in good company, as when I read the accounts in the bible, and especially one of my favourites David, who was a man who knew how to get back up after a crisis.

In times of great distress in his life the bible says “David strengthened or encouraged himself in the LORD his God.” (1 Samuel 30:6)

One account of David strengthening himself is while he was going through a terrible time. While David and his fighting men had been away their homes had been attacked and their wives, their sons, and their daughters had been taken captive. All that remained of the city was heap of smoking ruins.

What do you do when life falls apart? Many of us probably run around in circles screaming and throwing our hands up in despair. David and his men lifted up their voices and wept until they had no more power to weep. Others complained and blamed David their leader, wanting to kill him because they were so grieved.

But this is where David stepped into the realm of the supernatural. Usually you’d think a person would get into a pit of absolute despond, and stay there for a while. David faced a choice, he could either just stand there and continue to look and see nothing but disaster and problems, or he could look beyond and see God.

David chose to look to God and was able to strengthen himself in Him, primarily because David had a personal relationship with Him; he knew God and his promises and that regardless of what He was facing God had not left him and would be faithful to walk with David through his troubles.

Which is what we can also do. Just like David we can walk in supernatural strength when the pressure is on as we remind ourselves of who we are in God, draw close to him, remember and think upon His promises and plan for our lives.

God wants all of us to live daily in the realms of His strength and the supernatural strength He gives so that we will not be constantly distracted and discouraged when pressure comes and tempted to manage in the world’s way, instead of  God’s.

When it says, David “strengthened himself” it means he was intentional, which means we too can be intentional and choose to  live in the new creation reality of who we are in Jesus. Where everyday we abide in His love and listen to his guidance as we look to Him for our strength.

Have not I commanded you? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be you dismayed: for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.” (Joshua 1:9)

Therefore if any man is in Christ, he is a new creature; the old things passed away; behold, new things have come.” (2 Corinthians 5:17)

Today make a decision to walk in God’s strength and His presence and make it a way of life. Choose to strengthen and encourage yourself in God. That means stepping out of the world’s way of living everyday because we have a super God who is able to do the impossible both in and through us.

Prayer: Lord thank you for your promises and that you make me strong. I choose to encourage myself in you today understanding that means stepping out of the world’s way of doing things and living out who I am in you. Please help me to make that a way of life everyday. In Jesus name Amen.

21 Mar -Reality vs Truth

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I read a quote today which said, “reality holds up the standard of what is, while truth lifts the banner of what could be”. “Reality encourages us to accept what is as the way things will always be. However the revelation of truth awakens the hope of something so much more”. (Lisa Bevere)

The fact is our reality does and will change because it adapts to surroundings, culture and situation.

Whereas truth stands unmoved by any of these influences and is faithful, honest, sincere and full of integrity and a foundation on which we can stand steady in a volatile and constantly changing world.

Yet how often do we allow our present reality and circumstances to dictate to us what is true? Our reality often screams at us the lie that,“it is what it is and that’s final” and then we wonder why we’ve become discouraged.

That’s why it’s so important to recognize the world’s version of reality is fleeting and moveable and will when confronted move aside for what is true. It takes someone with integrity, honesty, purity of heart and sincerity to challenge it, but the world we find ourselves in and who we often believe and think we are, must and will change when challenged with truth when it is consistent and powerful enough.

Jesus challenges peoples realities all the time – you were blind but now you see, you were dead but now you are alive. He raised the dead, healed the sick, set the oppressed free, restored dignity to peoples lives, challenged and shifted mindsets about the place of woman, acknowledged and blessed the children. He did not allow someone’s sickness, brokenness, status or worth to remain their reality if it did not line up with the truth of Gods will and plan for their lives. That negative reality suddenly became unstable in the presence of His absolute truth. The moment His presence walked down the road or into a room everything did and still does change.

The truth however always demands a decision on our part, and right now there is a desperate need for truth and beauty to be taken hold of rather than us complacently accepting some of the realities we face.

