Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 9.11.15

Scripture
I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.

John 10:10 NIV

Pray
I know that You have given me more than enough Father, more than I’ve earned, and more than I truly know. I will forever be grateful. Amen.

Reflection
God truly has given us more than enough. Each and every one of us have received far more than what we have earned, more than we deserve. Do you trust that God will always provide?

This week has been rough for me. From one extreme to the next, I have faced my own personal storm, that hasn’t stopped. In the eye of the storm is the calmest point, and I look forward to the moment when I get there. I know I will. I also know that after the storm I will see the most amazing rainbow—big, bright, and beautiful. I know that God will guide me through the storm. I know that God will protect me.

My faith will not waver.

Questions of the Day
1. What would you like to add to today’s message?

 

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Love always,

Natasha

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer and Reflection for 2.29.12

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full”

John 10:10

Pray
Father thank You for showing me that I have all I need in and through You, and that Jesus is the guide to You. Any other source of supposed positive abundance is a fraud. Love, life, light, grace, freedom, respect, dignity, care, protection, and wealth can only come from You Lord.

Turn away my enemy, both perceived and actual. Shut down all attempts by others to deceive and harm me. Weaken those who would scheme to destroy what I’m working to build in Your name.

Strengthen me Lord so that I can rise each day and give glory and honor to You in my testimony to Your children. Help me to see in all ways where I can be of help to others. Help me to always see and discern the truth. To You I give the glory. Amen.

Reflection
Ask God to equip you for life’s battles. Ask God to protect you from all enemies. Ask God to allow you to see the magnitude of your relationship with Him, and the abilities He has blessed you with to uplift yourself and others in greatness while also overcoming fear, temptation, and evil.

Learn to see yourself as God sees you, then you will act and live accordingly.

Loving you always,

Natasha

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