Breaking Bread for 10.3.19

Scripture

For with God nothing shall be impossible.

– Luke 1:37 KJV

Reflection

How will our lives change when we stop believing in “can’t” and “impossible”, start believing “Yes He can!” and start walking as though God has already taken care of all that we want and need? Imagine that.

Continue having an awesome day and see how your day shifts when you begin reimagining your life in the full color of endless possibilities, rather than the gray areas of “can’t” and “impossible”.

Prayer

Father, as I work hard each day I remind myself that all things are possible through You. Even when I lack sleep I know that You will give me the energy I need to press on. When I am hungry You always provide food. When I feel weak, You give me strength.

I pray for my eyes to always remain open to the fact that anything can be achieved and gained when I put my faith in You. I can watch my dreams come true during my lifetime. I can have the things that I’ve yearned for all of my life. I can embrace the things I’ve worked hard to achieve. “Impossible” and “can’t” are not in Your vocabulary, and I want to remove them from mine.

Love always,

Natasha

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Natasha’s Daily Scripture, Prayer, and Reflection for 10.3.12

For with God nothing shall be impossible.
Luke 1:37 KJV

Pray
Father as I work hard each day I remind myself that all things are possible through You. Even when I lack sleep I know that You will give me the energy I need to press on. When I am hungry You always provide food. When I feel weak, You give me strength.

I pray for my eyes to always remain open to the fact that anything can be achieved and gained when I put my faith in You. I can watch my dreams come true during my lifetime. I can have the things that I’ve yearned for all of my life. I can embrace the things I’ve worked hard to achieve. “Impossible” and “can’t” are not in Your vocabulary, and I want to remove them from mine.

Reflection
How will our lives change when we stop believing in “can’t” and “impossible”, start believing “Yes He can!” and start walking as though God has already taken care of all that we want and need? Imagine that.

Continue having an awesome day and see how your day shifts when you begin reimagining your life in the full color of endless possibilities, rather than the gray areas of “can’t” and “impossible”.

Happy birthday to my friend and a member of my family, Mara. Pushing past “impossible” is the reason she still looks like she’s in her 20s! I hope to look as good as you when I get there!

Love always,

Natasha

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