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Leave the measuring to the ruler!

It’s going to be hard to fulfill God’s purpose in your life if you are always measuring yourself, and your purpose to that of other people. Sometimes I feel so inadequate, especially when I start to measure myself to others. I find myself asking and questioning God; Lord, Can I really do this? Do I really have what it takes?  Look at this person and that person, they are so disciplined. I can’t even discipline myself about what to eat, how can I do this? At that moment, anxiety and fear set in and everything starts to spiral downhill.  Thoughts of giving up rush through my mind and I start to doubt myself. Oh, how the devil loves when we are in this place. It gives him an avenue to pile on more lies that discourage me even more. But God is so good, He does not leave me to fend for myself. He steps in and reminds me that I am chosen for this task and to “cast my cares onto Him”. (1 Peter. 5.17)

Everyone has a divine assignment on earth. There is a particular reason we have all been created, and it’s to fulfill a specific purpose.  However, when we focus on the lives of other people, measuring our gifts and talents to them, we risk leaving our place of purpose empty and unattended to.  No one can fulfill your purpose but you!

Someone else may be doing the same thing you are called to do but will not do it the way you have been called to do it. For instance, we are all called to preach the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ. However, the way in which we go about accomplishing the task is different. So, if you are measuring yourself to another person, saying they are doing better than you ever could, then you are limiting yourself and the God who has called you. The bible tells us to look up to Jesus, who is the author and finisher of our faith. (Hebrews. 12.2) He is the One we need to keep our eyes on. We need to focus on Him to show us how to walk in our giftings and talents. Let’s stop trying to be like everyone else, striving to do things like they are doing it. Your life can not be measured by how other people live their lives. It can only be measured by how you live your life.

If you are not sure what your purpose is, pray and ask God to reveal it to you. If you seek Him with your whole heart, you will find Him. ( Matthew 7:7) He is ready to answer you and to show you what you have been created and put on this earth to do. No two people are the same, therefore their purposes and achievements are different. So, there is no need to measure yourself to anyone else. The world needs all of our contributions. Let’s stop the measuring and begin to operate in our gifting.

 

Until we meet again, keep the faith and remember Jesus loves you!

Your sister in Christ,

Nuku K.Nwajei

Make Today Count

 

When we lose a loved one or come close to death, we realize how fleeting life really is. The death of a loved one or a family member, especially an unexpected death, brings us face to face with the realization that death is imminent. This realization can be frightening especially if a person feels they have not had the opportunity to fully enjoy their life. Although this is a valid feeling, death does not care about how we feel. It’s going to happen, whether we like it or not. It does not negotiate with anyone.

Death reminds us that tomorrow is not promised. I’m not trying to be a Debbie downer, I’m just simply stating the facts. All we have been given is today! We spend our lives planning and preparing for the future in hopes that we will live long enough to enjoy it. There is nothing wrong with planning for the future, don’t get me wrong. In fact, it is a necessary part of life but should not be our primary focus. How we live out today should be our primary focus. After all, today is the only day we have control over. We cannot determine how tomorrow is going to be but we can decide to live today to the fullest as if it is our last.

Let’s decide to live in love, forgiving those that have hurt us and appreciating the opportunities we have to spend with our love ones. Let’s not take life for granted! Extend love to those around you, regardless of how they may have treated you. Let’s be kind to one another, striving to live in harmony. Let go of the bitterness and resentment, don’t allow it to ruin your life. You only get one life to live, so don’t allow certain situations to keep you from enjoying it.

Another thing to keep in mind, is what legacy will you leave behind for the children to inherit? I am not talking about material things. Although material things are good, there is more to life than that. Are you a person of an integrity? Can people rely on you? Are you trustworthy? How do you treat people? Are you a parent that talks and listens to their children or are you someone that barks orders at them all the time? Do you tell your loved ones you love and appreciate them?

These are the attributes of a person that really stick around long after they have left the earth. This also makes life joyful and exciting. Taking the time to enjoy the moment with family members and friends can lead to true fulfillment. All the successes in the world cannot bring that kind of joy.

It is my desire to live that kind of life. A life full of love and appreciation for people. To be an example to those around me, leading the way to a brighter future. I humbly ask you to join me in this pursuit. Let us make this world a better place by choosing to live one day at a time, lifting each other up in love.

Until we meet again, stay blessed and keep the faith!

