Unspeakable Joy Devotional

1.8 Twenty19


“I sought the Lord, and he answered me; he delivered me from all my fears”. Psalm 34:4

A little over a year ago, we rescued a young dog that came to our house.  It was a day before Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast.  We named him Harvey.  There are many times in our lives that we need to be rescued.  Just like Harvey we find ourselves feeling lonely and abandoned.  God tells us to not be afraid because He will never leave us.  If you are feeling lonely, forgotten, scared, abandoned or simply afraid, know that God never leaves you.  Daniel 6:27 “He rescues and he saves; he performs signs and wonders in the heavens and on the earth.  He has rescued Daniel from the power of the lions”.  Daniel had made up his mind that he would do what he needed to and under no circumstances would he compromise on his faith in God.  He was lowered into a den of hungry lions.  And the king said to Daniel 6:16 “…May your God, whom you serve continually, rescue you!”  The light of God was bright in the darkness and the mouths of the lions were shut.  A situation meant for destruction was rescued and turned into a time of communion with God.  Many saw and heard of God because of Daniel’s decision to follow God regardless of the cost.

God’s plan for your life far exceed the circumstances of your day.

“I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you”.  Isaiah 46:4

Fill in the blank.  I have faith in You God, that you can rescue me from _________ today.

Continue to journal your Praises, Thankfulness and Prayers to God and see how He works in your life!

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