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The Finger Prints of God are there in your life, do you see them? His fingerprints gently design your circumstances to open a closed mind to new things, new thoughts, His ways. It's those storms we face that bring us to the very place He waits to meet with us, "In Our Quietest Moments". Grab a cup of hot steamy coffee and come read as I write...
I am a new writer to Veronica Schultz's Blog and will be posting from time to time. Just so that you know, I am her Son and I hope you enjoy my postings.
Many of us have wished we can turn back the time and redo what has been done. But I have learned that living with regrets keeps our focus on the past, not allowing God to show us the present. There are new lessons, new discoveries and many more blessings just waiting for us as we walk with God. Don’t run ahead now, you might trip and fall. Travel with me as I share my life and my revelations.
You should know…
that there is no such thing as a hopeless situation with Papa God. He is the Lord God Almighty… Jehovah Jirah… the God of all sufficiency… exceedingly, abundantly above all that we could ask or think….
He is always on time!
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Monthly Archives: August 2010
“Who Touched me?” was the question Jesus asked when an ill woman, a nobody, reached out for help. Luke 8:45. He felt His Power leave Him. Jesus was pressed and jostled by the crowds around Him yet He was aware of that … Continue reading
Last night‘s dinner at the Diner with my Hubby, daughter and her son, was the most uncomfortable time I’ve had in a very long while. I didn’t understand the feelings of uneasiness. I looked over at my daughter who had … Continue reading