Love,

Nuku Nwajei

 

Our children are our future! Read my latest blog on how parents ’actions can positively or negatively impact our children.

Don’t Cost Your Children Their Future!

Do not put your children’s future in jeopardy because of the decisions you choose to make or by your life-style. Do not live in a way that will cause your children to struggle later in their lives!

In the book of Exodus, Chapter eleven verses five, we read about Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, stubbornly refusing to let God’s people go. Pharaoh’s decision(s) did not only affect him and his people, it also affected his first-born son. He was so occupied with himself that he did not considered what would happen to the people around him. Due to his stubbornness and pride, he ended up losing his first-born son. The first-born son of pharaoh was very important because he would be the one to inherit the throne and continue the legacy of his father’s bloodline. However, his father’s selfishness lead to him not fulfilling his purpose as the next pharaoh of Egypt.

Reading this story got me thinking about how parents ’actions can positively or negatively impact their children. This story helps me evaluate myself as a parent. What are the things I’m doing that may be affecting my child’s future? Who are my friends? How am representing myself to my son? Am I mindful of my conversations and interaction. I believe as parents, these are the types of questions we should be asking ourselves to ensure we are providing a safe and solid foundations for our children to grow and thrive.

Our goals should be that our children become better than us. Prayerfully, they won’t have to fight the same battles we fought. Yes, there will be challenges they will face, but let’s give them a good foundation they can start from. We must position ourselves in such a way that we minimize or break off certain influences or behaviors that may impact them negatively. To do this, we are going to need God’s help. We need His wisdom, knowledge and understanding because if we are not careful we could make decisions that could be costly to our young ones. The effects of these decisions can carry on into their future. It could even affect the lives of our grand and great grand-children. God forbids!

We cannot live for ourselves anymore! We must put the well-being of our children above our own. It is a sacrifice we must make so that their lives can be better than ours. Now, this doesn’t mean we neglect our own needs but it means we are mindful of their present and future needs. Striving not to do things that are not beneficial for them. Growing up I heard “do as I say, not as I do”, and if I’m being completely honest, I have used that phrase myself, a lot, but that’s not how it works. We can’t live however we want and expect our children to make right decisions. It starts with us! We need to be their examples, because they are watching. Jesus came down to the earth and died for us to show us an example of love. He did not just tell us to love one another, he showed it. We are to do the same for our children. I pray, Father God, help us become parents that will help our children fulfill their God-given destinies, in Jesus name, amen.

Until next time, stay blessed and keep the faith!

 

Your sister in Christ,

Nuku K. Nwajei

The importance of godly friendships

There will come a time in your life when you will need someone to pray for you. There are times in our lives when we cannot pray for ourselves. Times when we cannot even open our mouths to utter the words in prayer, or our heart is not connected to the prayers we are praying. It is in these times when godly relationships are very important. We need to have people around us that we can confide in about the problems we are facing. It is important to have someone we can be honest with, and be able to let them know the areas in which we are struggling. It may be in finances, marriages, academics or in our minds. Whatever the problem (s) may be, it’s okay to say I feel lost, please pray for me. God made us as people that should rely on one another. Division was never His plan. He wants us to hold together and be unified. So, when we face difficult times or situations, we need the help of our brethren to carry us when we cannot carry ourselves.

Jesus, being our example, prays for us. In Luke 22:31-32, Jesus says “Simon, Simon, Satan has asked to sift all of you as wheat. But I have prayed for you, Simon, that your faith may not fail. And when you have turned back, strengthen your brothers.” I believe that the prayer Jesus prayed for Peter helped him when he went through the darkness of the realization that he had denied Jesus. Jesus knows that as humans we are weak and there will be times when we need to strengthen each other. That’s why the bible tells us, “do not forsake the gatherings of the saints.” Hebrew 10:25.

Recently, I have been feeling distracted and finding it difficult to focus on the important things of life. Reading my bible has been a struggle for me. If you know me, you will know I enjoy reading and studying the Word of God. However, lately when I read or pray my mind is not in it. I feel a disconnect in my spirit. I knew what I had to do (pray earnestly) but did not have the desire or the courage to do so. Losing one of my beloved aunts, along with other life challenges, really took a toll on me mentally. It’s been going on for a couple of weeks now and I have been trying to persevere. Thank God for His mercy and grace that has always kept me.