People everywhere are discouraged and afraid. They don’t know what to believe anymore. There’s been the lie that, ”this is it, this is who you are, this is what is acceptable, and the world’s just like that. As a result many have given up their search for truth and a belief for something better than what they see before them. Yet wisdom calls loudly and encourages us to refuse to accept a flawed reality as truth and challenges us to rise above the status quo and to speak and act differently. (Proverbs 8 9-7)

The question is whether we will settle for what is or believe, reach out for and stand with truth. Will you confront and change the reality of who you think you are when it does not agree with who God says in His Word you are? (Which is forgiven, free, and delivered from all fear, sickness, pain, addiction, and lack.)

Will you challenge the reality you find yourself confronted with every time you look at the news or walk out the door? Do you embrace society’s flawed version of what is acceptable, beautiful, popular and successful or do you seek to shift that reality with truth?

One look at the world will tell you that we all need to do something! To stop settling and believing a lie about ourselves, about who we are and what we are capable of, and about the state of the community we live in. It’s been done before – it started with 12 men who were once chosen by Jesus to hear and then share the truth and good news He shared, and with him those men helped change the world. They shifted mindsets, told of Gods forgiveness and spread hope and good news. They accepted, loved and ministered healing to the broken, inspired greatness in others and changed their communities.

Today imagine what you could do if you too resolved to walk with Jesus, chose to believe what He has done for you, who He says you are and what is possible, shared it with all you meet, and chose to make that your new reality? Imagine it, for you might just change the world if you do!

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect” (Romans 12:2)

“Fear not for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand”. (Isaiah 41:10)

Anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life is gone; a new life has begun”. ( 2 Cor 5:17)

Prayer: Lord please help me to stand for truth rather than settle for a life that is far from what you have planned for me. Please help me to see myself as you do and to begin to challenge those things in and around me that are not in agreement with your will and plan. Please awaken a hope in me for a better future. In Jesus name Amen

20 Mar -Trust


I love the account of Moses in Exodus in the Bible which reminds us that God is more than capable of handling any situation or concern we may be facing. God’s people had finally been released from captivity in Egypt, they had followed His instructions and were now standing on the edge of the “Red Sea” with no way to cross. Suddenly they hear the chariots of the Egyptian army coming towards them and they were afraid for their lives and the lives of their children. They had no means of escape or defence. What are they to do? Trapped with nowhere to go stand these terrified three million people.

And that’s when trust came into play. Moses lifted his face and cried out to God “What do I do now?” The answer comes, “Do not be afraid. Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord, which I will accomplish for you today. I, the Lord will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.” (Exodus 14:14) God instructs Moses to stretch out his staff over the water and then to watch what He will do for them.

The army is fast approaching, fully armed, their swords ready to cut them down or at best return them to a life of bondage and slavery. All the prayers, all the crying out to God, all the hopes for freedom, everything now hangs in the balance. But this one man Moses stands His ground and trusts. And because He trusted the waters parted, the people passed safely through on dry ground, and the ocean engulfs the Egyptian army as God accomplishes what He has promised. “I will fight for you, and you will hold your peace”.

There have been numerous times in the last few years where God has spoken to me those same words He spoke to Moses  “Do not be afraid. Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord, which I will accomplish for you today. I, the Lord will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.” (Exodus 14:14)

Trusting those words and the God who spoke them has brought me through financial difficulties and job loss,  sickness in the family, anxiety, disappointment and the threat of everything we’d worked for collapsing.

A key I’ve learnt when life is screaming at you is to write down and recount all the times when God has shown His love and care for you in the past, plus when I get to the end of my list I start recounting what he’s done for others. I remember when He has shown Himself strong for me or those I know.
I talk to those around me and ask them to tell of a time when God took care of them or moved in their life. It’s amazing when you start to talk to people how many awe inspiring, real life stories people have to tell.

It’s far easier to trust and hold my peace when I actively choose to remember all that God had brought me through and how He’s fulfilled His word to me. It gives me strength to stand and to hold my ground and my peace. Then I don’t have to fight, stress or struggle but merely listen, do what God says and relax and trust He has it all in His hands.

