Breaking Bread for 1.15.20

Scripture

“When I am afraid, I put my trust in you.”

Psalm 56:3

Reflection

In our fears we must look for God’s light and run to it. Let His presence soothe you, clear your mind, cleanse your heart, and restore you. Turn to God for comfort during troubling times no matter how big or small. They may seem unbearable or too difficult to you—but nothing is too big or too small for God to handle.

Know it. Believe it. Trust it. Embrace it. Today is your day to make the most of the moments or squander them. It’s your choice.

Prayer

Father, there are times, like right now, where I am fearful, doubtful, and confused. Instead of worrying, feeling hopeless or helpless, or questioning why this is happening to me—I will trust You. I know that You will never put me in a situation—or let me stay in one— where I am not protected, and that I can’t handle.

I have to believe and know that everything happens for a reason and from each circumstance comes a lesson to be learned.

So I will dry my tears, release my tensed shoulders, and breathe. Knowing that with, in, and through You there is a solution— and this lesson will be well-learned and short-lived.

When doubt creeps in, please release me from the bandage of fear. Help me to refocus on You. Help me to lean on You. I thank You Father for what You have already done, what You’re currently doing, and what You will do for me. Amen.

Lovingly,

Natasha

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