Knowing I couldn’t beat this alone, I reached out to my sisters in the faith and asked them to pray for me. I told them exactly what was going on so they will know how to direct their prayers. Without hesitation, they started praying. As they were praying, my spirit was being lifted. I started to repeat the prayers they were praying. It was like God was telling them the exact words I needed to hear. Everything I was feeling, even the feelings I did not tell them about, they prayed about those feelings. They prayed, I prayed, got on the prayer line and prayed some more. By the time all was said and done, my spirit was set on fire and I felt a weight lifted off my shoulders. I felt the desire to read and study again. I even wrote this blog that very day.

So, I say to you, please surround yourself with people that can build up your faith. Sometimes we don’t want people to know what we are going through because we are afraid of what they may think. However, there will come a time when you won’t care about what people think. All you will care about is seeking God’s face anyway you know how. Everybody goes through difficult times and it is a strategy of the devil to make us isolate ourselves from godly influence. His plan is that we will separate ourselves from other brethren in the faith. We cannot allow that to happen. We need each other! We need to encourage and lift each other up! Let us not allow pride or fear keep us separated from the body of Christ especially in times of trials.

We desperately need to surround ourselves with godly friendships. If you don’t already have these friendships, ask God to bring them into your life. Ask Him to surround you with godly friendships and to remove friendships that are not helping build you up.

Until next time, keep the faith and remember Jesus loves you!

Your sister in Christ,

Nuku K.Nwajei

Are you a people pleaser or a God pleaser

Lord, please show me anything I need to work on in my life. Do you ever pray this prayer? Well I do! Matter of fact, I pray these types of prayers quite a bit and God always shows me something to work on. To be honest, sometimes I don’t always like what He shows me, but I take what He shows me, and commit it back to Him, by asking the Holy Spirit to help me gain victory in that area.

So lately, He has shown me that I’m a people pleaser. He revealed to me that I care too much about what people think of me. And to be honest, this is something I have always struggled with, but I thought I had it under control until God showed me that I didn’t. So now is the time to accept it and allow the Holy Spirit to change it. In the past, I would seek attention from people, looking to them for acceptance but now I can see that I’m seeking approval. I can also tell that it’s affecting my obedience to God. When God tells me to do something (i.e. pray for someone), I find myself asking questions like, what will people say? Will they think I’m being too spiritual? I get so concerned with the opinions of people that sometimes my first reaction to God is not obedience, but of fear of what people will say.

However, God has revealed to me that there are some people in my life I will never be able to satisfy, no matter how hard I try. There will be people that won’t understand the vision God has put in my heart and there will be people that will dislike me because of the vision God has given me. This is just the way it’s going to be and there’s nothing I can do to change it. Though it may be painful, I must learn to wear people loosely and not worry so much about what they may say or think.

In one of my study times with the Lord, I was reading the book of Genesis when I came to the story of Abram who would later be named Abraham. One thing I realized about Abram was when God called him and told him to leave his native land and move to an unknown land, he did not complain about what he was leaving behind. In fact, the bible says, “so Abram departed”. Genesis 12:4. Meaning, after God instructed him to leave, he packed up his wife and nephew and left, not knowing where he was going. Now, that’s faith! Abram’s actions said, Lord, I don’t know how, when, or where but I will trust You. All he had was a promise from God, and his faith that if God gave him a promise that promise will surely come to manifestation.

The question is, how many people, myself included, would have missed out on their promise because they are too worried about what people may say or think? I don’t want to miss out on God because I am so focused on people, and their opinions. Seeking the approval of others can be a hindrance to one’s life. Let’s use King Saul as example in 1 Samuel 15. God commanded King Saul to go to war with the Amalekites and to kill everyone including their livestock. However, Saul did not do exactly what God commanded him to do. Instead, he killed everyone accept the Amalekite King. When the prophet Samuel confronted Saul about his actions, Saul said “yes I have sinned. I have disobeyed your instructions and the LORD’s command, for I was afraid of the people and did what they demanded.” 1 Samuel 15: 24-25. You can read the whole account in 1 Samuel 15.

The sparing of the Amalekite’s king caused King Saul to lose his kingdom to David. He feared the people more than Almighty God, the One who called him to be king in the first place. Now, I’m not mocking King Saul because I know this can happen to anyone. People can be very demanding about what they think is best for you and if care is not taken it can lead to serious trouble.