God wants you to know today that whatever you are facing you can bring it to Him and trust He will help you. He will fight for you and you can hold your peace because He is always trustworthy, consistent and faithful to complete what He has promised and started in you.

Today may you have the confidence to believe, the courage to act when you need to, the strength to remain standing when asked and the resolve to trust that what God has promised will come to pass in your life.  

Prayer: Lord I thank you for your word which reveals who you are and how you show yourself strong on behalf of those who love and trust you. Help me to take the time with you today so I can remember all the good you have done and continue to do in my life and that I would continue to trust and hold my peace today. In Jesus name Amen.

19 Mar – I’ve got your back!

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Shepherding is a technique used in AFL to prevent a player from the opposing side gaining possession of the ball or from tackling a teammates. Normally shepherding is carried out by a player using their body to stop their opponent by using their hip and shoulder to bump another player and is normally a hard physical hit.

The more I think of it the more it sounds like Jesus and how He guides, protects, defends and helps us as our shepherd. (Psalm 23)

God made each us with a purpose and a plan and He wants us to run with it. I guess it’s a bit like “picking up a ball” in a football game and running with it to reach our goal. God promises that He will lead, guide, protect and have our “backs”. He says that He will command His angels to keep us in all our ways, and that He will watch over and coming and our going.

King David in the bible is talked about earlier in his life as a shepherd tending his herds out in the fields. He watched over those sheep, making sure they had food to eat, water to drink and safety. When a lion and a bear came to attack any of his herd David defended them and he tells how he killed both the lion and the bear. God calls David a man after His own heart, and chose this young “shepherd” boy to be the next King of Israel. (1 Samuel 17:34)

Jesus is calked our shepherd in that He protects and guides us, but He is also like the guy on the football field protecting his teammate. When a player has the ball they are protected by their team. Their job is to prevent the opposing side gaining possession of the ball by tackling or “taking them out”. The one “shepherding” uses their body to stop the opponent from reaching their team mate with the ball.

Jesus shepherds like that guy on the field. He used His body to protect us from the wicked schemes of our opponent the devil. He put His own body on the line when He went to the Cross for us.

Now He says to us run – to run your race. Pick up the “ball” – pick up your purpose, and your vision and get out there on the field of life. He promises He will be there to “shepherd us”, to obstruct any plan of the enemy when he tried to oppose us, or attempts to gain possession of our vision, our God given gifts, abilities and purpose. In actual fact Jesus says He and the angels (our other team mates) will bump – “hip and shoulder” anyone who attempts to come up against us. They have our backs, either side and they even go before us.

For He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways. In their hands they shall bear you up, Lest you dash your foot against a stone”. (Psalm 91:11-12)

We have a lot of help. Our “shepherd” is no wimp and He’s not one to be messed with. He also says His power and presence resides within each one of us if we invite Him to, making us someone our opponent will think twice about tackling!

Today make a decision to keep running with your purpose. Don’t look to the left or the right but straight ahead. Shake off the things that so easily entangle, the sin that tries to hold you up. Hold that purpose firmly in your hands and go for it. You have the best “shepherd,” and His mighty helpers the angels as your teammates running along with you, and they don’t mess around when the other side is coming at you. They will use every tactic and strategy in the book to bump them right out of your path so you will get to where you need to be.

Choose today to not waste another minute. Fix your eyes on the goal, know you have backup and run!

Are not all angels ministering spirits sent to serve those who will inherit salvation” (Hebrews 1:14)

Therefore we also since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight and the sin that so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross.” (Hebrews 12:1-2)

Prayer: Lord thank you that you are the best shepherd I could ever have. You not only lead and guide me, but you and the angels back me up every step of the way. Help me to pick up my “ball” – my purpose in you and run with it. In Jesus Name Amen.





18 Mar – Overcoming anxiety

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I was recently flying to Sydney and happened to be seated next to a lovely elderly couple who were travelling to connect up with their cruise liner.  As I chatted with the wife I soon discovered she was very anxious about flying. A storm was building outside and as we travelled we were being jolted about by some turbulence which did nothing to alleviate her fears.

