Lack of Nothing

God can be more than enough if you let him. David explains in Psalms 23 how God can be anything you want and need him to be in each situation.

First God is a shepherd. As such, he’s responsible for your well being and David knew that because he was a shepherd himself. A shepherd will go through fire to get back his sheep, and he will do anything to keep the sheep safe. In a shepherd you find all types of characteristics because he leads, he provides, he guides, he protects, he feeds, he heals, he comforts. He has it all. Turn to the Lord whenever you feel you need him; you won’t lack a thing. In Ephesians 3:20-21, it says “now to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all we ask or think.” Also in Psalms 34:10, it says “those who seek the Lord lack no good thing.

You already have everything because you got the Lord. You lack nothing so use what you have which is the Lord. He will supply all of your needs.

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I’m Hadassa Paylor, a believer, a wife, and the founder of “Your Morning Word” blog. I’m Haitian and I live in New York. I was always felt inspired to write and help others out in my writing. On this blog you’ll find a lot of spiritual, social ideas, advice, and a lot more things to help you grow closer to God. Join me in this journey for “Your Morning Word”.

YOU MOVE, YOU LOSE

Let’s God fight your battles, it belongs to him. Sometimes we think we can change our situation on our own without bringing him into it. Stop letting the flesh get in the way, just trust God on his unseen and unstoppable work on your behalf.

God works on behalf of those who waits on him and be still (Exodus 14:14). As we await he works all things together for our good according to Romans 8:28. God plans to use the waiting room (be still room) in our life for our blessings. We do need to be patient in the process of waiting and be still. The Israelites had waited and been still for over 400 years in Egypt, and then God decided it was time to restore the years that they had lost. Also you have to trust the process because it’s in God’s hands; trust him cause he won’t let you down no matter how long it takes. Keep trusting him, don’t remove your eyes from him, don’t be shaken or moved, because if you move, you lose. Peter lost his faith, and removed his eyes from the Lord (Matthew 14:29-31) in his situation while walking toward Jesus on the water, then he starts sinking. God is a master on fighting battles, he is a mighty warrior; Jehovah is his name. In Exodus 14:13 it says for the Egyptians whom you have seen today, you shall see them no more for ever. When he fights your battle you can never be put to shame, because he’s too faithful.

The goodness and faithfulness of God remains the same; he can fight your battles just like he did for Israel. Your battles could be a situation that you lost your job, sickness, a need of a car, problems with the children, your marriage, or even someone the devil sent to bother you along the way somehow. Give them all to Christ, and he promised to restore to you the years that the swarming locust has eaten (Joel 2:25). Trust him and be still let him do it; you move, you lose. May Jehovah grant you victory over negativity that seek to steal your joy.

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I’m Hadassa Paylor, a believer, a wife, and the founder of “Your Morning Word” blog. I’m Haitian and I live in New York. I was always felt inspired to write and help others out in my writing. On this blog you’ll find a lot of spiritual, social ideas, advice, and a lot more things to help you grow closer to God. Join me in this journey for “Your Morning Word”.

Meet with Jesus in the Morning

How do you want your day to look like? It all depends on your first move in the morning. If your first move is grabbing your phone or making your cup of coffee, then you just made a bad move in your day.

Spending time with God should be the most important thing in your day but early in the morning before the devil grabs anything from your thoughts. Mark 1:35 says that very early in the morning while it was still dark, Jesus got up, left the house, and went off to a solitary place where he prayed. If Jesus did it, then so could we. He knew the importance of praying early in the morning. When I was growing up, this was a priority in the morning and at night. I couldn’t fully understand it much when I was younger, but now I realize that the communion with Jesus being the first thing in the morning prepares your day. Give the Lord your first fruits of your day out of all other priorities you may have, and then you’ll find your day starting with full enthusiasm and in a better spirit.

You need quality time with God first thing in the morning. Don’t try to push it back because you’ll realize that you gone so many days without speaking with your Lord or reading his Word. Just prioritize your soul and everything comes after. He restores your soul every morning; you will see things differently and clearly. There will be less room to consume ungodly things. May the Lord show you a way to start with him every morning in devotion.

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I’m Hadassa Paylor, a believer, a wife, and the founder of “Your Morning Word” blog. I’m Haitian and I live in New York. I was always felt inspired to write and help others out in my writing. On this blog you’ll find a lot of spiritual, social ideas, advice, and a lot more things to help you grow closer to God. Join me in this journey for “Your Morning Word”.

A Grateful Heart

Anyone can be grateful but not everyone like being grateful. Just because some people feel like the creator owes the creation something there’s no need to be grateful. What you don’t know is being grateful is more beneficial for the creation or the receiver then the creator or the provider.

Being grateful is an act of a will, also a warm feeling towards God or the giver. Being grateful is like eating healthy because there’s plenty of benefits in eating healthy. Research confirms that gratitude increases happiness and reduces depression. Also, gratitude grows your faith because being grateful makes you believe more and more that God can still and will do more. The Bible says give thanks to the Lord in all circumstances for it is the will of God for you. Thanksgiving is not just a holiday, it is a lifestyle. In Psalms 100:4-5 it says enter his gates with thanksgiving, into his courts with praise, give thanks to him and praise his name; for the Lord is good and his love endures forever; his faithfulness continues through all generations. Another reason to be grateful is that God is good and is faithful towards us, and our family and friends. Being thankful for the cross alone is a big thing because who else would have taken our place on that cross knowing that they were going to suffer like Jesus, the Son of God. He sent his one and only son to die for our sins so that we could get eternal life. Instead of complaining so many times for certain things that didn’t work out the way we wanted, better start thanking God for yesterday’s gifts.

Who wants to be grateful this morning? Each day we live is a gift from God. Even if you haven’t been grateful before, he can forgive you and you can start over with him. According to 2 Corinthians 4:15, being grateful is for our own good. It says, all this is for your benefit so that the grace that is reaching more and more, he may cause thanksgiving to overflow to the glory of God. I’ll challenge you to be more grateful then you’ll see how much your daily life will change. May the Good Lord give you more grace to be grateful in everyday little things even in the ones you seem not to understand.

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