When I read accounts of people in the bible, I tend to put myself in their shoes. I want to do what God has called me to do. I do not want hidden weaknesses to cause me to not fulfill my God given purpose on the earth. Therefore, I am always crying to God to show me things about myself that may be a hindrance to my growth. When He showed me the amount of control I have given people over my life, I started to seek His power to transform me.

I don’t know what you may be struggling with today, but I want you to know God can give you victory over it. Jesus died two thousand years ago, to give you victory in every area of your life. Your weaknesses do not have to control you. You can have victory over it through the help of the Holy Spirit. As for me, every day I am resting on the Holy Spirit to transform my thinking about how I see myself. Only God can value me. He’s the One that knows my true worth!

Until next time, be blessed and keep the faith!

Your sister in Christ,

Nuku Nwajei

Christ In You The Hope of Glory

“For it has pleased God to tell His people that the riches and glory of Christ are for you gentiles, too. For this is the secret, Christ lives in you, and this is your assurance that you will share in his glory. Colossians 1:27.” It pleased God to tell His people, the Jews, that the riches and glory of Christ are for you and I (gentiles). When the bible speaks of gentiles, it’s referring to anyone who accepts Jesus Christ as their Savior, but is not from a Jewish background. That person gets to share the inheritance and the blessings of the Jewish people because of Christ. All the riches and glory of Christ belongs to the children of God. As I read this scripture, the Lord brought to my remembrance the story of the Prodigal son. In that parable, the older brother is a representation of the Jewish people and the younger brother, the one not deserving of anything from the Father, represents the gentiles. The younger brother did not deserve to be welcomed and restored by the Father, but he was because the Father loved him. The Father accepted the son back as though he had never offended Him. As gentiles, we get to experience blessings and privileges that we never deserved or qualify for because of Jesus. As the scripture reads, “All the riches and glory in Christ, belongs to us because Christ lives in us.”

One thing I love about this scripture is the phrase “it pleased God”. God was not reluctant to make us “join heirs and co-heirs” with him and Christ. Romans 8:17. It pleased him to show us off to His chosen people. It pleases God to bless us, to heal us, and to deliver us. He is pleased when we call upon Him as His children. He loves and accepts us. However, we must have Jesus Christ as our Savior. The second part of the verse says “this is the secret, Christ lives in you, and this is your assurance that you will share in His glory”. Christ must live in you for you to share his riches and glory. So, if you have not accepted Christ, just pray this simple prayer. Jesus, I believe you are the Son of God, that you died on the cross to rescue me from sin and death and to restore me to the Father. I choose now to turn from my sins, and make You my Lord and Savior. Come reign in my heart, fill me with your love and your life, and help me to do the Father’s will, in Jesus name I pray. Amen. Once you have accepted Christ, the riches and glory He has are now yours. If you have made this life changing decision to follow Christ, I congratulate you! Find a bible believing church and let the Pastor know your decision to follow Christ.

So, what are these riches and glory Colossians 1:27 is speaking of? I believe it’s all the benefits a person receives when Jesus becomes their Lord. Such as, Salvation, victory over sin, good health, healing, favor, protection, provision, joy, peace, and prosperity in all you do that is of God. I believe the glory of Christ in this verse is our heavenly position. When we die, we will reign with Christ in heaven, enjoying the glory the Father has given Him. We will not have to suffer or endure hardship as we have on this earth. There will be no more sickness or death to worry about, just a gloried life with the Father and Jesus!

When I ponder about the goodness of God, it makes me love and appreciate Him much more. The fact that we weren’t deserving of his goodness, and He still gave it to us freely through Christ, makes my heart leap with joy! Our Father is good God! Glory be to his name, forever, Amen!

I pray that this 2018, we will always remember that God is not mad at us. He loves us and is pleased with us. He desires to have a relationship with us. All we must do is call upon Him!

Stay bless, keep the faith, and have a prosperous 2018!

Your sister in Christ,

Nuku Nwajei

Romans 5:8 God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.

 

Hey! Guess what? You are Loved!!!

It does not matter the circumstances surrounding your birth or the life decisions that you have made. I am here to let you know that God loves and cares a great deal about you. He loves you so much that He sent his only begotten Son, Jesus to die for you (John 3:16)!

You are God’s child and not a mistake. You were conceived in love! He has and will always love you no matter what you have done or will do in the future. He knows everything about you and still accepts you. Jeremiah 1:5 lets us know that God knew us before we were formed in our mother’s womb and ordained us for greatness. You have been chosen by God (Psalms 16:5-6).