The thing I’ve learnt about flying or anything we may be anxious about is to keep a firm watch on our imagination and to take time to discern with Gods help, whether the images and thoughts we are seeing flash before our eyes are a genuine cause for concern or merely our fears and imagination taking us to unhealthy places.

The bible has some good advice in regard to this in that we are advised to take every thought captive to Jesus (1 Corinthians 10:5). Meaning if an imagination or thought comes across our consciousness we are to examine whether it rises up and is in contradiction to what God says in His Word about us or not. If our imaginations are screaming death, disaster and loss we are to seek God and His wisdom as to whether that is Him speaking a warning so we can change course or go into prayer to cut off the devils schemes, or merely our fears or the enemy trying to get us into fear and doubt.

As I chatted with my fellow passenger I was busy praying and doing what I could do to help keep her calm. I offered her my essential oils to smell, showed photos of the family to distract her and talked about all the safe travels I had experienced on planes. Plus I prayed for peace to come upon her and for angel’s to go before us to sort out the turbulence which they quickly did, resulting in an instantly smoother flight and a happier fellow passenger.

The thing is I could actually be very anxious about flying myself as my brother was killed in a plane accident. However I chose after his accident to learn to discern when its my own imagination and fears talking and when it is God speaking into circumstances. Otherwise I could very easily go through life being buffeted about by every news story, bad report, negative circumstance and my own imagination running wild. I  decided that is no way to live and I choose instead to believe God and that he has a plan for my life that far exceeds in goodness anything I can imagine. (Ephesians 3:20)

I endeavour to fix my imagination and believing upon the truth that He is a good God, He loves me and regardless of what may come against me I we will be okay. Angel’s surround me and act on Gods word when I speak it and they are assigned to protect me, so I have nothing to fear for surely goodness and His love will follow me all the days of my life. (Ps 23:6; Ps 91)

God wants us to win in life and He always has a strategy to help us overcome our fears and to pull down negativity and spiritual attack. However it does take us partnering with Him to do that, so I encourage you today to put some positive strategies, such as those mentioned above in place to be able to live your best life and to overcome negative imaginations that can easily keep us in fear and doubt.

Today continually fix your eyes and hearts on Jesus, keep your thoughts and imaginations anchored in His Word and only speak and do what He is saying and doing and you’ll be soon “flying easy”.

Surely goodness and unfailing love will pursue me all the days of my life, and I will live in the house of the Lord forever“. (Ps 23:6)

Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” ( Ps 91:1)

Prayer: Lord thankyou that the plans you have for me are good, and you desire to fill my life with amazing things and long life. Help me to continually fix my mind and heart upon you, your promises and your love for me today. In Jesus name Amen

16 Mar – Waiting

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Life is full of waiting – from our mothers waiting expectantly for us to be born, to waiting for food, traffic lights and queues. Or watching and waiting to find that special person, waiting to hear back from a job or career opportunity, waiting to see if you made the team, waiting to be paid, waiting for other people to catch up or be ready, waiting for answers or clarity from God….waiting, waiting waiting.

However we can learn alot about ourselves while we wait. Like are we trusting God and being patient, are we being loving and kind as we wait or do we become moody, tetchy and impatient? Do we wait with a good attitude or start to lose heart and get distracted, and on the wrong path, doing unproductive and even harmful things? Do we give up while waiting or keep standing expectantly?

God wastes nothing and regardless of what is happening  (or not happening), and how long we have had to wait, I’ve discovered He is more interested in who we are – our character and what sort of man or woman we are becoming, than in what we’re usually actually waiting for. He is always good and wants to grant us the desires of our heart, but He also knows some things take a certain amount of set and when the right time for them is to arrive. Much like a baby…if it arrives too early it can be dangerous, is more stressful and is far better to arrive in 9 months rather than at 8 months when most mothers are getting uncomfortable and fed up with waiting.

