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Several Days Have Passed

It has been several days since I thought about what I wanted to do about several things that are going on in my life. We have situations that come up and we try to sort things out which we feel is the best for us and our families. We make mistakes and sometimes we screw things up. What can we do?

The first thing I feel needs to be done is to pray and ask God for direction. We many times jump head on in what we are doing and sometimes we don’t consider what is right and wrong. We take time to consult God in the matter we might get a clearer picture as to what we should do.

I have personally gone through some difficult things over the past few months and I have asked for your prayers and many of you indicated that you would hold me up in your prayers. For that I am thankful.

I have found that if I stop and listen for the voice of God I can hear His small still voice and His answer is always sure and right. If you are going through a difficult time you must pause and allow Him to speak to you before you make severe mistakes.

I can guarantee you if you listen to Him you will get a clear answer. If you have any questions as to if you are making the right decision pause for a moment. If God has given you clear direction then move forward.

I always think it is good to pause a few days before making a major decision and making sure I am sure that I have my bearing. I am sure you understand what I am saying.

For each of my blog readers I don’t know your exact situation but God does and He will direct you just listen to His voice.

Thanks for taking time to read my post today and I will be praying for you. Thanks for your prayers for me.


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