Your earthly parents, family and friends may fail you, but God will never leave you nor fail you. You will never be alone, for He is always with you! Therefore, start believing and confessing what God’s Word says about you. It doesn’t matter what people say about you. They may call you a failure, but God says you are fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139:14). You are the apple of His eye (Zechariah 2:8). You are not a bastard or a loss cause. Jesus died and rose to set you free from the devil and from the expectations of this world.

You have been created in God’s image and given dominion. You have the power to change your life based on the words you choose to speak over yourself. One trick of the enemy is to get you to doubt God’s love for you. If the devil can get you to believe his lies, then he can keep you from fulfilling your purpose. However, “through Christ we are more than conquerors (Romans 8:31-39).” The devil’s evil plans will not succeed over your life in Jesus name.

Realizing that God loves you just the way you are, is freeing and liberating. Again, I say, do not worry about what people may say about you. All that matters is what God says about you! Throughout the Bible, He calls you righteous, gifted, anointed, forgiven, favored, loved, chosen, blessed and masterpiece. The list goes on and on. The point is, only God knows who you truly are. Don’t look at your past or failures, look up to Jesus. Be like the prodigal son and run home to your heavenly Father, He is waiting for you (Luke 15:11-32). Receive His love for you today and be all you were created to be!

 

Your sister in Christ,

Nuku K Nwajei

Learn to accept Correction

 

“For the Lord disciplines and corrects those whom He loves, And He punishes every son whom He receives and welcomes [to His heart].” (Hebrews 12:6, AMP)

Why is correction important?

Correction can bring growth and improvement to a person’s life. No matter the age of a person, there will always be a need for corrections. You can never outgrow corrections. Even God correct us so we can become better versions of ourselves.

There are different kinds of corrections. Corrections can come from God, our parents, our love ones, teachers, and law enforcement. No matter the source of the correction, we should accept it and learn from it. We should not be hard headed against being corrected. In Jeremiah 7:24, God said that the children of Israel refused to listen to Him. They chose to follow their own stubborn desires of their evil heart, and because of that stubbornness, they went backwards in life instead of moving forward. We do not want that to happen to us. God’s correction is good! It may not feel good in the beginning, but if you yield to it, it will develop your character for the better.

I know that corrections can be painful and embarrassing at times, but we must humble ourselves and allow it to take place. However, our pride hinders us from receiving it. We often have the attitude that says, who are you to tell me what to do? Nevertheless, we still need to be corrected. God has allowed people in our lives for this very purpose. They can see certain things about us that we cannot see ourselves. Therefore, if someone corrects you, do not become defensive. If you are not sure of the intention of the person doing the correcting, I suggest praying about it. Ask the Lord to reveal to you if this is an area He wants you to work on.

Once you get confirmation, ask the Holy Spirit to help you make the necessary change(s). Always remember corrections may take some time. Do not get discouraged! Take one step at a time and ask God for the grace to help you correct those things that need to be corrected in your life.

Pray this prayer: “Lord, please help me accept correction in Jesus name, Amen!

Until next time, stay blessed & keep the faith!

Your Sister in Christ,

Nuku K Nwajei

Are you walking in self-pity? Do you have a “woe is me” attitude? Are you always wanting people to feel sorry for you to get their attention? Do you exaggerate the issues going on in your life so people can feel sorry for you and pay attention to you? I know that I have. Recently, I have been guilty of a “woe is me” attitude. Along with severe heartburn, I have been dealing with several GI issues that have required me to take prescription medications to treat the problems. I even had an endoscopy procedure done to find out the cause of the problems. With everything I am experiencing, there is no denying the discomfort I feel. However, the Lord has shown me that throughout this journey I have been walking in self-pity and feeling sorry for myself. He has shown me that I have been seeking pity from those around me because I didn’t feel well.

The problem with self-pity is that it doesn’t stop with just one incident. The more a person allows oneself to walk in self-pity, the more one seeks it and runs the risk of becoming imprisoned by it. As a Christian, walking in self-pity is dangerous because it causes us to take our eyes off God to focus on others. When we do that, I believe we make people our god, instead of our Heavenly Father. It can hinder our ability to exercise our faith in God. It is not wise to seek attention from people because one day they might give you the attention you want and the next day they may not. Only God can give us true gratification! As for me, I realized I had stop putting my illness into God’s hands and I found that I was no longer seeking Him for healing.