God knows everything has an appointed time and rather than grumble, complain or have a bad attitude He wants us to grow in the wait, and to learn to lean on His goodness, and to trust Him even when the answer or dream looks long in coming. He forges our character in the wait and sharpens, refines and works on us like a mastercraftsman creating a masterpiece. His work is done far quicker and properly if we stay put and don’t keep running off doing our own thing or throwing a hissy fit because we think everything is taking too long.

Unfortunately from experience I’ve learnt impatient grumbling attitudes and behaviour usually hold things up. God is never in a hurry, but He is interested in us becoming all we were made to be, and He definitely, if we cooperate will use the waiting times for good in our lives.

Whoever is patient has great understanding, but one who is quick-tempered displays folly.” ( Proverbs 14:29)

Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”(Galatians 6:9)

Today whatever or wherever you are in life I encourage you to learn and grow in the wait. Trust God’s appointed timing and that when you have finished waiting it will be all the sweeter for the testing and proving of your character and your increased appreciation for what you have waited for.

Prayer: Lord I’m choosing to trust your appointed perfect timing and to have a great attitude as I wait. Please work in me and create a right heart and attitude in me today. In Jesus name amen

15 Mar – Don’t despise small beginnings

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Many years ago when we were just starting out in church planting God spoke a word to me that I have never forgotten. At the time we were hiring a school music room for Sunday gatherings and undertaking the laborious task each week of setup/pack up. I remember one particular Sunday only one person arrived for the service apart from our planting team. It was a public holiday weekend and people were making the most of the opportunity to go away or have family get togethers. So here we were with a big dream in our hearts and one person to show for all our efforts…and that’s when God spoke and said, “don’t despise the day of small beginnings”.

I was busy wondering what on earth we were doing with our life when all we had to show for our effort and sacrifice was one person, but that mattered not to God. We had begun on the dream God had placed in our hearts, and God was with us. Through those small beginnings God taught me over and over the value of one person, and how much we individually matter to Him. Those small beginnings changed my worldview, my perceptions of God and His love, and how special and important each person is to Him. I discovered that if God, creator of the universe rejoiced in my small beginnings, and my “one’s” then so should I.

Whatever the dream or desire in our hearts we all have to begin somewhere, or it simply only remains a dream. Small beginnings often come with setbacks, sacrifice and little encouragement for our efforts. But God watches, He knows, and when we choose to be faithful with the little we have, He says He will then trust us with much. (Luke 16:10)

What dream or desire do you have in your heart? What do you believe God has called you to do? Even if you feel like you are in the day of small beginnings, don’t despise it because God is with you, and He is rejoicing to see that the work has begun. He promises that He has prepared in advance good things for us to walk in; that He will perfect that which concerns us, and be faithful to complete the work He has started in each one of us.

Don’t despise the day of small beginnings – just begin and keep going, knowing that the whole of heaven is cheering you on. (Hebrews 12:1)

“Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin.” (Zechariah 4:10)

For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.” (Ephesians 2:10)

“The Lord will perfect that which concerns me.” (Psalm 138:8)

Prayer: Lord help me not to despise the day of small beginnings, whether that be a new venture, further studies, the stepping out in faith to fulfil a dream in my heart, or making small changes in my life to become all that you have made me to be. Please help me to remember and see that you rejoice and see value in my small beginnings and the steps I take to begin. In Jesus Name Amen.

14 Mar – It’s going to be ok


Those words, “its all going to be okay” are what many of us need to hear on a regular, if not daily basis. Because sometimes lets face it, we all feel like things are not in any way, shape or form okay!

However it’s often in the very middle of not feeling like things are going well that I’ve discovered God is right there with me. We may not understand why or what is going on at the time but that’s not really what we need focus on – sometimes there is no easy answer to why things happen.

What’s important in the middle of things is that we understand we are not alone and that regardless of how we feel or what it looks like God does care about us, He will strengthen and help us, He will work all things out for our good, and if we just keep our eyes on Him, keep looking ahead and continue to do what we know to do, we are going to be okay and more often than not find ourselves stronger for persevering through the difficulties.

Today whatever sort of day or situation you are facing, know you are never alone because God is with you and He cares. Keep looking at, and walking with Him and you will be okay. You may have a few bumps and bruises and gain some faith muscles you didn’t have before, but you will be okay.

Fear not, for I am with you; Be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.” (Isaiah 41:10)

And we know that God causes everything to work together?for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.” (Romans 8:28)

Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.  Consider him who endured such opposition from sinners, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.” (Hebrews 12:1-3)

Prayer: Lord thank you that you care about me and that you will never leave me to handle life’s circumstances alone. Help me to remember that today and thankyou that I am going to be okay. In Jesus name Amen


13 Mar – Keep standing and don’t you dare give up!

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Sometimes we just have to stand up and get feisty, especially if we are facing evil, difficult situations, and anyone or thing that acts or sounds contrary to what God says about your life and future. Instead of allowing ourselves to slide into a pit of despond, its in these moments that we have the opportunity to put our faith to work, to pull it together and to stand firm. Primarily because we are usually much stronger than we give ourselves credit for, and with Jesus strengthening us we will see the victory. Plus the alternative is that we risk going into a “big hole” which we will then have to pull ourselves out of again anyway.

Sometimes “pulling it together” means getting some help, talking to someone about how we feel, asking for people you trust to pray with you for a breakthrough, and if necessary getting some professional help. It means going to God and casting our cares and burdens upon Him and listening to what He says. It’s searching out His Word for the answers and then holding onto and declaring those promises. It means choosing to stand, to remain resolute and to just keep standing until the breakthrough comes. 

The bible says repeatedly to, “Give all your worries and cares to God, for he cares for you.” (1 Peter 5:7 NLT)

Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand.” (Ephesians 6:13)

“Give all your burdens to the Lord, and he will take care of you. He will not permit the godly to slip and fall.”(Psalm 55:22 NLT)

It’s when we are feeling the most vulnerable and under pressure that we must not let go of our self restraint, faith and trust in God and allow ourselves to mope oWe may need to get feisty, to stop feeling sorry for ourselves, quit thinking we are the only ones going through a rough time and start looking at the positives, the possibilities, and what we do have available and in our hands to use and move forward with. 

God cares, He actually does know what we are going through, and He has promised that He will be with us through it all. He never said it was going to always be smooth sailing, but that in actual fact we would face trials, tribulations, and things in which we must persevere through. He encourages us when we are facing difficulties to not “lose it” but instead to continue to use our faith, His word, and our trust in Him to stand, and when we’ve done all else to just keep standing, for we will overcome if we do not give up.

Plus when we remain steadfast and keep speaking God’s word, angels are able to go to work on our behalf, and Jesus says that He Himself is the High Priest of our confession. This means when we speak and believe in agreement with the bible, Jesus is authorised to administer and carry out on our behalf of the words that we say. (Hebrews 3:1) However He is not responsible over our confessions in the midst of our hissy fits, negativity or faithless words, for He is High priest over deliverance, righteousness, and freedom – over our faith filled words.

Today, give Jesus and the angels something to work with in your confession. Go back to the basics if need be and remind yourself of who Jesus is, what He has promised and who you are in Him. Remember what is actually important in life; count your blessings, get some perspective, stand your ground against evil, get feisty if need be, don’t you dare give up,  and go out there to live and fight another day.

“Why am I discouraged? Why is my heart so sad? I will put my hope in God! I will praise him again – may Saviour and my God!” (Psalm 43:5NLT)

Therefore put on the full armour of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand.”(Ephesians 6:13)

“Those who guard their mouths and their tongues keep themselves from calamity.” (Proverbs 21:23)

Prayer: Lord please help me when I am finding it difficult. Set a guard over my mouth so that I would not speak those things that aren’t of any benefit, especially in regard to who I am and my future. I choose to believe what you say about my life in your word, about who I am, where I’m going, and that together you and I always have a plan, a hope and a future. In Jesus name Amen.



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