One morning while walking, the Lord instructed me to write a blog about self-pity and how I have allowed it to affect me. To be honest, I really did not want to write about this issue. I did not want to face the fact that I have been using self-pity to get attention from those around me. However, I know to be free from this, I must face it. Healing process begins when we face our issues head on and allow God to work on it with us. After reflecting on my own behavior, I have realized that other people may be struggling with this issue as well. Hopefully, by writing this blog healing can began to take place in the lives of those who read it.

Sincerely speaking, I have always been an attention seeker. In fact, in the past, it has lead me into a lot of pain. However, the good news is, through Christ, I am learning how to seek attention from God instead of others. I do not want any behavior in my life that will cause me to stop looking up to Jesus. When it comes to my GI issues, the pain and discomfort I’m having is undeniable, but that is no excuse to sit around feeling sorry for myself. I often tell my son that just because a person is a child of God does not exempt them from trials in life. Life is just life. We live in a fallen world and bad things happen to good people. Sickness and disease are a part of the world we live in. But thank God, “Jesus has overcome the world. All the trials and tribulations will not overcome God’s people.” (John 16:33). So, no matter how difficult of a situation we may face in life, we have everything we need, as children of God, to overcome it.

We need to focus on God and not people. Our focus should always be placed on Jesus because He is the only one who can get us through our tough times. I’m not saying we shouldn’t enjoy attention given to us by others, but we should be aware of our motives. We have a problem if we find ourselves seeking others attention and approval more than God’s. God can give us all the attention we need. In fact, as his children, we already have his approval. He loves us very much!

If you are in a situation where you feel like no one pays attention to you and you are feeling left out, let me encourage you to turn to Jesus. Deuteronomy 31:6 tells us that “God will never leave us or nor forsake us”. When other people leave us, and turn their backs on us, we shouldn’t worry or walk in self-pity. God is always with us.

I know that I will never completely overcome self-pity, but exposing it as a weakness in my life is allowing God to transform me. I pray that anyone dealing with this type of weakness or any other weakness, will commit it into the hands of our great Physician, Jehovah Rapha. He is our healer! (Exodus 15:6). Let him heal you and set you free so you can live in freedom in Jesus name, Amen.

 

Stay blessed and keep the faith!

Nuku Nwajei

God is my Source: Part 2

The Ultimate Provision

Jesus Christ is the ultimate provision. Through Jesus, God has provided all that we could ever need. When Christ died and rose from the dead, life was made available for all. So in this life, God has provided everything a person could ever need; salvation, protection, provision, healing and all his promises and blessings. God loves his children and desires a relationship with them, which is why he sent his Son, Jesus Christ. As children of God, the most important thing we should desire is to have a relationship with him too. Our relationship with the Father should be based on love and appreciation for all he does for us. He is a good Father that loves taking care of his children and providing what they need. Because of Jesus Christ, we have an open invitation to ask from the Father whatever we need and if it’s in God’s plan for our lives, we can be confident that we will receive it. Psalms 84:11 tells us “No good thing will he withhold from us if we live uprightly.” There are countless scriptures in the word of God that let us know that we can ask from God our heart’s desire and he will answer us. But what happens if we have been asking God for something and he doesn’t answer us? What do we do then? I urge us to be mindful that even if God does not answer any of our prayers, at least he has given us the ultimate provision through Jesus Christ, which is far greater than any earthly blessings he could have given us. We must always ask God for the grace to keep Jesus Christ as the Lord of our lives above all things. God tells us in his Word not to worry about what we will eat or wear, instead we are to seek his kingdom and live righteously. He will provide all that we need. (Matthew 6:31-33). Putting God’s will above ours enables us to trust in his plan for our lives. This way when things do not go in the way we hoped that they would, we won’t lose faith in him. We will know that whatever the outcome is, God is good and he is working all things out for our good. (Romans 8:28). God has made an ultimate provision plan through Christ and it’s available to all. All we need to do is accept him by faith and allow him to become the Savior and Lord of our lives. This way no matter what we go through, we know that God is there for us. No matter how difficult things may appear on this earth, we will have a hope that one day it will all be over and we will reign with Christ forever. My prayer is that everyone that reads this blog will grab ahold of God’s ultimate provision plan in Jesus name, amen.